This is my “How do we organize ourselves?” Summative Assessment
Anson, December 12 2011
Pacific Place Report
Pacific Place stores satisfy it’s customers by changing their items mostly every week when new products release. They do this because then their customers would get the best the shop can give. Pacific Place stores organizes their items by shelves, stalls and boxes. For example, shoes on shelves, shirt on stalls and socks on boxes. Anson and Julian found that Pacific Place operates itself by organizing itself. The reason is because if a shop isn’t organized, customers wouldn’t come to the shop and therefore nobody would come and buy any of the items.
On November seventeenth 2011, Investigation group 6 went to Pacific place to find more information for their unit of inquiry “ How do we organize ourselves “We found out that, Pacific Place organizes itself by putting different types if items in piles. For example, at a Meat Shop, the staff organizes the stalls. Other stalls use the same method. For example, the fish shop used the method by putting the same fish in a pile and another type of fish in another. We found out that they organized themselves by putting up stalls which are not only eye catching but also cheap. On account of this market, Stanley organizes it’s stall by item.
How do Pacific Place shops organize themselves?
How do Pacific Place shops operate themselves?
How does Pacific Place satisfy its costumers?