A measurement of the configuration of a building enterprise management structure/Statybos įmonės valdymo struktūros konfigūracijos matavimas
The configuration of a building enterprise management structure represents the outer form of a management system and is determined by two main principles of organizational formation, namely by specialization and coordination. The configuration may be measured by an organigram of an enterprise, i.e. by a graphical figure of a management system.
A management system can be quantitatively characterized by 2 values: an average number of hierarchical management level and an average number of institutions at one hierarchical level.
A generalized index of a building enterprise management structure configuration may be expressed by the product or ratio of the above-mentioned values. Which of them reflects better the real situation? Only an empirical investigation can reveal it.
First Published Online: 26 Jul 2012
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