Hnd Business Unit 3

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Distribution date: w/c 20/05/2013
Submission deadline: 29/07/2013
Result and feedback date: 4 weeks from the deadline
Assessment Brief
Unit Details:
Unit Code: Organisations and Behaviour (Unit 3)
Programme Name: BTEC Higher National Diploma (HND) in Business
Awarding body: Edexcel
Unit Level (QCF): QCF-4
Academic term: May - July 2013
Course Details |
Course Name | BTEC Higher National Diploma (HND) in Business |
Unit number | 3 |
Unit Name | Organisations and Behaviour |
Credit Value | 15 |
Lecturer | Antonios/Hillary/Ousman/Raazia/Sunday/Victor |
Hand Out/Issue Date | w/c 20.05.2013 |
Submission Deadline | 29 July 2013 |
Students are expected to write a report covering the points listed under each of the learning outcomes. To achieve a pass in this unit, you must successfully address all of the assessment criteria listed (P1-P12). We expect all students to achieve their potentials and would encourage you to address all pass criteria, merit and distinction descriptors.
For certain tasks students are encouraged to use real life examples and/or the scenario provided below.
There is not set format for this report. However, like all business report you should have an introduction and a conclusion.
A Coca-Cola Great Britain
People often assume that The Coca-Cola Company bottles and distributes its own beverages. For the most part, it does not. The Company's primary business consists of manufacturing and selling beverage concentrates and syrups - as well as some finished beverages - to bottling and canning operations and other distributors. The concentrates and syrups are generally sold to bottling partners, which are authorised to manufacture, distribute and sell branded products.
Every organisation has not only a structure but also a culture. 'Culture' describes the typical way an…...

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