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PRINCIPLES OF MANAGMENTSUBMITTED TO: Prof. Dr. Khawaja Amjed Saeed SUBMITTED BY: SHERAZ LIAQUAT ROLL NO: E10MBA096 SECTION : (B) PROGRAM : Banking & Finance

HAILEY COLLEGE OF BANKING & FINANCE PUNJAB UNIVERSITY, LAHORE

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTIn the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful Praise be to Allah, the Cherisher and Sustainer of the worlds; Most Gracious, Most Merciful; Master of the Day of Judgment. Thee do we worship, and Thine aid we seek. The way of those on whom Thou hast bestowed Thy Grace, those whose (portion) is not wrath, and who go not astray. Ameen

I am heartily thankful to my Principles of Management teacher, Prof. Dr. Khawja Amjad Saeed, whose encouragement, guidance and support from initial to the final level enabled us to develop this report. With his dedicated lectures we were able to practically understand and apply what we have learned in the classes.

Pak Suzuki Motor Company Limited.Hailey College of Banking & Finance

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PREFACE

The field of Automobile sector has always been a source of inspiration for me. God gave me an excellent opportunity to complete my project at Pak Suzuki Company Limited, one of the leading telecom companies in Pakistan.

I had a general idea about the Automobile Industry, but once I practically started the Project in Telecom sector I observed much about Automobile, I realized the importance and significance of Automobile for the development of economy. To adjust such a large commercial organization was not an easy task. However, by the grace of Almighty Allah, I finished my project in a suitable manner and I learned a lot about the Management system of Pak Suzuki Company Limited.

Pak Suzuki Motor Company Limited.Hailey College of Banking & Finance

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARYThis project is about the organization structure of Pak Suzuki Motor Company. During the project, Ive done the detailed study of Pak Suzuki Motor Company Limited like their company profile, mission, vision and corporate values. With the help of Internal and External analysis, Ive sorted out the environment factors of the organization and how Pak Suzuki is meeting the challenges through its strengths and opportunities. An economy is the system of human activities related to the production, distribution, exchange, and consumption of goods and services of a country or other area. The composition of a given economy is inseparable from technological evolution. At the closing of each month, the directors conducts meeting of the staff to discuss about the functioning of the head office. However, casual meetings can also be conducted in case of emergency. There is information and complaint desk available in the head office.

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CONTENTSACKNOWLEDGMENT............................................................................................................ 2 PREFACE .................................................................................................................................. 3 Executive Summary ................................................................................................................... 4 Introduction ................................................................................................................................ 7 Our Vision .............................................................................................................................. 7 Our Mission ........................................................................................................................... 7 System .................................................................................................................................... 8 Statement of Ethics and Business Practices ........................................................................... 8 Corporate Strategy ................................................................................................................. 8 Products...................................................................................................................................... 9 Components of Organization Structure: ................................................................................ 9 External & Internal Environmental Analysis .......................................................................... 10 Internal Factors: ................................................................................................................... 10 External Factors: .................................................................................................................. 11 General Environment: .......................................................................................................... 11 Political Environment ...................................................................................................... 11 Legal Environment........................................................................................................... 11 Economic Environment ................................................................................................... 12 Socio-Culture Environment ............................................................................................. 12 Technological Environment ............................................................................................. 12 Dimensions of Organizational Structure:............................................................................. 12 Complexity....................................................................................................................... 12 Formalization ................................................................................................................... 13 Centralization: .......................................................................................................................... 13 Strategy and Structure: ............................................................................................................. 13 Goals and Objectives: .............................................................................................................. 13 Strategies: ................................................................................................................................. 13 SWIFT (1300cc) .................................................................................................................. 14 LIANA (1300 & 1600 cc) .................................................................................................... 14 CULTUS (1000cc) ............................................................................................................... 14 ALTO (1000cc) .................................................................................................................... 15

Pak Suzuki Motor Company Limited.Hailey College of Banking & Finance

P age |6 MEHRAN (800cc) ............................................................................................................... 15 APV (1500cc) ...................................................................................................................... 16 JIMNY (1300cc) .................................................................................................................. 16 Corporate Planning: ................................................................................................................. 17 CONTEMPORARY STRATEGY STRUCTURE: ............................................................. 18 Technology: ......................................................................................................................... 19 Organic Vs Mechanistic Structure: ...................................................................................... 19 Routine tasks Vs Non routine tasks: .................................................................................... 19 Strategic Recommendations..................................................................................................... 20 REFERENCES ........................................................................................................................ 21 Conclusion ............................................................................................................................... 23

Pak Suzuki Motor Company Limited.Hailey College of Banking & Finance

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INTRODUCTIONPak Suzuki Motor Company Limited was formed as a joint venture between Pakistan Automobile Corporation and Suzuki Motor Corporation (SMC) - Japan. The Company was incorporated as a public limited company in August 1983 and started commercial operations in January 1984. The initial share holding of SMC was 12.5% which was gradually increased to 73.09%. Pak Suzuki is pioneer in Automobile Business having the most modern and the largest manufacturing facilities in Pakistan with an Annual production capacity of 150,000 vehicles. The vehicles produced include cars, small vans, Pickups, Cargo vans and Motorcycle. Pak Suzuki holds more than 50% Market Share. Following the aggressive policy of Indigenization, Suzuki vehicles have a healthy local content up to 72%. This was made possible by strong support of our vendors. Pak Suzuki has the largest Dealers network offering 3S (Sales, Service and Spare Parts) facilities across Pakistan. Caring for the Environment Pak Suzuki was pioneer in introduction of Factory fitted CNG vehicles. Pak Suzuki always endeavors to go aggressively for the sound development of the society by increasing motorization, industrialization and creating job opportunities thus improving the peoples living standards with the combined efforts of all the dealers, vendors and Pak Suzuki e