Can you help me with this assignment? Having trouble finding information on physical assets.
Evaluate the organizing function of management as it relates to at least two of the following organizational resources:
a. Physical assets
c. Human resources
Discuss whether or not Anheuser-Busch InBev has optimized these organizational resources for effectiveness and efficiency. Justify your position.
I chose physical assets, technology, and human resources. Please reference and cite.
One approach to help you with a paper assignment is to address each section of the tentative outline from various sources, which you can consider for your final copy. This is the approach this response takes. I also attached one informative and supporting article.
Your tentative outline might be:
II. Organization in Relation to Monetary Assets
III. Organization in Relation to Human Resources
IV. Organizing in Relation to Technology
V. Anheuser-Busch InBev'S Effectiveness & Efficiency of its Organizational Resources
Organization is paramount in any company or organization but is of particular importance in today's business world. In fact, due to perpetual change, companies that are a success are also in a continual cycle of organization to ensure that their operations and procedures are designed in such a way to maximize efficiency and productivity. In an era when so many large companies seek growth through technology-driven new product breakthroughs, some question whether these companies can innovate fast enough to create such step-out growth.(1a) Therefore, disorganization can lead to disastrous results via wasted efforts, lost productivity and employee disdain at redundant tasks and processes. To prevent this outcome, organizing is about making optimum use of the resources required to enable the successful carrying out of plans.
For this paper you are asked to do the following:
This paper will describe how the organizing function of management relates to physical assets, human resources and technology. The paper shows how using these functions of management allowed Anheuser-Busch InBev to achieve their proposed improvements. This paper will demonstrate the importance, for a company, of ensuring that the proper procedures and people are in place to maintain a high quality of organization is detailed.
Now let's look at information from various sources to consider for each section.
1. Organization in Relation to Monetary Assets
Once the organization has establish goals and associated strategies (or ways to reach the goals), funds are set aside for the resources and labor to the accomplish goals and tasks. As the money is spent, statements are changed to reflect what was spent, how it was spent and what it obtained. Review of financial statements is one of the more common methods to monitor the progress of programs and plans. The most common financial statements include the balance sheet, income statement and cash flow statement. Financial audits are regularly conducted to ensure that financial management practices follow generally accepted standards. (1b)
Thus, it is imperative to have an effective and efficient bookkeeping system to organize its monetary assets. Bookkeeping is the system for keeping the records, or books, of all the money that comes into an organization and all the money that goes out of it. An effective bookkeeping system is imperative for the following reasons:
? Key stakeholders can understand exactly the financial position of the organization.
? To monitor income and expenditure against the budget.
? For accountability and transparency.
? To plan financially.
? For security - so that the company goes not lose money because of mismanagement, corruption or theft. (2)
Organizing monetary assets through an effective bookkeeping system allows will be able to give regular reports to all those to whom you are accountable, to make informed ...
This solution helps to evaluate the organizing function of management as it relates to three of the following organizational resources: physical assets, monetary, human resources, knowledge, technology. It also discusses and justifies whether or not Anheuser-Busch InBev has optimized these organizational resources for effectiveness and efficiency. Additional resources are provided for further research.