This Course is Designed For:
 Board of Directors;
 Chief Executive Officers (CEOs);
 Chief Executives;
 Chief Financial Officers (CFOs);
 Chief Secretaries;
 Company Secretaries;
 Corporate Managers;
 Divisional Heads;
 Entrepreneurs;
 Executive Directors;
 Executive Vice Presidents;
 Human Resource Managers;
 Human Resource Directors;
 Management Graduates;
 Management Lecturers;
 Managing Directors;
 Middle Managers;
 Non-Executive Directors;
 Organisational Development Practitioners;
 Organisational Resource Directors;
 Senior Managers;
 Senior Project Managers;
 Senior Resource Managers;
 Supervisors;
 University Vice Chancellors;
 Venture Capitalists;
 Individuals with a genuine interest in Issues associated with Organisational Structure and Control, and General Management, towards Enhanced Organisational Effectiveness.
Duration: 6 Days
By the conclusion of the specified learning and development activities, delegates will be able to:
 Apply the concept of Equifinality in organisational control;
 Appropriately define organisational structure;
 Contextualise Standardisation of Work Process;
 Delineate the Importance of Communication in Organisation;
 Delineate the relationship between organisational structure and leader and organisational flexibility;
 Delineate the relationship between Organisational Structure and Organisational Control Function;
 Demonstrate an awareness of the fundamental issues associated with Organisational design and their implications for effective organisational functioning;
 Demonstrate their ability to encourage the type of superior-subordinate relationship which will be conducive to organisational success
 Demonstrate their understanding of the different bases of co-ordination;
 Demonstrate their understanding of the factors associated with leadership Style Ascription;
 Design an organisation adhering to the principles of horizontal and vertical relationship;
 Determine how management information systems support organisational control;
 Determine the cybernetic value of computerised information system in general organisational functioning and specifically management control system;
 Determine the level of worker autonomy to permit when dealing with highly motivated staff;
 Determine the place of mutual adjustment, as a co-ordinating mechanism within specific organisational settings – determined by their sizes and stages of development, and work process;
 Directly associate the Levels of Worker Autonomy and Managerial Control with Organisational Effectiveness;
 Discuss the co-ordinating mechanism in a simple structure;
 Distinguish between different organisational structures;
 Distinguish between Just-In-Time (JIT) system and Material Requirements Planning (MRP);
 Distinguish between Mutual Adjustment and Direct Supervision;
 Distinguish between Organismic and Mechanistic Structures;
 Distinguish between the basic types of Organisational Structure;
 Distinguish between the different types of Matrix Structures;
 Establish the key features of a vibrant Management Accounting System;
 Evaluate the impact of a haphazard Management Accounting System on the overall Organisational Control Mechanism;
 Exemplify Process Scheduling;
 Explain Policy Planning and Budgeting Systems, defending its value in Budgetary Control;
 Explain the approaches to Organisational Design;
 Explain The Import- Conversion –Export Process and the place of Remedial Action in the promotion of Equifinality;
 Explain the Import Conversion Export Process;
 Explain, with explicit examples, Structurally Derived Control System;
 Explain, with explicit examples, the ‘Operational Control System’;
 Explore the significant differences between Standardisation of Output, on the one hand, and Standardisation of Input, on the other;
 Identify an Organisational Structure Type, from its verbal or textual description;
 Identify horizontal relationships in organisational design;
 Illustrate ‘The Conversion Process’ in their individual organisational setting;
 Illustrate communication channels in an organisational chart;
 Illustrate lines of authority in an organisational chart;
 Illustrate the effect of organisational structure on communication within an organisation;
 Illustrate their ability to design an appropriate organisational structure that takes account of contingent internal and external environmental factors;
 Indicate the importance of communication in organisation for the purpose of Corporate and Operational Decision-making;
 Indicate the importance of vertical and horizontal relationships in organisational design;
 Indicate when Managerial Control should be relaxed, to facilitate Organisational Development (OD) and Continuous Professional Development (CPD);
 Inform managers of the importance and constituents of an effective Management Information System;
 Match the organisational design approach with the level of development of the organisation;
 Name at least three Bases of Co-ordinating, according to Mintzberg;
 Name the Fundamental Organisational Structures and their variations;
 Outline the bases of an effective Computerised Information Systems;
 Outline, with vivid examples, the communication requirement for Individual, Subsystem and System Needs and Functions.
 Practicalise Corporate and Subsystem Communication Needs:
 Provide at least three examples of a ‘Service Operation’;
 Provide at least three points in support of the use of Zero-Base Budgeting, in promoting Organisational Control;
 Provide at least two practical examples of the ‘KANBAN System’;
 Provide examples of different bases of Divisionalisation;
 Provide the bases for Structural Contingencies
 Provide the bases of Organisational Communication Needs for Programme Formulation and Execution;
 Provide the rationale for Organisational Communication Need to facilitate Emergencies and Contingencies;
 Provide vivid examples of The Import Process;
 Recommend the most appropriate structure for a particular organisation, taking contingent factors into account;
 Show the vertical relationships in an Organisational Chart;
 Suggest at least three ways of Controlling the Utilisation of Organisational Resources;
 Suggest the approaches which might be adopted in designing an organisation;
 Suggest the reason that organisations need to ensure that their Organisational Information Speed is optimal;
 Tell their counterparts how the Sequencing process operates in their own organisations;
 Translate the positive and negative factors of particular types of structure to the design of an organisation which will enhance the effectiveness of an enterprise;
 Typify the Loading in their individual organisations.

We offer very attractive discount for groups of 3 and more people, from the same organisation, taking the same course. This discount is between ten percent (10%) and thirty three percent (33%), depending on the group size. Even with these discounts, we can also deliver courses for groups in the country of your choice.

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