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Module 2: Organizational Behavior and Management Professor Cristina Banks [email protected] Office Hours: Monday 2-4 @ F526
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Organizational Structure and Leadership 1. How to Structure the Organization. 2. The Chain of Command 3. Specialization & Departmentalization 4. Decision-Making 5. Leadership
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How to Structure the Organization Depends on purpose, mission, strategy, competition, size, stage of maturity. Match: what makes it easy to get the results you want. Change structure as needs and conditions change.
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What structure would you need to successfully run an ice cream company?
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What structure would you need to successfully run an ice cream company? Stores Ice cream making Ice cream distribution Securing supplies to make the ice cream Hiring and managing the people Getting customers into the stores Keeping track of the money
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Example: Ben & Jerry’s Started 1978-took correspondence course on ice cream making from Penn State
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