The higher management of a large multinational corporation is planning to restructure the organization. Currently, the organization is decentralized around geographical areas so that the executive responsible for each area has considerable autonomy over manufacturing and sales. The new structure will transfer power to the executives responsible for different product groups; the executives responsible for each geographic area will no longer be responsible for manufacturing but will retain control over sales activities.
Answer the following questions.
Will the higher management of corporation encounter any resistance to this restructuring? If yes, what type(s) of resistance?
history of social work strengthens this understanding through analysing the conceptual and genealogical fundamentals of the traditions of Social work. Undertaking research within specific areas contributes to the theoretical self- conception of social work which is necessary for the development of social work as a modern profession. Historical Content Before the Reformation, it was considered a religious duty for Christians to look after those in need. The Dissolution of the Monasteries ordered by Henry VIII between 1536 and 1540 led to dramatic religious and social change. Leaving many poor people without a place of refuge, after the Reformation many of the old values were lost and it became necessary to regulate the relief of poverty by law. Previously, parishes “Overseers of the poor” were responsible for collecting poor rate from local householders and distributing poor relief to those in need (Slack, 1995). Various laws were passed to deal with the prevalence of poverty during that era. It should be noted that, The Poor Laws Act 1601 was the most comprehensive and significant Act of the Old and Poor Laws during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I (Drinkall, 2011). The birthing of trade unions became legalised in 1824, when an influx of factory workers merged together with various associations to achieve better wages and working conditions, the objective for employees focused on protection and promotion. Before 1834, the cost of looking after the poor in England was increasing each year this, cost was paid for by the middle and upper classes in each town through their local taxes. In comparison to the previous Poor Law the New Poor Law ensured that the poor had a place of refuge in workhouses, were clothed and fed (Battersby, 2016 p.5). Children who entered the workhouse would receive some schooling. However, in return for this care, all workhouse paupers would have to work for several hours each day. Although, the Poor Law was supposed to be in the best interest of vulnerable people it can be debated that poor people were treated less favourably and harshly to the point of which genuinely poor, would voluntarily enter the Workhouse (Bangura, 2010). Which would suggest>GET ANSWER