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Unformatted text preview: 19 th Feb. 2011 Module 1, DB 1 Re: Organizational Structure Definition: Organizational structure states the authoritative hierarchy and is the framework by which job tasks are divided, grouped, and coordinated. Satterlee, A. (2009). Organizational Management and Leadership: A Christian Perspective . Roanoke, VA: Synergistic, Inc. Summary: Roy Payne, Diana Pheysey, and D.S. Pugh of the Industrial Administration Research unit of the University of Aston in Birmingham conducted an investigation into two businesses for their structures of organization. ( Payne, Pheysey, and Pugh) They quantified the results in a fashion where they were able to compare both of the companies. They divide the focus into the organization structure, organization climate, and group structure for the study. ( Payne, Pheysey, and Pugh) The study consisted of all levels of the management and included surveys from employees. The effects of the organization structure from the managers and employees from employees....
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