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Organisational Structure of a Business
Specification Detail   Organisational structure: the    importance of divisional structure,    levels of hierarchy, chain...
Why Do Businesses Need to be       Organised?   As a business gets bigger it needs to be organised   The structure deter...
Organisational structure   There are 3 main types of organisational    structure:     Tall   or Hierarchy     Flat    ...
Forms of Organisational Structure                Board Of                Directors           Managing Director            ...
Forms of Organisational Structure                   Owners               Managers                   Workers  Flat structure
Forms of Organisational Structure                                 RESPONSIBILITY & AUTHORITY                              ...
Organisational chart   A _________ which shows the _________ structure of    an ______________Diagram               Inter...
Forms of Organisational Structure                                 Board of Directors                                 Manag...
Forms of Organisational Structure                                   OwnersFinance         H. Resources      Production    ...
Chain of Command   Line on which orders and decisions are passed down   From top of hierarchy to bottom            Manag...
Advantages & Disadvantages               A d v a n t a g e s                 DisadvantagesHierarchal   Large organisations...
Organisational Structures:     Summary QuestionsKey questions:1. What are the 3 main types of organisational   structure?2...
Centralised and Decentralised systems
Which best matchescentralised / decentralised?
TASK: Put the following statements into a chart            describing advantages and disadvantages of            decentral...
Centralised OrganisationsAdvantages           Disadvantages                        Lack of motivation Tight control of  ...
De-CentralisedOrganisationsAdvantages               Disadvantages   Increased               Managers may lack    motivat...
Questions ‘Petfair’ :Here
EduPlay : HerePg 338-339 Q2.
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  1. 1. Organisational Structure of a Business
  2. 2. Specification Detail Organisational structure: the importance of divisional structure, levels of hierarchy, chains of command and centralised v decentralised systems
  3. 3. Why Do Businesses Need to be Organised? As a business gets bigger it needs to be organised The structure determines:  Who is responsible for what job and  Who is responsible to whom
  4. 4. Organisational structure There are 3 main types of organisational structure:  Tall or Hierarchy  Flat  Matrix
  5. 5. Forms of Organisational Structure Board Of Directors Managing Director Directors Managers Supervisors Workers Hierarchy/Tall structure
  6. 6. Forms of Organisational Structure Owners Managers Workers Flat structure
  7. 7. Forms of Organisational Structure RESPONSIBILITY & AUTHORITY RESPONSIBILITY & AUTHORITY RESPONSIBILITY & AUTHORITY Support R&D Transport Services BOD Finance Production MD HRM Managing Sales RESPONSIBILITY & AUTHORITY Matrix structure
  8. 8. Organisational chart A _________ which shows the _________ structure of an ______________Diagram Internal Organisation
  9. 9. Forms of Organisational Structure Board of Directors Managing Director Finance H. Resources Production Marketing Logistics Director Director Director Director DirectorFinance H. Resources Production Marketing LogisticsManager Manager Manager Manager ManagerStaff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Tall/Hierarchy structure
  10. 10. Forms of Organisational Structure OwnersFinance H. Resources Production Marketing LogisticsManager Manager Manager Manager ManagerStaff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Flat structure
  11. 11. Chain of Command Line on which orders and decisions are passed down From top of hierarchy to bottom Managing • The longer the chain the more Director complex communication is. Production Messages get lost Director Production • Operators/workers may not feel Manager involved in decisions Factory • May be hard for company to Supervisor change as more groups to resist Machine changes Operators
  12. 12. Advantages & Disadvantages A d v a n t a g e s DisadvantagesHierarchal Large organisations, usually secure Communication is slowStructure Lines of communication clear Long chain of command Flat Communication faster Needs all levels to functionStructure Short chain of command Reduced line of authority Matrix Communication very fast No defined chain of commandStructure Encourages teamwork No defined line of authority
  13. 13. Organisational Structures: Summary QuestionsKey questions:1. What are the 3 main types of organisational structure?2. What is an organisational chart?3. What is the chain of command?4. Why do businesses have different types of structures?
  14. 14. Centralised and Decentralised systems
  15. 15. Which best matchescentralised / decentralised?
  16. 16. TASK: Put the following statements into a chart describing advantages and disadvantages of decentralisation and centralisation CentralisationAdvantage Disadvantage Decentralisation Advantage Disadvantage
  17. 17. Centralised OrganisationsAdvantages Disadvantages  Lack of motivation Tight control of for managers decisions  Central Decisions made management may by senior be “out of touch” management  Slow to make Decisions are decisions consistent
  18. 18. De-CentralisedOrganisationsAdvantages Disadvantages Increased  Managers may lack motivation of experience managers  Local decisions may Encourages local be inconsistent with initiatives the overall business Decisions based on aims and objectives more up-to-date  Duplication of information functions and costs Decisions made quicker
  19. 19. Questions ‘Petfair’ :Here
  20. 20. EduPlay : HerePg 338-339 Q2.
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