Our work is focused on the descriptive and prescriptive aspects of structure and design of organizations to examine how different types of structural configuration work in specific situations and how a change in a firm’s structure fits contingency factors and context challenging an organization. We believe that when organizational structure is the focus of analysis, there is one important proviso: coordinated interactions of each part or department help set an organization’s strategic goals, and enables the organization achieve its structural and design policies. Our central argument is that a careful study of changes in organizational structure and design, organizational context or contingency factors, and structural dimensions and context can help a firm operate better in a more efficient and effective way.
At 10 Pens Inc., we have adopted a synthesized model of understanding organizational behavior that best applies to modern organizations at the individual, group, and organizational levels. We understand how the use of different kinds of leadership and management concepts can affect change and subsequently solve management problems. We believe that if any organization desires results, purpose, superior performance or wants to maximize shareholder or stakeholder value, it should effectively lead its human resources and satisfy the needs and aspirations of its employees.