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In diagram B, the span of control is 8, which is much wider. Diagram A: narrow span of control Manager Subordinates A B C D Diagram B: wider span of control Manager Subordinates A B C D E F G H I In some operations, the span of control might be very wide. For example, a supervisor in a telephone call centre might be directly responsible for a large number of call operators (‘customer service staff’). com for Q/As, Notes & Study Guides 43 Paper F1: Accountant in business Factors affecting the size of the span of control When the span of control is narrow, a manager can spend more time with each subordinate, providing guidance and leadership, or monitoring the work that they are doing.
However the matrix structure should allow the employee to ask the two managers to discuss the problem, as it is plain that they are both involved. com for Q/As, Notes & Study Guides © EWP Chapter 1: The structure of business organisations Overall, matrix structures should: encourage communication between functional departments place emphasis on ‘getting the job done’ rather then on each functional manager defending his or her own position. Example Another example of matrix organisation is commonly found in universities.
This is because although authority is delegated, responsibility is not delegated. 4 Scalar chain The scalar chain describes the number of different reporting levels through which communications are passed and decisions are passed in an organisation. In a bureaucratic organisation, the scalar chain refers to the number of levels in the management hierarchy, between the most senior managers at the top of the organisation and ordinary employees at the bottom. Two examples of the scalar chain are shown below.