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Farmer School of Business Chapter 4 The Analysis and  Design of Work
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Farmer School of Business Work-flow analysis Provide a means for the managers to understand all the  tasks required to produce a high-quality product and  the skills necessary to perform those tasks prior to  allocating and assigning these tasks to a particular job  category or person. Includes analyzing: work outputs work processes work inputs
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Farmer School of Business  Developing a work-unit 
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Farmer School of Business     Organizational structure The formal network of vertical and horizontal interconnections  among jobs that constitute the organization.    Organization structure provides a cross-sectional overview of  the static relationship between individuals and units that  create the outputs. Two important dimensions:      1. Centralization: degree to which decisions are made at  the top vs throughout the organization     2. Departmentalization: work groups based on function
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Farmer School of Business Org structure Divisional Workflow  departmentalization Low level of centralization Semi-autonomous Flexible and innovative Sensitive to subtle  differences across products,  regions and clients Functional Departmentalization High level of centralization High efficiency Inflexible Insensitive to subtle  differences across  products, regions and  clients
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Farmer School of Business Plant Leader SR. EXECUTIVE ADM. ASSISTANT 3003 Angie Moore Large Parts Business Unit Technical Leader Rick Davis (Acting) Process Eng./Spec. Jeff Arnold Rick Bidlake Robert Foster Jim Haas Doug Jackson Joe Steagall Ron Funke David Kmiec Value Process Eng./Spec. John Absi Jeff Barlow Tiger Team Tom Moran Large Parts Business Unit Production Leader Delaine Ferrell Cell Support 1st Shift Doug North Jud Rouse 2nd Shift Harry Boney James Watson 3rd Shift Jeff Jordan Bill Milligan Small Parts Business Unit Technical Leader Glenn Warmkessel Process Eng./Spec. Preston Casteen Lawrence Colvin Tony Stephenson Earl Gillespie Don Johnson Randall Murphy Mark Puckett Tony Centa Charles Britt Larry Alderson Tom Parrett Value Process Eng./Spec. Charlie Simmons Dale Woodcock Small Parts Business Unit Production Leader Bill Hogan Cell Support 1st Shift Carl Waddell Lemanuel Devane 2nd Shift Wayne Fincannon Howard Siko 3rd Shift Lisa Smith Broached Parts Business Unit Technical Leader Keith Wall Process Eng./Spec. Joel Adams Joe Campbell Mike Cooley Joe Dwertman Dawn Humphries Harvey Kennedy Duane Hogan Rob Kesecker Terry McCumbee Greg O’Beirne Bob Qucsai Sam Ragan Chris Sutherland Mike Westendorf John Hoehn Value Process Eng./Spec. Gene Stapperfenne
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