Saturday, 18 November 2017

Fundamentals of Organizational structure

Introduction
Organization:
When two or more people work together to achieve a group result, it is an organization. Organizational structure:
 An organizational structure consists of activities such as task allocation, coordination and supervision, which are directed towards the achievement of organizational aims. It can also be considered as the viewing glass for perspective through. which individuals see their organization and its environment.
Why should you develop a structure for your organization?
• Structure gives members clear guidelines for how to proceed.
A clearly-established structure gives the group a means to maintain order and resolve disagreements.
• Structure binds members together.
It gives meaning and identity to the people who join the group, as well as to the group itself.
• Structure in any organization is inevitable
An organization, by definition, implies a structure. Your group is going to have some structure whether it chooses to or not. It might as well be the structure which best matches up with what kind of organization you have, what kind of people are in it, and what you see yourself doing.
Definitions:
 "Organizational Structure — A firm's formal role configuration, procedures governance, and control mechanisms, and authority and decision-making processes". Organizational structure is something that is best decided up on internally, through a process of critical thinking and discussion by members of the group. 

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