Motorola is a leading provider of wireless communication devices, Enterprise mobility solutions and end-to-end broadband systems for homes. Motorola Company has a chain of command structure which is not geared towards employee’s satisfaction. This can cause great turnover issues for the company image. The restructure of the company could be beneficial if the company could consider having a share invested rights in the company where employees can feel that they are a part of the big picture. Employees will feel more invested and motivated to work. Some will consider making it a career than just a job opportunity.
Since 1928, Motorola Solutions Inc. (formerly Motorola Inc.) has been committed to
innovation in communications and electronics. It has pioneered mobile communications in the 1930s with car radios and public safety networks. It has made the equipment that carried the first words from the moon in 1969. Motorola commercialized the first handheld portable scanner in 1980. Excellence in innovation continues to shape the future of the Motorola Solutions brand.
The current organizational structure is led by a Board of Directors. Greg Brown is the CEO, Ed Fitzpatrick is the Chief Financial Officer, Gene Delaney oversees Product and Business Operations and Mark Moon is in charge of Sales and Field Operations. The vision and mission begin in the center of the organization, with its Board of Directors. Decisions are made from the inside first, and then permeate throughout the corporate structure of Motorola. As the CEO and Board President, Greg Brown would be at the very center of the chain of command. After Greg, the Board of Directors is involved with all strategic orders of business. From there the chain of command goes to the vice presidents. The managers carry out the vision and mission of the Board of Directors to the...