Organization Structure vs. Organizational Structure

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When referring to the structure of an organization, I often see Organization Structure used instead of Organizational Structure. I have seen this many times, and more than once presented by globally recognized management consultants. Why is it not organizational?

edited May 23 '13 at 17:43 Jon M. New member

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Management consultants are not grammar consultants, and neither are website designers or printers. Unless it is used in some context that I can't think of, it should be organizational.

link comment answered May 23 '13 at 18:24 Patty T Grammarly Fellow
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Could the common use of organization structure, as opposed to organizational structure, be due to organization being considered an attributive noun for that phrase? Thanks in advance.

link comment answered Feb 18 at 14:02 Jon M. New member

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