P1 Explain different types and purposes of organisations; public, private and voluntary sectors and legal structures. An organisation is many people gathering together to complete a target and reach for their goal and target. In the organisation there are different groups from one person to a multi numbers of people. There are many different types of important aspects to consider within the organisations goals. • Public Sectors Public sectors are owned and run by the government for the people.
markets in the field of business and attracting new customers. Diversification is a high risk strategy because the company might not appeal to many people. For example virgin started off as a record label and then diversified to airlines. For virgins part of view diversification is something good. Many people might not like the music they produced but certainly many of them have been on their airline. • Market penetration-Existing product in existing market. Selling more of its existing products to
Primark and Oxfam Marketing Purpose and Techniques Contents Introduction____________3 Oxfam________________4 Primark_______________7 Charts & Tables _______10 Appendix_____________12 Introduction This report is based on the marketing techniques/ skills of Primark and Oxfam based on their products/services. Before we can understand the effectiveness of the marketing techniques, we have investigated both companies
CONTENT PAGE P1 P2 P3 P4 M1 M2 M3 D1 D2 Source TASK 29.1 P1: Describe the structure and organisation of the retail sector. What is retail? Retail is when business sells products and provide service to the customer to make a profit. An example of a retail business is TESCO. There are many different types of retail sectors in UK which have different organisation and structures. In order for business to operate they will need to find the appropriate location, products they
Theoretical Framework on- Non Governmental Organisations and International Non Governmental Organisations (Support base, Funding pattern and Relation with State) Introduction It would serve well to remember at the outset what is now a well-known and widely accepted fact of social reality that, the rise of the phenomenon of development including sustainable development has brought about integration, synthesis and unity of all social sciences into a single Social Science (Seymour Martin Lipset, 1972
I have been asked to produce a detailed business report of boots plc. My report will contain: The objectives, organisational structure and communication channels that operate within the business. An examination of how these factors interrelates in a way that can affect the success of the business. An explanation of how quality assurance and control systems help the business to add value to its products. Consideration of alternative methods of quality assurance and control. Consideration
for identifying, anticipating and satisfying customer requirements profitably.” When marketing a product or service the organisation needs to make sure it will satisfy the customer needs or wants. An organisation will not survive let alone succeed or make a profit if it does not meet the customer’s physical, intellectual, educational or social needs/wants. An organisation will use market research to identify what the customer and consumer wants. This definition means there is a management responsible
hand, stakeholders have commitments and should work together for the wellness of BA. British Airway internal stakeholders are: Employees – it is important to satisfy employee’s needs, so they are motivated to use their skills to help the organisation. In order to keep them satisfied those needs, BA recognises their performance, makes them feel valued, promotes and rewards for their performance. Additionally, a health and safety workplace and flexibility leads to employee satisfaction. Sub-contractors-
CORPORATE ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL MANAGEMENT Unit 46 Assignment Table of Contents Introduction............................................................................................................................ 2 I. The development of global, European and national policies relating to sustainability. 2 1. Changing attitudes of public, politicians and businesses to the environment since 1945 ..........................................................................................
UNITS 3 AND 4 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT SUMMARY UNIT 3 AOS1 – LARGE SCALE ORGANISATIONS IN CONTEXT LARGE SCALE ORANGISATIONS -An organisation is an entity enabling groups of people to work in a planned and coordinate way to achieve a common goal or objective Classifying LSO 's *Number of employee 's exceeds 200 (according to the ABS) *Revenue (gross income) is in the millions of dollars *Total assets or market capitalisation (no. of shares x share value) is over $200 million *Profit after tax is