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"When I began practicing dentistry I was eager to service everyone. After all, that is what doctors do. However, I had no management technology and found myself frustrated and stressed out. I was constantly looking for an answer to improve as a person and improve my practice. After being in the field of dentistry for six years and only getting by with great effort, I was introduced to the Hubbard Management Technology and began to apply it to my practice. I saw results instantly in myself and my practice. My stats sky rocketed."

— Dr. Juan Villareal
Owner of one of the largest dental practices in the US

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How to Design an Optimum Organizational Structure

Most small businesses and professional practices begin with a few people who know all or many aspects of the business and the functions are handled according to who is available or most familiar or as needed. The distinction between duties, responsibilities and authorities are often not clear-cut. An organization run in this manner can never expand beyond a handful of employees. The owner of this type of organization is usually overworked and spends his time putting out fires instead of planning for expansion or forward progress.

This program covers the functions that must be present in any organization, how the functions interact and affect each other, and how things should flow through an organization. It teaches the tools needed to design an organization and correctly sequence the basic organizational functions. It covers basic study skills, business ethics, organizational design knowledge and tools.

A faculty-supervised Final Practical Application requires the student to apply the knowledge and skills learned to design an organizational structure and implementation plan for a business or organization.

This program is recommended for business owners, professionals, executives, managers and office managers.

Program: How to Design an Optimum Organizational Structure
Approximate Weeks:
Full Time: 40 Hours Per Week = 5
Half Time: 20 Hours Per Week = 9
Part Time: 10 Hours Per Week = 18

 

Instructional Clock Hours: 150
Semester Credit Hours: 5
Continuing Education Units: 15

Required Courses:

  • Basic Study Manual
  • Ethics for Business Survival
  • Basic Organization
  • Basic Organization Final Practical Application