Explain The Responsibilities Of An Organisation And Strategies Employed To Meet Them?


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The responsibility of an organisation is to serve. Every company, business, department has a duty and remit to provide a service.
An organisation must operate within the boundaries of the law. Reputation and trust are everything, and a consumer can’t have trust or faith in your ability to deliver if you can’t prove and guarantee you’re legitimacy.
An organisation must also have strict financial control. Taking a gamble is acceptable but sloppy mathematics in a budget isn’t. Inadequate financial management is more likely than not going to result in bankruptcy and closure, losing investors a hefty sum of money.
Recruitment is vitally important. You need reliable workers who have enthusiasm but also intelligence; workers that are able to be creative but also to take advice and critique from management. Poor recruitment can result in a lack of progress or the inability to develop a rapport with prospective clients and consumers. Human Resources comes into effect here too, because a successful workforce is a happy workforce, and vice versa. Finding out what the employees expect of management and in terms of support and acting upon this will generate positive momentum. A popular place to work quickly becomes a popular place to do business with.
Structured management is obvious. There needs to be a boss who hires and fires, who has the respect of the employees and keeps the management in check. There also needs to be managers along the way down to the base level, to act in the same manner and make sure the workforce meets their targets, that their complaints or ideas are heard, and that can provide ideas for growth or improvement.
Marketing is the final point and is vital. People can’t consume what they don’t know about. A good campaign is critical. Depending on the organisation’s function and aims you will choose a medium and manage where these advertisements appear and are linked in so as to be relevant and enticing.

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