Types of Organizations and Their Nature

First and above all, I praise almighty Allah (subhuman WA tall) for endowing me with health, patients and knowledge to complete the assignment successfully. I am extremely grateful to my parents for their love, caring and sacrifices they have made for my education and preparing me to face my future. Your prayers is what have supported me to go so far and help me to stand firmly where I am now. Am particularly thankful to my lecturer Mr.. Unheard Yap for giving me his constructive guidance and patience during the period wrote the assignment. Furthermore, I would like to thank

Superior Company for letting me use their name to write the assignment. I particularly like to thank my sister and friends for their valuable advices and support which they have given me. Finally, I thank all the people involved directly and in-directly for their continuous encouragement and support, without which this assignment would not have been possible. May Allah thank you all! Executive Summary This report provides an overall analysis on the types of organizations and their functions, performance of Superior limited, market economies, international trade and how UK businesses are effected by the emerging market like BRICK countries.

This report comprises 3 major tasks which includes explanation of the types of organizations and their nature. Organizations are mainly divided into 2 categories they are public organizations run under government e. G. Public limited companies (Pl) and private organizations operated by the private individual’s e. G. Sole trader. People who are interested in the operations of the organizations are known as stakeholders e. G. Shareholders, employees, customers, competitors etc. It a responsibility of the organization to fulfill their needs and interest if they want to run the business in its most effective manner.

In addition, it is important for large companies like Superior Ltd to have mission vision aims and objective of the business to know why they are existing in the market. A clear understanding of the company and its market provides better knowledge which can be used to operate the business in full potential. The report also highlights on the different type of economic system present in the Current economy. Economic System is concerned with how the economy is going to use the scarce resources to gain maximum satisfaction. They are market, command and mixed economic system.

For the countries to gain fast economic growth the government implies economical tools like fiscal and monetary policies to achieve macro-economic objective s like sustainable economic growth, price stability, trade surplus, equal distribution of income etc. Furthermore, report also contains about the benefits and drawbacks of the international trade by taking Superior as an example. International trade is a good way for business to make high profits by selling their goods at wider market. But this depends on whether the people Will buy good as the culture and taste of people may differ.

Especially in emerging markets, as they have unstable economic environment which can hinder the flow of functions on firm. The reports also summarizes condition about the debt crises of ELI and how it is effecting the I-J businesses. As E plays are big role in UK exports and the economy. Table of contents Introduction -? -05 Task one: 1 -Organization –06 I. Sole trader -;–06 ii. Partnership –07 iii. Public limited companies (Pl) –07 2. Responsibilities of stakeholders in Superior 08 Consumers -? –08 suppliers -? 09 Employer 3. Superior -? –10 Task two: 1.

Economic systems 11 Command economic system 1 1 Mixed economic system 2 Market economic system 2. Command/planned economic system monetary policies on Superior international trade on Superior UK business in emerging markets 3. European Union effects on I-J firms Ta bled of figures Figure 1 Types of stakeholders -08 Figure 2 Types of economic systems 11 Figure 3 Trade cycle 14 Introduction 3. Effects of fiscal and – 15 Task four: 1. Effects of 16 2. Business environment is the study of how the business is effected by the Economical, Political, Social, Technology by the operation of the business.

It is important for business to have a clear understanding of its internal and external environment to take effective decision making and operation. Superior’ is a clothing company operating in the UK and international fashion market. The company is well known for its quality and price of the brand. They have been continuously growing ever since they have entered the market. Their aim is to grow in I-J and online market and always tried to outperform the competition. There are 2 types of organization in the market I. E. Private and public organizations. These organization have unique goals for each.

Superior will have shareholder who must be satisfied at all cost if the company want to run on profit. The report has mentioned about the different type of economic system with characteristics and policies which government can use to balance the economies. Moreover, about the importance of trade internationally, especially in emerging market like BRICK countries.

It advisable to conduct research on the market before a firm enter due to different market conditions. Task one 1. Organizations Organization is a group of people collaborating together for achieving particular goal or task (Compeller, N. 014). In a business, organizations are divided in 2 main groups they are public sector organization and private sector organization.

Public sector organizations are owned and controlled by government. They are usually nonprofit making organization created to serve the public. While private sector organizations are profit maximizing firms operated under private individuals. Types of organization: I. Sole trader A sole trader is a business owned and controlled under a single ownership. This is the most common form of any start up business.

Here the owners will enjoy all the profits and loss generated by the company. The business is relatively easy to set up as few capital is needed to operate the business. Decisions are taken much faster with no influence of outside persons but only by the owner of the business. The business can keep a good customer relationship as owners can personally keep interaction with customers thus allowing the business adapt to market changes faster. However, sole proprietorship business cannot generate a high profit as much as big companies does.

The owners will have unlimited liability, this means the owner is liable for all the debts of the business, even to the extent of selling his own personal positions as there is no separate legal entity, the owner and business are considered to be one. Lack of creativity and innovation will exist as single owner is making the all the decisions and there is no guarantee that all decisions taken by him will result in profitable for the business. Less members in the business also reduces the amount of capital invested furthermore, this also results in more workload for the owner as he/she only have to deal with business activities.

Life span of the business will end with the death of the owner. (The times 100. 1995-2014) ii. Partnership A group Of people interact together for achieve particular objective or a goal is known as partnership. In here all the profit and loss made by the business is shared among the partners according to the law of agreement made between them. The agreement should be either verbal or written. Some of the things which includes in agreement are the profit and loss sharing ratio, capital invested, roles and responsibilities of partners, partners private information’s.

The business must have at least have 2 members and can add up new members up to 20. Decisions are taken after the consulting with the partners therefore, this will slow the decision making process due to conflicts between them. Resulting slow adaptation to market changes. But in partnership they can invest more capital to the business helping to achieve more growth in future. Partnership allow partners to share skills and workload between them thus making them complete work faster. Partners can bring in new ideas into business allowing it to be more innovative and creative.

In partnership there will be at least one partner having unlimited liability and one who is having limited liability. (The times 100. 1995-2014) iii. Public limited company (Pl) A Pl is a large scale operating company issuing shares to the public and is controlled under the shareholders of the business. Before the business becomes a Pl it must be registered under the Memorandum of Association specifying the business is public. This type of business is very expensive to set up and many formalities have to be filled before it can gain the license of Pl. The shares issued by the company must be at least 50000 pound.

Shareholders can enjoy limited liability as it have spate legal entity form its owners. Moreover, as Pl is large scale operating company this gives more assurance for the banks and other institutes, that they will pay the loan amount making it easier for the company to borrow loan in big mount and an use that for future expansion of the business. There are some drawback of Pl, it is difficult to operate due to more number of shareholders. The company cannot respond to changes in the industry as any decision made by the business is after consulting with shareholders which can slow down business operations.

The biggest drawback is that the original owner of the business will lose absolute control over the activities business and the overall profit of the business must be shared among the shareholders which can result in low profit for the original owner. Death of a shareholder cannot will to affect the business operations. (Merchant, P. 2014) Stakeholders are group of people having interest in the activities of the business. They can be either external stakeholders or internal stakeholders. External stakeholders are the people who are outside the business environment, e. G. Government, social groups.

While internal stakeholders are the people who are inside the business environment. They can be directly affected by the activity of business, e. G. Shareholders, employees. (The times 100. 1995-2014) Figure 1 Types of stakeholders Customers: Customers are the most important stakeholders in the business. Without hem there is no meaning of doing business. When a customer buys a product service the most common aspect they look for is the quality of the goods/service, reasonable price and customer service. For any business waiting to run in profit, it must satisfy the needs of their customer. (The times 100. 995-2014)

Superior have given lot of efforts on making their customer satisfied. Better customer service was one main point triggering the success of the company. This includes, fast online delivering, guarantee the quality of products, if any faults occur in the delivering process they will try to solve it as fast as they could. Customers was kept as their first priority, as happy customers will build brand loyalty which in turn create a good image of business and thus increase profit. (Supererogatory. Pl. 201 2) Suppliers: Suppliers are the people who are delivering raw materials or other production materials to the company.

A company must have a good supply chain ensuring a smooth inflow of stock in business. As any delay caused by the suppliers will affect the business production. (The times 100. 1995-2014) Superior have always tried to keep a good relationship with its supplier and takes seriously its roles and responsibilities and aim to ensure that’s their appliers and manufacturers are following the local and international legislation and use the best practice for ethical trading. The Superior also uses ‘hands-on-approach’ being actively engage in checking whether the raw products are delivered from responsible business partner.

It’s a good practice as this will ensure that the supplier won’t deliver cheap or faulty goods knowingly or unknowingly. As a result this will help Superior to maintain good reputation and avoid unnecessary problems. (Supererogatory. Pl. 2012) Employees: Employees are the most important assets of any business. A well skilled and motivated workforce will help the business to maintain a good performance and increase the profit. They can affect growth of the business since their pay levels and their job security will depend on the profitability of the business.

Superior’ have kept a good employee loyalty by practicing ethical labor practices respecting the rights of their employees. These include independence creation of association, no forced employment, safe and healthy working environment, no discrimination between employees regarding their gender or religion, fair wages, no physical maltreatment, seasonable working hours, no child labors and given job security as with the agreement made between employer and employees. The company also provides training to its employees to improve their knowledge and skill which in turn can increase the productivity of the business.

Healthy workforce will generate more profits and help to sustain its growth in future. (Supererogatory. Pl. 201 2) 3. Superior Superior is a company operating in the fashion industry selling their goods internationally. Ever since the company was set up it have outperformed competitions and gained popularity and recognitions throughout UK and internationally. Supererogatory. Pl. 201 2) The mission of the company was to grow in youth fashion industry of UK and world market by offering premium quality clothing and accessories for both men and women with an affordable price.

The company have continued grow its market share throughout UK and internationally by opening new stores and through internet. Since the flotation in London stock exchange in 201 0, the business is focusing its strategy on 5 important areas. This includes roll-out of standalone stores in I-J and Europe, developing online offer (20% internet growth annually), expanding the international business, extending product range and evolving an infrastructure that delivers profitable growth and operational efficiency.

They are achieving this by building brand awareness by proving currency websites and franchise roll-outs. (Supererogatory. LLC. 2012) The group has also had goals of providing better working environment to its employees and have given lot of care to improve their performance. Furthermore, by giving best customer service and offering quality product with reasonable price. (Supererogatory. Pl. 2012) The group have gained 313. 8 million profit in 2012 while 237. 9 million in 2011.

That’s a growth Of 31. 9% in the revenue of the company. Supererogatory. Pick. 2012) Task two 1. Economic systems An economic system is production and allocation of good and service inside the economy by using it scarce resources to gain maximum satisfaction in the economy.

They can achieve this by answering 3 fundamental question arising inside the economy they are, what to produce? How to produce? For who to produce? There are basically 3 main types Of economic system found in the economy. (Griffin, D. 2014). They are; Figure 2 Types of economic system Command/planned economic system Command economic system is where the government decide how to allocate resources inside the economy.

The 3 fundamental questions in the economy are answered by the state itself. In the modern world, only very few countries like china, North Korea follow this economic system. Griffin, D. 2014). This economic system is proven to be beneficial as it help to stabilize the development of the economy. All resources in the economy will be fully utilize, thus resulting full employment.

The goal of this system is to provide the basic goods to the people and improve their overall standard of living and reducing the occurrence of disturbances in the economy. It balanced economy between rich and poor. Most of the production firms are run under overspent thus allowing sale of good at lower price which can be affordable to everyone.

The government will be more efficient at monopolizing economies resources in a large scale and can carry out big projects much easily to increase the growth rate of the economy. In addition, this also eliminates the existence of self-interest and welfare generating population which can hinder the stability of the economy. However, this system uses strict rules and regulation to control the economy, resulting loss of freedom of individuals. Private individuals are discourage to start new businesses thus reducing imputation in the market.

Low competition will demoralize firms to become more innovative and creative in their production. People will not get many choices, whatever the government produce they must buy, resulting inefficient allocation of resources. Moreover as the firm is nonprofit making organization, they won’t try to reduce their cost by applying latest production methods, again resulting productive inefficiency in the economy. Mixed economic system In here both the government and the market will decide how to allocate resources in the economy. The 3 fundamental questions are answered by OTOH government and market itself.

This mean the economic system will comprise ownership of both private and public sector enterprises. Thus overcoming the draw backs of planned and market economic system. There are many countries following this system e. G. Maldives, Sir Lankan etc. (Griffin, D. 2014). The mixed economy will allow the resources to be fully utilize at its optimum level. Even though private sector plays major role in the usage and production and provision of goods and service, the government will monitor their movement checking whether the private companies are following ethical practices in production or not.

Private firms are encourage to become more innovate and creative at their work providing low price goods due to competitive market. Producers and consumers will have sovereignty of choosing between goods which are more appealing to them. However there may be chances of occurring unethical markets supplying harmful good to the economy. Government then can apply stick rules and regulations to control those unethical practices. Unequal distribution of income may occur as people who own the firms will become wealthier than people who are working under them.

In here, the government plays role only by proving odds which are under provided by the private firms, usually unprofitable businesses like providing street light facilities, or building roads etc. Market economic system In market economic system free market allocates resources in the economy.

The three fundamental questions are answered by the market itself. In here the role of government is limited and the resources are utilized in its maximum potential. This is most common form of economic system followed by many countries in the world including India, UK and Kenya. Griffin, D. 2014). In this economic system most of the firms are owned by private individuals. They are is existence of high competition among firm on achieving biggest market. People are having many choices for goods and service.

All the firms are trying to reduce their cost as much as they can and provide the goods which are demanded by the consumers if they Want to survive in the market, which in turn increases the innovation and creativity of firms. Higher competition will cut down inefficient firms in the economy.

Thus resulting best utilization of resources. However, as firms want to reduce their cost of production they may adapt capital intensive method of production which can reduce the employment level. Related affecting the standard living of people and can widen the gap between the poor and rich. Which is not a good sight for any developing economy as it may drag down its growth rate. Cut down of firms can result in waste of resources as they are now unemployed and unused. In here government plays role only when its necessary.

Like with the provision of important sectors like military, banking sector etc. , which must be run under the state. They also will create laws which must be followed by the firms if they want to operate in the market. 2. Fiscal and monetary policy Fiscal and monetary policies are tools used by government to stabilize the economic conditions of the country.

This includes achieving macro-economic objectives like full/higher employment, low inflation, surplus balance of payments, sustainable economic growth and higher standard of living. (Kenny, T. 014) Fiscal policy is by changing government spending and taxes bring maximum welfare to the economy.

Whereas monetary policy influence the spending of saving of people by varying the interest rate concerning with the current situation of economy. (Kenny, T. 2014) Figure 3 Trade Cycle GAP Boom Recovery Slump Recession Time As shown in the figure 3, when the economy is in recession, they will experience high rate of unemployment, low inflation or deflation, low GAP (Gross Domestic Product), unsustainable economic growth, low income and wealth of economy and lower standard of living.

As economy is in recession the government can use expansionary fiscal policy. That is increasing government spending and reducing the tax rate of economy to increase the real income of the people (Kenny, T. 2014). Reduction in income tax will encourage people to spent more thus increasing the demand. The government can also give subsides to firms in order to overcome the high cost and use it for innovation of the product leading to higher efficiency and employment in the economy.

Higher demand motivates producers to produce and supply more goods to the economy, which in turn increasing the employment and overall GAP inside the economy. Moreover, government can use monetary policy to reduce the interest rate supporting producers to take on more loans to improve the efficiency of production and so on. Lower interest rate will suppress people to save more and spent less. It also will cause to equalize balance of payment as import will reduce while exports increase. Opposite conditions apply when the economy is in boom period.

People are tend have more income thus increasing the aggregate demand. At this stage the inflation is tend to be very high, negative balance of payments will occur as imports are more than the exports. So to stop the economy form over heating government will apply the theory of contraction fiscal policy. That is spending less and taking more money form the economy (Kenny, T. 2014). Higher tax rate will cause people to spend less on the goods and service. Thus controlling high demand and price of the economy.

The overspent can also apply the concept of monetary policy to increase the interest rate to further tighten the level of pay. Higher interest rate will encourage people to save more and spent less, in addition this will also attracts foreign investors to invest in the economy. Nonetheless, high interest rate can cause people to import more since the value of currency is increased. Before government practice these theories they must be aware of the multipliers in the economy. Incorrect usage of the policies sometimes results in collapsed economy.

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