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Aims and objectives of different businesses

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´╗┐Zhanis Saulevics ________________ Aims and objectives of different businesses ________________ Nowadays there are many different types and sorts of businesses. It?s very important be able to recognise and distinguish them. It?s important to understand how and why do they set their aims and objectives and how do they help business to survive and develop. So if business has concrete objectives and one or few aims, it can develop according to them. If organisation doesn?t have any targets, it will stop doing any progress. Within this report I have included information about 5 different businesses and tried to find out the most important differences between them. I?ve described different types of organisations, not only one sector, because different sectors have different purposes of existing as well. Purpose of this report is to give understanding about differences between aims and objectives of different organisations. I will tell you about: 3 private sector organisations of different sizes; 1 public sector organisation; 1 charity organisation; And I?ll explain you how the differ South Yorkshire police This is Public organisation, whose main aims are to protect lives and property, maintenance of orders, prevention & detection of crime and prosecution of offenders. ...read more.

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Their main objectives are: half the number of people under 75 who die from cardiovascular disease; make sure at least two thirds of people under 75 survive a heart attack; reduce heart-related deaths in all UK local authority areas to the current level in South East England or below; reverse the increase in childhood obesity. McDonald?s McDonald's Corporation is public sector organisation, the world's largest chain of hamburger fast food restaurants, serving around 64 million customers daily in 119 countries. McDonald's main aims are to serve good food in a friendly and fun environment, to be a socially responsible company and provide good returns to our shareholders. The company aims to provide its customers with food of a high standard, quick service and value for money. They also wish to be more eco-friendly and to serve healthier food. Conclusion All there 5 organisations are aiming to make profit, but they spend their money in different ways - South Yorkshire police invests its money to improve functionality, working conditions and sharpen up performance, TESCO uses money for upgrading its stores, Andrew?s Golden COD makes some basic improvements to attract more customers because they need more profit just to ...read more.

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During last year many researches have been made and they gave new achievements and attainments. BHF also invested £4 million in four new large programmes and ten cluster projects under the Hearty Lives initiative. They also invested £0.5 million in their Heart Information Series. During this year, researches In my opinion they meet their objectives very successfully, because they are aiming to reduce percentage of heart diseases, make new achievements during medical researches. In 2010 the BHF spent their income on Research (57%), care and prevention (43%). BHF invested a net £48.4 million in research during the year. In Prevention and Care, as well as funding their on-going activity in healthcare professionals (£2.5 million), placing defibrillators in places of need (£1.4 million) and producing heart health resources for all age groups. As we can see, not only raise lots of money each year, but also make campaigns and advertisements, which make people to think about their health more carefully. I think this organisation has a bright future, because it helps people to live a happy life. As we can see in their annual reports, they raise more and more money each year and discover new problems and solutions every year. They get more and more successful. Source: http://www.bhf.org.uk/publications/view-publication.aspx?ps=1001691 ...read more.

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