Structure Pg. 1
Running Head: ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
Concepts in Organizational Behavior
Lionel de Souza
Structure Pg. 2 Introduction
In this paper we will be talking about organizational structure and cultures, and what strategies Ken Dailey will have to consider as he starts building on the team concept in the company. We will also talk about how to keep Green River moving forward in the facility and organizing the planning to make them successful. Organizational Structure
Organizational structure is a formal relationship between management and the employees. It is a way to motivate the employees and get them to working. It is also away to get employees to follow the company goals, and work together as a team. To make an organization work they need to have an organized structure to be able to run the company. The mission statement of the company goals need to be posted everywhere so that the employees can always see them. It is the foundation of the organizations structure. Aberdeen has a great structure going on by having the teams that supervise themselves and work together as a group. They vote for their team members and everybody gets a chance to be one. They have a family oriented environment and take care of problems as they arise. They have built there plant on trust. That is what makes it so special. Organizational Culture
Organizational culture is the personality the company wants to be seen as. Employees start to have the values of the company and begin to use them and become one with the company. It is like a system that includes "Inputs including feedback, society, professions, laws, stories, and heroes" (McNamara C. MBA, PhD) There has...
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