Pfizer Case Study

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Question 1: Describe and evaluate what Pfizer is doing?
Pfizer is the world’s largest research-based pharmaceuticals firm and also a well known Pharmaceutical company. So their most of the work depends on research, developing Strategies and innovate. They were trying to find a new way of system which makes their Work more effective and efficient. Pfizer find out that their worker spends more time on Business research and data analysis to the creation of documents and other routine Support like Goggling and making power points and also spending so much time on Menial tasks rather than knowledge work. The average Pfizer employee was spending 20 Percent to 40 percent of his or her time on supporting work (creating documents, typing Notes,
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We think it’s a very innovative solution by which a company can get much more financial Benefits as its saving time to analysis the data and employees are able to concentrate on their knowledge work. By this method Pfizer’s financial benefits are impressive. We think this innovative solution is only suitable for larger companies who are doing their Businesses all over the world. It can be pharmaceuticals business or any other. Because they are doing businesses globally and they have high resources, financial backup etc. So they can think about these kinds of innovative solutions to provide more time to their Employees for concentrate on knowledge work which will be more effective for the Company in future. So we think if they use this method they can be successful like Pfizer Pharmaceuticals.

Question 4: What role do you think organizational structure plays in an Organization’s efficiency and effectiveness?
Organizational structure means the way of arranging the works and people within the organization to perform the organizations different activities and attain the goal of an organization. When an organization is small in a size it does not need a formal structure but for a big organization a formal structure is essential because it needs to control each of their works and

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