3/23/2014
ORGANIZATIONAL
STRUCTURES
Presented by
Anusha Adhikar
Vidya Dhamija
BBA 1 Semester
DEFINING ORGANIZATIONALSTRUCTURE
 It defines authority, responsibility, and unity of
command.
 Organization structure he...
FORMS OF DEPARTMENTALIZATION
Functional structure
Divisional structure
Hybrid structure
Matrix structure
Virtual stru...
FUNCTIONAL STRUCTURE
FUNCTIONAL STRUCTURE
 Grouping activities on the basis of the functions of
an organization is called functional
departmen...
ADVANTAGES
 Specialisation – each
department focuses on
its own work.
 Accountability –
someone is responsible
for the s...
DIVISIONAL STRUCTURE
 It is suitable for medium sized to big
companies, expanding geographically or on
customer base.
PRO...
PRODUCT STRUCTURE
PRODUCT STRUCTURE
 It is suitable for extremely large, complex and multi-
product organization .
 In this division requi...
ADVANTAGES
 Clear focus on market
segment helps meet
customers’ needs.
 Positive competition
between divisions.
 Better...
GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION
Corporate office
Northern
division
Eastern
division
South west
division
Canadian
division
Internationa...
GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS
 It is common organization that operates over wide
geographical area such as banking, insurance,
tra...
ADVANTAGES
 Serves local needs
better.
 Positive competition.
 More effective
communication
between firm and local
cust...
CUSTOMER DIVISION
CUSTOMER DIVISIONS
 The activities are grouped according to the
customers the organization serves.
 With this division, ...
ADVANTAGES
 Customers’ needs and
problems can be met
by specialists.
 Beneficial for
organization that
serves diff. type...
HYBRID STRUCTURE
HYBRID STRUCTURE
 It is form of departmentalization that adopts both
functional and divisional structure at the same leve...
ADVANTAGES
 Achieve a specific
competency and
economics of scale in
functional areas with a
focus on product ,
service an...
MATRIX STRUCTURE
MATRIX STRUCTURE
 Matrix organization is also referred to as a grid
organization or project or product management
organiz...
ADVANTAGES
 It facilitates decentralization
Of decisions.
 Brings horizontal co-
ordination.
 Effective use of human
re...
VIRTUAL STRUCTURE
 An organization that consists of a small
core of full-time employees and that
temporarily hires specia...
Thank you
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  1. 1. 3/23/2014 ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURES Presented by Anusha Adhikar Vidya Dhamija BBA 1 Semester
  2. 2. DEFINING ORGANIZATIONALSTRUCTURE  It defines authority, responsibility, and unity of command.  Organization structure helps to achieve organizational goals by grouping jobs, defining relationship between positions as well as who takes the responsibility in organization.  It describes each of the five forms of departmentalization  The formal arrangement of jobs within an organization.
  3. 3. FORMS OF DEPARTMENTALIZATION Functional structure Divisional structure Hybrid structure Matrix structure Virtual structure
  4. 4. FUNCTIONAL STRUCTURE
  5. 5. FUNCTIONAL STRUCTURE  Grouping activities on the basis of the functions of an organization is called functional departmentation.  The decision making is centralized at the top of the organization.  It is widely and easily used by those organizations which deals with one product.
  6. 6. ADVANTAGES  Specialisation – each department focuses on its own work.  Accountability – someone is responsible for the section.  Clarity – know your and others’ roles.  Co-ordination.  Closed communication could lead to lack of focus.  Departments can become resistant to change.  Gap between top and bottom level. ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES DISADVANTAGES
  7. 7. DIVISIONAL STRUCTURE  It is suitable for medium sized to big companies, expanding geographically or on customer base. PRODUCT CUSTOMER GEOPRAP HI-CAL DIVISIONAL
  8. 8. PRODUCT STRUCTURE
  9. 9. PRODUCT STRUCTURE  It is suitable for extremely large, complex and multi- product organization .  In this division requires the organization’s work to be divided on the basis of its product.  Each division is responsible for its own performance and profitability.  It is based on output of the organization.  With the divisional structure, each product department has its own functional specialties.
  10. 10. ADVANTAGES  Clear focus on market segment helps meet customers’ needs.  Positive competition between divisions.  Better control as each division can act as separate profit centre.  Performance can be compared and analyzed  Co-ordination at high level is reduced.  Duplication of functions (e.g. different sales force for each division).  Negative effects of competition.  Lack of central control over each separate division.  Problem in decision- making and control. ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES DISADVANTAGES
  11. 11. GEOGRAPHIC DIVISION Corporate office Northern division Eastern division South west division Canadian division International division
  12. 12. GEOGRAPHIC DIVISIONS  It is common organization that operates over wide geographical area such as banking, insurance, transportation firms.  In this activities are grouped area-wise into zones, divisions, sections and branches on the basis of the distinct needs, tastes and facilities in a country.
  13. 13. ADVANTAGES  Serves local needs better.  Positive competition.  More effective communication between firm and local customers.  Conflicts between local and central management.  Duplication of activities and functions at different region. ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES DISADVANTAGES
  14. 14. CUSTOMER DIVISION
  15. 15. CUSTOMER DIVISIONS  The activities are grouped according to the customers the organization serves.  With this division, each department contains individuals who perform the necessary functions for a specific type of customer.
  16. 16. ADVANTAGES  Customers’ needs and problems can be met by specialists.  Beneficial for organization that serves diff. type of customer.  Limited view of organizational goals  Special treatment is required from various customer department .  Special facilities and manpower for certain customer group may be under employed. ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES DISADVANTAGES
  17. 17. HYBRID STRUCTURE
  18. 18. HYBRID STRUCTURE  It is form of departmentalization that adopts both functional and divisional structure at the same level of management.  This structure is adopted to derive the benefits of economies of scale, and efficiency in resource utilization while the divisional structure is created to focus on product and services.  This structure have greater staff authority when compared to the divisional structure.
  19. 19. ADVANTAGES  Achieve a specific competency and economics of scale in functional areas with a focus on product , service and market.  Facilitates adaptability and flexibility in handling diverse product and services.  Develop large staff in the corporate level .  In case , it require co- ordination between a division and a corporate functional department may be slow to respond . ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES DISADVANTAGES
  20. 20. MATRIX STRUCTURE
  21. 21. MATRIX STRUCTURE  Matrix organization is also referred to as a grid organization or project or product management organization.  It can be termed both functional and divisional at the same time.  It has two chains of command- horizontal and vertical
  22. 22. ADVANTAGES  It facilitates decentralization Of decisions.  Brings horizontal co- ordination.  Effective use of human resources.  Individual become specialist in two areas(function and product).  Administration cost are higher.  Individual reports to two bosses so they are unclear .  Individual engrossed with maintaining good relations. ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES DISADVANTAGES
  23. 23. VIRTUAL STRUCTURE  An organization that consists of a small core of full-time employees and that temporarily hires specialists to work on opportunities that arise.
  24. 24. Thank you 

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