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Organisational structures

Organisational structures
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Lukas Miksys

on 10 October 2013

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Transcript of Organisational structures

-CONCLUSION-
Oxfam's organizational structure
Aim
To overcome poverty and suffering around the world

Objectives
Right to sustainable livelihood
Right to basic social service
Right to safe and security
OXFAM


Aim
To make sufficient profit


Objectives
Partners
Customers
Profit
JOHN LEWIS
JOHN LEWIS
OXFAM
- Is the line on which orders and decisions are passed down from top to bottom of the hierarchy.
Chain of command

Purpose
JOHN LEWIS
Organisational structure by
function.
- Structure gives members clear guidelines on how to proceed

- Structure binds members together

- Helps different departments and areas to communicate with each other

- Framework of how the organisation works
Organisational structure
JOHN LEWIS
&
OXFAM
Lukas Pijus Miksys
Mae Nerona
Beatrice Baquiran
Muneera Aboobacker
HOW BUSINESSES ARE ORGANISED TO ACHIEVE THEIR PURPOSE.
Purpose
OXFAM
Products & Services
OXFAM
Products & Services
JOHN LEWIS
Asia
Europe, Middle East, Africa
America
Business/Organisation
Organisational structure by
geographical area.
Children's
wear
Teens'
wear
Women’s
wear
Men’s Wear
Babies' and
toddlers' wear
Clothes
Selling
Business
Organisational structure by
products.
America
Functional Areas
IT

Marketing

Human Resources

Production

Customer Service

Administration

Finance

Sales
John Lewis
Oxfam
To make sufficient profit
PARTNERS
CUSTOMERS
PROFIT
SALARIES
SECURE
WORKPLACE
GOOD VALUE
FOR MONEY
HIGH QUALITY OF
CUSTOMER SERVICE
GOOD REPUTATION
INCREASE REVENUES, REDUCE COSTS
Overcome
Poverty and Suffering
Right to a sustainable
livelihoods
Europe
Asia
Africa
Australia
Aims & Objectives
Aims & Objectives
The Business Environment
AIM
OBJECTIVES
STRATEGIC PLANNING
Right to
safe and security
BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
CHIEF EXECUTIVE
CHIEF EXECUTIVE
Children and
Family Service
CENTRAL
EAST
NORTH
WEST
National Service
Training &
Consultancy

FINANCE
HR
ICT
Management
Information Systems

Finance and
Corporate Service
Quality Assurance
Funding Development
Donor Development
Corporate Development
Fundraising
Central Fundraising
Regional Fundraising
Publications
Communication
Policy
East
North
West
Right to basic
social service
AIM
OBJECTIVE
STRATEGIC PLANNING
-fin-
John Lewis' organisational structure
Chairman of boards
Directors
Secretary
Legal
Strategy
Communication
Human resources
Finance
Digital and public relations
Sales
Operations
Retail
Brand
Secretary
Finance, Human Resources, Administration
Human Resources, Administration, Marketing
Customer Service, Marketing, Human Resources
Customer Service, Marketing, Production
Customer Service, Marketing, Human Resources
Finance, Marketing, Human Resources
FUNCTIONAL AREAS INVOLVED
FUNCTIONAL AREAS INVOLVED
Scale up agriculture programs in key countries
Promote trade fair campaign
Increase government's accountability
Focus on quality in Education
Focus on fast and effective responses to emergencies
Protection of civilians in conflict
Finance, Administration, Human Resources
Marketing, Finance, Administration, ICT
Administration, Finance
Administration, Finance
Administration, Human Resources, Customer Service
Administration, Human Resources
STRATEGIC PLANNING
Organisational structure
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