P4 - Explain How Their Style of Organisation Helps Them to Fulfil Their Purposes- Unit 1

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P4 - explain how their style of organisation helps them to fulfil their purposes.

The aims of organisations depend on the type of business they are. For example, the aims of a charity organisation will be quite different from those of a for-profit global business. A business needs to have a clear sense of direction, which must be clearly communicated to all stakeholders. This is the aim of the business which can then be broken down into smaller aims and objectives.

Tesco
Mission and values
Tesco’s talk about ‘Every Little Helps’ a lot, but it's not just a catchphrase or marketing slogan, it represents the company as a whole and what they stand for. For the people and their customers, it's how they run our businesses from all over
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| There are previous suppliers that Tesco have had a positive relationship with and some of which the suppliers have been kept at the current present time. Some of which supply resources and products that are sold, others services to clean and fill up petrol for example. | Yes it is likely to be achieved as it is communicated to all other employees in every single department across many of Tesco’s stores not only in the UK, but on an international level also. | Yes it is realistic but it needs to be more specific in order for people to value the statement, so maybe Tesco should set a target and specify when they want to have this increase in profit, by how much and by when. | This objective can be long-term related as it doesn’t need any long time periods as it doesn’t use any calculations for profit, it just states that Tesco want to build long-term close business relationship | To increase /maximise profit | This point is not specific as it does not state the how much Tesco want to increase their profit and by when | There are figures involved in previous years in which you can compare how much profit Tesco had over the last decade or so, examples being an increase in profit in the UK from 18,000million to 27,000million from 2001 to 2005. | Yes it is likely to be achieved as it is communicated to all other employees in every single department across many of Tesco’s stores not only