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AST-SEPT03-GM-SES-3

AST-SEPT03-GM-SES-3 - General Management...

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General Management MSP-AST September 2003  MSP-AST September 2003  Batch Batch Organization Designs Organization Designs
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ERP/GM – Pankaj Roy Gupta Session Objectives   Understand the role of strategic and environmental  factors in the development and adoption of contemporary  organization designs Understand the role of technology in organization design Understand  the impact of two basic information  processing factors in the use of four design strategies To know the features of three contemporary organization  designs
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ERP/GM – Pankaj Roy Gupta Key Factors in Contemporary Organization Design Technology Factors Strategic and Environmental Factors Information Processing Factors Contemporary Designs Matrix Organization Network Organization Virtual Organization
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ERP/GM – Pankaj Roy Gupta Characteristics of Organic Structure An Organic organic organization encourages managers  and subordinates to work together in teams and to  communicate openly with each other. Tasks tend to be interdependent Tasks are continually adjusted and redefined through interaction  and as situations change Generalized roles are accepted Network  structure of control, authority, and communication Communication and decision making are both vertical and  horizontal depending on where needed information and  expertise reside Communication emphasizes the forms of mutual influence and  advice among all levels
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ERP/GM – Pankaj Roy Gupta Characteristics of Mechanistic Structure A mechanistic organization is one in which management  breaks activities into separate, highly specialized tasks, 
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