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Types of organizational structures in a company

 

Manuals dedicated to company management single out different business models for large and small businesses:

MODEL 1 – TALL  – big companies (characteristics):

  • High level of employee polarization
  • Better opportunities for employee promotion
  • Degree of specialization
  • Easy replacement of an employee

 

      MODEL 2 – FLAT – small companies (characteristics):

  • Low level of formalism
  • More difficult path to promotion
  • A secure structure from the employee’s point of view (they are harder to replace)

 

      MODEL 3 – CONGOLOMERATE STRUCTURE – big companies (characteristics):

  • Focuses on a variety of areas such as banking, energy, television and insurance
  • One business = amalgamation of different market sectors
  • Individual sectors can finance one another

 

      MODEL 4 – MULTIPLE STRUCTURE – big and medium sized companies (characteristics):

  • One sector but two different industries, such as magazines, the Internet, multimedia games, printing services
  • Savings, consolidation of purchases, such as paper

Characteristics:

  • Team Leasing is the most common – involves a minimum number of native workers, majority of them are managers looking for subcontractors to commit to certain projects
  • Lack of a physical presence
  • Is based on contacts and relationships with the environment
  • Difficult communication between the different areas of the company