WHY SHOULD ALL COMPANIES HAVE AN ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE?
Businesses as organizations directly or indirectly affect the micro-environment in which they operate. They have legal, civil, and social responsibility in the framework where they offer products or services, regardless of whether their ultimate purpose is profit. The consistency, efficiency and operational capability of an enterprise is mainly based on its organizational structure.
Organization within a business is the whole of its human potential that operates with a common vision, common goals and specific goals per person and per group. In this way there are contexts that are commonly called policies or processes, which in turn determine the actions in time as well as the effect of these. So every person is thus able to know why he / she is there, exactly what he / she should do and what you expect from him / her. He knows who to say, who to get help with and who to ask for anything.
The logic of the organizational structure of an enterprise, regardless of its size or object, attempts to coordinate all of these individual materials and intangible assets (i.e. resources), structures and infrastructures, so that businesses are ultimately profitable, governed by a good reputation, have happy employees, offer products or services with social extensions sometimes.
Still, the organizational structure helps business executives identify their responsibilities as well as the responsibilities of others, thus allowing for the avoidance of confusion about the position of each individual in the business. In this way, the company's hierarchy, divisions, responsibility assignments, company strategy and finally the number of job positions required, are accurately defined.