Identify the Mission, Objectives and Responsibilities of an Organisation Within Its Environment

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Identify the mission, objectives and responsibilities of an organisation within its environment

The mission, values and key objectives of an organisation and assess the influence of stakeholders

Mission, values and key objectives are of high significance to any organisation. An organisation will state a mission that will describe the function or role it aims to provide in the form of products or services. Although the focus is long term it puts perspective on the short term so that the long-term goals can be met. The values or beliefs of an organisation are basically how they want to be perceived in the way that the organisation conducts itself. This can run all the way through the organisation from the products and services it
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Employees play a crucial part in the organisation, as they are ones who carry out the labour that needs to be done in order for the organisation to exist. Without this particular stakeholder no other stakeholder would meet their objectives therefore it’s of high importance to meet the objectives of the employees.
Most employees and managers objectives are the same. They too have the same objective as a shareholder, which is to make a profit however this is for different reasons. Employees are more likely to want the organisation to make a profit in order for there to be a good infrastructure leading them to benefits and promotion.
Employees objectives are to develop their career in the organisation that helps them stay motivated and gain job satisfaction, which could be one of their objectives. Employees will also want job security and won’t want the constant worry of losing their jobs if the organisation is under performing and having to make cutbacks. As well as benefits such as pay increases employees also want good working conditions, which means its vital that the organisation meets all the requirements of The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. With this being said most objectives for this particular stakeholder would be met however there could be strong competition within the organisation for them to achieve this.

Customers are another vital stakeholder in which the organisation has to keep happy. Without customers the organisation would not
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