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Chapter 10

Chapter 10

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Department
Global Management Studies
Course
GMS 200
Professor
Shavin Malhotra
Semester
Fall

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Chapter 10: Organizing Organizing as a Management Function Organizing: arranges people and resources to work toward a goal Involves both creating a division of labour for tasks to be performed and then coordinating results to achieve a common purpose Organizing begins with the process of implementation by clarifying jobs and working relationships What is Organization Structure? Organization structure: is a system of tasks, reporting relationships, and communicating linkages Formal Structures Organization chart: describes the arrangement of work positions within an organization Formal structure: is the official structure of the organization Organizations formal structure includes: o Division of work o Supervisory relationships o Communication channels o Major subunits o Levels of management Informal Structures Informal structure: is the set of unofficial relationships among an organizations members shadow organization very important Informal learning: personal contact with others who can help them get things doen when necessary, working and interacting together www.notesolution.com
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