A management problem is not solved if immediate results are achieved by endangering the long-range organizational health, perhaps even its survival. Efforts to reorganize items can lead to time saved as well. Fig 1 Important tasks of the organizational management. Capital is required to be invested and is to be serviced. This is similar to the carrying out of the vulnerability analysis. The time dimension provides the managerial decision with its special characteristics. It can justify its existence and its authority only by the economic results it produces. There are two reasons why the time dimension is having the specific importance in the management job and also having certain difficulty. Management has to consider always both the present and the future. These three tasks are required to be done always at the same time and within the same managerial action. The other comes from grants or contracts, investments, earned interest, sales of products, fees for service. are possible. His main strength is comprehensive knowledge of human behavior. Co-ordination of Different Factors. The first administrative job of the management is, hence, to make effective the very small core of worthwhile activities which is capable of being effective. It exists to supply goods and services to customers, rather than to supply jobs to workers and managers, or even dividends to the stockholders. But the optimizing approach is to focus on effectiveness and effectiveness focuses on opportunities to produce revenue, to create markets, and to change the economic characteristics of existing products and markets. Contractual relationship: For the establishment of the contractual relationship between the concerned parties in the organization, organization development can play a significant role. No doubt, the organizational performance has higher importance since it is the goal of the organization and the reason for its existence. And this, whatever the economic or political structure or ideology of the society, means responsibility towards profitability. Hence, management of the social impacts is now becoming a third major task and a third major dimension of the management. It has to weigh the effect of its actions both in the short run as well as in the long run. The second peculiar characteristic of the time dimension is that management (almost alone) has to live always in both present and future. It has also to make the organization capable of performance, growth, and change in the future. Hence, there is always tension between two realities consisting of the performance and the work. But these will increase the volume only. The second task of management – it is to make the work in the organization productive and the workforce achieving which means to make it efficient and effective for the achievement of the results. They are part of the community in which they function. People become conscious of their responsibilities in the future for the organization and society. Whether it’s for health, education, or simple arts and humanities, they are by the people for the people. No amount of efficiency can enable the manufacturer of an obsolete product to survive. Present day organization exists to contribute outside of itself, to supply and satisfy the people who are not part of the organization. Around 120 years to 150 years ago, an inventor needed around two to three years between the start of laboratory work on an idea and the start of pilot-plant operations. The management is always required to administer. Though it is by no means the only task to be discharged by the management in society, it is a priority task, because all other tasks depend on the surplus of economic resources, i.e., profits and other savings, which only successful economic performance can produce. Even the oldest organizations are creations of recent centuries. This presents an example of irresponsible managerial action and of failure to balance the present and the future. Making the organization of tomorrow cannot be a flash out of brilliance.