Wednesday, October 8, 2014

EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT | Dimensions of environmental uncertainty?

What are the dimensions of environmental uncertainty?

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  1. Answer:

    The first dimension of environmental uncertainty is the degree of complexity, or the number of different factors in the environment. An environment is typically classified as relatively simple or complex. The second is the rate of change in and among these factors. An environment is typically classified as stable or dynamic. The most challenging and uncertain situation is an environment that is both complex and dynamic. High-uncertainty environments require flexibility and adaptability in organizational designs and work practices, as well as an ability of decision makers to respond quickly as new circumstances arise and new information becomes available.

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