The primary objective of an organisation is to fulfil the common objective of concerned people. It is very crucial entity for society that collected individual efforts and execute these effort for meeting its primary aim. For example, business organisations have different functions like financial functions, marketing functions, human resource functions and operational functions etc (Hoffmann et al, 2008, p.39).
Organisations are composed of various human resources who work together for a common objective. The management is the most crucial factor, since it is responsible for ensuring the well being of human resources and in turn accelerating the growth of the organisation. The composition of organisation varies according to its type and nature.
The management teams are responsible for developing an organisation. These management teams are divided as per the requirement and each team looks after a particular area. For example, account and finance department takes care of financial activity and human resource department manages the employee related activities. In this process, proper leadership and relevant management style determines the efficiency level of the organisation. The primary for organising an organisation, three factors are important. These are the constitution, management committee and staffs & volunteers (Object, n.d.).
The purpose of creating organisation varies in accordance with the objective of its people. Therefore, organisation structure and type differs. They can be categorized as profit making or non-profit making; governmental and non-governmental organisations. For example, the profit making organisations are the business organisations and its primary objective is to increase its shareholders’ wealth. Whereas, the non-profit making organisations work for a social cause.
One of the primary reasons for these differences, stated above, is the objective