An organisational structure refers to the hierarchical arrangement of lines of authority, communications and duties within a business. It determines how roles, power, and responsibilities are assigned and how information flows between different levels of management.
The choice of structure depends on factors such as the business's size, goals, culture, and industry. A well-designed structure can help improve efficiency, communication, and decision-making, while a poorly designed one can lead to confusion, conflicts, and inefficiencies.
Benefits of Organisational Structuring
Streamlined Business Operations
Improved Decision Making
The Operation Of Multiple Locations
Improved Employee Performance
Focused Customer Service and Sales
Organisational Structuring and Organisational Design are two related but different services.
Organisational Structuring refers to the hierarchical arrangement of roles, responsibilities, and reporting relationships within a business.
In contrast, Organisational Design is a broader term that encompasses not only the structure of an organisation but also its systems, processes, and culture.