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Organizational design : a step-by-step approach

Autor: Richard M Burton; Børge Obel; Gerardine DeSanctis
Verlag: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2011.
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"In today's volatile business environment, it is more important than ever that managers, whether of a global multinational or a small team, should understand the fundamentals of organizational design. Written specifically for executives and executive MBA students, the new edition of this successful book provides a step-by-step 'how to' guide for designing an organization. It features comprehensive coverage of the  Weiterlesen…
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Titel: Organizational design : a step-by-step approach /
Datenbankname: WorldCat
Alle Autoren: Richard M Burton; Børge Obel; Gerardine DeSanctis
ISBN: 9781107004481; 1107004489; 9780521180238; 0521180236
Anmerkungen: Bibliografie: Includes bibliographical references and index.

University of KwaZulu-Natal Library Notizen:
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Beschreibung: xiv, 258 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Inhalt: Step 1 Geetting Started 1 -- 1 Define the scope of the organization and assess its goals 3 -- Introduction: The executive challenge of designing the organization 3 -- Overview of this book 4 -- The information-processing view 6 -- Select an organization for analysis 9 -- Define the scope of the organization 9 -- Assess the organization's goals 11 -- Diagnostic questions 14 -- Misfits and balancing competing design dimensions 15 -- Summary 17 -- Glossary 18 -- Where are you in the step-by-step approach? 18 -- Step 2 Strategy 21 -- 2 Strategy 23 -- Introduction 23 -- Reactor 25 -- Defender 26 -- Prospector 28 -- Analyzer without innovation 29 -- Analyzer with innovation 31 -- Diagnostic questions 32 -- Fit and misfits 35 -- Summary 36 -- Glossary 37 -- 3 Environment 38 -- Introduction 38 -- Calm environment 45 -- Varied environment 46 -- Locally stormy environment 47 -- Turbulent environment 48 -- Diagnostic questions 48 -- Fit and misfits 51 -- Summary 53 -- Glossary 53 -- Where are you in the step-by-step approach? 54 -- Step 3 Structure 57 -- 4 The configuration and complexity of the firm 59 -- Introduction 59 -- Configuration 60 -- Simple configuration 61 -- Functional configuration 63 -- Divisional configuration 65 -- Matrix configuration 68 -- Organizational complexity 71 -- Blob 72 -- Tall 73 -- Flat 74 -- Symmetric 75 -- Diagnostic questions 75 -- Fit and misfits 77 -- Summary 83 -- Glossary 83 -- 5 Distributed organizations 85 -- Introduction 85 -- Structures for spanning geography 87 -- Global 89 -- International 90 -- Multi-domestic 91 -- Transnational 93 -- Structures for managing knowledge exchange 94 -- Ad hoc communications 96 -- Informated 97 -- Cellular 97 -- Network 98 -- Diagnostic questions 99 -- Fit and misfits 102 -- Summary 105 -- Glossary 105 -- Where are you in the step-by-step approach? 106 -- Step 4 Process and People 109 -- 6 Task design 111 -- Introduction 111 -- Orderly 115 -- Complicated 116 -- Fragmented 117 -- Knotty 118 -- Diagnostic questions 119 -- Fit and misfits 120 -- Summary 123 -- Glossary 123 -- 7 People 124 -- Introduction 124 -- Shop 127 -- Factory 128 -- Laboratory 129 -- Office 130 -- Diagnostic questions 131 -- Fit and misfits 132 -- Summary 135 -- Glossary 136 -- 8 Leadership and organizational climate 137 -- Introduction 137 -- Leadership style 138 -- Maestro 139 -- Manager 140 -- Leader 141 -- Producer 141 -- Organizational climate 142 -- Group 145 -- Internal process 145 -- Developmental 147 -- Rational goal 148 -- Diagnostic questions 149 -- Fit and misfits 152 -- Adapting for better performance in the short run 155 -- Transforming climate in the longer run 157 -- Summary 159 -- Glossary 159 -- Where are you in the step-by-step approach? 160 -- Step 5 Coordinational and Control 163 -- 9 Coordination, control, and information systems 165 -- Introduction 165 -- Coordination and control systems 167 -- Family 169 -- Machine 170 -- Market 171 -- Clan or mosaic 172 -- Information systems 174 -- Event-driven 176 -- Data-driven 177 -- People-driven 177 -- Relationship-driven 179 -- Diagnostic questions 180 -- Fit and misfits 183 -- Summary 187 -- Glossary 188 -- 10 Incentives 190 -- Introduction 190 -- Personal pay 195 -- Skill pay 196 -- Bonus-based 197 -- Profit-sharing 199 -- Diagnostic questions 200 -- Fit and misfits 202 -- Summary 205 -- Glossary 206 -- Where are you in the step-by-step approach? 206 -- Applying the Step-by-step Approach in a Dynamic World 209 -- 11 Design dynamics: managing change 211 -- Introduction 211 -- Where are you in the step-by-step approach? 211 -- What should you change first? Make changes within each step 214 -- What should you change second? Make changes between steps 215 -- Why change? Should we live with some misfits? .215 -- What are the benefits of change? 216 -- What are the difficulties of change? 217 -- Managing misfits over time 220 -- The financial crisis 2008-10 224 -- Dynamic fit and time 226 -- The organizational life cycle 230 -- Summary 232 -- Glossary 232 -- 12 New forms and multi-unit organizations: Building on the fundamentals 233 -- Introduction 233 -- Multi-organization: multiple units of analysis 234 -- The multi-organization step-by-step approach 236 -- Joint venture 237 -- Merger 239 -- Strategic alliance or partnership 243 -- Summary 245 -- Glossary 245 -- References 246 -- Index 252.
Verfasserangabe: Richard M. Burton, Børge Obel, Gerardine DeSanctis.
Jahr: 2011.
Verlag: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press,
Standardnummern: LCCN: 2010053595; Nationalbibliothek: 015776379
Gruppenbeschreibungen: LC-Class Nr.: HD31; Dewey-Nr.: 302.3/5
OCLC-Nr.: 695683660
Nummer des Lokalsystems
(Sirsi) i9781107004481
(Sirsi) 988883

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"In today's volatile business environment, it is more important than ever that managers, whether of a global multinational or a small team, should understand the fundamentals of organizational design. Written specifically for executives and executive MBA students, the new edition of this successful book provides a step-by-step 'how to' guide for designing an organization. It features comprehensive coverage of the key aspects of organizational design, including goals, strategy, process, people, coordination, control and incentives. These aspects are explained through the use of a unique series of 2 x 2 graphs that provide an integrated, spatial way to assess and plan organizational design. The new edition features a number of important improvements, including a new framework for understanding leadership and organizational climate, the introduction of the concept of manoeuvrability and a completely new chapter examining joint ventures, mergers, partnerships and strategic alliances"--Provided by publisher.
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