Essay on Why Do Business Exist? Review

1317 Words Jan 28th, 2012 6 Pages
“Why does business exist? “ is a question that people may easily miss, because business has been so engaged in social life. However, it is still an issue that needs everyone, especially business people to deeply explore.
From my point of view, business organizations exist in order to meet the needs of our daily life. Business organizations have been everywhere in our lives. When people need food, they go to supermarkets to choose what they would like to eat. This is the business activity between people and business organizations for the fulfillment of physiological needs. When people have the need of employment, they may choose to get participated into the business organizations and be a participant of business activities. Thus they can
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He indicated that in a free market society like our current one, business existed to serve the needs and wants of people. Sometimes, it would be an improvement upon something we had used for a long time. Take Coke as an example. Coke has evolved from plain Coke to new Coke, to Diet Coke, and to caffeine free Coke, from small bottle or 2 liter bottle, and fro glass to plastic bottles. Business organizations have adapted previous goods as the needs or appetite of people change. Innovative, enterprising inventors and businesses brought these products to market to advance our lives, and how we go about our jobs.
These two “wise counselors” provide very interesting ideas, which is similar with mine. We all point out that one major reason for the existence of business is to serve people’s needs and wants in several different hierarchies. However, Mr. Bushnell mentioned making profits, which is broadly regarded as another significant purpose of business.
In the article “Build Your Company’s Vision”, written by James Collins and Jerry Porras, it is stated that core value of a company helps build a thorough insight into your own company. Core values of an organization are those values we hold which form the foundation on which we perform work and conduct ourselves. There may be an entire universe of values, but some of them are so primary, so important to us that through out the changes in society,

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