Managment structures 220

Managment - Running head CHECK POINT MANAGMENT STRUCTURES 1 Check Point Management Structures Tiffanie Morrow HSM/220 March 18th 2011 Kevin Larry

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Unformatted text preview: Running head: CHECK POINT: MANAGMENT STRUCTURES 1 Check Point: Management Structures Tiffanie Morrow HSM/220 March 18th, 2011 Kevin Larry CHECK POINT: MANAGMENT STRUCTURES 2 Check Point: Management Structures You manage a counseling center that services victims of domestic abuse. Your organization is happy to have you on board and trusts your decisions. Due to an increase in demand for services in your area, your center will be increasing the number of employees by 100%. Your employer asks you to participate in an expansion plan. Your task is to research possible organizational structures that best suit the needs of your clients and your organization. Identify the advantages and disadvantages of each of the following organizational structures: Departmentalization, Matrix Organizations, the Project Team, and the Collegial Model. The Departmentalization structure works well for human service agencies. There are six different ways to departmentalize depending on the nature of the service provided, the population...
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2011 for the course HSM 220 taught by Professor Dr.brown during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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Managment - Running head CHECK POINT MANAGMENT STRUCTURES 1 Check Point Management Structures Tiffanie Morrow HSM/220 March 18th 2011 Kevin Larry

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