Unit 1 - Communications in Organizations

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Communications in OrganizationsNameDaniel PlescaUnit 1Business OperationsWord count2000Date22-05-2020CONTENTSS. No.DescriptionPage No1.Examine the importance of business processes in deliveringbusiness goals and objectives. 31.1: Identify and evaluate functions and the relationships between the them, ofthe selected organisation.31.2: Identify the main processes of these organisational functions. Reviewmethods and approaches for mapping organisational processes and evaluate theprocesses.32.Investigate how business goals and objectives affect businessoperations. 42.1: Explain the effect of organisation mission, aims and objectives on thestructure of the organisation.42.2: Explain the effect of organisation mission, aims and objectives on the cultureof the organisation5Your NameAssignment1
2.3: Analyse different approaches to goal setting for organisations and setSMART objectives.63.Develop and implement plans for an operational area. 73.1: Develop and introduce plans that support the achievement of theorganisational goals and objectives. Use SMART objectives.73.2: Monitor and control plans to make sure objectives are achieved.9Your NameAssignment2
1.Examine the importance of business processes in delivering businessgoals and objectives.Increasing business performance requires analysis, modeling, control and permanentimprovement of internal processes.1.1: Identify and evaluate functions and the relationships between thethem, of the selected organisation.Operations are, in a broad sense, the management of the transformation process thatconverts labor, capital, materials, information and other inputs into products andservices for customers.An organization's operations strategy is derived from its business strategy and shouldguide and inform decisions in the four "pillars" of operations management: product &process design, demand & supply management, supply chain management, andprocess improvement. These four pillars are supported by quality, human resources,management systems, analytical tools and performance measurements.The operations function is a central element of the organization because it producesgoods and services that are the reason to exist, but this is not the only function. It is,however, one of the three basic functions of any organization. These are:• marketing function - which is responsible for communicating on the market all types ofproducts and services of the organization in order to generate customer requests for theservice / product;• product / service development function - which is responsible for creating newproducts and services in order to generate future customer requests;• the operations function - which is responsible for fulfilling customer requests for theproduct / service, by producing and delivering them. In addition, there are supportfunctions that allow basic functions to operate efficiently. These include, for example:● accounting and finance function;● human resources function.Organizations will have different sets of support functions. However, almost allorganizations have the three basic functions, because all organizations have afundamental need to sell their services and products, to satisfy customers and to createthe necessary means to meet the needs of customers in the future.1.2: Identify the main processes of these organisational functions. Reviewmethods and approaches for mapping organisational processes andevaluate the processes.Your NameAssignment3
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