Business Management Units 2012
CHARACTERISTICS OF LARGE SCALE
CHARACTERISTICS OF AN LSO:
Operations efficiency, quality of service, production
Finance budget control
The buying of a controlling interest in another organisation.
Also known as a takeover.
When employees concentrate on the specialised activities
that rate high in their performance review, but lost sigh of the
Those factors affecting a situation that are pushing in a particular direction and are supporting the goal
or proposed change
Force Field Analysis
Looks at the forces that are either driving movement goal or change (driving for
Chapter 3 Summary The operations management function
Operations is the part of an organisation that has to get the job done. They are in charge of the
front-line activities or have an effect. Operations are the engine room which suppor
Unit 3 Business Management Area of Study 3
Process of products moving automatically from machine to machine with little human
The international benchmark in operations processes.
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TimeWaster Industries 2009
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UNIT 3 - Large-Scale Organisations
What defines an organisation?
An organisation is a formal structured arra
Unit 1 Business Management Notes
Area of Study 1: Business Concepts
Types of Business
Classifications of Business
Microbusiness: Less than 5.
Small Business: Less than 20.
Medium Business: Between 20 and 200.
Large Business: Greater than 200.
By James OConnor, VCE units 3 & 4
Defining an LSO
An LSO can be defined by the number of employees (200+), annual sales revenue
(into the millions), profit, total assets (200 million+) and extent of operations
(number of plac
The Seven Cs to Effective Communication
Credibility: Reliability of source and structure of correspondence.
Context: Relevance of information.
Content: Quality and meaning of information.
Clarity: Understandability of information.
- organisation that exists to fritter a particular
cause and are usually involved in research of a
- provide goods, services or finance to
disadvantaged groups in society
- organisations owned b
Business Management SAC 1
How to identify an LSO: STAMPER
Size of operations
Assets base Substantial
Market Share Commands a large percentage of marketplace
Employee base Large (200+)
Revenue Substantial gross inco
Business Management 3 + 4 notes
Unit 3 Corporate management
Large-scale organisations are very powerful in todays world and often are even
more powerful than governments aim towards the future.
They determine things such as: what we eat, drink and wea
Chapter 2 Summary
Vertical Is a structure lay out which is hierarchical. At the top of the structure there is the head of
management, whom has the most power and control, and at the bottom, is the operations level, which
are the peop
Chapter 1 Summary
Generally speaking there are 3 types of organisations.
The 3 types of organisations;
- Corporation (or companies) These are organisations which wish to produce a product of service with
aims to produce a profit, regardless is they are pr
Organization A formal or structured arrangement
where two or more people work together to
accomplish some specific purpose or set of
Importance and necessity
People can achieve things they cant do individually
Together Everyone Achieves More
Planning for future personnel needs, taking into account both internal activities and factors in the
Recent trends in the labour market
Growth of services
Flexible working hours
Length of working life
Essentials VCE Business Management Unit 3 & 4
Employee/Industrial Relations deals with the relationship between employees and
employers encompassing all aspects of their working lives regarding wages, working terms &
Unit 3 Business Management Area of Study 2
An independent check on the accuracy of financial records and accounting procedures.
A task-oriented management style in which management dictates the decision-making
process and t
LARGE SCALE ORGANISATIONS: CHAPTER 1
What is an organisation?
Two or more people who work together in a structured way to achieve a specific
goal or set of goals
Why are organisations needed?
Organisations exist to support the aims of