Daily Archives: February 2, 2021

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ven 1.Ethics are significant viewpoints where it is a lot of rules that will control the individuals in playing out the exercises by overseeing human conduct so as to lead life ethically. These angles will concern the method for getting things done by discipline the decision of picking among good and bad. It will control the human point of view by the reception of moral standards throughout their life for a superior method for living. The moral standards primarily sway the basic leadership procedure of people. In practically every one of the associations, pioneers use the moral ways of thinking to settle on different choices concerning their organizations. Moral ways of thinking have been planned so that they manage every one of the components of an association and….

The Management of Organisations

Commentary on the Decisions, p1 of Background Briefing Notes 16 Each of the “decisions” illustrates different stages in the decision making process. In each example, different stages are more important. In 1) the most important thing was recognition that there was a problem – the alarm went off. You don’t hang about to wonder why (eg it could be a test, or a false alarm), or debate alternative courses of action; you acted immediately, and got out. In 2) you knew something was going on, but it was important to formulate the problem correctly. If you had in fact overslept, you could have phoned in sick, or with your excuses; if it had been a burglar you could have phoned the police. None of these was an appropriate….

Religion Reflection Paper

•Have a clear claim. The claim must state, given what we have discussed so far, how Christians ought to relate to capitalism. It is not just your opinion, but your opinion of what Christians should think.

•You do not need to cite or quote from the authors we studied should you not wish to.  Yet I do want you to be familiar with the main arguments found there. An argument familiar with the state of the debate will be more skillful than one that is ignorant of it. Familiarity with the outline of Christian faith (“Christian story”) will also make a stronger paper, since the debaters depend on assumptions that come from that story. The chapters from Wadell have been our main source for this.

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Argument for Market Segmentation

Market segmentation is the process of dividing the market according to similarities that exist among the various subgroups within the market. The similarities may be common characteristics, or common needs and desires. (All Business – Directory Of Business Terms 2011) Market segmentation has become an important function in the banking industry because of the existence of intense competition, not only within the industry but also from the likes of finance and insurance companies. Banks deal with various types of customers e. g. , individuals, group of people, corporate entities, etc. ho all have their likes and dislikes. No bank can afford to assess the need of each and every individual customer separately. It is nearly impossible for banks to market all these categories of customers on a one-to-one….

Tibiao Fish Spa

Tibiao Fish Spa as a newly established industry in Tibiao, Antique aims to provide a one-of-a-kind experience by combining the relaxing and exfoliating effects of fishes nibbling on a person’s layer of dead skin. This new kind of body treatment is considered to be totally safe, fun, and very effective. But along their way, the business also encountered different problems and achievements that could be consider as primary sources of their internal strengths and weaknesses. We all know that a business entity should always be acquainted on its strength and weaknesses in order not to be easily penetrated by its competitors or to make the business down. In this case, if the business entity could really distinguish where it stands at this point in time, it would certainly….

Accounting Homework

  Purpose of Assignment  The purpose of this assignment is to help you become familiar with the parts of the multiple‐step income statement.  Assignment Steps  Resources: Financial Accounting: Tools for Business Decision Making  Scenario: An inexperienced accountant prepared this condensed income statement for Simon Company, a retail firm that has been in business for a number of years. SIMON COMPANY Income Statement For the Year Ended December 31, 2017 Revenues Net sales $850,000 Other revenues 22,000 872,000 Cost of goods sold 555,000 Gross profit 317,000 Operating expenses Selling expenses 109,000 Administrative expenses 103,000 212,000 Net earnings $105,000 As an experienced, knowledgeable accountant, you review the statement and determine the following facts:

Net sales consist of: sales $911,000, less freight-out on merchandise sold $33,000, and sales returns and allowances….

disscussion replies in own words plz not outide sources

 1: Explain the proper way to deliver a presentation. What tools can you use? 

2:  Describe the tasks in presentation development. Find examples of what not to do and explain why. ?

3: You have the three step process that was high lighted in chapter 12. Plan, write, and complete these steps really help guide you to creating an effective presentation. When presenting I usually have a pen and paper in front of me for both notes, also I can use it to take notes in case there is any follow up questions. I believe this helps show that you care about the audience and if you do the follow up this will build credibility as well. Also it is very important to have your in focus projector….

project planning problem set

  Earned-value analysis. A project budget calls for the following expenditures: Task                                       Date                                             Budgeted Amount Build forms                      April 1                                          $10,000 Pour foundation          April 1                                          $50,000                                                  May 1                                          $100,000 Frame walls                     May 1                                          $30,000                                                  June 1                                         $30,000 Remaining tasks          July 1 and beyond                $500,000

Define each term in your own words, calculate these values for the above project, and show your work:

Budgeted cost baseline (make a graph illustrating this one) Budget at completion (BAC) Planned value (PV) as of May 1 Earned value (EV) as of May 1 if the foundation work is only two-thirds complete. Everything else is on schedule. SV as of May 1. Actual cost as of May 1 is $160,000. Calculate the cost variance (CV) as of May 1. Schedule performance index (SPI) Cost….

ERM-Discussion(W2)

  we will review case studies from the textbook that will help add real-world context to our learnings, and help us become familiar with the concepts of root cause analysis (RCA). RCA helps organizations avoid the tendency to single out one factor to arrive at the most expedient resolution. It also helps to avoid treating symptoms rather than true, underlying problems that contribute to a problem or event.   The Wiki exercise will help us build a knowledge sharing repository, and learn about the various tools or methods that are used to conduct a root cause analysis. We will look for tools that organizations can use for conducting a Root Cause Analysis to look deeper into problems and find out why they are happening. The tools should seek to identify the origin of a problem using….

Discover Your Inner Economist

In his delightfully witty and humorous book, “Discover Your Inner Economist”, Cowen takes the dry and serious subject of economics from the mundane to the everyday. He begins by subtly stating that economics is not about money, but other motivations. “The critical economic problem is scarcity,” he says. “Money is scarce, but in most things the scarcity of time, attention, and caring is more important. ” In a highly aimless, rambling style, Cowen leads the reader down many divergent paths from topic to topic, covering everything from how to talk your spouse out of buying a warranty on a new purchase to why your daughter will not wash the dishes to why we do not have to eat “sunk costs. ” Throughout the book, two themes are clear…..