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Business & Business Environment Assignment - (The UK Super market Sector)

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Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1SECTION 1......................................................................................................................................1P1 Differentiating between profit, non profit and non governmental organisations..............1P2 Size and scope of the organisations...................................................................................3P3 Different kinds of structures and functions.......................................................................7SECTION 2 Case Study- The UK Super market Sector..................................................................7P4 PESTLE and identify the positive and negative impacts the macro environment has uponthe UK retail sector.................................................................................................................7P5 SWOT analysis and external Five Forces Model of a UK super market to identify thestrength and weaknesses......................................................................................................10P6 Explain how strength and weaknesses interrelate with external macro factors.............11CONCLUSION.............................................................................................................................11REFERENCES.............................................................................................................................12
INTRODUCTIONBusiness environment refers to the combination of internal as well as external factors thatare directly or indirectly affecting the operations and functionality of the organization (Sullivanand Gouldson, 2016). The interaction may be direct or indirect and these involve various numberof factors as well which are being considered and are given importance in the businessenvironment. Some well known examples of this can be classified as customers, employees,supply, marketing, sales etc. The report is about different organizations such as small, medium,large etc. The influence of macro environment on different sectors have also been included.Some frameworks such as Pestle etc. can be used in order to identify various strengths andweaknesses of the organization.SECTION 1P1 Differentiating between profit, non profit and non governmental organisationsThere are different types of organizations such as profit, non profit, non governmentalorganizations etc. Every organization has a different impact on the overall economy of the world.Discussing the differences between them as under :Profit organizationsNon Profit organizationsNongovernmentalorganizationsProfit organizations areconsidered as the firmsin which the basictarget is to achievesources and means togain a higher rate ofproductivity.Rather than focusingon the fact of helpingthe people andcommunities, the onlygoal of profitorganizations is to gainNonprofitorganisations areconsidered as the firmsin which the focus is onproviding help andsupport to the ones inneed. Rather thankeeping their focus onmoney, the actual focusis on providing helpand support toindividuals.Some well known andNon governmentalorganisations areconsidered as theorganisations that arealso referred as NGOs.Usually, these are alsoconsidered as the nonprofit organizationsbecause the funding ofsuch firms is done bysources like donationsetc.There are some1
profit by variousmeans. Also, it can besaid that their onlyconcern is to achievemoney (Hamilton andWebster, 2015).All the policies ofprofit organizations areprofit oriented. It isbecause they plan andwork with the target ofgaining a higher rate ofproductivity.Increasing the revenueof the firm is the firstpriority of profitorganisations.Profit organisationsmake use of varioustactical features inorder to attract a higherrate of customers sothat they can becomeable enough to gainhigher revenues as wellas higher interests.Some very commonexamples of profitorganizations areconsidered as Googleetc.common examples ofnonprofitorganisations can beconsideredascharitable organisationsetc.These are developedand initiated in order toperform some socialcause. Although theyhave some limitedsources for thefinancial help but still,they try to provide thesupport and help in theavailable funds only(Hair and et.al., 2015).A very commonexample of this can beconsidered as theAmerican Red cross.The main purpose ofnonprofitorganisations is toprovide an efficientamount of support tothe people who areactually in need.The supply of servicesand goods is also donein a way that with allvolunteerswhoparticipate in suchorganisations and thenprovide all the help andsupport to the people.The purpose of NGOsis to provide propersupportwithoutconsidering any sort ofbenefit, financialsupport etc.They supply all theproducts and serviceswith the funds theyhave achieved throughmeans of donations etc.2
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