Organizational problems include low worker productivity, conflicts between employees, trouble adapting to change, disagreements about job duties, competition for departmental resources, bad processes, a lack of clarity about who is responsible for what, and bad systems for pay and reviews. Many problems with an organisation lead to disagreements among the whole staff, so it’s especially important for management to solve them.
Managers should first figure out what the main problem is and how much of an effect it has on the work environment before trying to solve it. This will help them figure out if the problem is big enough to deal with right away or if it’s a small one that can be solved slowly. For example, managers should always act right away when a problem threatens the safety of an employee or breaks the law or company rules. The manager should find the easiest and most effective way to solve the problem.