Factors affecting organisational structure
A Forestry Commission case study

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The Forestry Commission's goal is to ensure that Britain”s forests contribute positively to protecting the environment. It does this while sustaining this great resource for the future.

To achieve this, the Forestry Commission combines both a centralised structure for Britain-wide decision-making and a decentralised structure for the management of local forests and woodland resources. In addition to this, matrix teams are used to develop the projects with which the Forestry Commission is involved.

The Forestry Commission provides a wide range of interesting jobs. It has adopted an organisational structure that allows workers to contribute and take responsibility for their actions.

Working for the Forestry Commission enables people to make a real difference.

Forestry Commission | Factors affecting organisational structure
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