We looked at 3 basic types of Organizational Structures (before we added more complexity to them) They
- Simple Structure
- Functional Structure
- Divisional Structure
So, for each of these “structures”, please give me a real-world firm that follows that structure.
You can either give me examples that you KNOW to follow these structures … OR … give examples that you
think SHOULD follow these structures.
However either way, briefly explain why the structure is a fit for the firm.
Part 2 – Chapter 11
- Firms that fail to behave in an ethical manner can incur high costs. What are some of these costs and what
is their source?
- Identify a CEO (or any leader within a firm) whose leadership you admire. What is it about his/her skills,
attributes, and effective use of power that causes you to admire that person?
Matthies, J., & Mourning, T. (2015). Two is Enough. Running Press. Two is Enough is a simple rhyming text with illustrations that follows different types of families made up of just two. Without using the word family or relationship specifics like mom, dad, parent or grandparent this book shows adult/child relationships using a variety of cultures, ages and genders. Using a range of small family dynamics like a father and son, father and daughter, grandmother and grandson and mother and daughter, it shows them doing everyday things together and things like playing in the snow, rainy-day rides, double scoop treats and playing in leaves. Two is Enough shows thriving one-parent families and lots of attention for the child. Two is perfect in the winter for riding bikes on a rainy day, shopping at the market and having a fun birthday celebration. Two is perfect in spring too when planting seeds or picking bouquets. In the summer, two is just right for ice cream treats and building sand castles. When fall arrives, two is right for crashing in leaves, carving pumpkins and roasting marshmallows. Two is just right the whole year long. Two is definitely enough for a warm family, full of love, support and comfort that every child needs. There is nothing that a loving family of two cannot do! My Ol’ Man Picture Book/Nonfiction Polacco, P. (1999). My Ol’ Man. Puffin Books. My Ol’ Man is a book about the authors father and the stories he used to tell her and her brother. He was always telling stories and the best one is about the magic rock. Along with her father, brother and Gramma they are going through a tough time but together as a family they believe something magical will happen to help their family. They believe the magic is in a rock and at the end of the story they realize the magic was deep within themselves. Her father is a traveling salesman from Michigan>GET ANSWER