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Public organisations and Private organisations,The different types of organisations are hoping to achieve different goals. This is shown by the difference in their aims and objectives.

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Task 1 (M1): The different types of organisations are hoping to achieve different goals. This is shown by the difference in their aims and objectives. Public organisations, which are owned by the government, main target is to provide as service to the community. This is non-profit based as all the funds come from tax payer's money. Private organisations, those which aren't owned by the government, have different aims. Organisations like charities, for example, do not necessarily aim to make a profit but rather provide a service with the entire surplus being spent on the charities cause and keeping the organisation running. Other private organisations seek to make a profit, and increase the size of the organisation. This is the case for many organisations whether they are local, national or even global. Ford Aim 1: Become an Employer of Choice by recruiting, retaining and developing the best people. - Shareholders: agree with this aim because it will help to expand the organisation and so it will increase revenue. - Customers: agree with this aim because it provides a better service for them and so they would feel more comfortable buying from Ford and so they would go again or recommend friends and family. ...read more.

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- Customers: disagree with this aim because the organisation might have to increase the selling price of the vehicles in order to achieve this aim. - Suppliers: agree with this aim because they would have to either sell more vehicles or put the selling price of the vehicle higher and so the supplier can charge more for the parts that they supply. - Pressure groups: disagree with this aim because they would have to charge the customers more for the vehicles so they would cause customer dissatisfaction. - Employees: agree with this aim because it could mean that they get paid more due to the extra money that is coming into the organisation. NHS Aim1: To provide a sufficient service to the client. - Patients: agree with this aim because it means that the service being provided is good enough and so they don't have to pay private clinics just for better service but the same procedures. - Tax-payers: agree with this aim because they feel that if they are going to have to pay for other members of the communities' health care and service then it should be of the highest quality. ...read more.

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- Patients: agree with this aim because it means that the waiting time to see a doctor or a nurse would be substantially reduced which would please the patients. - Tax-payers: disagree with this aim because they would have to pay a lot more taxes to fund the new hospitals and clinics whilst they feel that they already pay enough taxes. - Government: agree with this aim because it would mean that the waiting time would reduce and so the pressure from the pressure groups would reduce which would be good for the government. - Pressure groups: agree with this aim because it mean that the patients are happy as the waiting time reduces but they would also disagree because the community would have to pay a lot more taxes to fund the new hospitals and clinics. - Employees: disagree with this aim because it would mean more staff would be hired and they could lose their jobs if another staff member gets transferred to their specific hospital or clinic but they would also agree with this aim because it gives the employees the chance to work at a hospital or clinic which may be nearer then the one they currently use. ...read more.

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