INDIRECT MANAGEMENT CONTROL
Like direct control it motivates the manager to modify his action to achieve better result. It involves tracing the cause of an unsatisfactory result hack to the person responsible for it, and gets him to correct his behavior and improve his decision making quality.
Quantitative controls like sales, expenditure, cost can easily he developed, applied, and rechecked. But qualitative controls like morale, ambition, productivity, and loyalty cannot he easily developed and used. For this purpose two types of indirect controls are applied:
1. Organizational Conditioning
It is the process of uniting the whole team that stands for the accomplishment of organization’s goals and methodology.
2. Managerial Molding
It refers to developing and shaping managers creative and initiative skills and qualities. Managerial molding is socialization of managers.