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Study of factors affecting Organization Structure in CIMS Hospital, Ahmedabad

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Introduction:
Organizational structure is the framework companies use to outline their authority and communication processes. The framework usually includes policies, rules and responsibilities for each individual in the organization. Several factors affect the organizational structure of a company. These factors can be internal or external. Small business owners must be responsible for creating their companies organizational structure framework. Business owners may use a management consultant or review information from the Small Business Administration before setting up their organizational structure.

Size
The larger an organization becomes, the more complicated its structure. When an organization is small — such as a single retail store, a two-person consulting firm, or a restaurant — its structure can be simple.

In reality, if the organization is very small, it may not even have a formal structure. Instead of following an organizational chart or specified job functions, individuals simply perform tasks based on their likes, dislikes, ability, and/or need. Rules and guidelines are not prevalent and may exist only to provide the parameters within which organizational members can make decisions. Small organizations are very often organic systems.

As an organization grows, however, it becomes increasingly difficult to manage without more formal work assignments and some delegation of authority. Therefore, large organizations develop formal structures. Tasks are highly specialized and detailed rules and guidelines dictate work procedures. Intraorganizational communication flows primarily from superior to subordinate, and hierarchical relationships serve as the foundation for authority, responsibility, and control. The type of structure that develops will be one that provides the organization with the ability to operate effectively. That's one reason larger organizations are often mechanistic—mechanistic systems are usually designed to maximize specialization and improve efficiency.

Number of Pages of Project Report: 51
Package Includes: Synopsis/Project Proposal + Project Report
Project Format: Document (.doc)

Table of Contents of Project Report:
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER 2: LITERATURE REVIEW
CHAPTER 3: COMPANY PROFILE- CARE INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, AHEMDABAD
CHAPTER 4: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
CHAPTER 5: DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION
FINDINGS
RECOMMENDATIONS
CONCLUSION
FUTURE DIRECTIONS FOR FURTHER RESEARCH
SCOPE AND LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY
ANNEXURE I: QUESTIONNAIRE
ANNEXURE II: REFERENCES


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