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management structure - Exam II[Unit 8 Defining...

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Exam II [Unit 8 – Defining Organizational Structure] - Organizing:  arranging and structuring work to accomplish the organization’s goal o Purposes of Organizing Divides work to be done into specific jobs and depts. Assigns tasks and responsibilities associated with individual jobs Coordinates divers organizational tasks Clusters jobs into units Establishes relationships among individuals, groups, and departments Establishes formal lines of authority Allocates and deploys organization resources - Organization structure:  the formal arrangement of jobs within an organization - Organizational design:  developing or changing an organization’s structure - Work Specialization o Work specialization:  dividing work activities into separate job tasks o Individual workers specialize - Departmentalization o Departmentalization:  the basis by which jobs are grouped together o Functional departmentalization:  group jobs by functions performed o Product departmentalization:  group jobs by product line  Avon [beauty, beauty plus, beyond beauty] o Geographical departmentalization:  grouping jobs on the basis of geographical region o
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  • Spring '07
  • Management, Organic organisation, organization Organizational design, structure Work Specialization, deploys organization resources, organizational tasks Clusters

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