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Agribusiness is the process of achieving desired results in agriculture sector with the given resources. A key to successful agribusiness management is accepting responsibility for leadership and making business decisions through the skillful application of management principles. Management of agribusiness is unique due to biological nature of production, the seasonality of food and agricultural markets, the significance of food to people, and the perishability of agricultural products. The management functions are implemented through the use of a variety of skills, principles and tools that help developing agribusiness manager’s knowledge and ability. To be successful, the agribusiness manager must be able to carry out the five tasks for each of the four basic functions of the agribusiness; that is, marketing and selling, production and operations, financial management and planning, and management of human resources. The management process is often divided into five tasks: planning, organizing, staffing, directing and controlling. Planning is determining a course of action to accomplish stated goals: organizing is fitting resources and people together in the most valuable way; staffing is the function of management committed to hiring, training, appraising, and benefiting employees; directing pertains to motivating and supervising people and controlling function monitors performance and makes adjustments if needed.

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Ahmadzyi, K. M. (2024). په افغانستان کې د کرنیزو کاروبارونو پیژندنه او اهمیت. ESRJ, 61(2), 85–96. Retrieved from