Bureaucratic Organizations are Impersonal The value of an individual in a bureaucratic organization is pegged, as to how well an individual carries out her tasks, and as to how well she adheres to company policy.
Even though functional units often perform with a high level of efficiency, their level of cooperation with each other is sometimes compromised. Low morale and dissatisfaction with their work Employees are more than likely to have low morale and dissatisfaction with their work after having to perform tasks repetitively.
All aspects of a democracy are organised on the basis of rules and laws, making the principle of established jurisdiction prevail. There is tight control over the day-to-day activities of the company, and change is slow to come, if it comes at all.
It is not without its disadvantages, which are discussed below: Confusion on authority and responsibility is rampant The dual-authority system introduced causes confusion regarding the jurisdiction and scopes of responsibility and accountability to be ambiguous.
This results in managers performing better and high employee morale. Economies of Scale Grouping jobs by function breeds certain economies. A special form of boundaryless organization is virtual. Organizations that have unique operations or operate at a fast pace are better off using the matrix structure because of its flexibility and adaptability.
They are then thoroughly distributed throughout the entire organization, and everyone is expected to follow them.
Courier Corporation. One of the basic principles is that employees are paid for their services and that level of their salary is dependent on their position.