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Copy of Coca-Cola's Organization Chart

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Transcript of Copy of Coca-Cola's Organization Chart

Alyssa Perez
Joi Pugh
Rosaleen McSorley
Claire Zyber Revising an Organizational Chart Group tasks and activities by business functions:
Product / Operations
Finance / Accounting
Research and Development Functional Structure Itinerary Introduction
Different Organizational Structures
Coca-Cola's Organizational Chart
Do's and Don'ts
Conclusion
Question & Answer Session
Reflection Organized in four ways:
1. Geographic Area
2. Product or Service
3. Customer
4. Process Divisional Structure Strategic Business Unit Structure Groups similar divisions into strategic business units. Guess this Structure Guess this Structure Guess this Structure Guess this Structure Reserve title of CEO for top executive of the firm
Note whether the divisions (if any) are based on geography, customer, etc.
Have the CFO, CIO, CSO, human resource officer, and other functional positions report directly to the CEO
Organize the divisions of a firm for maximum effectiveness Do's of Organizational Charts We would suggest that Coca-Cola's organizational structure be more divisional and organized by geographic area. Conclusion Question and Answer Session Reflection Most complex because it depends on vertical and horizontal flows of authority and communication.
Widely used in many industries.
In order for it to be effective:
Training
Participative planning
Clear & mutual understanding of responsibilities Matrix Structure A.Functional Structure
B.Strategic Business Unit Structure
C.Divisional Structure
D.Matrix Structure A. Functional Structure
B. Strategic Business Unit Structure
C. Divisional Structure
D. Matrix Structure A. Functional Structure
B. Strategic Business Unit Structure
C. Divisional Structure
D. Matrix Structure A.Functional Structure
B.Strategic Business Unit Structure
C.Divisional Structure
D.Matrix Structure Use the title “president” for the top person
Recommend a dual title for just one executive
Have a particular person reporting to more than one person in the chain of command
Have the CFO, CIO, CSO, human resource officer, and other functional positions report to the COO Don'ts of Organizational Charts Coca-Cola's Organizational Chart Creating an organizational structure enables a company to have clearer channels of communication and a concrete chain of command

There is no one optimal organizational structure for a given strategy.
The framework within an organization that arranges its lines of authority and communication.
Dictates how policies and objectives will be established and how resources will be allocated.
Changes in strategies lead to alterations in organizational structures.

Organizational Structure
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