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Objectives
1. An understanding of the organizing function
2. An appreciation for the complexities of determining appropriate
organizational structure
3. Insights into the advantages and disadvantages of division of labor
4. A working knowledge of the relationship between division of labor and
coordination
5. An understanding of span of management and the factors that
influence its appropriateness
6. An understanding of scalar relationships

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A Definition of Organizing
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Guidelines
Judiciously prepare and execute the operating plan
Organize the human and material facets
Establish a single competent, energetic guiding authority
Coordinate all activities and efforts
Formulate clear, distinct, and precise decisions
Arrange for efficient selection
Define duties
Encourage initiative and responsibility
Offer fair and suitable rewards for services rendered
Make use of sanctions against faults and errors
Maintain discipline
Ensure individual interests are consistent with organizations general interests
Recognize the unity of command
Promote both material and human coordination
Institute and effect controls
Avoid regulations, red tape, and paperwork
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A Definition of Organizing
The

Importance of Organizing

Responsibilities of an organizing department would include:


1. Reorganization plans to make management system more effective and efficient
2. Plans to improve managerial skills to fit current management system needs
3. An advantageous organizational climate within the management system
The

Organizing Process

1. Reflect
2. Establish
3. Divide
4. Allocate
5. Evaluate
The

Organizing Subsystem

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A Definition of Organizing

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Classical Organizing Theory


Webers

Bureaucratic Model
Structure
Authority

and Responsibility
Formal and Informal Structure
Departmentalization and Formal Structure: A Contingency Viewpoint
Functional Departmentalization
Product Departmentalization
Geographic Departmentalization
Customer Departmentalization
Manufacturing Process Departmentalization
Forces Influencing Formal Structure
1. Manager
2. Task
3. Environment
4. Subordinates
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Classical Organizing Theory


Division

of Labor

Advantages

and Disadvantages of Division of Labor


Division of Labor and Coordination

Folletts Guidelines on Coordination

Span

of Management

Designing

Span of Management:A Contingency Viewpoint

Similarity of functions
Geographic continuity
Complexity of functions
Coordination
Planning

Graicunas

and Span of Management


Height of Organization Chart
Scalar

Relationships

Fayols
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Guidelines on Chain of Command


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Questions
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