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Name and briefly describe the three components to organization structure.

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Organization structure refers to how a firm is organized, including the policies and procedures used for coordinating various activities, such as organizational design, decision autonomy, and division of labor. It refers to how the organization is put together, who will make the decisions, and who will do the work.

Organizational design: this refers to either a vertical or horizontal or departmentalization division of labor. For this, you can imagine a pyramid, so the more layers or levels, the higher the authority is pushed, ...

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