Organizational Structure of Metro

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Organizational Structure of Different color in the diagram describes different levels in the management structure of an  organization. Organizational Structure is the internal, formal framework of a business that  shows the way in which management is linked together and how authority is transmitted.  A   typical   business   structure   is   one   that   is   based   on   departmental   lines   and   these 
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departments are divided according to function of the type of work carried out that can be  illustrated by means of an organizational structure. The chart displays a number of important segments about the internal organization of the  business. It shows: Who is the decision-maker The formal relationships between different people and departments- Know how  of   the   supervisors   and   their   sub-ordinates.   It   describes   how   the   chain   of  command follows. Formal channels of communication both  vertical  and  horizontal - elaborates the  communication linkage with the right people, in an organization. The number of subordinates reporting to each more senior manager- Span of  control.       Metro, being one of the finest wholesale departmental stores among various other mega  marts like Hyperstar and Makro. Metro has been undoubtedly able to retain its excellent  service and great market share in a perfect competition, even through the dark periods of high  recession in Pakistan. Added to it, the right Implementation of 6 functions is a key to their  success. There 6functions are the tasks of the management in any organization and effective  works on these functions can really the management to help its goals. These include; Planning,  organizing, staffing (or recruitment), leading and Controlling. Planning  is considered to be soul of management functions, as it establishes a bridge to all the  tasks that the managers need to do. First of all, it involves defining; Goals  (Desired outcomes) Plans  (a strategy of how to achieve goals)
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This note was uploaded on 05/21/2011 for the course MARKETING 104 taught by Professor Fazli during the Spring '11 term at College of E&ME, NUST.

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