What is the difference between Management and Administration?


Management and Administration are the two words which look like synonyms to each other. But actually, they are different. The “management” is an art of getting work done by managing the people. Management usually represents the employees who work for remuneration. And it is concerned with execution and supervising the activities of an organisation.

Whereas “administration” is the top-level decision-making body in an organisational structure, deals with the formulation of policies. It usually represents the owners or board of directors who formulate the plans and allocate the resources. Thus, the “management” executes or implements the policies devised by the “administration”.

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