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Southern California Edison

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Louis Richards

on 7 December 2013

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Transcript of Southern California Edison

An Organizational Analysis of
Structural
Classic Organization: Multiple Layers of Management
Authoritative
Functional Group Structure (Silo)
Poor Cross-Functional Communication
Bonus Incentives Based on Individual Departments
Outside Hiring of Executive Management
Cultural
Competitive Environment
Rivalries
Transition from Internal Promotions to External Hirings of Management
Not Sharing Same Values
Political
Competing for Shared Resources at enterprise level
Positional Power within functional groups
Human Resources
Extrinsic Rewards
Intrinsic Rewards Diminished
Theory X
Work/Life Balance
Company Background
SCE was founded on July 4, 1887
Largest subsidiary of Edison International
Primary electricity company for Southern California
Service territory covers approximately 50,000 square miles and 14 million people

Executive Level Organization Chart
Intro to Problem
Southern California Edison's organizational structure mirrors a functional authoritative structure. Many challenges arise from the silo structure design that impacts performance, communication, and efficiency of labor. These three issues play key roles with major electrical infrastructure projects.
Conclusion
Summary
Recommendations
QUESTIONS?
Anwar Engelhart
Louis Richards
Matt Talarico
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