Transcript: professional independent journalists to comply Code of Conduct, Media Regulations, ensuring accuracy and credibility and integrity associated with the material published wider span of control centralised sales team selling across platforms and products capability in digital and development delivering innovative advertising on mobile and tablets to increase yield Thoughts? Key concepts Tran Nguyen Responsibility accounting Fairfax Media Limited 2013, Annual financial report, Pyrmont, NSW, viewed 20 March 2014, < www.fairfaxmedia.com.au/shareholders/2013FairfaxAnnualReport.pdf> Fairfax Media Limited 2013, Investor Day Presentation, media release, 6 June, viewed 23 March 2014, <www.fairfaxmedia.com.au/shareholders/2013InvestorDayPresentation.pdf> Robbins, S.P, Millett B. and , Waters-Marsh, T. 2004, Organisational Behaviour, 4th ed., Pearson Education Australia, Sydney. 2013 Goal congruence Strength breaking down departmental barriers decentralising decision making to the level of team mobilisation - interdependent activities done by specialists Key management accounting concepts - a recap Article summary - Fairfax Media Identifying and applying management accounting issues Analysis - causes, costs and benefits cost saving $351m by FY2015 (cost- minimisation) achieved $60m in saving (September 2013) audience-focused (innovative strategy) Outline Team structure organizational structure: how job tasks are divided , grouped and coordinated. decentralisation: restructuring the organization into smaller sub-units (divisions and departments), each with specific operations and decision-making responsibilities) Organizational Structure & Decision Making April, 2013: organisational restructure 5 divisions Structural shifts to multi-platform to unlock the potential of digital businesses Operation of a national sales team across publications The story Reference Agency theory 2012 THANK YOU Strength simplicity flexible to maintain cost reduction (duplication of management) increase accountability for product/service performance Weakness wide span of control employees' performance without supervision communication between divisions?
Transcript: but our strategic plan prioritizes... the Director is ultimately in charge of all of these functions but assignments of roles and responsibilities in line with our Objectives would be useful, transparent, and efficient. Advancement 2. that we cultivate Premier Visitor Visitor Experience Development Membership Corp sponsorship Endowment Guild liaison Advancement Board Executive Administrator Board Managers of Admissions,Facility, Development, Education, Finance, Exhibitions, Marketing, Volunteers Merchandise, Security, Spec. Projects Global Awareness of Dali and the Dali Museum Visitors 3. that we maintain Evolving organizational structure at the Dali Financial Stability Director Marketing Design Digital & Web PR Group Sales Event Sales Education and Exhibitions Director of Education Curator of Collection Curator of Exhibitions Registrar Assistant Education assistants Librarian Financial Stability Admissions & Store Managers Warehouse Mail order Reception Current Structure Board how we report Financial Stability Events Coordinator Manager Assistant Director Experience Finance CFO bookkeepers IT 1. that we provide a Director Visitor Experience Volunteers Manager Assistant Group Tours HR Facility Manager Maintenance Janitorial Cafe Security Director Officers Garden Visitors Visitors
Transcript: Senior office clerk CEO- Austen Bailey Video game producers(4) Human resources Manager Marketing Manager Vice President of Marketing Secretary accouting manager Video Game Manager AB Game development Administrative Assisant(2) accountant Marketing leaders (2) Vice president of human resources Junior accountant(2) Video game foreperson sales representitives (4) Vice president of Game Development Vice president of accounting Video game supervisor
Transcript: CM Industries Production Manager Administrative Assistant Production supervisor Foreperson Employee Employee Employee Employee Accounting Manager Administrative Assistant Accountant Junior Accountant Junior Accountant Marketing Manager Marketing Leader Marketing Leader Sales Rep Sales Rep Sales Rep Sales Rep Human Resource Manager Senior Office Clerk Administrative Associate Administrative Associate
Transcript: General Assembly Board of Directors Audit Committee Election Committee Credit Committee Membership, Education & Training Committee General Manager Non-Financial Social Investment Social Credit Social Enterprise Institution Building Research & Marketing Administrative Accounting Advocacy Committee Financial Resource Pool Membership
Transcript: Language Resource Center Multidisciplinary approach to management (Stukalina, 2010) - Technical support, equipment maintenance - Training teachers if possible to optimize the use of ICT. - Integrating knowledge and applicability to the English subject TECHNOLOGY TEACHER Managerial structure Formal model: hierarchical; emphasizes the importance of organizational unity and integrity with good coordination and efficient control THE PRINCIPAL Subjective model: focus on the individual perception. This focus is not so pronounced Administering resources and considering the internal circumstances of my educational context LRC MANAGERS: English Head English Teachers (Morning and Afternoon shift) Decision making; Budget, policies ( Changes in the curriculum) TEACHERS English teachers: - Supporting students - Planing activities and projects for the LRC -Reporting Head teachers -Fostering the use of ICT. - Proposing cross-curricular projects -Other subject teachers ( on a second stage) -Planing and proposing cross-curricular projects with the English subject. - Organizing Reporting the principal Guiding teachers -Evaluating teachers proposals STUDENTS (Social service) - Helping teachers in the delivering and receiving resources. - Verifying the equipment conditions after use. -Being example of good users Keeping the resourcess update and working Suleyman Goksoy. (2013). The role of the educational manager's in the management of change. Evaluating changes in schedules and curriculum to be informed to the school principal. Supporting organization and behaviour. Monitoring proper functioning "Individual is the one who will live, perform and carry out the changes continuously". After appropriate and permanent training and efficient communication, the roles, functions and relationships into the organizational structure of the LRC would be: COORDINATORS ( Morning and afternoon shift) Planing schedules and activities for the LRC Monitoring the accomplishment of objectives. Collegial model: includes decision making as a participative process aimed at making the educational institution a harmonious and creative organization. Evaluating the LRC relevance and mision. Administrative managment
Transcript: Some kind of governance. Rules by which the organization operates. A distribution of work. Structure: Is the framework around which the group is organized. Gives members clear guidelines for how to proceed. Binds members together. Is inevitable. Steering committee. Coordinating council. The executive director. Task forces Roles in Community Organizations Envisioning desired changes. Transforming the community. Planning for integration. Supporting the efforts of those working to promote change. Four Tasks of Community Work Choose the relative formality your organization will have. Discuss the best structure for your organization. Choose your organization's structure. Linking these roles together for small,medium and larger groups. How do you structure a community organization? by Viktoriia Baibuz Action committees. Support committees. Community trustees. Grantmakers. Support and partner organizations. On a purely practical level, logic modelling can also be time consuming, requiring lots of energy in the beginning and continued attention throughout the life of an initiative. Three Elements of the Structure: Limitations First, no matter how logical it seems, there is always a danger that your model will not be correct. Establishing the appropriate boundaries of a logic model can be a difficult challenge. Organizational Structure
Transcript: 3 Cultural Attributes: Energy Resilience Openness 8 Traits found in ideal organizational cultures. Implementation of a positive organizational culture The different types of Organizational Culture defining and conceptualizing Organizational Culture Defining Organizational Structure. philosophies, practices and attitudes that define an organization. Emphasis on results is another notable characteristic of organizational culture . Conclusion & Questions Overview of Organizational Structure Ideal Organizational Culture 1) Multicultural 2) Hierarchy (Controlling) 3) Adhocracy (Creative) 4) Clan (family-like) 5) Market (Competitve) 6) Ethical
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