Organizational resources are all assets that a corporation has available to use in the production process. There are four basic types of organizational resources: human resources, capital resources, monetary resources an... More »

Some examples of organizational problems include poor workforce productivity, interpersonal conflicts among employees, difficulty adjusting to change, disagreements on job duties, competition for departmental resources, ... More »

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 »

Physical resources are the material assets that a business owns, including buildings, materials, manufacturing equipment and office furniture. Physical resources can be sold if a business is facing a cash flow issue. More »

Financial controls are the policies and procedures put into place by a business or organization to track, manage and report its financial resources and transactions. Financial controls include, but are not limited to, in... More »

Some advantages of the division of labor include increased worker efficiency and lower production costs, while some disadvantages include decreases in employee motivation and individual workers slowing the production pro... More »

An organization chart is a diagram that shows the structure of an organization. It includes the relationships and the relative roles of the company's departments and employees. Organization charts are used as communicati... More »