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Exam4 Study Guide - Chapter#13 1 What are the two...

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Chapter #13 1. What are the two fundamental requirements of all organizational structures? 386 to 7 2. When work is divided do you need coordination and/or integration? 387 3. Are larger organizations more standardized or less standardized than smaller firms? 387 4. What is informal communication? 387 to 8 5. What is span of control? 390 6. Know centralized/decentralized; narrow/flat 391 to 3 7. Why are companies moving to flatter structures? 392 8. Is a mechanistic structure decentralized? NO 394 9. Organic/mechanistic/matrix [geographic and product structures] 394 to 7 10. Is the organization chart a company’s only form of structure? NO 395 11. What type of coordinating mechanism is an organizational chart? 395 12. What is the primary supervisory control in a simple structure? 396 13. Which form of departmentalization requires the most coordination? 396 14. Matrix structures use what two reporting designs? 402 15. Do people who defer to structure perform well in a matrix structure? 402 to 3 16. What are the three contingencies of organizational design?
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