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chapter 5 Organizational Structure
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Organizational Structure Organizational structure is the foundation of any organization. It determines how interrelated components of an agency are constructed in order to function. The structure is influenced by the sector of the organization and the type of agency it is. Organizational structure has a large impact on how managers communicate, their efficiency and effectiveness, and how decisions are made.
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Public Sector Organizations in the public sector receive some funding from taxpayers. These organizations are usually created through local, state, provincial, or federal legislation. Local or municipal organizations play a major role in the delivery of parks and recreation services in Canada and the United States.
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Formation of Local Organizations Several laws affect the formation of local parks and recreation agencies: Special recreation and park laws Special district laws Enabling laws Home rule legislation Strong mayor–council and city manager– council structures
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State and Provincial Parks and Recreation All 50 states have state park systems. The 10th amendment of the U.S.
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