How To Present An Understanding Organizational Structure Course
This Understanding Organizational Structure Course is an easy and fun course used in various training workshops, meetings, and activities. It is suited for groups of 12-15 people but can be applied to larger groups by forming smaller groups. It only needs about a day to present the content.
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A well-defined organizational structure is widely seen as essential to organizational success.
This Understanding Organizational Structure course begins by introducing key organizational concepts. The main dimensions of organizational structure. It then explores force and form within organizations.
The course then introduces six models of organizational structure.
Who Should Attend
This course will target the needs of line staff, team members, managers, and human resource professionals.
At the end of this course, your delegates will be able to:
- Understand the key organizational concepts.
- Identify the main dimensions of organizational structure.
- Appreciate the concepts of force and form within organizations.
- Detail six models of organizational structure.
There are three key sections of this course.
You can use the content to:
- Focus on structures within organizations.
- Explore a clear picture of why these structures exist.
- Examine key concepts through practical exercises and various management theories.
- Outline a robust introduction to the types of existing structures.
- Discover what underpins organizational structures.
- Discuss the division of labor. And how this can impact an organization.
- Outline the fundamentals of organizational structure.
- List the benefits of structuring organizational activities to achieve the goals of an organization.
- Define what an organization is.
- Introduce key concepts and dimensions of organizational structure.
2. Mintzberg’s Theory
- Identify the fundamental concepts of organizational structure as proposed by Henry Mintzberg.
- Discuss five structural configurations (simple structure<, machine bureaucracy, professional bureaucracy, divisionalized form, and adhocracy).
- Introduce the seven forces (direction, efficiency proficiency, concentration, innovation, cooperation, and competition.
3. Six models of organizational structure
Understanding Organizational Structure Course Overview
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Why We Created This Organizational Structure Skills Course
Organizational structure skills are a collection of essential organizational development skills needed in the workplace.
And we’re pleased to share some reasons why we’ve seen a focus on these skills emerge.
- Any time you sit down to list the reasons why organizational skills are essential in the workplace, you’re going to find some interesting research vying for the top positions. The recent LinkedIn Learning Study must occupy the top spot. This study revealed that 62% of CEOs surveyed prioritize learning in their organization in the US. You probably won’t find more evidence for the need to invest in organizational structure skills should they be absent in the teams you support.
- Add to this research a Clear Company Report that highlighted that 74% of employees say that a lack of professional development is preventing them from reaching their full potential. A clear marker of the need for investment in learning and development.