Which of the following are the basic elements of an organisation, as discussed by the instructor?

(A) Strategic advantage, capabilities. competencies, strength

(B) Value chain, management, operations, customer service

(C) Finance, administration, human resource, supply chain

(D) Structure, systems, culture, people practices

Explanation

The basic elements of an organisation as discussed by the instructor are: Structure, Systems, Culture and People practices.

The Organisational Structure demonstrates how different tasks are divided and grouped into organisations and the Structure in the organisation explains the role of the members of the organisation.

The System model in an Organisation is designed to balance the goals of an individual with that of the organisation.

Culture in an Organisation contains certain values, and beliefs which distinguishes behaviours that are appropriate or inappropriate within an organisation.

People practices are the procedures followed by the members of an organisation and how it affects the organisation as a whole.

Conclusion

This question is a part of the Weekly Quiz 1 section from the Organisational design: Know your organisation course. You can check out all the quiz answers to this exam in our Organisational design: Know your organisation Quiz Answers page.

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