The people who design an organization's structure and determine how various components will interact are known as management. There are six basic aspects of management: leading, controlling, motivating, planning, organizing, staffing, and planning. This design process will involve various levels of management, with upper management constructing the initial organizational architecture and structure. The majority of organizational functions are based on systems thinking: identifying and ensuring that an organization's valuable moving parts work together to create an efficient and effective whole. In today's organizations, organizational structure is less static; Consequently, in order to maintain competitive output, management must actively adapt organizational design to various challenges, opportunities, and technological advancements.