SPTE 203 Organizational Structure, Positions, Working Conditions

SPTE 203 Organizational Structure, Positions, Working Conditions

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Organizational Structure There is no one right way to organize. Structure can vary depending on who owns the venue. Many positions may be shared with other divisions within the same parent organization.
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Why Organizational Structure Matters? Task Performance – How do things get accomplished? Information Management- Who knows what and who tells who what information? Communication Patterns – How do those who need to know find out?
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Why Organizational Structure Matters? (cont.) Reporting Relationships – Critical and complicated; the structure says something about the relative importance of various functions. Decision-making – At what level are key decisions made?
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Pearl Functions must be done regardless of structure or titles. There are many different job titles for the same jobs.
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Unformatted text preview: Examples: General Manager, Director, Executive Director Event Coordinator, Event Manager, Director of Event Services Key Job Areas Management/Administration/Human Resources Fiscal Management Operations/Maintenance/Engineering Marketing and Sales Booking and Scheduling Ticketing and Box Office Key Job Areas (cont.) Event Services (includes ancillary operations) Safety and Security Working Conditions Nature of the business Low % of usage Lack of control over product Elastic work force Part-timers; small full-time staff; contract labor; other governmental workers: unions Unusual hours Working Conditions (cont.) Governmental rules, regulations, and political reality Compensation Stress...
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