A global presence enables an organizations operations to achieve economies of scale
Scope: number and variety of products and services a company offers, as well as the number and variety
of regions, countries, and markets it serves
Wicked problems are associated with conflicts over objectives and alternatives.
The rational approach is a type of decision making would typically be used, to the extent possible, in an
objective process of selecting a new employee.
Woodwards classification of technology (into three clusters of organizational technologies) was based on
a scale. This scale measures the technological complexity of the organizations technical core.
Continuous process production repre
Incremental Change occurs mainly through the established structure and management processes of an
Organizational turnarounds and transformations is a good example of radical change.
If an organization shifts its structu
Organizations do NOT typically come face-to-face with the power of culture until they try to implement
new strategies or programs that go against basic cultural norms and values because the culture generally
goes unnoticed until a ch
Small businesses characterized by, in contrast to large businesses: niche-finding strategies
Survival is the major goal of an organization during the entrepreneurial stage of the life cycle.
The best description for organizations going
Organizations initially apply information technology in the transaction processing systems area.
Type of systems used to automate an organizations routine, day-to-day business activities such as data from
sales or purchases from suppli