Can someone make charts for the below please? I'm bad at charts. Its for Coca Cola.
Current Organizational Structure (chart) Create a chart showing the organization of the company as it is.
Suggested Organizational Structure (chart) Create a second chart showing the organization if it were redesigned to use a customer-strategy model. You should merge sales and customer service, but the rest depends on what kind of recommendations you've made previously in other sections. If you feel that your company would benefit most from only minor changes, then by all means use that perspective in creating your chart.
I'm assuming customer service chart , honestly I'm not sure which is why I need help.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 17, 2018, 3:24 am ad1c9bdddf
Coca-Cola is an international business that makes its stronghold on the market through targeting and grooming regional markets, even sometimes ...
This solution includes two organizational charts for Coca Cola, the lead beverage development company. One chart is the current organizational structure, and the second chart is an example of organizational changes which could be made in order to improve sales for the company.
Coca Cola's mission, vision, SWOT, strategy & strategic choices
After looking into Coca Cola's Organization and becoming familiar with the mission, vision, SWOT, strategy, and strategic choices within itself. After researching the structure, systems, people, and culture at the company I became baffled on a few unanswered questions that you might be able to answer.
1. What are Coca-Cola Company's organizational design, key strategic control systems (e.g., budgeting and variance analysis systems), primary human resources concerns, and cultural factors, and the effect that these have had on the implementation of the Coca-Cola Company's strategy? Please elaborate
2. After looking into Coca-Cola Company's organization, based on your assessment or evaluation please critically evaluate the fit—or the lack of fit—between the company's mission, strategy, and organizational components crucial to implementation. Do these components complement the strategy? Why or why not?
3. I went to this website https://www.scu.edu/ethics/focus-areas/business-ethics/strategic-plan.html looking for articles on the thirteen ethical "prescriptions" so that I may be able to discuss the extent which the company's sense of business ethics has been embedded within its strategic management process but was unable to view the site. Do you have any insight on the thirteen ethical prescriptions? Please elaborate
4. If you were the CEO of the company what changes would you—as the CEO—make to better assure the success of the company's strategy? Please elaborate
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