Managing Organizational Structure - nov 18

Managing Organizational Structure - nov 18 - Managing...

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Managing Organizational Structure Organizing -How to use existing resources to implement the plan -Arranging jobs to create an efficient task system within the firm Principles of Organizing -Principle of Objectives -Specialization -Coordination -Authority -Responsibility -Definition - Parity of Authority and Responsibility -Span of Management -Balance -Continuity – homeostasis Types of Departments -Functions (mktg., finance, acctg., hrm.) -Product (chev., Pontiac, buick) -Geography (East, West, North, South) -Customer (univ, Hospital, Security) Organizational Culture and Change Organizational Culture -Collection of values, norms, and behaviour shared by workers -Controls the way worker interacted with each other Levels of Culture 2 levels 1. Visible -see culture through its artifacts; what you see, hear and feel when you are within an organization 2. Invisible level of culture - the values, beliefs, and assumptions that make up the organizational culture Creating and sustaining Culture -Culture is created and sustained in three ways. 1. Hiring
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