Organizing and Organization Design

Organizing is deciding how to best assemble organizational (structural) elements into an efficient overall structure for the organization. The six basic organizational (structural) elements that can be used to configure an organization are: 1) designing jobs, 2) grouping jobs, 3) establishing reporting relationships, 4) distributing authority, 5) coordinating activities, and 6) differentiating between positions. Organization design is the overall configuration of structural elements and the relationships among those elements used to manage the total organization. Thus organization design is a means to implement strategies and plans to achieve organizational goals.

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Jerzy Supernat 2005-2023