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Module 1: Objectifs et structures de gestion

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Business Management - Management structures and objectives

Management structures and objectives

Vertical management structure. IMAGE.

Horizontal management structure. IMAGE.

This resource covers management structures and objectives. It looks at the
corporate culture - and managment roles within that culture - as well as
organisational charts and policy development. This unit of work begins by
looking at organisational charts.

There are many different forms that these organisational charts may take.
The specific form drawn up by the organisation may be based on one of the
following types:

* hierarchical structure - specialisation within the organisation which
relies on a vertical or a pyramid style of power, authority and
decision-making

* functional, divisional and matrix structures - specialisation within
the organisation which relies on a horizontal style of power, authority and
decision-making

The functional structure or chart separates out the main areas of
responsibility for various functions within the organisation. These areas
(as covered and discussed in section _Different forms of large-scale
organisations and their management functions)_ may include:

* Human Resources

* Operations

* Marketing and Public Relations

* Banking and Finance

* General Administration.

The functional structure or chart separates out the main areas of
responsibility based on the various departments of sections of the
organisation. These departments may be based, in turn, on the types of
products manufactured or sold by the organisation; the various locations
from which the organisation operates; or the types of customers that the
organisation services or supplies.

The functional structure or chart separates out the main areas of
responsibility based on projects that the organisation is currently working
on.

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