The report will be based in the Training Team of the charity Feed the Poor.
The new Chief Executive, Jane Smith has set new changes in the charity and has decided that the training team and Information services will be in four major cities the reason of this is to make it more accessible to its fieldworkers.
As the name suggests, a charity, meaning that it is non-profit and reliant for donations therefore justifications are needed to show its validity of a charity by being efficient with their costs.
The report will based on:
• the new teams might work efficiently and effectively given their geographical dispersal, including devising codes of conduct
• meetings could be organised and managed effectively given the distances involved and bearing in mind the need to minimise costs
• to minimise conflict within the groups, outlining the role and remit of the team leaders
The teams have been devised into their geographical areas. The teams that will be working for their geographical area therefore no confusion will be made. Working in large groups can be sometimes difficult and many mistakes due to the amount of people working in a large group. Having smaller teams in their geographical could be seen as more effective as you are set to the geographical area. According to Susan Cain when employees have more privacy and freedom from interruption they are more creative. Therefore having been divided in smaller groups will be more effective moreover having less interruption will increase efficiency as a direct result.
Working in their geographical area will work out to be more efficient as working in smaller teams will have much more control. Having bigger teams is not effective according Nerys-Fuller Love and those in smaller groups interact better when groups are smaller. (Nerys Fuller Love) and this will lead to things getting done faster as well as effective. The difference between efficient and effective is different
Effective is where doing something has been achieved as expected whereas efficient is performing it in the best manner with least expensive and least time used.
The balance needs to lie between these two. For example, a task can be extremely effective but taken a considerable amount of time therefore not efficient due the time it has taken.
Costs must be minimised but need to find equilibrium with what the benefits outcome will be; this will be more accessible for its fieldworkers therefore a positive cost with hopeful results.
Leader or managers need to manage each team...