Org. Structure Part

Org. Structure Part - III. Organizational Structure: A....

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III. Organizational Structure: A. Identify/Define Problem: 1. Organizational structure – the division of labor as well as the patterns of coordination, communication, workflow, and formal power that direct organizational activities. a. The organizational structure, according to the case, is designed in a very simple way. The structure is as follows: Nassan, Wale, and Soo, followed by all of the branch managers. As for the Secretary, King, he falls under Nassan and Wale. This type of structure work well for the organization as far as reporting purpose for upper management; however, the issue is that there is information overloaded in Soo’s area because he has twelve different managers reporting to him with necessary information, this is known as span of control. This makes it difficult for important information to flow through to Nassan and Wale. The design needs to be enhanced to have better flow of information to the top where the most conflict occurs. This is due to a very centralized structure. b. In addition, Nassan and Wale have conflict due to differentiation and
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