Nvidia Organizational Structure: functional and hybrid

By John Dudovskiy
June 17, 2023

Nvidia is 7th largest company in the world with a market cap of USD 1 trillion. Due to the size and scope of its operations, it is difficult to categorise Nvidia organizational structure within a certain group. However, it is evident that the tech company uses certain elements of functional and hybrid organizational structure.  The multinational technology company divides its business practices into various functions such as engineering and product development, supply chain and operations, human resources, finance and accounting and legal and compliance. Functional organizational structure provides a range of advantages for Nvidia.

Specifically, employees are assigned into groups on the basis of their competencies and expertise. This allows the groups to achieve their goals with high level of efficiency. Furthermore, functional organizational structure is associated with clear reporting lines and this can enhance the speed and quality of decision making at Nvidia. Nvidia also has certain components of matrix organizational structure in place. Temporary product or project groups are often formed within the multinational technology company and group members report to both, group leader, as well as their direct superiors within the organizational structure.

The figure below illustrates the corporate structure of Nvidia:

Nvidia Organizational Structure

Nvidia Organizational Structure

Nvidia Corporation Report contains the above analysis of Nvidia organizational structure. The report illustrates the application of the major analytical strategic frameworks in business studies such as SWOT, PESTEL, Porter’s Five Forces, Value Chain analysis, Ansoff Matrix and McKinsey 7S Model on Nvidia. Moreover, the report contains analyses of Nvidia leadership, business strategy and organizational culture. The report also comprises discussions of Nvidia marketing strategy, ecosystem and addresses issues of corporate social responsibility.

Nvidia Report

Category: Management