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Company structure

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So how many different ways of organizing a company?
wHAT IS ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE ?

CASE STUDY EXERCISE
Culture:
THANK YOU FOR LISTENING!
First reason:
There is a
mutual relationship
between
organizational culture
and
structure.

It includes the organization's
values, visions, norms, working language, systems, symbols, beliefs, and habits.

Philips required a drastic changes to
measure up to
the competition
=>
a culture change
, which puts the emphasis very much on
people =>
need to provide
high-quality products => Product divisional structure
suits the best.
Shift
management control
from the West German parent company to its foreign divisions and subsidiaries.




Restructure its
business divisions
to more clearly define their duties.
Flatten organization, or empower lower level managers to assume more responsibility, so that top executives would have more time to plan strategy.
Culture
is the
code, core logic
and
software of the mind

organizing people's
behaviour.
Organizational culture creates the
frame of reference
in which organizational structure is designed.

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Company structure
TYPES OF STRUCTURE
Uhm... There are four common
organizational structures
FUNCTIONAL
STRUCTURE
Take a first glance...
WHAT IS
ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE?
The typically
arrangement of lines
of authority, communications, rights and duties of an organization. It determines how the roles, power and responsibilities are assigned, controlled, and coordinated, and how information flows between the different levels of management.


It depends on the
organization's
objectives
and
strategy.
ALONG-PRODUCT-LINES STRUCTURE
GEOGRAPHIC STRUCTURE
MATRIX STRUCTURE
It is an
energy field
that determines how people think, act, and view the world around them.
Organizational culture
is the
behavior of humans
who are part of an organization and the meanings that
the people react to their actions
.
Characteristics
So, what is
organizational culture?
So, do you think people from certain
cultures
would
favor

one kind of organizational structure over another
?
But... Why and how?
Yes, of course!


Organizational structure

=

Tool

The type of the
organizational structure
depends on:
+ The
type/ size
of the organization
+ The organization’s
objectives

+ The way it
sees itself

Culture gives a specific view on the organization:
+ its
meaning
+ its
purpose
+ a
suitable mode of its structuring
.


Case study:
Samsung Group's organizational structure
Organizational structure model must
agree

with

the dominant cultural assumptions, values, and norms.
Conclusion
Culture

shapes

structure
Structure

regulates
culture


Second reason

People favour one kind of structure because they want
greater chance of success
.
Case study:

change in organizational structure of Bayer (Germany)
:

Bayer selected a
relatively diverse matrix management format
to pursue its goals, to succeed.
Case study:

McDonald's structure regulates its culture


Geographic structure
helps strengthen McDonald's
culture
.
Case study:

Philips-MAKE THINGS BETTER
Organizational structure
aligning well
with the organizational culture => easier to implement =>
greater chance of success.
Structure that
does not fit
into cultural norms of business =>
much harder to pull off
.
Culture:
+ Multinational corporation.
+ Work in manufacturing, retailing and
marketing fields.
+ The range of product varies by region.
Culture
:
+Multinational firm.
+4 groups and 14 divisions.
+Wide range of products and features.
+Creative and make high-quality product.
Main structure:

Geographic structure
Main structure:

Geographic
and
Product- line structure
+Interconnected business groups.
+Groups divided into sub-groups.
+People working in a group have different functions and come from different departments.
Main structure:

Matrix structure
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