Ranco Management Consulting Group designs and determines the best structure for your organization according to the determining factors such as: service or product of the organization, size of the organization, number of employees, amount of income, geographical distribution, facilities and other relevant parameters.

Organizational structure is the way in which organizational activities are divided, organized, and coordinated. Organizations create structures to coordinate the activities of agents and control the work of members. Organizational structure specifies how tasks should be assigned, who to report to, and formal coordination mechanisms, as well as organizational interaction patterns to be followed. Organizational structure determines formal relations and reflects the levels that exist in the administrative hierarchy and determines the scope of control of managers. The organizational structure also includes the design of systems by which all units are integrated and as a result communication in the organization will be guaranteed.

Organizational structure is affected by goals, strategy, organizational environment, technology and size of the organization. Organizational structure is the framework that managers create to divide and coordinate the activities of members of the organization. Organizational structure of different organizations are different under environmental conditions and strategies and goals that organizations pursue are different. Organizational structure is the pattern set for relationships between members of an organization and is a formal system because senior managers formally create it.

Types of organizational structures (Functional organizational structure)
Functional organizational structure

Product-Based Divisional Structure

Market-Based Divisional Structure

Geographical Divisional Structure

Process-Based Structure Process-Based Structure

Matrix Structure

Circular Structure

Flat Structure

Network Structure