Compare and Contrast Different Structure of Organisation and Culture

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Higher National Diploma in Business and Accountancy Unit 3: Organisations and Behaviour Edexcel BTEC Level 5 HND Business and Accountancy Unit 3 Assignment: Organisations and Behaviour Useful Websites: Section 1 Understanding the relationship between organisational structure and culture You will need to:  compare and contrast different organisational structures and culture Here you need to briefly describe the different types of organisational structure, and what different types/formats of culture can be found in organisations, and then compare and contrast them – what causes/creates each type, and positive factors / negative…show more content…
 compare the application of different motivational theories within the workplace You need to give a brief description of each, but then discuss in detail how they are (if they are) applied in the workplace, then move on to discuss how motivational theory relates to the way people are expected to manage today.  evaluate the usefulness of a motivation theory for Managers Here you need to – briefly – list an describe motivational theories, then select one and use that to give your view of how an understanding and application of that motivation theory can assist/support managers in their activities. Higher National Diploma in Business and Accountancy Unit 3: Organisations and Behaviour Section 4 Understanding the mechanisms for developing effective teamwork in organisations You will need to:  explain the nature of groups and group behaviour within Organisations Here you need to – briefly - explain the different group/team formal and informal structures, objectives, life-cycle stages, types of dynamics, and how all of these factors can affect the behaviour of groups/teams in the workplace.  discuss factors that may promote or inhibit the development of effective teamwork in organisations This needs to be looked at in a broad, lateral, way - for example, the structure of an organisation can affect team interactions/communications with other, important, teams - the management/leadership style of the
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