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Meeting the Ecotourism Challenge through Organisational Restructuring for a Broader Mandate: A Case of Ecotourism Development Board

Journal of Organization and Human Behaviour

Volume 2 Issue 3

Published: 2013
Author(s) Name: Parul Rishi, Bal Krishna Upadhyay | Author(s) Affiliation: Faculty of HRM, Indian Institute of Forest Management, Bhopal, India
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Abstract

Organisational structure of any organisation plays an important role in keeping their employee performing. An organisational structure is always designed to meet the mandate of the organisation and the objectives that it is supposed to achieve. Keeping the above in mind, the task of organisational restructuring of EDB included studying the present organisational structure of the EDB and identifying the gaps, and proposing a proper organisational structure for the board along with proposing the roles and responsibilities of the divisions/ departments at EDB. A unique organisational model was used to help EDB structure their enterprise to create accountability for results and an environment for learning. The analysis provided useful implications for making planned congruent changes in structure of the EDB for developing more and more driving forces about ecotourism institution and reducing the strength of restraining forces at organisational, individual as well as at community level, since sustainability of the eco-tourism activities are also dependent upon the local people.

Keywords: Organisational Restructuring, Organisational Structure, Ecotourism, Organisational Behaviour

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