An organisation structure defines how job, tasks are formally divided, grouped and coordinated. Managers need to address six key elements when they design their organisation's structure. Match List I with List II given below.
List I Refers to the six key elements encountered by managers in designing their organisation structure. List II Provides possible answer to address the key elements encountered in organisation designing.
List-I List-II
a. To what degree are activities sub-divided into separate jobs? 1. Span of Control
b. On what basis will jobs be grouped together? 2. Centralisation and Decentralisation
c. To whom do individuals and groups report? 3. Departmentalisation
d. How many individuals can a manager efficiently and effectively direct? 4. Work specialisation
e. Where does decision-making authority lie? 5. Chain of Command
f. To what degree will there be rules and regulations to direct employees and managers? 6. Formalisation

The right delegated to an individual or a department to control specified processes, practices, policies or other matters relating to activities under taken by persons in other departments is called

Match the following.
List-I List-II
a. Planning 1. Primary function
b. Directing 2. Supervision
c. Controlling 3. Manpower planning
d. Staffing 4. Break even analysis

Identify the type of communication network in which the information is communicated from a boss to his subordinate and vice-versa.

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