Grouping of activities on the basis of functions is a part of

(a) Decentralised organisation

(b) Divisional organisation

(c) Functional organisation

(d) Centralised organisation

Functional Organisation involves grouping of the functions of similar nature. Each group forms a separate department that report to one head. For example, departments may be divided on the basis of functions such as production, human resources, etc. that report to the managing director of the organisation.

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