Organizational Structure

Organizational structure has a very important part in all companies’ day to day functions.   An effective company structure will facilitate all decision making, control or scope managers have over operations. “The view of organizational functions as the means by which organizational goals can be achieved helps to focus the development of information systems on the effective support of specific organizational functions. The conceptual distinction between the goals that an organizational function pursues and the organizational unit that realizes it is essential to this endeavor. This distinction is particularly useful for the evaluation of the impact that the introduction of information technology has on the way in which an organization
functions and on its adaptability”(
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