Differences between company #1, #2 and #3
One of the differences between the companies includes their mission and mode of operation.
The mission of the Company#1 is to provide the best brokerage services to the clients with
fewer fees and high returns. The mission of Company #2 is to transport and deliver a wide
variety of products to the clients safely and on time hence meeting the expectations of the
clients. On the other hand, the third company has the mission of making reliable electronic
components of the highest quality to the clients and provision of the excellent customer
The other difference between the companies is in their sizes. Company #1 is a small business
that has 40 employees in total, one branch manager, and six staff at each field office. The
main office is made up of 15 staff. Company #2 is a medium-company that has 1700
employees in total, which include 650 drivers that help in the delivery of products and
running errands in the company. The employees also include 780 stock workers who load and
unload the trucks as well as administrative employees that have been split among the
locations. Company number 3, on the other hand, is a large business that has exposure to the
largest number of clients and is made up of 15,250 employees. Among the three companies,
Company #3 has the largest number of departments that are aimed at helping them achieve
the goals that they have put in place. It is important to note that Company #3 will require the
most complex communication strategies among the management and the employees to ensure
that there is synergy in the workplace and that people are able to achieve the objectives of the
company in the best way possible for the benefit of the company and clients. One the other
had company number 3 will require less complex communication system due to its size
(García-Sánchez et. al., 2020, Sigmar, Hynes & Hill, 2012)
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