Organizational Behavior Case Analysis Of Coca-Cola

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Coca-Cola:
Organizational Behavior Case Analysis

Overview of the organization
The Coca-Cola Company is an American multinational beverage corporation. Its headquarters are in Atlanta, Georgia. It main products are non-alcoholic beverage concentrates and syrups. Coca-Cola has bottling subsidiaries and distributes its products worldwide, except Cuba & North Korea. Its flagship product is Coca-Cola. It employees 123,200 so far in 2016. Coca-Cola profits reached US$7.351 billion in 2015.

Analysis of the organization from an Organizational Behavior perspective
The nature of Diversity in the Organization
The Coca-Cola Company is structured on a global level with flexible adjustment features so as to comply with its regional markets sensitivity.
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The company is structured on a global level with flexible adjustment features so as to comply with its regional markets sensitivity. The structure is not only based on its internal factors but it also includes external factors that include their bottling subordinates.
Organizational Culture
The Coca-Cola Company also based its culture on enhancing and empowering its employee, this is so because the company consider employee as its most valuable asset.
Organizational Behavior issues that need to be adjusted
The Coca-Cola Company has an organised structure that foster employee involvement in all its aspect except for decision making which is considered to be a relatively inadequate decision-making practice in a global company of that nature.
The company’s decision making practice does not match with any of the company’s practices, the company operate on a decentralized practices only for the decision-making.

Possible Solutions • Frequent switch of directors to handle relevant tasks, this will enable them to think outside the box in given suggestions to the board on
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