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Organizational Structure Organizational Structure
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Basically who reports to who, creating the appropriate string. About implementing strategy effectively; only tool high level managers use to control workers.
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Lines of Business Geographic Breadth
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How many countries are you in? (the higher the number, the more complex) How complex are you as an organization and is it easy to transfer more people around? (i.e. GE can’t transfer a producer of light bulbs to jet engines)
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Customer Taste Differences Product Diversity
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How many product lines are there? (the higher the number, the more complex) Will everyone accept the product be as-is or does it need to be modified? (produce the same product for different places or drastically different products)
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1. Geographic breadth 2. Lines of business 3. Product diversity 4. Customer Specialized Skills
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taste differences 5. Specialized skills
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Is the job so complex that employees have a narrow expertise? (i.e. plasma engineer) Factors that influence organizational structure decisions:
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1. Multi- business global product division model 2. Multi- business geographic model 3. Multi- 1. Global functional model 2. Geographic model 3. Single matrix model
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business matrix model 4. Hybrid model
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International organizational structures: Multi-business international organizational structures:
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Corporate Headquarters Multi-Business Models
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Three simple organizational structure models made more complex. Always at the top of an organizational structure model (i.e. CEO and President, not Board of Directors).
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Global Functional Model Global Functional Model
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because it’s easy to move new ideas up. Creates a rapid transfer
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course GEB 3375H taught by Professor Robertsweo during the Spring '11 term at University of Central Florida.

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