Internal and External Factors Paper

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Organizational Structure

Organizational Structure
Google is one of the largest and well-known companies in the technology industry. They have been known for their search engine for many years now. Also, Google has expanded their business into several other areas in technology from smart phones, tablets, android, and business software. Google’s search engine is known for reliably getting its users the information they want. One unique aspect that Google has is its business organizational structure is that it is flat and formed up into project teams, unlike most businesses.
Google has an organizational structure which is different from most companies. It is made up of many stockholders like most companies, however, the founders Sergey
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You can be serious without a suit. Great just is not good enough. These ten principles are a much laid back atmosphere, not top down, approach to the structure of a company. However, this is the way Brin and Page want Google to be organized and works well for the company. This is a very democratic and simple way to design a company.
The way Google has structured its management and divided the stock has put Brin and Page in a position to which they will be able to retain most of the power of the company aside from stockholders, whereas management will remain flat under them. The questions that the other stockholders have about the way the company is structured will not have an effect on the future of Google. Stockholders will have very little say in the decisions of how to run the company.
Google faces a large amount of competition in the technology industry, but with their management style believe that they can keep the best and brightest people. This is a company believes in teamwork and being able to keep everyone happy, not just the customers. This will enable them to keep workers who enjoy their jobs and want to put their full effort into making Google the best company in tech. Brin and Page are very determined to not only keep up with other companies in the industry but also to surpass them in all areas of technology that Google competes in. However, Brin does believe that a company tends to self destruct when they are obsessed with their competition.
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