Organizational Structure refers to: How to divide, work, and coordinate work tasks. The organizational structure is a model that indicates the order of the various parts of the organization, the spatial location, the state of convergence, the contact method, and the relationship between the various elements. It is the "framework" of the entire management system.
The organizational structure is a structural system formed by all members of the organization in order to achieve organizational goals, work in a division of labor, and in terms of scope, responsibilities, and rights.
The organizational structure is a dynamic structural system of the organization's in-service, responsibility, and power. Its essence is a division of labor and cooperation system to achieve organizational strategic goals. The organizational structure must be adjusted with the major strategic adjustment of the organization.