A functional organizational structure is one in which an organization is divided into different departments or functional work activities. Common functions include operations, accounting, marketing, information technolog... More »

Organizational structure is defined as the way a company arranges the employees and positions to allow for the most affective amount of work to be performed. This varies on the size of the company and the number of emplo... More »

Organizational functions within a company, which can be thought of as the different "departments," such as marketing, human resources and information technology, impact the organizational structures of that company becau... More »

Organizational restructuring is the process by which an organization changes its internal structure by revamping departments, ownership, or operations and processes. The purpose of restructuring is to make the organizati... More »

The Ryanair organizational structure features an 11-person board that includes the CEO and chairman, the CFO and pilot, marketing and customer service teams who answer to the CEO, and the digital, human resources, custom... More »

Matrix organizational structure is a method for constructing the reporting chain in a business that deviates from the standard linear model to intermix employees and managers from different departments. The structure can... More »

A functional organizational chart is a chart with very little top management shown, and workers shown are divided by departments below. This represents a top-down authority structure. More »

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