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Tesco organisational structure

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P3 Tesco organisational structure Tesco Tesco is a global organisation which operates in 12 countries around the world, Tesco operate in the private sector. The organisation has over 500, 0000 people up to date working for them over these 12 countries obviously an organisation of the sort is going to have multiple branches spread out in each of the country they operate in. The graph above is a store organisational chart and refers to how Tesco stores are organised in a country and the different level title within the organisational structure. ...read more.

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After the chairman, we have the CEO which is supported in his task by company secretary Jonathan L Lloyd In turn the directors make decisions and run the countries operations. For example, at the head of Tesco PLC UK is the geographical area manager Chris Bush, who is part of the HQ board of directors. He has underneath him the area mangers like north of England for example. These area managers then have the regional managers underneath them e.g. north Yorkshire. From this we finally have the store managers, the Bradford foster square is an example. ...read more.

Conclusion

Food, electrical products, fresh products and clothing products are the different type of product with this product based chart. At Tesco, the corporate aims are set by the chairman at the Headquarter; the chairman cannot make these decisions on his own so he is helped by his colleges (the other directors). From the board of directors, theses Aims are then passed down to the CEOs who also passes them down to geographical area manager after they are dealt with. From there the aims are passed down to area managers. Finally, we have the store managers who ho receive these aims and put them into practice. ...read more.

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