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BUS 40.3 Chapter 2 - Copy

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Objectives l Compare and contrast different types of organizational structures l Understand the concept of work flow analysis l Compare and contrast motivation theories l Compare and contrast job design approaches l Analyze the job analysis process l Analyze how to design the employment structure l Describe different work arrangements
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Organizational Structure l Bureaucratic structure l Flat structure l Boundaryless structure l (Textbook – pp. 46-49)
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Work Flow Analysis l Work flow l Work flow analysis l Business process reengineering l (Textbook – pp. 49-51)
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Skill-Building Activity l In a 600-bed hospital, patient care is provided primarily by functionally organized individuals: physicians, nurses, and different specialists (for instance taking blood samples and X-rays). The hospital is organized around numerous, small, clinically focused care units and large centrally dispatched services (physical therapists, transporters…)This hospital has 80 department
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