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    Locate and review various organizational structures.

    Evaluate the differences in each structure and determine what would be the one, best suited for an organization

    Please help developing a 350- to 700-word Management Team section addressing three sub-sections:

    1. Management Team Members: This section details the current members of your management team and their backgrounds.
    2 Management Team Gaps: Particularly if you're a startup venture, you will have holes in your team; roles that you'd like to fill later.
    3. Identify such roles here, and the qualifications of the people you will seek later to fill them.
    Board Members: If you maintain a Board of Advisors or Board of Directors, detail your Board members and their bios in this section.

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    Various organizational structures.
    Evaluate the differences in each structure and determine what would be the one, best suited for an organization

    The three most common organizational structures in business are functional, divisional, and matrix organizational structure. The functional structure is predicated upon the organization possessing different units, which are each individually grouped in accordance with their individual purpose for the organization. Therefore, the organization may have different departments for different business functions such as marketing, sales, and production. Most small businesses that are start-ups rely upon a functional organizational structure because each department can rely on the talent and knowledge of its workers and support itself.
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    For larger companies, the more optimal organizational ...

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    A Management Team section is examined. Current members of the management team and their background is detailed.

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