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In every organisation vital communication is essential to help carry out various types of duties including reliant interaction with different functional areas within the business. I'll evaluate how functional areas communicate with each other including outside businesses and demonstrate the strengths of each activity. SEE OTHER PAPER FOR THE ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE Sainsburys have numerous ways on how they converse with each other to match targets and achieve aims. The mission statement being 'delivering products of outstanding quality and great service.' This statement made by the group portrays their main aim being offering the best possible business to customers. By accomplishing these aims it would enable them to gain higher market share and have greater monopoly than rivals. Communication takes place in vast ways in outlets verbally and other communication links as trends in technology has uploaded the need for swifter communication equipment. Internal Communication All businesses would need to plan up a good and realistic method of communicating to one another. Within the outlet meetings are held on a weekly basis with department managers and other staff. ...read more.


They're much strength to verbal communication as it does help to solve problems, which may be occurring, and point out mistakes that maybe taking place. Employees may be doing something wrong in their work and the supervisor will point it out to them so hazards are not occurring. So there is very different ways of communicating taken part inside the business but all help to keep the business going to some extent. External contacts Any retailing business would have to affiliate with suppliers, banks, customers and shareholders. Referring back to the mission statement and aims it is liable to say that keeping close accounts with these different contacts would help on many productive levels. However, I believe it to be capitalising as higher profits helps businesses keep above rivals but more importantly higher market share. More importantly communication plays an effective role in helping the business meet its aims and objectives. Here in this part I will explain how outside influences can create problems but also have positive impact on the company of done right. ...read more.


Sainsburys being a company of wealth and size are always drawn into new equipment and services that would help them carry out their daily business activity more quickly. The different methods of interaction helps Sainsburys for the basic reason that its time saving than anything old but more important staying with the time so you can range your outlet for a wider audience. I would say vital communication has to be drawn up and always improved with the time so competitive play is all in the palm. By mentioning the different types of communication I have elucidated that it's an effective operation if delivered properly. With Sainsburys always on the prowl for more advanced equipment shows the great lengths businesses go to be number 1 in there situated area. Communication would be on my agenda as how successful will a business be if contacts are not kept and treated reasonably. So taking into the account the question I would imply that communication is helping Sainsburys meet aims and objectives. However, even if communication is to high standards there are many other factors involving the business meeting aims and objectives. It could be an economical problem; new government legislation, competition levels and more importantly correct procedure of carrying out all set targets. ...read more.

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