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A power based on receiving for example a 'bonus'
reward power
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a manager is 'responsible' for the actions/mistakes for a subordinate
responsibility
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An organisation with few layers of hierarchy, short chain of command and wide spans of control
flat organisation structure
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a short-term, easily reversible decision, made usually by middle or junior managers
tactical
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AN organisation structure with many layers of hierarchy, long chain of command and narrow spans of control
tall organisation structure
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a decision made 'every day'
routine
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a power based on fear
coercive power
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decision made before there is a problem
proactive
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a power based on the managers position in the organisation
legitimate or position power
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The layers within the organisation structure reflecting the number of managers at different levels in the organisation
levels or layers of hierarchy
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a power based on knowledge, skills or experience
expert power
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route by which decisions and information are passed up and down the organisation structure
chain of command
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number of staff reporting to a manager
span of control
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organisation of a firm into teams based on a project
matrix structure
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a decision made very rarely
non-routine
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a subordinate is 'accountable' to a line manager
accountability
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a long-term, major decision which can not be easily reversed, made by senior managers
strategic
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a manager is 'responsible' for the actions/mistakes for a subordinate

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responsibility

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An organisation with few layers of hierarchy, short chain of command and wide spans of control

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a short-term, easily reversible decision, made usually by middle or junior managers

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AN organisation structure with many layers of hierarchy, long chain of command and narrow spans of control

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