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Chapter 11: Strategic Leadership Chapter 7 © Oxford University Press Southern Africa, 2008. All rights reserved. ORGANISING
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Chapter 11: Strategic Leadership CHAPTER CONTENT Opening case: Edcon Introduction The importance of organising The fundamentals of organising Designing jobs Departmentalisation Authority relations Reporting relationships Coordination The informal organisation Factors that influence organising © Oxford University Press Southern Africa, 2008. All rights reserved.
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Chapter 11: Strategic Leadership THE IMPORTANCE OF ORGANISING Organising entails a detailed analysis of work to be done and resources to be used to accomplish the aims of the business. Organising divides the total workload into activities that can comfortably be performed by an individual or a group. Organising promotes the productive deployment and utilisation of resources. The development of an organisational structure results in a mechanism that coordinates the activities of the whole business into complete, uniform, harmonious units.
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Chapter 7 - Chapter 7 ORGANISING Oxford Chapter 11:...

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