GLO-BUS Decision for Year 11

Within the GLO-BUS simulation, your team should complete the first year decision, Year 11. This Year 11 decision will be graded. Go to the GLO-BUS Web site and review the Year 10 information on your company’s operating results. You may wish to print a copy of the Year 10 company operations reports to easily review the information.
When you complete your team decision activity, as a team, write and submit a short paper (approximately 1-2 double-spaced pages) analyzing your team’s previous and current decisions, and your anticipated results. Each member should submit the same paper.
This paper is meant to be a rolling analysis assessment, which looks backward and forward in time. It is not expected you will have a full and complete picture of that particular week’s results, prior to writing the paper. The intention for this assignment is for you to indicate:
What strategy you will be implementing.
What your most recent decisions are, and why.
What your current view of your anticipated results is.
And optionally, where you are going in the future.
You should relate your analysis to your team’s overall strategy, discuss why you made the team decisions you did, discuss the results, and discuss the short- and long-term business and financial implications of your decisions.
Reminder: The GLO-BUS decisions are assessed by the online simulation software. Your instructor will use the assessment feedback provided in the simulation as well as the scoring guide criteria to determine your grade for this assignment.Resources 

GLO-BUS Decision for Year 11 Scoring Guide.


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