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    • M4 BUSINESS STUDIES Satree Phuket EP
      • We shall now take a look at the organisation within a company or business.
      • The business can be broken down into separate departments that each provide a separate yet important function.
      • Accounting
      • Human Resources
      • Marketing and Sales
      • Operations
      • Procurement
      • Research and Development
      • Information Technology
      • Communication
      • Administration
      • Money, money, money.
      • The measurement and reporting of all things relating to the money within a business.
      • Responsibilities include raising money to start a business, paying taxes on time and paying for goods, services or wages.
      • Any action concerning the finance within a business must be recorded and stored by the accounting department.
      • finance - the management of money
      • the money required to start and run a business
      • The department within a business that is responsible for the employees within a company.
      • Hiring and firing of employees.
      • Training of new and existing employees.
      • Dealing and helping with any employees problems such as illness.
      • employees - the people paid to work for an organisation or business.
      • fire - to dismiss someone from their job, tell someone they have lost their job.
      • train - educate an employee, help them to carry out their job.
      • Responsible for selling the companies products and maintaining the relationship with the customer.
      • Marketing – Promoting a companies product, advertising, getting people interested in a product.
      • Sales – Finding purchasers of a product, coming to an agreement on the selling of a product.
      • promote - help to make something popular
      • purchaser - the person that is buying a product
      • Makes the product or delivers the service.
      • Production
        • produces the raw materials into the delivered goods.
      • Customer Service
        • supports customers who need help with the product or service.
      • Buying or purchasing raw materials or component parts.
      • Responsibility of procurement to purchase the right quality and quantity of goods and/ or services - at the best price.
      • Finding out ways to improve a business by increasing knowledge and using this knowledge to create new applications.
      • research – study a subject in order to find out more information about it
      • development – the act of improving something by changing it or making it larger
      • Computers within business.
      • T he study, design, development, installation , support or management of computer-based information systems, particularly software applications and computer hardware.
      • IT deals with the use of electronic computers and computer software to convert, store, protect, process, transmit and retrieve information, securely.
      • Responsible for communication within the organisation, as well as outside the organisation.
      • Public Relations.
        • Dealing with customer relations
        • Making sure the public has a good impression of the business
      • Provides administrative support for other departments. Organising people and resources efficiently.
      • Typing
      • Filing
      • Data Entry
      • Timekeeping
      • Organisation by type
      • Global businesses – complex organisation structures
      • National – organisation possibly stretches throughout the country
      • Regional – could be through a county or wider area (North West, South East, etc.)
      • Local – small organisations serving local area or community
      • Who are the stakeholders? – Anyone who has an interest in the success of a business
        • Customers
        • Managers
        • Employees
        • Owners
        • Local Community/Environment
        • Suppliers
        • Government
        • Creditors
    • GENERAL ROLES IN THE OFFICE Business Computing
      • Manager
      • Secretary
      • Computer Programmer
      • Software Developer
      • Assistant Manager
      • Security Staff
      • Cleaner
      • Graphic Designer
      • Team Leader
      • Accountant
      • Computer Technician
      • Sales Agents
      • Advertising Staff
      • Health and Safety
      • Architect
      • Personal Assistant
      • Trainee
      • Dentist
      • Receptionist
      • Kitchen Staff
      • Janitor
      • Web Designer
      • Gardener
      • Chef
      • Telephone Operator
      • Nursery/ Crèche Staff
      • Tea Boy
      • Delivery Driver
      • Chauffer
      • Engineer
      • Prime Minister
      • Farmer
      • Fisherman
      • Journalist
      • Psychiatrist
      • Nurse
    • TASK
      • Each student will have different a job role… lucky dip time..
      • You must stand up and tell the class your name, job and who you work for. Then add your information to the discussion for lesson 2.
      • Also tell the class what your job description is and 4 things you must do as part of your job.
      • Finally, 1 reason you like your job…. and 1 reason you don’t.
      • My name is Aj. John.
      • I am a teacher. A
      • teacher is someone who
      • works in a school giving lessons.
      • My job is to..
      • 1) Educate students.
      • 2) Give grades to students and help them pass exams.
      • 3) Make sure students come to class on time and don’t have long nails or funny hair.
      • 4) Help students to speak better English.
      • I like my job because the students are very friendly.
      • I don’t like my job because I must wake up early EVERY day.
      • Try and talk to the class without reading from the screen.
      • Use cue cards to help you remember…. small pieces of paper with the important facts from your presentation.
      • When other students present, please listen. Some of the information will be in your exam.
      • Have fun!