The implementation of the organic organisational structure utilises all of the

The implementation of the organic organisational

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the new organic organisational approach. The implementation of the organic organisational structure utilises all of the employees’ skills and abilities, as well as, ensuring that decisions are made among the three different operations of the organisation; corporate, design and retail and also to permit a more rapid response to external environmental changes. The framework change would consequently open up more opportunities for managerial positions. The second recommendation is to allow for intercommunications to be established between the CEO, general managers and low-level workers. A conference should be conducted every so often so the employees are in line with the manager’s expectations, this also allows employees to express their ideas and put forth recommendations. Thus, allowing the employees to feel valued within the company. This meeting could be used to reassess current managers where possible and review present employees as candidates for future promotions. A conference needs to be immediately conducted with all the staff members to inform them of the new management propositions. Also to discuss the changes that will be made to improve planning and coordination of activities that have an organisation-wide effect. In this meeting the implementation of the new organisational structure will be discussed in order to enhance the overall workforce communication and flexibility. These recommendations are set to ensure the issue is resolved and an equal and pleasant working environment for all employees is established. Page | 5
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