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Organizational Structure

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Organizational structure refers to the way in which a large company or organization is structured. For example, this includes the types of relationships that exist between managers and employees, or decision makers and workers. An organization can be structured in different ways according to its objectives. A company’s organizational structure has an impact on workplace culture.

See also Hierarchy, Organization, Reporting Relationships and Workplace Culture

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