Organization Analysis

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Marketing Institute of Singapore (MIS)

Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in International Business (Part time) – BAIB

Course Code: UMOCAA
Course Module: Organisation Analysis
Lecturer: Veronica Jayaram

Essay Assignment

Completed By: Mandy Low Ming Li
Identity No.: S9009810A
Student ID: 12040310

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Contents

1. Introduction
2. Culture Perspective
3. Mechanistic Perspective
4. Cultural & Mechanical Perspective
5. Conclusion
6. References

Organization Analysis – Assignment (40%)
Culture and Mechanistic
An organisation’s culture is not imposed but develops through social interaction. Critically evaluate this statement in relation to the Culture and Mechanistic perspectives.

Introduction
Every organization relies on its resources to manage and run the business. There are four typical types of resources – Human resource, financial resource, physical resource and technical resource. The ultimate challenge is achieving the organizational goals effectively and efficiently through careful planning, organizing, leading, and controlling of the organizational resources. When the resources are managed well, the business will grow, generate more opportunities and increase productivity. The culture of a company leads the company to its goals. Culture can be managed or left unmanaged depending on the mindset of the leaders of the organization.

Culture Perspective
Culture is existent in any society. Culture is the learned characteristics of a particular group of people. It can be defined by everything from the language they speak, religion, cuisine, social habits and lifestyle. Culture is developed through the way people grow and socialize in their environment.

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