I am Jack Cheng, a Taiwanese student from Kaohsiung on the associate degree program at the Hubbard College of Administration (HCA), Los Angeles, CA. I am glad that I completed this “Basic Organization” course. I learned a lot of great ideas about how to organize a business. In modern society, people tend to work together in groups usually in companies or businesses. However without proper organization, as the size of an organization increases its efficiency tends to diminish in inverse ratio to its size. In short, the bigger the organization is the less efficient. Bureaucracy, wasted time, not well organized production flows and jammed communication lines, these things can happen in any organization. This course handles all those problems. After studying the data in this course, those basic organizational problems are easy to solve. In this course, I learned how to design a proper organizing board and how to correct an existing organizing board in order to make it fit the real situation. I know more about the organizing board, a hat (the write-up of the duties and responsibilities of a position), divisions (major functions of any organization), departments (the major sub-divisions of any division) and, most importantly, how to put them together and achieve an optimum efficiency and organizational benefit. This data is vital for any group, any executive, anyone who wants to have a better future. I had fun studying this course. The HCA is a self-paced business school that offers an exceptional business administration curriculum, unique learning technology, life-changing apprenticeships and internships, assistance with job placement and a lifetime warranty for students. I am currently on the “Basic Organization” apprenticeship.