Critically Analyze the Major Difference Between Bureaucratic vs Non-Bureaucratic Organizations.

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Critically analyze the major difference between Bureaucratic Vs non-bureaucratic organizations. A bureacratic organization is basically an organization run by the government. It is bureacratic for the reason that there is a lot of red tape involved. It means that for a single thing to be done it has to be passed through the different heads of departments. Thus it will go from the president to the Vice President to Managers to Subordinates under him and the list is continuous. For instance take example which relates to government assets. Let’s say you want to take used materials from any government institute i.e. (used cars), you will have to fill out and complete different forms and wait like for ever before you actually acquire obtain what you want. Bureaucracies are base on set-in-stone rules and guidelines, expressed and backed up with written work. Because they are so rigid, they are best-used in industries where changes do not often happen, where a set routine streamlines production and makes it efficient.

A non bureacratic organization is

1)Assess and select which style is suitable for your selected organization and why?

For our organization bureaucracy is the best style because bureaucracy has so much happening in it that everyone's responsibility must be clear. Because, everyone is responsible for answering to their managers and every manager is responsible for the actions of the people under him. Under this style bureaucracies have strict rules that cannot be bent or broken. This is to ensure that everyone in the organization sticks to their job, and that production and communication are kept to a single, unified standard.

2)Assess and examine the advantage and disadvantages of your selected style in your organization? As bureaucracy style the advantages include the increased control and monitoring of upper level management. The success of our organizations depend upon the wise decisions of top management. If the top management is good,...
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