(1) The huge resources and economies of scale associated with large organizations are needed for many organizations to compete globally. Large organizations also have the resources to offer support in times of social and economic difficulty. They are also able to provide employees with a sense of security and belonging during uncertain times by resuming business more quickly following a disaster. Large companies are standardized, complex and often mechanistic. The organizational complexity provides for hundreds of functional specialties within the organization to perform multifaceted tasks and to produce varied and complicated products. Once established, large organizations can be a presence that stabilizes a market for years. The organization can provide longevity, raises and promotions. Small organizations can also succeed in a global economy by demonstrating responsiveness and flexibility in a fast-changing market. Quick reactivity to customer needs or shifting
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