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  • 1. ORGANIZATION STRUCTUREThe organization structure provides a framework which holds thevarious functions together in accordance with the pattern determinedby managers. A planned structure outlines the required functions,correlates in a systematic manners and assigns authority andresponsibility. every business sets some goals to be achieved. Inorder to achieve goals some activities are to be performed..theseactivities are to be specified. classified and grouped. Theresponsibility and authority is assigned activities are assigned to carryout various activities. A system of proper co-ordination is establishedto reach the organizational goals.The establishment of systematicrelationship among various activities and persons is the framework oforganisation structure.There may be problems and difficulties if thestructure is faulty.The structure should be suitable to the working ofthe organisation and be helpful in achieving business goals.
  • 2. DEVOLPING ORGANISATION STRUCTURE Relations between senior and subordinate and vice-versa Relations between line position and specialists Staff relations Lateral relations
  • 3. DETERMINING THE KIND OF STRUCTURE Activities Analysis. Decision Analysis. Relation Analysis.
  • 4. ROLE OF ORGANISAFACTION STRUCTURE Encourages Efficiency Communication Optimum use of resources Job satisfaction Creative Thinking Facilitates Management
  • 5. DESIGNING ORGANISATION STRUCTURE IndentyfyingActivities Grouping of Activities Delegation of Activities
  • 6. FEATURES OF A GOOD ORGANISATIONSTRUCTURE Clear line of autthority. Adequate delegation of authority. Less managerial levels Span of control Simple and flexible
  • 7. TYPES OF ORGANISATION CHARTS There are three ways in which orginisation charts can be shown:▓ Vertical▓ Horizontal▓ Circular
  • 8. VERTICAL OR TOP TO BOTTOM: In this chart scaler levels run horizontally and function run vertically.the supreme authority is shown at the top while lowest authority at the bottam.In this chart board of directors is at the top of the orginisation.The chief executive controls various functional managers,who in turn have downward staff as the reqiuirement of respective departments.
  • 9. VERTICAL ORG. Board of directors Chief of Executive Market Production Finance Personnel Manager Manager Manager Manager
  • 10. HORIZONTAL ORG. Highest positions are put on the left side and those with diminishing authority move towards the right.The organisational levels are represented by vertical columns,the flow of authority from higher to lowr levels being represented by movement from left to right.In other words it presents scaler levels in a vertical position and functions horizontaly.The same levels of authority s shown in vertical chart cam be depicted in a left to right.
  • 11. CIRCULAR ORG. In circular chart the centre of the circle represens the position of supreme authority and the functions radiate in all directions from the centre.The higher the positions of authority, the nearer they are to the centre and lesser positions of authority.more distant they are from the centre.The pisitiond or relatuve equal importance are located at the same distance from the centre.The lines forming different blocks of functions or positions indicates the channels of formal authority,the same as in other arrangements.the circular chart depicts the actual condition of outward flow of formal authority from thr chief-minister Executive in many directions. Principles of organisation charts The top management should fithfully follow the line of authority while dealing with subordinates.Any attempt to bye pass the org. cchart will make it meaningless. The chart should define lines of position. The undue concentration of duty at any point should be avoided. The org. chart should not be influenced by personalities. The org. chart should be simple and flexible.
  • 12. ADVANTAGES OF ORG. CHART► An org. chart is a managerial tool.Its helps in specifying authority and responsibility of every poisition.The relationship among different persons are also established for smooth working of the org.► A org. chart specifically defines authority and responsibility of people in the enterprise there will be no dublication and overlapping of duties etc.Even if it happens in a particular instance it can be rectified immediately.► The org. chartr will be help in pointing out the fault,deficiencies,dual command etc.The management will able to take prompt remedial action in case of certain lacuma.► The org. chart acts as an information centre to the new entrants and they can easily understand different
  • 13. LIMITIONS OF ORG. CHARTS The org. chart show the relationship of different positions and not the degrees of authority and responsibility.The size of boxes or circles in the chart cannot show the level of authority etc. A chart is only depicts formal org. relationship whereas informal org.is ignored. In chart shows org. position and status at diffirent levels.it gives rise to superior inferior feeling among people and it restards the feeling of team work.
  • 14. TYPES OF ORGANISATION MANUALS Policy Mannual, Orjanisation Mannual. Rules and Regulations. Departmental Mannual.
  • 15. ADVANTAGES OF MANNUALS Written Information. Helpful in day-to-day working Avioding conflicts Helpful to New Employees. Quick Decisions.
  • 16. DRAWBACKS OF MANNUALS Expensive. Time consuming Rigidity Embarrassing
  • 17. TYPES OF ORGANISATION Line organisation Functional organisation Line and staff organisation Committee form of organisation Matrix organisation
  • 18. LINE ORGANISATIONIt represent a direct vertical relationship through which authority flows.This is simplest and oldest,known as chain of command or scaler principle.TYPES OF LINE ORGANISATION Pure Line Organisation Departmental Line organisation Pure Line organisation:In Line organisation all persons at a given level performs the same type of work.The divisios are soley for the purpose of control and directions
  • 19. DEPARTMENTAL PURE ORGINATION LINE THE DEPARTMENTAL ORG. TYPE OF LINE ORG.DIVIDED THE ENTERPRISE UINTO DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS WHICH ARE CONVENIENT FOR CON ROL PURPOSE.THE WHOLE ORG. IS PUT UNDER THE CONTRROL OF DEPARTMENTAL OF CHIEF EXECUTIVE WHO MAY BE CALLED THE GENERAL MANAGER . CONDITION FOR SUCCESS There should be a hiearchical arrangement of giving commands.The subordinates shoulld get commnds only through their immidate superior. There should ba a single line of command.One person should get order from one supervisor only. All persons at the same level of authority should be independent of one another. The number of subordinates should be such t5hat they are properly supervised.
  • 20. MERITS OF LINE ORGANISATION Simplicity. Identification of authority and responsibility. Co-ordintion. Effective Commuynication.Economical. Quick decisions. Unity of command. Effective control and supervision. Excutive department. Flexibility.
  • 21. DEMERIT OF LINE ORG. Excess work. Lack of co-ordination. Improper c ommunication. Lack of initative. Lack of specialisation. Favouritism. Instability.
  • 22. FUNCTIONAL ORG. Iin functional org. the task management and direction of subordinates should be divided according to the type of work involved. Types of function org. Office specialists:`design,`recording,planning. Ifferent people: Route lerck Instruxctiion card clerk Time and cost clerk. Disciplinarium. Shoo specialistss. Gang boss Speed boss Repair boss Inspector
  • 23. ADVANTAGES OF FUNCTIONAL ORRG. Specialisation Increase of efficency. Scope for growth. Flexibility. Relief to top execcutves. Economy of operations. Better supervision Democratic Control
  • 24. DISADVANTAGES OF FUNCTIONAL ORG. Conflict in authority Lack of co-ordination Difficulity in fixing responsibilityDelay ion taking decisions .Poor discipline.Expensive.Group Rivalaries.
  • 25. LINE AND STAFF ORG. Line org. is autocrati,on other hand ,has a loosae cojntrol.aline manager is vested with executive authority.he responsile for making important decisions and is also accountable for the impliucations. Types of staff:Personal staff,Specialist staff and General staff. Function of staff Authority:Agency of control,Agency of Co-ordination,Agency of service,Agency of advice.
  • 26. ADVANTAES OF LINE AND STAFF ORG. Specialisation Better displine Balanced and prompt decisions Growth and Expansiion Devolopment of employees Lesser burden on line officers Quick Actions
  • 27. DISADVANTAGES OF LINE AND STAFF ORG. Conflict b/w line and staff personal Lack of Responsibility More depence on staff Lack of co-odination Ineffective Staff Exprnsivem+