Organizational Structure Analysis
An important trait to any organization in the business world of today is the functions within the organization. Overall, an organizing function of management outlines the practice in which individuals within the organization interact and work with each other. In this paper the discussion will be focused on the pros and cons of the three major horizontal structure types; Functional, Divisional, Matrix.
Commonly found in organizations are the pros of the horizontal structures. Functional Structure has its advantages ...view middle of the document...
The matrix structure faces its own disadvantages because it is faced with democracy and it leads to debates and not enough production. There is no set manager and the confusion arises when a person does not have a leader to whom they feel they can rely on.
Team B’s Employment
Having worked at United Blood Services going on eleven years, I feel I have experienced the all three structures at some point during my tenure at Blood Systems. The Functional structure at my workplace exists at my workplace because of job structure and how each specializes. The divisional structure exists because there are several divisions within the organization and they all operate differently depending on the need. Matrix structure also exists in my current job because there are too many chiefs and they all want to operate the center, however, they should have the best interest of the organization and not their own. The only structure that I can say has helped my current employment is functional structure, but having employees cross trained can help the organization with operations.
The hotel industry is operated and managed through structure. In my 10 years as Regional Manager, I’ve seen different forms of structure built and fall. Learning from past mistakes and experiences today the company operates under the divisional structure. As a corporation there is an operations...