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Organisational structure of n & m

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Organisational structure of n & m

  1. 1. Organizational Structure Of Newspaperand MagazineMentor: Dr. Om Prakash Presented by: – Rahul KumarRoll no. – 12/pmmc/03Subject – Media ManagementGautam Buddha UniversityGreater Noida, Uttar Pradesh – 201310
  2. 2. • Every company has two organizational structures: The formalone is written on the charts; the other is the everydayrelationship of the men and women in the organization.Harold S. Geneen• The only things that evolve by themselves in an organizationare disorder, friction, and Mal-performance.Peter F. Drucker• Once an organization loses its spirit of pioneering and rests onits early work, its progress stops.Thomas J. Watson, Sr.
  3. 3. Definition• The typically hierarchical arrangement of lines ofauthority, communications, rights and duties of anorganization. Organizational structure determines how theroles, power and responsibilities are assigned, controlled,and coordinated, and how information flows between thedifferent levels of management.
  4. 4. Brief IntroductionOrganizational Structure is a framework where, thecommunication, task, duties, responsibility and many thingsdone with the help of some channel which directly andindirectly related to the organization structure. It tells how towork, how to achieve the goal, and how to coordinate withtheir subordinates every thing is intertwined. In thisinformation flows in many channel.
  5. 5. Organizational Structure can be vary on the basis ofObjective, Goals, Strategy and Vision.It can be centralized or decentralized. In centralizedorganizational structure the top level management has thepower of decision making and to control the whole thesystem and channel of information flow. But InDecentralized Structure, the Power of the organizationhas distributed among the all to work free withindependence. The decision making power is distributedamong the department to show its efficiency.
  6. 6. Finally! What is Organizational structureTop LevelInformation flow from Up to DownAnd Down to Up
  7. 7. Why should you develop a structurefor your organization?• It gives members clear guidelines for how toproceed.• It binds members together.• It help to overcome by some future events inany organization which is inevitable.By: Bill Berkowitz
  8. 8. When should you develop a structurefor your organization?• While the need for structure is clear.• Regardless of what type of structure yourorganization decides upon, Three elements willalways be there.• They are:-Some kind of governance.-Rules by which the organization operates.-A distribution of work.
  9. 9. • Governance 1st element –Some person or group has to make the decisions within theorganization.• Rules by which the organization operates.Rules may be explicitly stated and implicit and unstated.• Distribution of workInherent in any organizational structure also is a distributionof work. The distribution can be formal or informal, temporaryor enduring, but every organization will have some type ofdivision of labor.
  10. 10. Newspaper• Organizational structure of a newspaper can begrouped by: frequency of publication; this is dailiesor weeklies and a paper has to appear at least fivetimes in a week to become a daily.• Secondly is market size; national, large, medium,small. National; the publication covers the wholenation and not a particular region or state.
  11. 11. Organizational Structure of Newspaper
  12. 12. Magazine• Organizational structure of a magazine can begrouped by: Frequency of publication: this isdailies (e-magazine GK today), weekly,monthly and fortnightly.
  13. 13. Organizational Structure in MagazinePresident PublisherSection Editor Design Editor Copy EditorAssociate/Assistant EditorOnline EditorEditor-in chiefManaging EditorWriting/Contributing EditorPhotographerFreelancerAssistantDesign EditorLayout EditorAssistantCopy EditorEditorialFace CharacterAssistantOnline Editor
  14. 14. References:• www.brainyquote.com• www.businessdictionary.com• www.ctb.ku.edu• www.jprof.com• www.wikianswers.com• www.thefreedictionary.com
  15. 15. Thank you

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