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Organisational Structure of Dex One - February 4th, 2011

DEX One Corporation provides print, online and mobile search marketing via their DexKnows.com website, print yellow pages directories, voice based search platforms and pay-per-click ad networks in the U.S. The company also maintains a business search engine and online directory through its Business.com subsidiary

CEO

Terrance Gregg

Chairman of the Board

Jonathan Lord

Director

Kevin Sayer

Director

Jay Skyler
Director

Nick Augustinos
Director

Eric Topol
CFO

Jess Roper
COO

Steven Pacelli
CTO

JV
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Organizational planning will, in our opinion, always remain a major management function. The need for effectively functioning organizations is too important to leave planning to organization specialists alone. This statement is in no sense a forecast of a decline in the number of organization departments in the corporations. On the contrary, the growth in the numbers of organization specialists is expected to be rather impressive in the next five years. This is because operating managers, who will continue to be primarily concerned with and responsible for implementing organization plans, will rely more and more on the staff specialist for advice, guidance, and innovation.

Organization planning functions tend to come about when organizations are faced with massive growth or change or increased complexity. And all indications point toward an increasingly complex environment, both in the business community and in society at large; and, thus, organizations will need an increasingly complex set of rules to carry out their missions.


A number of factors determine how organizations are structured. These include the organization's goals, social customs and mores, the beliefs and values of the founders or managers, environmental constraints, and available technology. As mentioned earlier, size, though an element of structure, is also a determinant because it influences all the other elements.

Organizational goals clearly influence the way an organization is designed. The high value placed on productivity and quality as well as shareholder value had a major influence on the redesign of Westinghouse as a more diversified and decentralized firm. Indeed, goals are the prime determinants of structure. If one is in the business of producing hamburgers, the goal of delivering a gourmet product at a moderate price leads to different structuring arrangements than does the goal of delivering a reliable product quickly at a low price.
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DEX One Corporation provides print, online and mobile search marketing via their DexKnows.com website, print yellow pages directories, voice based search platforms and pay-per-click ad networks in the U.S. The company also maintains a business search engine and online directory through its Business.com subsidiary

CEO

Terrance Gregg

Chairman of the Board

Jonathan Lord

Director

Kevin Sayer

Director

Jay Skyler
Director

Nick Augustinos
Director

Eric Topol
CFO

Jess Roper
COO

Steven Pacelli
CTO

JV
Clinical & Regulatory Affair...

AB
Business Development

PG
Legal

JL
Marketing

CG
Sales

RD

Organizational planning will, in our opinion, always remain a major management function. The need for effectively functioning organizations is too important to leave planning to organization specialists alone. This statement is in no sense a forecast of a decline in the number of organization departments in the corporations. On the contrary, the growth in the numbers of organization specialists is expected to be rather impressive in the next five years. This is because operating managers, who will continue to be primarily concerned with and responsible for implementing organization plans, will rely more and more on the staff specialist for advice, guidance, and innovation.

Organization planning functions tend to come about when organizations are faced with massive growth or change or increased complexity. And all indications point toward an increasingly complex environment, both in the business community and in society at large; and, thus, organizations will need an increasingly complex set of rules to carry out their missions.


A number of factors determine how organizations are structured. These include the organization's goals, social customs and mores, the beliefs and values of the founders or managers, environmental constraints, and available technology. As mentioned earlier, size, though an element of structure, is also a determinant because it influences all the other elements.

Organizational goals clearly influence the way an organization is designed. The high value placed on productivity and quality as well as shareholder value had a major influence on the redesign of Westinghouse as a more diversified and decentralized firm. Indeed, goals are the prime determinants of structure. If one is in the business of producing hamburgers, the goal of delivering a gourmet product at a moderate price leads to different structuring arrangements than does the goal of delivering a reliable product quickly at a low price.
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