BUS 3000 Chapter 4: HR Chapter 4

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Organizing work for strategic success: y an organization consists of one or more employees who perform various tasks. The relationships between people and tasks must be structured so that the organization achieves its strategic goals in an efficient and effective manner through a motivated and engaged workforce. Organizational structure: the formal relationships among jobs in an organization. Organizational chart: is often used to depict the structure. A snapshot of the firm, depicting the organizations structure in chart form at a particular point in time. y. It does not provide details about actual communication patterns, degree of supervision, amount of power, and authority, or specific duties and responsibilities. Figure 4. 2- depicts 3 common types of organizational structure: y bureaucratic y flat y matrix. In flatter organizations, managers have increased spans of control (number of employees reporting to them) and thus less time to manage each one.

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