# Business insights. Баутина И.В - 9 стр.

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c. Vocabulary tasks. Collocations. Match these nouns as they occur together in the
text. Translate them into Russian.
Product
Target
Borrowing
Project
Delayering
Country
Software
company
a. Managers
b. Teams
c. Objectives
d. Lines
e. Units
f. Company
g. Process
h. Markets
i. needs
1) Banks need to be fully aware
of their customers’
borrowing needs.
2) Silicon Valley is full of … .
3) Many companies are now
organised along …, in which
each division is responsible
for a group of people.
4) A matrix organization groups
people into … .
5) Some companies are divided
into different …, often also
called profit centers.
6) A multinational company
will often have a number of
…, in charge of activities in
different parts of the world.
d. Complete the sentence. Use the appropriate phrase from Exercise A to complete
each sentence
1) Describe Microsoft’s organizational strucuture.
2) Make a plan of the text.
IV Speaking
Do you think people from certain cultures would favour one kind of organizational
structure over another? Can you think of some examples and give some reasons.
V Project work.
Work in pairs. Draw an organigram of an organization you know or talk to someone
who works for a company, ask them how it is organised. Find out about the jobs and
responsibilities of some of the people.
VI Problem solving.
Surf the internet to find out a company profile of a large company. Find out what
the company makes, what departments it has and how they are called. Use a
company profile for TESCO (see Students Book, p. 5, p. 13).
c. Vocabulary tasks. Collocations. Match these nouns as they occur together in the
text. Translate them into Russian.
Product                  a. Managers       1) Banks need to be fully aware
Target                   b. Teams             of       their      customers
Borrowing                c. Objectives        borrowing needs.
Project                  d. Lines          2) Silicon Valley is full of .
Delayering               e. Units          3) Many companies are now
Country                  f. Company           organised along , in which
Business                 g. Process           each division is responsible
Software                 h. Markets           for a group of people.
company                  i. needs          4) A matrix organization groups
people into      .
5) Some companies are divided
into different , often also
called profit centers.
6) A multinational company
will often have a number of
, in charge of activities in
different parts of the world.

d. Complete the sentence. Use the appropriate phrase from Exercise A to complete
each sentence
1) Describe Microsofts organizational strucuture.
2) Make a plan of the text.

IV Speaking
Do you think people from certain cultures would favour one kind of organizational
structure over another? Can you think of some examples and give some reasons.

V Project work.
Work in pairs. Draw an organigram of an organization you know or talk to someone
who works for a company, ask them how it is organised. Find out about the jobs and
responsibilities of some of the people.

VI Problem solving.
Surf the internet to find out a company profile of a large company. Find out what
the company makes, what departments it has and how they are called. Use a
company profile for TESCO (see Students Book, p. 5, p. 13).

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