Organizational structure • Organizational structure is the way in witch an organization’s activities (job tasks) are divided, organized and coordinated. • Organizational structure is the way in which and work, authority resources of an organization have been divided among members.
Types of organizational structure ▪ Entrepreneurial structure ▪ Bureaucratic structure ▪ Matrix structure
Most organizations start life as an entrepreneurial structure in that …show more content…
An example could be the making of a television program, which will require a rang of specialist skills, such as set-building, make-up, special effects, design and engineering.
The matrix organization does, therefore, need time and care in its creation, balancing the power of the tow axes and working out a basis of trust and understanding among the key participants. It is not something to work out on the back of an envelope during a train journey; it requires extensive consultation and discussion, progressive implementation over several months and attention for several years as it settles down and moves towards effectiveness.
← I selected one company. That company name is EPSI
← Entrepreneurial structure is most suitable for this company
1.2) Explain centralization and decentralization states which types present in your selected organization
Centralization and decentralization
Centralization: The degree to which decision-marking is concentrated at the top of the organization.
Decentralization: The extent to which decision discretion is pushed down to lower level employees. Or
The delegation of authority from higher to lower levels of the organization, often accomplished by the creation of small self-contained organizational units.