Organizational Structures

Webb Space Telescope image of Quasars taken about 700 million years after the big bang. Credits: NASA, ESA, CSA, Joseph Olmsted (STScI)


Organizational structures may refer to

  1. methods people use to manage tasks and roles
    • “the method by which work flows through an organization and allows groups to work together within their individual functions to manage tasks” (SHRM 2017)

Synonymous Terms

Organizational structures may also be known as

  • mental frameworks
  • cognitive structures
  • organizational framework
  • knowledge structures

Related Concepts: Audience Awareness; Genre; Logical Reasoning