E & J's Clothing Company Structure_Erica Sturdavant

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1 Erica Sturdavant BUS210 Feburary 20, 2011 Walter Hoo
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2 E & J’s Clothing Company is a company that is built up of many different areas of employment ranging from owners/managers, marketing and product development, operations and materials management, finance, accounting, human resources and right down to the sales floor employees. The employees that will be working on the sales floor are broken down into a more diverse group. For example, certain sales floor employees will be concentrating on the cashiering aspect of the floor, while the other sales floor employees will be assisting the consumer in finding the clothing garment they are looking for. For E & J’s Clothing Company to operate successfully it needs to incorporate three main ingredients which are its organizational structure, business model, and culture within the company. Without these three components being implemented and used correctly the company will surely fail. The organizational structure that would best suit this company would be in the divisional structure group category and it is the functional structure. The functional structure groups people together based on their expertise or type of activity they do, typically into departments. (Jones, 2007 Page 243) This enables the employees to be aware of their specific functions within the
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2011 for the course BUS 210 taught by Professor Scottrought during the Spring '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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