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Business Management - 1. How does the organization achieve “compliance” from its members. As our organisation is unionised, it is harder for managers to receive positive compliance from it’s employees as the reward power is minimized. Due to the unionization, decisions about promotions and giving raises are not allowed to be made by supervisors and managers. This restricts the amount of control the managers have over the compliance of its employees. However, I believe that my organization still exploits some power over the interest of my team members....   [tags: Business Management] 1033 words
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European Business - European Business Introduction This assignment has been split into two parts, Part A and Part B. Part A of the assignment I have been asked to produce a report for Eurotown on the general trading conditions that exist between the UK and France, Germany and Italy. Part B of the assignment I have been asked to write a report on one of the new countries joining the European Union about its economic profile, the impact of enlargement on UK businesses and the implications for the EU Single Market. Part A As a local industrial journalist I feel I have invaluable information in which I can offer to Eurotown involving the general trading conditions that exist between the UK, France, Germany and I...   [tags: International Business] 1635 words
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My Business Idea - My Business Idea In my coursework I intend to start my own business. I will devise my own business plan which outlines my business proposal and the key aspects, during this I will need to seek good business advice on the necessary steps I will have to make. As I go through the coursework I will show evidence, examples and explain how businesses are set up, what types of businesses there are and their similarities, the kind of targets businesses set for themselves and also the different objectives of different stakeholders....   [tags: Business and Management Studies] 1480 words
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Business Entity Selection - Business Entity Selection People go into business to make money. Unfortunately, not everyone considers the proper way to structure his or her business so that it can make money in an optimal way while operating within the framework of the law. Failing to select a structure for a business carefully can mean the loss of that business and of its associated assets. I will discuss various types of business entities that exist and the pros and cons of each. Specifically, I will explore • Sole Proprietorships • General Partnerships • Limited Partnerships • Corporations • Limited Liability Corporations I will also discuss following business situation: • Joe's Lawn Care and Landscape Equipment...   [tags: Business Analysis Strategy] 1691 words
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Business Credit Evaluation - Business Credit Evaluation Credit Review Summary What Banks Look For The most fundamental characteristics a prospective lender will want to examine are: - credit history of the borrower - cash flow history and projections for the business - collateral that is available to secure the loan - character of the borrower - loan documentation that includes business and personal financial statements, income tax returns, and frequently a business plan, and that essentially sums up and provides evidence for the first four items listed The first three of these criteria are largely objective data (although interpretation of the numbers can be subjective)....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing Coursework] 778 words
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Business Process Management - BPM is a new approach to delivering operational improvement. It was born of the integration of Business Process Reengineering and new process centric rules based IT tool suites. While component parts of these tool suites have existed since the late 1980s, they were not combined until a breakthrough in the early 2000’s. The real breakthrough that allowed this coalescing of products was the advent of rules based application generation that was tied to process models. At that time, about 2003, the various component products were brought together to form BPM product suites....   [tags: Business Strategy Process Analysis] 1545 words
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Japanese Business Market - Introduction External influences affect the types of products developed, the nature of positioning and market segmentation strategies, the type of services offered and the choice of business to acquire. The increasing complexity of business today is evidenced by more countries developing the capacity and will to compete aggressively in world markets. The external influences that affects a business venture in the global market varies from country to country. Establishing a new business venture in an area such as Japan would require an analysis of its cultural and economic environment....   [tags: International Business Japan] 1304 words
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Business Process Management - Business Process Management  Introduction  For every business there is a process in place. For some businesses, there are a number of laid down processes. These processes actually form the building units of the business which is pre-requisite to end results of the business. Zairi (1997) defined a process as an approach for converting inputs into outputs. Davenport (1993) defined process as a structured, measured set of activities designed to produce a specified outcome for a particular customer or market.W e need to realize that these processes might be performed routinely by members of staff of the organisation who are also the operators, without bearing the ultimate end results in mind....   [tags: Business Management Analysis] 1260 words
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Zara Business Analysis - Zara Business Analysis Fundamental business philosophy of Zara The fundamental business strategy of Zara is very simple which is linking customer demand to manufacturing, and liking manufacturing to distribution. Zara has been running their business in fashion industry which is susceptible to seasons and quick changing customer tastes. Zara has been approached to and considered their business as a perishable commodity business just like a fresh baked cake or bread to be consumed quickly. Thus, the main business tactics of the company in context of this business philosophy is ; [ Short lead time ] More fashionable clothes and embracing quick changing customer's tastes [Decentralized M...   [tags: Business Management Strategy Analysis] 1501 words
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Apple Business Model - Abstract Apple Incorperation is one of the most sought-after computer campany Introduction The world wide web is very strong and has changed the word in many ways. As a fan of Apple Macintosh,I am personally impressed with many of its innovations.It strikes me whether or not the company has really become monopoly. This paper will explore its business model and its so called I will closely examine Apple in different areas -PC market -software -portable player -music Then the second part deals with the judging of its monopoly position based on the microeconomic aspects....   [tags: Business Analysis Strategy Management] 1809 words
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Business Intelligence Software - Business Intelligence Software As we discuss the possibility of emerging into business intelligence software we must keep in mind the overall purpose of using any type of software is to reach strategic goals in order to increase market shares. I will discuss how business intelligence software will allow us to meet those strategic goals. We will establish what type of information and analysis capabilities will be available once this business intelligence software is implemented. We will discuss hardware and system software that will be required to run specific business intelligence software....   [tags: Business Software Essays]
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Business Management Analysis - Rocco Rapini, owner of Decorative Interiors Inc (DI), aged 47 years has suffered an unexpected heart attack on 8th July, 2006 and is advised by doctors to reduce stress significantly in daily routine. This has forced him to take an appropriate decision about his business. He is in a dilemma and not able to decide which course of action will be beneficial both for his business as well as his health. Keeping this in mind, he has hired the services of a management consultant to help him take a decision on how to proceed....   [tags: Business Management Analysis Strategy] 1007 words
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Sapient Business Analysis - Sapient is a business consulting and technology Services Company based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, that was founded in 1991 to specialize in client/server application development. Sapient was one of a group of companies (along with firms such as Cambridge Technology Partners and i-Cube) that sought to differentiate themselves from traditional consultants by offering strong technical skills and application development to enable companies to get business value out of technology within fixed-fee/fixed-time contracts and by focusing solely on client's success to achieve long term goals and objectives....   [tags: Business Analysis Management] 1098 words
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TapNet Business Plan - TapNet Business Plan TapNet Executive Summary TapNet.com (Trade Association Portal) represents a tremendous opportunity for it's directors, partners and potential stockholders. 1.1 The Opportunity The Internet and specifically business-to business applications are expanding at a tremendous rate. Many companies and associations are entering this portal area to provide valuable products services to the industry and generate economic profit at the same time. TapNet's Board of Directors saw this opportunity about year ago and has been fine tuning their concept and approach....   [tags: TapNet Business Management Essays] 7524 words
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Business Strategic Planning - This paper is a reflection on three simulations as they relate to strategic planning. The first simulation, “Thinking Strategically”, highlights the importance of environmental scanning. The second simulation, “Developing Grand Strategies”, challenged decisions made which lead to effective strategy formulation and choices. The third simulation, “Creating a Strategic Road Map”, provided a simulated experience of how to build a strategic roadmap and the importance and effectiveness of formulating action plans and goals....   [tags: Business Analysis Strategy Management] 1433 words
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Business Process Outsourcing - The trend in the world of business grows rapidly. Historically, it is difficult to find the best solutions for the common issues in business such as quality, cost and innovation. Nevertheless, business experts have reacted by implementing strategies. One of these strategies is "the farming out of services to a third party" (Overby 2007), which is called outsourcing .According to The Daily Telegraph (2007), worldwide outsourcing is now valued at approximately $US4 trillion. Originally, it was thought that only IT management could be outsourced....   [tags: Globalization Business Offshore Outsourcing] 1337 words
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Wal-Mart Business Report - Table of Contents EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1 COMPANY HISTORY 2 BUSINESS DESCRIPTION 4 PRODUCTS AND SERVICES 4 BUSINESS METHODS 5 FINANCIAL ANALYSIS 6 COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS 7 CONCLUSION 8 Works Cited 9 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The purpose of this business report is to gain familiarity with Wal-Mart and to learn about the different aspects that make Wal-Mart a successful company. This report gives an in-depth analysis of the company history, services and products provided, the company philosophy, business methods, organizational structure, and financial and competitive analysis....   [tags: Wal Mart Business Analysis] 1797 words
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Business Decision Making - Introduction Thinking critically and making decisions are important parts of today’s business environment. It is important to understand how the decision making process works and the steps involved. The nine steps of the decision making process are: identifying the problem, defining criteria, setting goals and objectives, evaluating the effect of the problem, identifying the causes of the problem, framing alternatives, evaluating impacts of the alternatives, making the decision, implementing the decision, and measuring the impacts....   [tags: Business Management Decision Making] 783 words
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Business Regulation Simulation - Introduction There is a complex legal issue that has the attention of senior management at the Alumina Company. How that issue is handled will affect the way the company does business and its standing in the community. The purpose of the next few paragraphs will be to describe the company and its stakeholders, determine the values of the company, set the current situation, analyze the risk factors in possible solutions and present a best solution for Alumina to follow. The company/stakeholders/values Company info Alumina is a four billion dollar company based in the United States of America; it has operations in eight countries and seventy percent of its business is in the United States....   [tags: Business Management Analysis] 1148 words
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Guajilote Business Analysis - 1. What is your impression of Guajilote as a business venture. This venture has been able to improve the income and quality of life of the members of the organization as narrated in the case. The members were earning 1500 annually but now they are earning this amount per month. Another good point is that it has been able to raise the product prices partially. There are concerns about the following: It has not been able to move up the value chain, in that it can not easily transport the product to the other places to fetch the better prices....   [tags: Business Analysis Strategy] 1390 words
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AT&T Business Analysis - AT&T Business Analysis Executive Summary The world is experiencing a communications revolution. The Internet, e-Commerce and other developments (including the convergence of communication technologies) are profoundly reshaping economic and social life. AT&T must position itself to meet the challenge of this revolution. The strategic development of information-based industries is a key to the future social and economic development of the world. The telecommunications industry is of vital importance to the development of the information-based economy....   [tags: Business Management Essays]
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Alumina Business Regulation - Alumina, Inc. is a USA-based aluminum maker that operates in eight countries around the world. The company receives 70% of its sales in the United States. Alumina's business interests include automotive components and manufacturing packaging materials, bauxite mining, alumina refining, and alumina smelting. Improper use of these materials can have an adverse affect on an environment and the people in the surrounding areas. Statutory and common laws are in place to govern businesses and how organizations do business....   [tags: Business Analysis Management] 1618 words
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Business Regulation: Alumina - Business Regulation: Alumina Inc. Since the creation of the Environmental Protection Agency in the 1970s, businesses in the US have been required to adhere to stringent federal environmental regulations. (Reed, 2005) Alumina Inc., a US-based aluminum manufacturing company, is not the exception. Alumina is faced with the challenge of remaining financially viable, while meeting EPA expectations, as well as stockholder expectations. The following is an analysis of those issues and opportunities as well as a proposed solution to the problems that face Alumina Inc....   [tags: Business Management Analysis] 1685 words
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Ebay Business Analysis - Internet Strategy Paper eBay, Inc. EBAY INC. eBay, the online auction web site, was founded in San Jose, California on September 3, 1995, by computer programmer Pierre Omidyar as AuctionWeb. The very first item sold on eBay was a broken laser pointer for $14.83. Chris Agarpao was hired as eBay's first employee and Jeff Skoll was hired as the first president of the company in 1996. In November 1996, eBay entered into its first third-party licensing deal with a company called Electronic Travel Auction to use SmartMarket Technology to sell plane tickets and other travel products....   [tags: Business Case Study] 1822 words
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Amish Business Relations - Amish Business Relations The Amish are a group of people that teach separation from the outside world. A group that originated from Switzerland is centered in the United States and Canada. Their rules as a society require farming and personal simplicity as their way of life. the luxury of having electricity and telephones are not accepted in this odd way of life. Their transportation is reduced to horse and carriages as a way for them to remain simple. These old order Amish traditions are very strictly enforced....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing Coursework] 550 words
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Dell Business Analysis - Dell Business Analysis Where are we going. Dell is currently migrating to new technology. They have opened new facilities in Europe and North America to help customers and independent software providers with next generation Internet technologies. They also are gaining rapid experience and know-how into applying the rules of business. Dell has created valuechain.dell.com, which provides suppliers with secure access into Dell’s operations. They have also secured deals with BellSouth DSL and Samsung which will be made public later....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing Coursework] 346 words
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Yahoo Business Analysis - COMPANY BACKGROUND Yahoo. Began as a student hobby and evolved into a global brand that has changed the way people communicate with each other, find and access information and purchase things. The two founders of Yahoo!, David Filo and Jerry Yang, Ph.D. candidates in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University started their guide in a campus trailer in February 1994 as a way to keep track of their personal interests on the Internet. Before long they were spending more time on their home-brewed lists of favorite links than on their doctoral dissertations....   [tags: Yahoo Business Analysis] 1418 words
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Business Law Antitirust - Because the field of Business Law is so great, this paper will examine a single aspect of Business Law, that of antitrust action. Specifically, as it is applied to Microsoft, antitrust litigation is raising eyebrows in both the legal and business worlds. There is a hue and cry that antitrust laws as they exist today have outlived their usefulness when applied to cyber commodities and artificial intelligence. This paper will present those opposing viewpoints and attempt to answer the question: are laws wrought in the industrial age applicable to today’s technology....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing Coursework]
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International Business - International Business Question No 1: Describe the four basic levels of international business activity.Do you think any organization will achieve the fourth level?Why or why not. Question No 2: For each of the four globalization strategies, describe the risks associated with that strategy and the potential returns from that strategy. __________________________________ Answer for question No 1: The four general levels of international buisness activity are: 1.     Domestic business 2.     International business 3.     Multinational business 4.     Global business....   [tags: International Business Management]
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Business Development - Business Development Career Overview: Business development—or "biz dev," as insiders call it—is all about growing your company's bottom line. The job of the business development professional is typically to identify new business opportunities—whether that means new markets, new partnerships with other businesses, new ways to reach existing markets, or new product or service offerings to better meet the needs of existing markets—and then to go out and exploit those opportunities to bring in more revenue....   [tags: Business Management Strategy] 1790 words
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Business Ethics - Business Ethics The statement has been made that "ethics has no place in business" and the implications of this statement and its inferring characteristics provide a complex issue in the operation of national and multinational corporations. Because ethical decision making is often not as profitable as choices that do not embrace ethical elements, the perspective has emerged that the nature of an effective business mindset inherently brings about unethical behavior. In order to consider this statement and its implications, it is necessary to recognize the ethical decision-making processes of a number of companies, and reflect upon the fiscal, organizational and operational implications of e...   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing Coursework] 1076 words
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Business Etiquette - Business Etiquette The Importance of Etiquette Etiquette has always been an important part of life, be it social or business. However, it seems that business etiquette is has become more important in the last decade. This is mainly due to the fact that the business world is becoming more global and that “relationship selling” has become must for success. Etiquette is important for a variety of reasons. It helps to ease what might become and uneasy situation and can make or break business relationships that are worth millions of dollars....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing Coursework] 3382 words
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International Business - International business has many aspects that you need to be aware of before doing business in another country, whether you are a small business or a fortune 500 company. There are many different cultures and ways of doing business around the world. I choose to focus in on doing business in Italy. They have many different ways of doing things than we do here in the United States. There are certain topics of conversation that are welcome, there are certain ways of dressing, certain ways to make a deal with them and many more....   [tags: Business Case Studies] 610 words
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Business Requirements - Business Requirements Listed below are different phases ordered by how they will be executed. Detail activities within each phase are listed in "Execution Approach" section of this document. Phase 1 - Business Analysis and Design Phase 2 – Informatica/Business Objects Installation Phase 3 – ETL (Extract, Transform, Load) Development and testing Phase 4 – Development of reporting universe and reports development Phase 5 – Implementation support and user training Phase 6 – Production Implementation and Support Project Deliverables • Historical data load and data mapping from current systems to new data warehouse....   [tags: Business Analysis Strategy management] 1341 words
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International Business - International Business 1. International Business is a transaction between two or more countries and is primarily based in a single country, but acquires some meaningful share of its resources or revenues (or both) from other countries. It comprises a large growing portion of the world's total business. Although it's riskier and more expensive it allows for greater variety on different products and services at lower prices. Domestic Business is a transaction within the home country; it acquires all of its resources and sales, and all of its products or services within a single country....   [tags: Culture International Relations Business] 1681 words
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Business Ethics - Businesses have power through their ability to spend vast amounts of money. They have the ability to enhance or change situations that the common individual does not. As organizations affect many people, they have obligations to their employees, consumers, community and the world. They have a responsibility to conduct business in a way that is not harmful and which positively benefits as many people as possible and themselves. Although this sounds simple, it is "easier said than done!" as there will always be a conflict of interest between various groups of people....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing Coursework]
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Business Ethics - The stockholder and stakeholder theories are two popular frameworks used to examine the purpose of business and its ethical obligations. With reference to the quote above, both theories seem rational and enjoy strong support. However, a common failing of both is typically how humans interpret and implement the theories in contemporary business environments. For instance, Enron was so focused on the raising the price of their stock that they “cooked the books to produce fake profits”1. This paper will provide a description of each theory and, analyze ethical justifications and major objections to each theory....   [tags: Business Financial Scandals Accounting] 1701 words
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Business Marketing - Business Marketing Four basic categories define the business market: 1. The commercial market 2. Trade industries 3. Government organizations 4. Institutions Commercial markets include individuals and firms that acquire goods and services to support, directly or indirectly, production of other goods and services. Example: When Lufthansa buys aircraft built by the European consortium Airbus Industry, when Sara Lee purchases wheat to mill into flour for an ingredient in its cakes. Trade industries include retailers or whole sellers that purchase products for resale to others....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing Coursework] 1078 words
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Business Forecast - Business Forecast This Paper examines and compares various forecasting techniques used for qualitative and quantitative business forecasting and their use in Firstlogic Inc., to forecast the demand under conditions of uncertainty. Time series and Delphi forecasting methods are considered for this research to evaluate their ability to make effective decisions regarding the future. Business Forecasting Business forecasting is the process of studying historical performance for the purpose of using the knowledge gained to project future business conditions so that decisions can be made today that will aid in the achievement of established goals....   [tags: Business Forecasting Research Essays]
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Business Presentation - Business Presentation Techniques for a Perfect Business Presentation Technicalities are all too often to blame for miscues and failures in today’s Business world. How often do you hear about some on not getting a Job because there was a technicality problem with his or her resume. Unfortunately it happens all the time. I plan on presenting the skills and knowledge from start to finish for a perfect business presentation. Listening is not a skill that most people perform well; on average a person listens at only 25% efficiency (Curtis, 1997), making listening even more important to develop this skill....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing Coursework]
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Business Report - This report is to show Helen Marsh and Brian Taylor the problems of their business in more detail than the report give (case study). I will outline and investigate further into the following matters: Growth Performance Management REPORT- SOFTWEAR SYSTEMS Executive Summery In this report I have given a lot of research into the relevant subjects. I think that the way I have looked at the possibilities will help Helen Marsh and Brian Taylor overcome some of the obstacles in their organisation in order to make there business successful....   [tags: Business and Management Studies] 3933 words
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Business Evaluation - Business Evaluation The subject that I interviewed was Mike from Allstate Insurance. Mike is an agent who owns his own office and has his own employees but at the same time is also an employee himself for the Allstate Corporation. The nature of Allstate is the sales of different lines of insurance policies. Mike's office is very service oriented although they are in the sales business. He classifies his office as a retail business with the explanation that he is selling something that is not provided directly by him, rather by the company, and because what he is selling is being bought....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing Coursework] 1367 words
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Business Report - Business Report SOCIAL CUSTOMS Every country has it’s own social customs and gestures. Ireland has its share of social customs that differ from the United States, but for the most part the countries are relatively similar. Friendliness and hospitality have always been the hallmark of the Irish people. People in Ireland react to strangers very politely, as you would expect in most parts of the United States. The attitude toward foreigners in Ireland is reasonably friendly, and welcoming, as opposed to being hostile....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing Coursework] 3131 words
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New Business - About a year ago my buddy Jeremy Jackson started a business. He was going to school and found it very hard to find a decent job here in Chico. Due to the large amount of students and the lack of businesses their just wasn't enough jobs to go around. Jeremy always had a way of making things work; you could see it in his everyday life. He doesn't come from a family with much money so he was basically on his own. So after a few months of being unemployed and analyzing this small town Jeremy figured it out....   [tags: Entrepreneurship Small Business] 1095 words
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Internet Business - Internet Business Executive Summary: Over the thousands of years that people have engaged in commerce with other, it has adopted the tools and technologies that became available. The combined influence of continuing sales growth and rising operating costs has caused the company to consider whether it could move the entire sales operation onto the Internet....   [tags: Business Analysis E-commerce] 1932 words
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Business Teams - Business Teams Effective coaching and team building skills are important in many contexts. Whether discussing a high school soccer team or a team of business executives, many of the same strategies and skills are needed to allow teams to succeed to their highest potential. In this paper I will discuss these strategies and skills and explain their importance. I have interviewed a former high school soccer player about her interpretations of effective coaching and team building skills, and will compare the information gathered during the interview with issues discussed in the Robbins and Hunsaker text....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing Coursework]
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Reinsurance Business - Reinsurance Business ARTICLE I – PARTIES TO AGREEMENT This Agreement is solely between the Company and the Reinsurer and the performance of obligations of each party under this Agreement shall be rendered solely to the other party. In no instances shall anyone other than the Company or the Reinsurer have any rights under this Agreement except recognizing the Company has the sole responsibility for the evaluation and appointment of the Underwriting Manager, Managed Care Concepts of Delaware, Inc....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing Coursework] 4963 words
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Business Report - Business Report EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Fantasy ROCK will be a small business that provides entertainment and leisure activities. We will sell a variety of foods and beverages. Our menu will contain many dishes. A large appetizer section, Steaks, Chicken, sandwiches, hamburgers, soups and salads will be our specialty. We will sell several types of beer on tap and in bottles. A few micro brews such as Fat Tire Ale, and Honey Brown larger will be kept on tap, as well as the cheaper larger brands such as Budweiser and Coors....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing Coursework] 3324 words
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International Business - Not being involved with any outsourcing business, I experience the flatness of the world through online communities, media streaming, file and information sharing, e-mails and chatting, etc. Through social networking websites like Friendster, I can stay in touch with my distant friends and relatives. Instead of going to a mall, I can actually stay at home and shop online from anywhere around the world. And as a student who is usually bombarded with a lot of research work, I rely on search engines like Google and Yahoo, and on online encyclopedias, dictionaries and news articles....   [tags: E-commerce Globalization Business] 1021 words
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Business Ethics - In today’s global society, a Code of Ethics policy is used to label established, acceptable behaviors among that industry’s business associates, potential investors, and the corporation’s executive officers and employees, and most important, the consumer (Ethics Resource Center, 2003). In an attempt to promote an increased efficiency and productivity potential level, among employees and prospective clients, a corporation’s standard Code of Ethics should guide its members toward a more in-depth examination of their personal moral activity, and how these actions affect the people or acquaintances they encounter....   [tags: Business Ethics Morals]
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Business Management - I am planning to open a sporting good store. There are certain things I need to do in order to properly plan, organize, direct, and control this store. I would also need differing levels of management and decide on a management style that works best for both my store and me. In this paper I would develop a plan that will cover all these things so that I may open a successful business. I would begin the planning process by determining what recreational activities are available in the particular geographical location....   [tags: Entrepreneurship Business Planning] 1193 words
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Business Simulations - Computer simulations are software applications that enable a user to run a model of a system. Users can interact with computer systems, setting input variables and observing what changes occur to outputs. They can animatedly explore the model domain in real time, start and stop the model, make changes to test hypotheses, and experiment in a non-prescriptive fashion. The interactive, dynamic and open nature computer-based simulation is an excellent teaching tool. A tool that put users in charge of their own learning, thinking process, and own understanding of a particular system, which create valuable individual learning experiences....   [tags: Business Management Strategy] 1658 words
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Business Communication - Dear Michael, I am writing this letter to you in hopes of helping you understand what is taking place in our business communications course. I do understand that as a native speaker to English, this course may be a bit difficult for you, however please don't worry as I am always here to help you. This week we are putting our focuses on the "Word Power" conference. This conference has been set up for students to participate in a fun new way of introducing new words and phrases. These words and phrases are English culture specific and may be difficult to learn, however with my help I am hoping you will understand the definition of the word as well as understand the phrases that this word pr...   [tags: Communication Business Letter] 1209 words
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Business Management - You are the CEO of a conglomerate with many businesses in many industries in many geographic regions. a) Discuss what Goold and Campbell Style you are likely to adopt( justify your selection) b) How do you manage synergies in the portfolio c) How do you ensure companies you acquire fit into your ‘Heartland' in the Goold, Campbell, Alexander Parenting- Fix matrix. Specifically outline how you intend to add value to the acquisition you make. (A) Conglomerates face the challenges involved in managing multiple activities in multiple markets....   [tags: Business CEO Management] 1330 words
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Business Plan - Business Plan Executive Summary Target Things is a mobile training and safety instruction company; it will utilize the DART Targeting System, a computerized range system incorporating the latest in technology and graphics. It is a 3-D range, which can be used for archery or other weapons type training. This convenient, compact and very affordable Dart digital shooting system comes in three portable cases that can be easily transported in a mid-sized vehicle. One case holds the electronic equipment, another the firearms, and the third case holds the screen/frame....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing Coursework] 2038 words
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Business Analysis - As a manager in the organization that is being acquired, I would give some Price Waterhouse advice to help with the transitional period of the company by building a guiding team. I feel it's fundamental to creating a successful change in any organization. Furthermore, the cohesion of the employees will be more effective overall. During the last two months of the company prior to the change, I would create a team of creditable employees consisting of managers and workers. The goal of this change management team would be to convey a message that is clear to avoid any confusion among the ranks of the employees....   [tags: Business Analysis Management] 1186 words
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Business Proposal - I would like to start a new business in the outer most Northern part of Fort Wayne, Indiana. This business will consist of being a sewing or quilt shop. A quilt shop or sewing store consists of many "Husqvarna Viking" sewing machines, Viking accessories, quilts, cabinets, desks/sewing machine tables, books, software, fabric, and much more. We would carry Husqvarna Viking and white sewing machines and sergers and offer a complete education and support package to provide added value to each machine sold....   [tags: Entrepreneurship Business Plan] 1067 words
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Business Strategies - Firstly, new technology beening a strong growing part of economics in recent years all around the world. Technology progress is the world economic development prime motors. The advance in technology not only naturally has provided the advantageous method for the transformation, also changed various countries' strength contrast. The government more value the important of new technology. Every new technology created a number of rich people. Those few people know what most of people don’t know, that’s why they can make money....   [tags: Business Management Strategy] 1619 words
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Business Outsourcing - Outsourcing to foreign shores, or offshoring, is an idea that has long been in practice, yet meets resistance when American business seeks to send jobs overseas. Sending jobs overseas may help a faltering American business keep their doors open and keep more important jobs open for American workers. Outsourcing has been a business practice for hundreds of years. Adopting legislation to curb Offshoring will limit American businesses competitive edge, one that helps small business thrive and grow, and helps big business to plant an American flag in the international business of offshoring....   [tags: International Business FDI Foreign Direct Investme] 1593 words
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Business Propsal - Aim: To produce satisfying films and related products in order to earn an appropriate profit and at least not lose money; and of course earning more out of the less is what we hope for. Outline of what we will involve As an overview, we will be involved in the producing/ filming of films with and without other business parties. As a start, we would like to share both the work, costs and gains; and after having enough experience, we would try to manage ourselves. Product Product name: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Details: This is a film we have produced, based on the novel of the same name, by the well known author J.K....   [tags: Film Movie Harry Potter Business Proposal] 882 words
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Business - Over the past 37 years, The Nike Brand has evolved into a successful multi-billion dollar corporation. It has also grown to be the world's largest marketer of athletic footwear and apparel. The company’s products are sold in over 180 countries worldwide and 20,000 retail stores domestically. Nike also operates retail stores overseas such as Nike Towns and factory outlets. Although Nike is involved in the design, development, and marketing of the product; the products are manufactured independently....   [tags: Marketing, Brand, Nike] 1926 words
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Business - Nowadays the debate about the businesses’ ethical behavior through the decision making process has been increased due to the collapse of famous companies after the disclosure of financial scandals related with them. The legal responsibility has been focused on specific categories of professionals like accountants, auditors and managers as they are supposed to work in an appropriate way to avoid such circumstances. The purpose of this article is to review two academic journals which try to present situations, where managers and accountants were led to illegal behavior like defrauding financial statements, to analyze some ethical theories and explore what would have happened if they had been a...   [tags: Financial Scandal, Ethical Theories, Informative] 1137 words
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Business - In the past, the world was parts of continents and continents parts of countries which represent their culture separately. In addition, the communication between different cultures and communities slightly difficult or need so much time. Nowadays, we could imagine something different from the past which we hear terms of new world features like melting pot, globalization, culture, and global perspective. Al-Balabki (1995:570) concludes that, melting pot is a place where immigrants of different ethnicities, cultures or countries come to live together with variety of ideas and races....   [tags: Sociology, Culture, Melting Pot] 1679 words
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Business - Business WEEK 1 - Lecture One Big Blue, the winkle stall and the man who came to fix the central heating system The module is about three words 1) System - What is a system. D Does a system do anything. Can a system be an inanimate thing which just sits there or does it have to do something. Are all systems the same. - Are we talking about the same thing with a central heating system, a computer system, system furniture and the political system. In our everyday life we come across a whole range of systems: - Water supply system - Engine management systems - The state system of health - Central heating system - Business systems 2) Business What defines a business, what does it do...   [tags: Papers] 3592 words
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Business - Environmental Analysis of Sears Holdings There are several external factors that will impact Sears Holdings Corp. direction over the next ten years. These factors, which make up the external environment, include factors in the remote, industry, and operating environment. In the remote environment there are economic and technological factors that will impact Sears Holdings. Economic factors such as availability of credit, level of disposable income, and the willingness of people to spend will all be major factors affecting the company (Pearce-Robinson, 2003)....   [tags: essays research papers] 806 words
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Business - Businessman. Before World War I, Truman had lost money in mining and oil investments. In 1919, he and his friend Eddie Jacobson invested their savings in a men's clothing store in Kansas City. They worked hard, keeping the store open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., but the business failed during the severe recession that began in 1921. Truman worked about 15 years to pay the store debts. Political career Discouraged by the failure of the store, Truman decided to seek a career in politics. He received help from "Big Tom" Pendergast, the Democratic Party boss of Kansas City....   [tags: essays research papers] 931 words
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Business - CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION This study will examine the overall affect on society, as well as the historical aspect of the integration of African-Americans, into sports in the United States of America. This study is also designed to discuss and or break down any racial stereotypes involving African-American athletes. Most importantly, this study will also examine the progression that African-Americans have made on the field as athletes and in corporate America as well. The overall affect that integration had on society will be discussed first....   [tags: essays research papers] 1429 words
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