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Unit 2 P3 Describe the main physical and technological resources required in the operation of a selected organisation

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P3: Describe the main physical and technological resources required in the operation of a selected organisation This report is going to describe the main physical and technological resources in Tesco plc. Tesco operations in the UK are the largest within the Group, with over 3000 stores and over 310,000 colleagues. Over 65% of Group sales and profits come from the UK business, where they are the market leader. The report describing physical and technological resources in Tesco plc will have different aspects that will be explained and how Tesco plc manages those aspects. Physical resources Description and examples of how these feature in Tesco plc (P3) How management of physical resources can help to improve the performance of the business (M1) Buildings and facilities Tesco plc operations in the UK are the largest within the Group, with over 3000 stores in the uk. Tesco plc has also expanded in different countries such as china with 124, Czech republic with 322, hungry with 213 stores, republic of Ireland with 137 stores, japan with 121 stores, etc. Building and facilities helps resources in a business by having expanding and refurbishment will help improve business appearance, for example Tesco plc said ?We are working ...read more.


for example there are insurances such as, customer insurance, employees insurance, vehicles insurance, etc. this suggest that these insurance will cover something?s that happens in Tesco plc?s stores Managing insurances is important to Tesco plc because some aspect need to be insured legally for example, if someone didn?t manage the insurances in the store such as vehicles insurances, this could cause the government to take Tesco plc vehicles away from them, which will create difficulty when customer purchasing online, etc. this indicates that having someone to manage insurances in Tesco plc will create less difficulties from the government or other reasons. Security Security will essential to Tesco plc because it prevents theft form stealing goods from Tesco plc, and keeping data secured form other people. Tesco plc prevents that Putting cctv?s around the store so that the store can contact the authority and show the tape for evidence. This shows that security would be used in Tesco plc for crime. Security managing security is important to Tesco plc because prevents any criminal action in their store for example if theft is starting increase in stores managing security is important to prevent any losses of damage or profits. ...read more.


Customer?s point of view on Tesco PLC as a stakeholders are that they want to buy good quality products at a reasonable price. For example, Tesco do offers on products that are good quality. In conclusion, physical, technological and human resources needs to be managed in Tesco plc, these are completely diverse and have different aspects that can help improve the performance of Tesco plc. For example aspects from physical resources such as Security, this improves Tesco plc because it prevents less crime in their stores and keeps customers safe. Insurances need to be managed in Tesco plc which can prevent going to court. Technological resources such as Software a licence is used in Tesco plc for example software?s such as accounting software?s, sage, till software?s. Managing technological aspect helps the performances of Tesco plc this because it keeps all their software updated and functioning. Tesco plc manages Human resources this is because it is an essential aspect that Tesco plc is mostly important to their business. This is because they provide the finance of Tesco plc by buying goods that Tesco plc sells, so it is important that Tesco plc manage their human resources by providing more service for them to help improve their performance through the sales they make from consumers. ...read more.

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