...selling a wide range of beers, and soft drinks around the world. This company operates as a multinational company. Carlsberg is based in the primary sector by brewing their own beer, and also operate in the secondary sector by manufacturing their soft drinks and beers. ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURES Purpose Carlsberg needs to have a good division of work, lines of control, and good communication. They need this because the company is handling 45,000 employees around the world, so to make sure the employees are working well, and are producing good quality work, they need to have line of controls, and good communication within the organization. To help the employees work at a good standard, Carlsberg should divide their staff into different functional departments, so that the employees have good communication, they are not confused, and have some good control over them. Carlsberg supplies their product to different kind of consumers, to make sure the consumers are satisfied and happy with the service, Carlsberg may need to employ good workers, but firstly they may need to be trained before they start the job. Division of work Carlsberg can divide the amount of employees they have into different groups, if they do this then it can benefit by having the employees getting more of some understanding of what to do, which then causes less confusion and better communication. For example when tasks are set they will be done carefully, and will be well performed. The...
Type of Organisational Structure and Purpose of Tesco and Oxfam
2050 WordsFeb 15th, 20139 Pages
Year 12 Business
P3 Unit 1 – The Business Environment
Tesco and Oxfam are both huge global businesses who both sell products to the general public however are organised completely different. In this leaflet I will compare and contrast organisational structures of both companies.
Type of organisational structure and purpose of Tesco and Oxfam Part A
Tesco organisational structure is hierarchical. A hierarchical structure has many levels. Each level is controlled by one person. Hierarchical companies tend to be a very big company just like Tesco is. In a hierarchical instructions are generally passed down from one person to another until it gets to the bottom of the hierarchical structure. If there was a problem in a hierarchical…show more content…
As Karen Brown is the chair person she goes at the top as she is the head of the company and in charge of all functional areas and makes all the main decisions within the business. She has help from the vice chair and the trustees who accompany Karen in running the charity. Members of the company are called the Oxfam association. This means that they are placed under the honorary treasurer, manager, and executive director. The members are appointed by the Council and ratified by the Association. The people at the bottom of the chart are the managers of each of the functional area, they are in charge of everything that goes on in that area. Trustees are really important within Oxfam as they are responsible for everything that Oxfam does and what it achieves.