Organisations are structured in such a way as to aid and control business activity. Typically business activity is organised around a systems approach in which inputs are converted into desirable outputs through business activity. The structure of the organisation is therefore organised to manage these activities to create the best possible results. In modern production industries like the car industry, companies have developed structures whereby cells of workers combine in quality circles to take responsibility for the continuous improvement of production activities. This leads to…

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