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What is product structure?
September 17, 2014 8:41PM
Product structure is a hierarchical decomposition of a product, typically known as the bill of materials. As business becomes more responsive to unique consumer tastes and derivative products grow to meet the unique configurations.
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What are worldwide area division structure and worldwide product division structure?
1. Worldwide product division structure - The worldwide product division structure is an organizational structure where the first division after the CEO is by product. 2. Worldwide area structure - The worldwide area structure is really the geographical division structure, and is an organizational structure where the first division after the CEO is by geographical area.
Why is organizational structure important What form of organizational structure is best suited to a custom made product produced in a stable environment and a mass product produced in an unstable?
What are the differences between perfect market structure and monopoly market structure?
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What are the advantages and disadvantages of product structure?
Some of the advantages and disadvantages of product structure are that product structure enables companies to remain flexible in the business environment. Businesses are able to remove or expand specific structures as necessary, but it can prevent companies from achieving broad based goals as each structured unit is operated on its own.
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Write the structure of the major organic product expected from each of the following reaction phenol and Na OH?
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When and under what conditions might managers change from a functional structure to a product structure or a geographic structure or a market structure?
Different strategies often call for the use of different organizational structures. A differentiation strategy aimed at increasing quality usually succeeds best in a flexible structure. [ This is a reason a manager might change from a functional to a product, geographic or market structure. A low-cost strategy aimed at driving down costs fares best in a more formal structure.
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The differences between a divisional organization and matrix organization?
Matrix Structure The matrix structure groups employees in the fields of function and product. Typically the matrix structure is focused around individual products, product lines or functions. For example, Product C and Product D separate structures with different chains of command: Each might include sales support, IT support, customer service support and operations support. The matrix structure is complex but allows for a focused approach to both products and functions. Divisional Structure The divisional structure is separated by nearly independent departments along the lines of product, market or geographic locations. The larger the organization, the more likely it has a divisional structure, which is simpler to manage and gives clearer lines of control. A company might have separate divisions for each product, each market area the company sells in or each geographic location where operations reside
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Why is Organisational structure important What sort of organisational structure best suited to custom made product produced in a stable environment a mass product produced in unstable environment?
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5 Describe the characteristics of an oligopoly market structure?
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Are zygotes capable of developing into a multicellular structure without fusion with another cell?
Yes they are, zygotes themselves are the product of fusion between two haploid gametes. These gametes fuse in order to develop into a multicellular structure, which they are unable to do unless they fuse. The product of their fusion is a zygote which is able to develop into a multicellular structure.
What are structure-oriented and functional-oriented learning?
What is divisional structure?
Product structure groups employees together based upon specific products produced by the company. An example of this would be a company that produces three distinct products, "product a", "product b", and "product c". This company would have a separate division for each product. Market structure groups employees together based upon specific markets in which the company sells. When I worked at the ISP, we also used a form of market structure. We sold internet access to individual consumers and business customers. So the sales and customer service departments were organized using market structure. Consumer sales and consumer customer service worked together, and corporate sales and corporate customer service worked together.
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How do you calculate the volume of the first layer of a cube structure?
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Planning is the basis of control action its essence delegation its key and information is the guide Discuss.?
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What is customer structure?
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What distinguishes a weak matrix from strong matrix?
In organizational management, a strong matrix is an organizational structure arranged around projects; a weak matrix is arranged around functional roles. For example, in a strong matrix structure, the resources might be organized to support Product A or Product B, in a weak matrix structure, the resources might be organized into Development or Manufacturing.