GUIDE FOR GOVERNORS’ OFFICE ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
Organizational structure is a system that consists of explicit and implicit institutional rules and policies designed to outline how various work roles and responsibilities are delegated, controlled and coordinated. Organizational structure also determines how information flows from level to level within the company. For example, in a centralized structure, decisions flow from the top down, while in a decentralized structure, the decisions are made at various different levels.
The management model is a guide for local governments in the 15 targeted provinces (except KRG) to illustrate the required approach for the governors to manage the transferred directorates (from selected ministries to the provinces) effectively.