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    What are the advantages and disadvantages of the resource-based approach versus the goal approach for measuring organizational effectiveness?

    What conditions usually have to be present before an organization should adopt a matrix structure?

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    //In the business organizations different approaches are followed for the purpose of measuring organizational effectiveness. In this series two approaches are discussed in the following section; namely resource based approach and goal approach in terms of their advantages and disadvantages. The following discussion is including analysis of both approaches.//

    Goal versus Resource Based Approach

    Evaluation of the organizational effectiveness is mainly done in order to assure the business existence of the organization. In this series two approaches are followed by the management people namely resource based approach and goal approach. Both approaches have their specific advantages or disadvantages (Daft, 2007). Resource based approach is defined as an economical tool that is applied to find out the strategically resources available to an organization, in order to accomplish the pre defined goals of the firm. The main advantage of the resource based approach is it helps in reaching the sustainable competitive advantage and also renders theoretical postulates of great values regarding ...

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