Often, when the organizational structure of a company is presented, it's represented with an outline or diagram consisting on boxes or nodes that are connected by lines and organized by levels depending on their hierarchical organization. It is an abstract representation to understand the complexity of an organization of people who pursue a specific and collective purpose, beyond individual, personal and professional goals.
To know how a company works without having any job experience in companies is pretty complicated. It is difficult to conclude, based only on paper, the order of the activities implemented by humans and machines, and how they all turn into an inlet and outlet of raw materials, processed products, packages, capital and agreements. Each of its parts and its whole should be analyzed. Understanding the organization of companies helps to understand society. For this reason, in addition to the R+D internships that Futureco Bioscience offers to highschool students, now also expands the training more focused on business administration.
On the 14th, 15th and 16th January 2014, Futureco Bioscience will host two students of the Lycee Français Bel Air Garraf to do an internship more focused on journalistic than scientific research. During these three days, these two students will be devoted to interview, observe, analyze and propose appropriate questions to the key staff of Futureco Bioscience, what are the objectives and activities of their departments and their relationship and flows of information and resources with other Departments. From market research to identify business opportunities to development of new products for that market, through R&D and Regulatory Affairs, Quality, Production, Administration and at a more advanced point Dissemination.
The students will be tutored during three days, taught to make appropriate questions to get as most relevant information as they can of the organization. But mostly they will be taught to do the kind of research beyond the laboratory, research and analysis that have more to do with consultancy and journalism. Beyond the research in laboratories, through their context.