Assignment of work
Handling motivation problems
Time management matrix
Line and staff organization
One-person with assistants
An organization that is spread out over diverse geographic locations.
An organization that has grown by acquiring other companies.
An organization that has few well-qualified and well-trained managers.
An organization that has an effective control system for monitoring performance.
Lower level managers have higher job satisfaction.
Decisions are made and implemented more expediently.
Top management has less control over day-to-day decision making.
Top management is free to focus on important organizational priorities.
Functional and divisional
Functional and customer
Customer and geographical
Product and geographical
Number of goals that an organization seeks to accomplish
Number of routine tasks an employee is assigned
Number of levels and managers in an organization
Percentage of employees retained by an organization
Is generally accepted to be 12 persons.
Is generally accepted to be 5–7 persons.
varies depending upon different organizational factors.
Is generally accepted to be 3–8 persons.
Unity of command.
Unity of direction.
Span of management.
Unity of command
Unity of direction
Subordination of the individual
Unity of command
Equal Employment Opportunity Act of 1972
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
Rehabilitation Act of 1973
Civil Service Reform Act of 1978
Prevention of lie detector use in worker's compensation cases only.
Incorporation of lie detector use for employee hiring and firing.
Incorporation of lie detector use in employee hiring but not investigations.
Prevention of lie detector use in most employment decisions.
Same types of information are gathered about all applicants.
Structure ensures that all questions are asked of all interviewees.
Interviews help minimize the personal bias of the interviewer.
Interviews encourage applicants to talk freely and in depth.