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Nosheen Sadiq 31st January 2008 People in Organisation Assignment 3- Working Practices & Personal attributes Introduction In this assignment for the first task which is P3 I will be working in a team organising a charity bazaar. Every team will be given a job role and will have to do there job with there following roles. After we have organised the charity bazaar as team we will have to identify each member's strength and weakness. Our team will have to presentation to our tutor. For my second task m2 I will have compare and contrast the organisational structures and job roles within two organisations which are T- Mobile and North hill stores. For my third task M3 I will be explaining the importance of each team member and personal attributes within the chosen organisation from before. And also for my last task D1 I will evaluate the contribution of each person as a team member. M2 T-mobile is a tall structure organisation therefore North hill store is a flat organisation. ...read more.

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But there are more disadvantages for T- mobile for being in a tall organisation. M3 Team working is important in any type of organisation. T-mobile and north hill store both require team work. Teams are created for a variety of reasons but they often have the following objectives: * To help the business solve particular problems * To help the business make particular improvements * To help individual team members learn and develop * To encourage employee to exchange ideas * To encourage employee to be creative * To encourage employee to work together in a constrictive manner * To develop the skill of the team as a whole * To develop the individuals team member skills Team are created to carry out different tasks. Customer service provision is a good example of the way a business would use a team. Personal attributes is important in any kind of organisation. It's important in both T-Mobile and North hill stores. Employees will be expected to develop there own knowledge of the job. ...read more.

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For example Alison did not miss a day of college, finished all her tasks on time, sorted out all the paper work and if she didn't understand she would ask. Marketing- Sandra Sandra was outgoing and helpful team member. She was very well organised and finished all her tasks on time. She was co- operative, and very friendly. As well as doing her tasks she used to help out the others and made sure that no one gives up. For example: when Nancy was not here Sandra helped finish all Nancy tasks and kept her up to date, she did leaflets and poster for Nancy. Nancy-Event Organiser Nancy was really good organiser and was a wonderful team member and also very co-operative and helpful. She never let any one down and was really friendly. She was off for a few days but when she got back she made sure that she finish's all her tasks and which she did. Nancy did a fantastic job and worked really hard. For example Nancy missed out many days when she came she asked use what work she misses out and with the help of Sandra she finished all her tasks. ...read more.

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