Identifying Appropriate Organizational Structure
Organizational structure affects performance management. An appropriate organizational
structure is a prerequisite for the attainment of satisfactory performance, while a
wrong structure is a guarantee for non-performance as it creates friction and frustration.
What is an appropriate organizational design for a result-based management system? Is
it the option of centralization, decentralization or a proper mix of the two? An
appropriateness of a structure varies in accordance with a number of factors, which are
specific to context, organizational objectives, programs and functions to be performed.
EPMC identifies and recommends to you an appropriate organizational structure by
analysing important determinants.