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Details: Which forces in the environment are most difficult for FMC Green River to manage? Why? In what way does the need to manage these forces influence the organization's structure and culture? Use the text, other materials, and your own experience to support your argument. If you use other sources, cite those using APA guidelines.

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Hi,

Interesting question! let's take a closer look.

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Let's look at several environmental factors for you to consider, which you can draw on for your final copy. I also attached an excellent APA resource.

1. Details: Which forces in the environment are most difficult for FMC Green River to manage? Why? In what way does the need to manage these forces influence the organization's structure and culture? Use the text, other materials, and your own experience to support your argument. If you use other sources, cite those using APA guidelines.

The purpose of this paper will be to explain how several forces in the environment will be most difficult for FMC Green River to manage, as well as how the need to manage these forces influence the organization's structure and culture. Let take a closer look at three factors to consider for this short paper. Like all academic papers, even a short paper, it should include an brief introduction including a purpose statement, the body, and a conclusion.

Green River could have several environmental forces that might be a challenge and difficult to manage, which will impact both the organization structure and the organizational culture. By definition, organizational structure "is the formal system of relationships that determines lines of authority and the tasks assigned to individuals and units." (Gomez, Mejia & Balkin, p.232). In other words, organization structure is comprised of functions, relationships, responsibilities, authorities, and communications of individuals within each department. Organizational culture is the personality of the organization and is also shaped by the organizational structure and by the ways employees think, feel, and behave toward each other with shared sets of values, beliefs, and norms and by the leadership style. "The concept of culture ...

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In reference to FMC Green River, the forces in the environment that are most difficult to manage are explained, as well as how the need to manage these forces influence the organization's structure and culture.

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