Organizational Structure

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Or The Home Depot’s Organizational Structure Danielle Weadd MGT/230 December 10, 2012 Chenise Hamilton Introduction To have a successful organization, companies need to have an organizational structure. Organizational structure is used as a foundation to ensure each department as well as employees knows the proper direction to take. The Home Depot is one of the largest home improvement retailers in the world. Home Depot is one company that incorporates organizational structure in their day- to -day business. The Home Depot organization will be evaluated to compare and contrast the impact of organizational structure. The Home Depot The Home Depot was founded in 1978 by Bernie Marcus and Arthur Blank. The Home Depot began…show more content…
For example, within the human resources department, all HR will share information and support the training and development of each employee. CEO The Home Depot’s Corporate Hierarchy Four Division Presidents Northern Division, Western Division, Southern Division, Canada SVP-Merchandising, Marketing, and Global Supply Chain Human Resource The District Human Resources Manager (DHRM) plays a key role in establishing a customer service culture by driving the effective execution of Human Resources processes. The DHRM is responsible for the planning and delivery of processes for talent management, performance management, and associate engagement for a district of six through twelve stores, with the goal of developing a workforce that achieves excellence in driving business results, customer service, and Company Values. DHRMs provide coaching and advisement to district/regional leaders, store leaders, and Associate Support Department Supervisors (ASDS). The DHRM also works as a contributing and flexible member of the district team by assisting other team members in meeting workload demands (home depot). The company offers a range of training courses, leadership programs, mentoring programs, promotion opportunities, and tuition reimbursement to associates. The Human Resources manager must stay on top of job analysis, making a difference, and continual development. Organizational Design The organizational
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