Organizational Structure Of An Organization

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Introduction All the organization has its own organizational structure, cultural theory, leadership style to operate its work process efficiently. In real world organizational structure, culture, leadership seems different in speaking, spelling even in meaning but in an organization those three words are linked to each other very closely. Because the way any organization structures and runs on leadership will determine the culture of that place. Structural Types the organizational structure is the hierarchy of people and functions. By looking at organizational structure anyone can know about the structure of that organization. Although any organization can follow a particular structure but its departments and teams can follow other organizational structure. Sometimes organizations follow a combination of structures. There is several type of structure as follows, 1.Functional Structure: In this kind of organizational structure companies forms group of people that has similar knowledge and skills according to their needs. This makes it possible to become specialist in their field. As specialists at their work they perform the work with efficiency and that increases the production of the company. Because of the nature of this structure the possibility of getting promotion is very high that’s also motivates them to work hard. All the functions heads directly reports to the CEO of the company. Because of being specialists in their function they may find it difficult to work in other functions. In this structure functions don’t have an overview of the whole company that’s why the can focus on their goals rather than companies goal. 2. Divisional Structure: divisional structure is typically used in larger companies for operating in a ... ... middle of paper ... ...l Needs: this one include all the basic need that a human being need for survival like food, water, sleep, breathing, sex etc.  Safety needs: this one includes security of body, employment, resources, health etc. they are important for living but not as physiological needs.  Love/belonging needs: this one includes being accepted by love ones, family and friends .  Esteem needs: after satisfying the first three needs this one comes and it includes thing like social recognition, achievements etc.  Self-actualization: this is the height level of hierarchy. These people are self-aware, creative, problem solver etc. these people don’t care about others opinion (Motivation and Personality,1987) Two factors theory:  Motivators: work, recognition, responsibility, promotion, growth which gives positive satisfaction that help to motivate themselves for working harder
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