One organisations management decision to stick to the structure

One of the disadvantages of BFGym bureaucratic structure, is the
flexibility that it offers the organisation as the management and the rigidness
of the structure, because of this it can lead to defectiveness among management and employees which could
lead to Weber’s theory of red tape and bureaucratic personality (King, Lawley,
2016). This is clearly shown in the case study in the case of Jane, as
management did not offer any flexibility in her request to change some her
classes or change some of the exercises in the classes, this would lead to
employees like Jane feeling that they should leave and work for a different gym
as they may offer more flexibility to their employees. In the future, I suggest
that Kate, should try a be less trained incapacity, as flexibility can be essential in an organisation in
getting the job done (King, Lawley, 2016), this means Kate can show some
comprise to her employees and still be able to be an efficient organisation.
One of the other disadvantages of BFGym’s organisational structure, is how the
organisations management decision to stick to the structure process in decision
making and pre, this can cause disenchant the employees and create negativity between management and
employees (King, Lawley, 2016). This is evident in the case study
through Jo, as management did not want to change the process of allowing her to
change some of the sessions she does on her shifts, but more so they cut her
sessions by 15 minutes without consulting her making not frustrated and dissatisfied
with her job. Because of this, it can have a direct effect on their reputation
of having ‘friendly staff and amiable atmosphere’ (in the case study), which
could result in BFGym losing customers to other rival gyms especially the fitness
industry being a competitive market. Moving forward I suggest Kate, has less of
bureaucratic personality, as she needs to start seeing things for the bigger picture or be more open
with her employees in her decision making process because it could mean her
employees are less like to want to leave, but she’s also to maintain an
efficient organisation as she is able to retain the BFGym reputation. (King,
Lawley, 2016). The final disadvantage of the BFGym, isĀ