What are the implications of organizational structure & culture?
Discuss the implications of organizational structure & culture.
What stragegies will Kenneth Dailey need to consider as he plans to build intergroup relations and further develop the Green River facility organizationally?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 16, 2018, 5:31 pm ad1c9bdddf
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1. Discuss the implications of organizational structure & culture.
The implications of organizational structure and culture are many. They either support growth and innovation or supports rigidity and isolation. The first is a culture of growth and innovation, which has been reported as fostering high employee morale, motivation and job satisfaction, which leads to increased productivity. This is often associated with the participatory style management (flattened organizational structure like Aberdeen) and the team approach where decision-making is shared equally across all team players. Conversely, a culture of rigidity (usually hierarchical organizational structure associated with autocratic/authoritarian like Green River), suspicion and isolation fosters low employee morale, motivation and job satisfaction, which are reported as leading to workplace conflict and low productivity in the workplace.
2. What strategies ...
In reference to Kenneth Dailey at FMC Green River, this solution discuss the implications of organizational structure and culture and the strategies that Kenneth Dailey will need to consider as he plans to build intergroup relations and further develop the Green River facility organizationally. Supplemented with two articles on intergroup relations and communication for Dailey to consider.
Continue your analysis for Kenneth Dailey of FMC Green River by focusing on employee motivation, using the Step by Step Analysis.
Analysis for Kenneth Dailey of FMC Green River by focusing on employee motivation, using the Step by Step Analysis.
Step #1 Introduction and Background
Step #2 Organizational Analysis
Step #3 Alternatives and Recommendations
Step #4 Implementation with a Contingency Plan
The topics to analyze for this unit are the following:
Job Design and Goal Setting
Keep in mind the differences that exist between FMC Green River and FMC Aberdeen. Continue to think in terms of the job design/goal setting in both facilities. What about differences in pay, performance appraisals, and developing a career path? As you develop the recommendations consider what would work at the Green River facility and why? How will your changes be implemented?
Explain why these recommendations for FMC Green River can or cannot be effective at other companies.
Use the course material and other materials (e.g., articles, books, journals, etc.) to support your argument. If applicable, include your own personal experience to also support your argument. Use the APA guidelines when citing and referencing your sources.