11.The degree to which a job gives an employee the freedom to schedule different tasks and decide how to carry them out is known as task significance.
12.An organizational structure composed of all the departments that an organization requires to produce its goods or services is known as a functional structure.
13.When people who perform similar jobs are grouped together, it becomes difficult for managers to monitor and evaluate their performance.
14.A functional structure becomes more efficient when an organization's task environment is rapidly changing.
15.It's easier for managers to communicate and coordinate with one another when they are responsible for several different kinds of products.
16.The goal behind creating a divisional structure is to create smaller, more manageable units within the organization.
17.When managers organize divisions according to the type of customer they market their products to, they adopt a product structure.
18.A product structure makes it necessary for corporate managers to supervise directly each division's day-to-day operations.
19.A product structure lets divisional managers respond quickly and appropriately to the changing task environment.
20.Managers are most likely to adopt a global geographic structure when they pursue a multidomestic strategy.