Run the Organization Structure simulation.
Please help so I can develop a 1700-2100 word paper in which I discuss at least five structures in Organization Design and Organization Design Choices. The paper should include the following:
a. Explanation of the importance of organizational design choices.
b. Describe the characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of various organizational structures.
c. Assess the relationship between strategy, structure, and process in organizations.
d. Analyze the relationship between organization design and decision-making processes.
Be sure to properly cite text and use peer-reviewed research (text is peer-reviewed)!
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Below and attached are the comprehensive answers (same answers in 2 different formats) to your questions on Key Concepts of Organizational Design for the Synergetic Solutions simulation. I hope these help you in your studies.
Please Note: Please remember that this is a study guide and to use it as such. You still need to put your assignment in your own words. This has 2,184 words which means you can summarize, and paraphrase the information to fit your needs but I would advise that you do not turn it in word for word as your own work or you risk plagiarism. Good luck with your studies!
OTA # 105428
Organization Structure simulation
Organizational structure is the division of labor and the patterns of coordination, communication, workflow, and formal power that guide organizational activities. An organization's structure reflects the company's culture and power relationships and can establish new communication patterns and align employee behavior with the company's mission, vision and goals. The organizational structure enables effective communication and smooth workflow, but organizational culture is its underpinning. Organizational culture is the basic pattern of shared assumptions, values and beliefs that govern behavior within a particular organization. Organizational culture is a deeply embedded form of social control. It is the social glue that bonds people together and makes them feel part of the organizational experience. The culture of an organization should be compatible with its structure to ensure organizational success. Many teams fail because the organizational structure does not support them. Teams work better when there are few layers of management and teams are given autonomy and responsibility for their work (McShane & Von Glinow, 2004). Understanding and addressing the need for alignment of organizational structure and culture with a company's mission, vision and goals will help business leaders to craft effective strategies for successful change management, enabling them to deal with resistance to change effectively thus increasing the productivity of their organizations. This paper will explore several structures in organization design and organization design choices with emphasis on those that will best suit Synergetic Solutions, the company in the Organization Structure simulation.
Synergetic Solutions is an information technology (IT) solutions company in the business of system integration?assembling and reselling leading computers brands. It has 300 employees most of whom are in the sales and service departments in five locations throughout the East Coast. Most of Synergetic's employees have only basic computer assembling and troubleshooting skills, while a few higher-skilled individuals work as the specialists. Two years ago when the system integration market was suffering from stagnation Harold Redd, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Synergetic , pursued some ventures in the network solutions business of designing and implementing complex computing networks. He had four of Synergetic's brightest engineers trained and certified on networking technologies, a tactic which proved very profitable for the company. Recently Synergetic won a contract worth $1.2 million for designing a network, and contracts worth $5 million are already on the horizon. As a result, the networking solution business is now 20% of the total revenues of the company, which currently stand at $6 million. Encouraged by the early success of this tactic, Harold Redd has made an important strategic decision to focus on the networking solutions business and raise its revenues to 80% of total sales, which are targeted at $12 million at the end of the next nine months. He has also set quarterly growth targets for revenue and measures of employee involvement such as productivity and absenteeism, based on industry ...
This is a discussion of the Key Concepts of Organizational Design for the Synergetic Solutions simulation.
Differentiating between Market Structures Simulation
Economics, Cost-Benefit Analysis - Year 4
Differentiating between Market Structures Simulation
Prepare a table that compares and contrasts the various characteristics of the four market structures. Format the table as follows:
a. Column headings should be the four market structures:
1) Perfect competition
3) Monopolistic competition
b. Use the following Row headings to help explain the basis for your market characterization:
1) An example of a organization
2) Goods or services produced by the organization
3) Barriers to entry
4) Numbers of organizations
5) Price elasticity of demand
6) Economic profits (Is there a presence of economic profits? Yes or no.)
Based on your learning and the simulation, prepare a 1000-1400 word paper summarizing the content of the simulation. Address the following questions:
1) What are the advantages and limitations of supply and demand identified in the simulation?
2) Select an organization with which you are familiar. Identify the market structure of your selected organization. Evaluate the effectiveness of this structure for the organization.
3) Analyze how organizations in each market structure maximize profits.