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    Organizational Structure

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    Organizational structure: Organizational structure refers to how an organization arranges people and jobs so its work can be performed and its goals can be met. It has been described as a mechanism that reduces behavior variability (Weber, 1946; Burns & Stalker, 1961; Mintzberg, 1979), It is a set of policies and rules that determine how the roles, power and responsibilities are assigned, controlled and coordinated, how decisions are made and implemented throughout the organization and how…

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    1. The organization is a social system, not only a formal structure of functions. Social characteristics of people set the production norms and determine output and efficiency in organization.non financial rewards affect the behavior of workers and value of financial rewards. Motivation measures therefore should…

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    Tata Steel Case Study

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    Staffing in TATA STEEL Requirement of staff in TATA group consist of range of disciplines. Right from pure sciences to applied engineering to management skills. TATA STEEL implement its own strategies for recruitment according to their vision and goals of organisation as a whole Division movement is part of leadership movement in TATA STEEL. Managers are exposed to different business scenarios, different functions and industry division enabling to broaden their horizon and knowledge. To recharge…

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    Communication The two types of communication are formal and informal. The communication in which the flow of information is already defined is termed as Formal Communication. The communication follows a hierarchical chain of command which is established by the organization itself. (http://keydifferences.com/difference-between-formal-and-informal-communication.html#ixzz4QePrhecK)The communication which does not follow any pre-defined channel for the transmission of information is known as…

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    Prospectus Draft David Hume once said that “Truth springs from arguments among friends (CITE HEINRICHS).” While researchers often engage in discourse about what truth is and how we know truth, one constant appears present. In order to formulate even the discourse of whether a social scientist can discover truth or Truth these social scientists must have an ability to think and express their thoughts in differentiating manners. If every social scientist though the same way there would be no need…

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    Organizational Structures Even though organizational structures is a deeply detailed plan to distribute tasks and activities to the employees of the organization and assign them tasks according to the specialization under supervision and coordination in order to achieve the objectives of the organization. Yet, it is the institutional system, that is, it can be considered as a map showing the work plan of the organization and the mechanism of distributing work and tasks to individuals to reach…

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    command structure. This structure uses a high level of formality in the way it operates, and this allow decisions to be made through an organized process. Within the bureaucratically designed model, personnel are horizontally structured in an effort to separate officers based on their respective roles and responsibilities. Authority and responsibility is distributed base on rank and assignments. Although this structure…

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    Structural Functionalism

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    different institutions work together in order to create a well-functioning society. This theory explains how everyone’s lives are built based around social structures and basic human behavior. The different institutions in society are: government, education, economic, family, and religion. Each one of the institutions create a different social structure, behavior, and role in society. Examples of these institutions working together to create stability and order are government and education,…

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    World War I changed the economic, social, and political structures of most countries across the world. One century ago when World War I began, the maps of Africa, Asia, and Europe appeared much different from the way they are presently (Halperin, 115). Most historians have agreed that most of the border changes that were agreed upon after the war were made based on political rather than economic reasons, thereby bringing about new problems whose impacts can still be felt today (Lamy, 108). After…

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    Divisional structure: it is the type of organizational configuration which separates and groups together the employees responsible for a particular product type or market service according to workflow. This type of structure tends to increase the flexibility and it can be further broken down in product, market and geographic structure. (Business Dictionary, N/A) Comparison of functional and divisional structure in terms of design elements and principles: In functional structure, only one…

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