The main features of formal organisation are:



(a)   In a formal organisation, the position, authority, responsibilities, accountability of each level are clearly defined.

(b)   It prescribes the relationships amongst the people working in the organisation.

(c)   The formal relations in the organisation arise from the pattern of responsibilities that are created by the management.

(d)   The structure is consciously designed to enable the people of the organisation to work together for accomplishing the common objectives of the enterprise.

(e)   A formal organisation is bound by rules, regulation and procedures.

(f)    It is deliberately impersonal.

(g)   It is base on ideal relationship and the commonly thesis of the nature of man.

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