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Organizational Structure:

Organization is a system made up by individuals who share common purpose, it


provides vision and focus a specific goals.
Structure is defined as a level of structure which defines how the work divided.
Organizational Structure relies on two things such as the company and the project, the
structure assists to describe the tasks and responsibilities of the associates who are in the work
group, section, company. It is usually a method of responsibilities and recording policies in the
provided associates of the group in a way when implementing projects
1.Thoroughly explain the diagram.
Self-contained unit structure is also called as Divisional Structure. It is an organizational
structure that divides an organization and creates vertical silos in the organization, each
division has a business goal different from each other but complimentary to the goals of the
organization.
>Central Management and support Services - the divisions have control over their day-to-day
operations, they still are answerable to a central authority that provides the overall strategy for
the organization and coordinates its implementation among the divisions. This is where the
head of each divisions reports to the top authorities.
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2. Give at least 3 possible organizational goals of this type of structural model.
Organizational Goals:
1. Specialize and focus its efforts on its particular product
2. Provide a great deal of flexibility for the overall organization because each division
operates separately and focuses on the most pressing issues facing it.
3. Easier to pinpoint problems in the overall organization and measures each division’s
performance.
3. What would be the leadership style, member behaviors and organizational culture that can
be applied in this type of structural model.

Leadership style: is considered a function of two types of behavior, support behavior and
directive behavior, first is people oriented and the second towards tasks. Leadership styles can
be categorized into four sectors, depending on the maturity of subordinates.

>An autocratic leader- holds singular authority in an organization. This is a common leadership
style in which all key decisions go through a top figure and in which most members of the
organization answer to a hierarchy that leads up to this figure. While autocratic leadership is
rarely very popular with employees, it’s the preferred strategy in organizations where
employees perform streamlined functions, where control is more critical to success than
creativity, and where there is scant threshold for error. The autocratic leader prefers to take
charge, and while he or she may be receptive to input and feedback, this individual will make all
final decisions according to personal discretion.
Member Behavior:
When a company has disparate client categories, product lines or locations, it makes sense to
divide employees into groups dedicated to a single concern. Doing this naturally decentralizes
power, as each division has power over its particular concern. Indeed, each division operates as
a small business unit, and managers respond by learning to behave like leaders.
Organizational Culture:
>Market Culture -This is a results-based organization that emphasizes finishing work and
getting things done. People are competitive and focused on goals. Leaders are hard drivers,
producers, and rivals at the same time. They are tough and have high expectations. The
emphasis on winning keeps the organization together. Reputation and success are the most
important. Long-term focus is on rival activities and reaching goals. Market penetration and
stock are the definitions of success. Competitive prices and market leadership are important.
The organizational style is based on competition.
>Hierarchy Culture -This is a formalized and structured work environment. Procedures decide
what people do. Leaders are proud of their efficiency-based coordination and organization.
Keeping the organization functioning smoothly is most crucial. Formal rules and policy keep the
organization together. The long-term goals are stability and results, paired with efficient and
smooth execution of tasks. Trustful delivery, smooth planning, and low costs define success.
The personnel management has to guarantee work and predictability.