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1 UNIT 1 ABOUT A COMPANY BE V113

2 Content Unit focus 1 About a company Vocabulary builder Vocabulary
viewpoint Organizational structure Staff and duties Communication Talking about a company Grammar check Grammar review: Present Simple tense

3 Warm up After studying this unit, student should be able to….
Give the meaning of the vocabulary Describing the importance of organizational structure Identify the purposes of organizational chart Identify the duties and responsibilities of staff Ask and answer about the structure of a company Make sentences using the present simple tense

4 Warm up Work in pair. Look at the picture and answer these questions:
What is this man writing? Who do you think he is most probable? Where does he most probable work?

5 About a Company: Definition
A.K.A. firm A kind of organization where groups of people work together and are in the activity of trading. A.K.A. “enterprise” when concerned risk-taking nature A.K.A. “corporation” when concerned large size

6 About a Company: An Effective Company
To be an effective company, it has to be…… Divided into departments Assigned individual and group with right responsibilities Delivered a proper organizational structure Provided and presented a clear organizational chart with the hierarchy of responsibilities within

7 vocabulary EX.1 Pronounce these words and give the meaning Business
Finance Department Profit Organization Employee Director Capital Enterprise Employer Manager Stockholder Personnel Advantage Supervisor Corporation Production Structure Operative Staff marketing responsibility partnership tax

8 vocabulary EX.2 Put the words from EX.1 into the right category people
division Kind of firm others

9 Viewpoint: Organizational Structure
Definition: The formally prescribed pattern of interrelationships existing between the various unit of an organization on your own wording: ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

10 Viewpoint: Organizational Structure
Importance: Let employees know where and how they fit into it Enable people to work together toward company goals Satisfy contributions to the firm Way to turn plan into action

11 Viewpoint: Organizational Chart
Definition: A simple diagrammatic form presenting relationship between departments and hierarchy of rank, order, and job roles. On your own wording: ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

12 Viewpoint: Organizational Chart
Organizational chart can be used to show: The level of authority and responsibility from the top to the bottom The relationships between departments The lines of formal communication channels The relative status and prestige of employers.

13 Sample organization chart I

14 Sample organization chart II

15 Viewpoint: Organizational Chart
EX.3 Answer the questions. 1. What is the meaning of organization? 2. What is the organization structure? 3. why is the organizational structure important? 4. what is the organizational chart? 5. what are the purposes of the organizational chart?

16 Viewpoint: Staff and Duties
category Term and duties Directors non executive director executive director Overall controller of limited company a specific industrial-expert outsider giving counseling day-to-day senior manager. A.K.A. managing director (MD.) Manager Controller of functions and activities of the firm under MD. command Team members company operation engaged- employees Supervisor So called “working leader” for 5-6 people within its department contributing to clear-allocate task and increase motivation Production operatives manufacturing or assembling task-involved employees Support staff Supporting or administration task-engaged employee

17 Viewpoint: Staff and Duties
EX.3 Answer the questions. 1. How many types of directors are there in a business area? 2. What are managers responsible for? 3. What might happen in the firm if supervisors are no longer to work . 4. Give 3 samples of production operatives.. 5. Give 3 samples of support staff..

18 Viewpoint: Types of Business Organizations
Sole proprietorship Partnership Corporation Cooperative

19 Viewpoint: Types of Business Organizations
Sole proprietorship Term: a business owned by one person and the owner has total and unlimited personal liability of debt incurring by Pros: quicker decision and closer contact with the customers Cons: all decisions must be done by oneself

20 Viewpoint: Types of Business Organizations
Partnership Term: a business formed by two or more people operate for the common goal of making profit but each partner has total and unlimited personal liability of debts incurred by types: - general partnership limited partnership limited liability Pros: sharing risk across more people if business is in serious trouble. Cons: more partners join business, more stakes of profit are divided

21 Viewpoint: Types of Business Organizations
Corporation Term: a profit-focused, limited liability entity having a separate legal personality from its member a corporation is owned by multiple shareholders and is overseen by a board of directors, which hires the business’s managerial staff.

22 Viewpoint: Types of Business Organizations
Cooperative A so called co-op is a profit-oriented and limited liability entity Its members can share decision-making authority. Typically classified as either consumer or worker co-op Ideology basis of economic democracy

23 Viewpoint: Types of Business Organizations
EX. 4 Answer the questions 1. How many types of business organizations? 2. What is the advantage of a sole proprietorship? 3. Which kind of business needs people so called shareholder? 4. Why do we have to consider the forms of business organization? 5. If you want to run a business, what should you do firstly?

24 Communication: Talking about a company
Check out the dialogue below Mr. Logan: What company do you work for, Mr. Brown? Mr. Brown: I work for Ford Motor Company. And what department do you work in? I work in a Marketing. What are your responsibilities? I’m responsible for advertising and selling the company’s goods. I have to find and keep new customers and tell them about products.

25 Communication: Talking about a company
Check out the dialogue below Mr. Logan: What company do you work for, Mr. Brown? Mr. Brown: I work for Ford Motor Company.

26 Communication: Talking about a company
Check out the dialogue below Mr. Logan: And what department do you work in? Mr. Brown: I work in a Marketing.

27 Communication: Talking about a company
Check out the dialogue below Mr. Logan: What are your responsibilities? Mr. Brown: I’m responsible for advertising and selling the company’s goods. I have to find and keep new customers and tell them about products.

28 Communication: Talking about a company
Asking about the organization chart

29 Communication: Talking about a company
Mr. Logan: Who is in charge of Marketing Manager? Mr. Brown: Mark Booth Who reports to him? Fred Hayes and Jim Smith. Who does he report to? John Brown/ He reports to John Brown.

30 Communication: Talking about a company
Mr. Logan: Who reports to him? Mr. Brown: Fred Hayes and Jim Smith. Who does he report to? John Brown/ He reports to John Brown.

31 Communication: Talking about a company
EX.5 Make the question statements from the responses below. Mr. Logan: ……………………………………………. Mr. Brown: John Brown ………………………………………….... Mark booth, Tom White, and Alan Hall The board of director

32 Communication: Reading the profile
Typically most companies provide people their background information. This is so called a “company profile” that is like description of a company including 7-8 issues as follows: 1. Name of company 5. Turn over 2. Activities 6. Profits 3.Workforce 7. Market 4. Location 8. other issues related

33 Communication: Reading the profile
EX. 6 Read the profile and circle/ highlight the sentences or clauses then show the right issue from what each one you circle.

34 Grammar Review: Present Simple Tense
Form

35 Grammar Review: Present Simple Tense
Uses Indicate a general or permanent activity Describe a truth or current belief Describe how often an activity is done Indicate a fixed schedule in the future indicate both how someone acts and feel

36 Grammar Review: Present Simple Tense
Note Adverb of frequency used for the simple present is just broad Subject-verb agreement for this tense: - add –s when main verb follows 3rd person singular - match the right helping verb to the right subject - add –es when the verb end in: /s/, /z/, / /, / /, / / , / / - change the letter “y” to “I” and add “-es” when the verb follows 3rd singular subject and end in consonant “y”

37 Grammar Review: Present Simple Tense
EX. 7 Give 2-3 samples from each notice given Adverb of frequency used for the simple present is just broad ……………………………………………………………………… Subject-verb agreement for this tense: - add –s when main verb follows 3rd person singular …………………………………………………………………… - match the right helping verb to the right subject …………………………………………………………………

38 Grammar Review: Present Simple Tense
EX. 7 Give 2-3 samples from each notice given - add –es when the verb end in: /s/, /z/, / /, / /, / / ………………………………………………………………………………. - change the letter “y” to “i” and add “-es” when the verb follows 3rd singular subject and end in consonant “y” ……………………………………………………………………………….. ……………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………….

39 Note BE V113


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