Organisational frameworks report

Critically analyse the following two (2) questions. You will select relevant theories and workplace examples (note: based on Hotel industr) to provide a set of logical, well supported (by the academic literature) recommendations:
1. Mintzberg outlined several distinct components in organisational structures, and five types of structures in his original articles. Give examples of at least two or more organisational structures using real life examples where there are different dominant components of the organisational structure. In your response consider some of the HR management requirements needed to support employee performance in these structures.

2. According to self-determination theory there are three psychological needs. These are competence, autonomy, and relatedness. Explain how you, as an HR manager, would support these psychological needs in the workplace while also maintaining productivity.

Q 1:
Brief description of Mintzbergs components in organisation structures and overview of the five types of structures. AND description is not a high order skill, so keep it brief.
Introduce the organisation in a sentence or two. Explain Organisation Structure of Organisation 1. If you use an organisation chart to support your claim, include it in the appendix and make sure you discuss it in the report.
Explain the key component/s of the structure (use examples to support your claim) and link to the theory to show how this component links to chosen structure.
Suggest HR management requirements given the structure. Think about how this structure affects the HR requirements. What would you recommend is going to be the most appropriate way of handling HR in this structure and why? NOTE: there is a risk here that you just list off good HR practices and do not relate them to the structure so make the links, explain your logic. These are your recommendations.
Make specific recommendations for HR that will support performance in these organisations.

Q 2:
Explain self-determination theory: competence, autonomy and relatedness by using the literature. NOTE: Locate and use Ryan and Deci and Deci and Ryans original articles on self-determination theory. Research self-determination theory and HR practices.
Critically analyse how the self-determination elements can be supported in the workplace (using specific workplace examples) while ensuring organisational performance. Concentrate on the area of productivity rather than listing off HR practices. What are the HR productivity challenges facing this organisation (draw on your personal knowledge and/or literature)? Consider the approaches HR could take to support competence, autonomy and relatedness and any tensions that might occur in an organisational pursuit of productivity. For example, [and these examples are from the Unit Coordinator] productivity is being pushed extensively in the COVID on line at distance world of work. Autonomy – on line now ranges from high, with little on line monitoring, to low, with extensive monitoring through computer algorithms. Competence – on line skilling is now challenging former mainly f2f workers. Relatedness – challenges in on line but the challenge in no longer having a tangible workplace and decipherable aspects of workplace culture as well as interaction.
Make specific recommendations for HR that will support performance in these organisations.
NOTE: if you use one of the organisations you used for Q1 you will not need to explain the background to the organisation again and will save some words.

These two questions should be inserted as the body of a report.
-Title Page
This includes: The title of report (Assessment 1) Your name, your student number, due date, number of words.

-Executive Summary
In 5-10% of the total word count, give an overview of the entire report (written at the end when you know what youve done). Identify: the purpose of the report; the result of the research; the conclusions drawn from the research; recommendations for future actions.

-Table of contents
This is a list of the sections of your report. Major and minor sections are identified through headings and subheadings. It should be on a separate page.

An introduction can: state the purpose of the report; set the context and background of the problem, issue or investigation; may include an outline of the sections so that the reader understands the structure; provide an hypothesis (or argument) to be analysed

-Q1 Mintzbergs organisational structures*

– Q2 Self-determination and organisational performance*

This is a summary statement of what you have done and key findings or outcomes. Ensure you cover your best recommendations for HR from Q1 and Q2 and label them as such.