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Structure and culture of Asda-Leyton
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION................................................................................................................................3MAIN BODY.......................................................................................................................................31. Defining relationship between structure, culture, people and performance of organisation.......32. Essential nature of managerial work and its role in leadership and variables that determineeffective leadership..........................................................................................................................43. Behavioural approach of management........................................................................................5CONCLUSION....................................................................................................................................7REFERENCES.....................................................................................................................................8
INTRODUCTIONStructure of organisation defines norms, rules, standards, provisions and policies which has beenformed for attaining set defined business goals of the company. On the other hand, culture oforganisation is based on values, beliefs, attitudes and behaviour which its employee should have.The present report is based onASDA- LEYTONwhich is a British supermarket retailer founded inthe year 1949having its branch in the Leyton district of London. It is dealing in different productrange such as grocery, financial services, general merchandise having 165000 as its number ofemployees. It will define relationship between structure, culture, people and performance oforganisation. Further, explanation related to variable factors determining management andleadership in effective manner will be provided. At last, report will shed light on evaluation ofbehavioural approach as used by the company for its management function.MAIN BODY1. Defining relationship between structure, culture, people and performance of organisation.ASDA – LEYTON Mills Superstore is one of the branch of ASDA which is having its placeof business operations in the district city of London named as Leyton.ASDA being one of theBritish retailer engaged in supermarket business is having its business operations across largenumber of locations i.e. 633 as on 30 April 2019. It is conducting its business operations in retailsector with different products and services.With the help of effective organisation structure, one can clearly identify about roles,responsibilities, powers, duties. It also helps in making proper assignment, direction and controllingfunction of organisation (Al Saifi, 2015). Structure followed byASDA – LEYTONis hierarchicaland functional type having few people at the top of company performing management function.Due to large business structure and operational functions, this hierarchical structure supportscompany as it is having more levels of authority as well as chain of command which makesorganisation well structured. The term organisational culture defines values, beliefs and standardswhich company adopts to make its business performance much more better and profitable.With strong belief and thoughts,ASDA – LEYTONhas been able to capture large market aswell as customer share in the retail industrial market. As per the organisational culture, it ensures toprovide best quality and excellent services to its customers at reasonable and affordable prices.Also, it aim is to act with full integrity and serve its customer with dignity and respect (Zhu, 2015).The culture whichASDA – LEYTONhas been following is Communal culture. Thus, with the help
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