b. Evaluate how organizational functions (e.g., marketing, finance, human resources (HR), operations, etc) impact the organizational structure of your selected organization.
c. Explain how organizational design (e.g., geographic, functional, customer-based, product, service, hybrid, matrix, marketing channels, departmentalization) determines which structure best suits your selected organization's needs.
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//Effective organizational function plays an important role in leaving an impact on the organizational structure. The paper is all about evaluating organizational functions and designs that impacts the organizational structure. In order to do evaluation, organization selected is Nestle. We will move one step ahead and discuss all the important organizational functions in detail. //
In Marketing: The marketing of the company is strong, as it aims to satisfy customer's need. This is also the foundation of the company's environmental marketing approach. Environmental products related to advertising, promotional material and packaging are based on scientific elements and are used by the company in an appropriate way. Through effective marketing activities, workforce of Nestle aims to minimize wastage in communication, publicity and promotional material making the organization structure strong (Griffin & Moorhead, 2011). The people working under marketing team in the organization posses both technical skills and personal characteristics, which enable them to focus on future aspects also, so that the organization, can dwell well in the market in the near future. The organization structure of the company is sound because the marketing and sales teams work in coordination with each other and try to minimize the problems in the best possible way.
In Finance: In Finance, managers make sure that the company is able to achieve maximum profits through minimum cost. The top level management makes sure that enough inventories are available in the workplace, so that the amount of stock available is adequate and the customers are provided with the best services. Budget is prepared by the finance manager, so that all the financial activities are carried out throughout the year effectively and all the set targets are achieved. In addition to this, cost analysis is also prepared by the finance manager, so that he/she is able to ...
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