MGNT110 Lecture 12 - MGNT110 Lecture 12 Organisational...

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MGNT110 Lecture 12 Organisational design (textbook) Key concepts Organisational Design It is both the (rational) plan/ model for an organization’s structure and way of operating and the process of achieving this - structure /hierarchy char - policies Work design It is both the (rational) plan/ model for how work is to be completed and the processes of achieving this – - Procedures - job descriptions
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Universal contingencies Environment – predictable – unpredictable Technology – Routine – non-routine Size – Big - Small Additional factors affecting organisational structural design Mechanistic vs organic forms
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Burns and Stalkers structures Functional and divisional structures Functional Structural
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Key points - bureaucracy- baseline - Contingency theory – environment technology and size - Mechanistic – organic forms - Organisational design – organisational stuctures - Hybrids Institutional theory A theory that proposes that organizations have the structures that they
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