By definition, an organizational culture describes how the activities in an organization such as coordination, allocation and supervision are oriented towards achievement of the aims of said organization. It is also the perspective though which people see the organization. Organizations are structured in many different ways and this is of course dependent on the organization’s objectives. This is according to Alvesson (2012). Universities are organizations that are organized by departments. These include business, engineering, biology and political science among others. This paper will discuss some aspects of university organizational structure.
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It is unlikely that the environment will lead to any changes in the structure. So long as elements such as economics and finance have many aspects in common, it will make sense to have them in the same department, business. University structures are therefore likely to remain the same.
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