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Organizational Design Factor for The Optimal Use of Resources
Organizational Design Factor for The Optimal Use of Resources

Author(s): Mirko Tripunoski, Aleksandar Nikolovski, Maia Tripunoska
Subject(s): Social Sciences, Economy, Business Economy / Management, Sociology, Management and complex organizations
Published by: Университет за национално и световно стопанство (УНСС)
Keywords: Resources; Design Factors; Impact; Management
Summary/Abstract: The appropriate organizational design (plan) is an important factor in achieving optimum use of the resources of the organization, and to achieve the objectives. Organizational design involves dividing the working activities of the organization in certain areas and connecting and coordinating these areas forming a unified whole. The manner in which this is done will affect the nature of the Manager, as the responsibility he or she has a number of people to match the number of management levels within the organization and so on. In return, depending on whether the structure of the organization helps or hinders managers is an impact on the success of the organization. Also, this will affect the wider society, whether the organization is private or public sector or not, or profitable or unprofitable. This paper will process issues that influence and form the structure of the organization and will consider configurations that organizations have traditionally adopted. Will indicate how organizations in their needs to get the best "alignment" between their structure and environment in which operate, how to adopt new approaches to the structure and will also discuss the forms that they receive.

  • Page Range: 22-32
  • Page Count: 11
  • Publication Year: 2016
  • Language: English