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The Times 100 Business Case Studies. KBR Roles and responsibilities within an organisation structure. Introduction. KBR provides project management expertise Supports the energy, hydrocarbon, government and civil infrastructure sectors Organised into six business units

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the times 100 business case studies

The Times 100 Business Case Studies

KBR

Roles and responsibilities

within an organisation structure

introduction
Introduction
  • KBR provides project management expertise
  • Supports the energy, hydrocarbon, government and civil

infrastructure sectors

  • Organised into six business units
  • Offers roles in engineering, construction, operations, logistics and project management
organisational structure
Organisational structure
  • Organisational structure reflects where power/responsibility sit within a business
  • Each KBR business unit focuses on particular client sectors or types of services
  • Its specialist approach gives efficiencies
hierarchical structure
Hierarchical structure
  • Each layer has designated roles and responsibilities
  • More authority at the top than lower down
  • Can involve a long chain of command
  • May mean communication and decision making take time
  • Individuals have more limited responsibility
flat structure
Flat structure
  • Fewer layers to the structure
  • Each layer of management has wider span of control
  • Allows more direct contact with senior management
  • Can make for speedier communication and decision taking
matrix structure
Matrix structure
  • Different skill sets are brought together to fulfil each project
  • Involves people from cross-business functional areas
  • Highly suitable for the project-

based nature of KBR’s work

  • Gives more autonomy and control over decisions and more individual responsibility