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  • A relatively small business may produce mufflers. A large business structure is required to manufacture a car.

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  • Structural Factors
    • organisation
    • management (roles and levels)
    • • marketing and advertising
    • • production and efficiency
    • • quality control
    • Restructuring
  • Organisation
    • Business takes inputs and combines them to produce outputs (goods and services) in the most efficient way in order to make a profit.
    • To a large extent the type of business structure depends on the good being produced. Businesses can be government or privately owned. The majority of businesses in Australia are privately owned.
  • What are structural factors about?
  • Forms of Business
  • Why would people change business organisation?
  • Advantages Disadvantages Sole trader Partnership Company
  • Management: Roles and Levels
    • Draw the structure of the school.
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  • Why would you change from one form to another?
  • Marketing and Advertising What are different methods of marketing? As high school students, what methods of marketing are available to you?
  • Chocolate?
  • Production: which is more efficient?
  • Production
  • Why? Why?
  • Production
  • Production
  • Quality?
  • Quality control?
  • How do McDonalds maintain their quality control?
  • Why is this important?
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