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Discuss what organisations are and why do they exist. Explaining how they tend to change over time.

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Discuss what organisations are and why do they exist. Explaining how they tend to change over time. In this essay I will discuss on what organisations are and why exist and I will explain on how they tend to change over time. "An organization is a group of individuals who work together toward common goals. An organization can be for-profit, such as Microsoft, or not-for-profit such as a public university." The private sector is controlled by groups of individuals were the aim is to make profit, were the government has no control. A Sole Trader is in the private sector, sole trader is the most common business in the UK, e.g. plumbers, builders. A Sole Trader is owned and controlled by one person. A Sole Trader financial ability is retained and personal and benefits financially from success. A sole trader has unlimited liability where its personal belonging is at risk. A sole trader has control of decisions in the competitive market were rapid management skills can be operated. ...read more.


If inflation is low, it attracts the customers to buy more and further investment can be taken place. E.g. Asda petrol station in Birmingham. "The public sector is that part of economic and administrative life that deals with the delivery of goods and services by and for the government" were they contribute to the community by services and protection. Examples of public sector services are fire, water services, education, and etc. A non-profit sector is another organisation, which is created by individuals, and made to pursue the government objectives. E.g. charities. The non-profit sector contributes to the economy very well because it allows other individual to join and unite to help others. E.g. the tsunami appeal. The public sector exist because to provide a quality service to the community which enables them to be happy and healthy. The private sector exist because to maximise their profit and to expand. Moreover the non - profit sector is there to help the people in need. ...read more.


E.g. Mars diversified into the ice cream and drink sector were there were successful. Were growth and survival has taken place. Carter McNamara said, "in our comparison of organizations and programs to people, we note that, as people continue to mature, they begin to understand more about the world and themselves". On that note it clearly shows on how small businesses grow to larger companies. Organisation changes over time because it allows them to adapt to the competitive market. The principal reason for restructuring because it allow's to achieve its objectives. Change is often needed when a business reaches a new stage in its lifestyle. Ref web Organisations change over time, due to technology. Technology allows busnisses to meet their demands qucikly. Employees contracts are terminated due to technology. All mojor companies are using technology beacsuse its saves time, money complaints. Businesses like Nike are clever they know what to change regarding their products. Nike has employed an army of young employees so they can have thier opinions and keep up to date in american youth. If there an unanticipated change within the business, the business may will have to expand, were management can be efficient. ...read more.

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