Organizational Design and Macroergonomics. titis wijayanto. Outline. Introduction Organization Concept Macro-ergonomics Concept Socio-technical system component Relation of macro- to micro-ergonomics design of work system Socially Centered Design. Introduction.
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Fitting the Organization
Fitting the task
“different organization designs can utilize the same technology”
(Emery & Trist, 1960)
The key is to select organizational designthat is most effective in terms of:
Organizational Structures (three major components):
--moderately complex and formalized structure
--low complexity and high formalization
--high complexity and low formalization
--education and training requirements of a given job.
--there is a trade-off between professionalism and formalizing the organizational structure
World Averages 55 - 43 - 50 - 64 - 45
Degree of change
Degree of complexity