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Ethics: The Foundation of Good Business - According to the Hutchinson Unabridged Encyclopedia business ethics is the moral principles defining how businesses and business professionals should act toward each other, employees, and the public. Some professions such as law and medicine clearly have defined codes of professional ethics. In other areas appropriate behavior has been established over time by practice. Business ethics involves the role of a company in our society. Complex and contentious areas of business ethics would include the effect a petrochemical company's actions have on the environment or the obligation of a pharmaceutical company to make its drugs available to developing countries....   [tags: Business Ethics]
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Good Hotel Business Analysis - All of our hotels are non-conventional, and have a philanthropic community vision.-Pam Janusz, General Manager, Joie de Vivre SoMa Hotels, personal interview, March 5, 2010 (Thompson, Peteraf, Gamble, & Strickland III, 2012). Established in 1987, Joie de Vivre (JdV) is a hotel management hotel located throughout California. By 2010, JdV is the second largest U.S. boutique hotel operator. New owners have recently purchased the hotels that JdV Management Company operates; GM Pam Janusz has the task of preparing the hotels for transitional changes....   [tags: Good Hotel Analysis]
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Doing Good Business - Since the motto “Doing Well By Doing Good” appeared, the number of businesses that have adopted it has increased over time. In order to tell whether this increase is substantial and significant we must first analyze the steps into which this motto has gone through. The implications it has on the market and economy as a whole will also be determinants of whether to adopt the motto or not. In the essay below we will go through the evolution of the meaning of the motto, the concept of social responsibility, the supporters’ argument and their cons....   [tags: Business Analysis ]
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To What Extent is Owning a Franchise a Good Business Decision? - Why start a half owned business when you can have it all for you self and make the most out of it. A franchise is a business which uses the original company’s name to sell goods and services in a certain area. In other words franchising is creating an alliance between groups of people who have a specific goal of dominating the market and having more customers than their opponents. The original company is called a franchiser, and the person who opens a franchise is a franchisee. Even though the franchisee has to pay for the business name, they are still provided with standards, quality, access to tools and materials, and advertising....   [tags: good and services, self-owned companies]
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A Good Business - A Good Business What the characteristics of a good business looks like. The basic element of a good business is derived from good management. It is true since business is run by individuals known as managers that perform specific business functions, such as manufacturing and production, finance and accounting, sales and marketing, and human resource departments. Identifying a good business is not an easy job; an understanding of Managerial Economics is needed because it provides some tools, techniques of analysis and Economic concepts to make good managerial decisions....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing Coursework]
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Good Decisions and Information in Business - Introduction In business, making good decisions requires the effective use of information. Business Decision Making provides the opportunity of learning a variety of sources and develops techniques in four aspects of information: data gathering, data storage, tools available to create useful information and presenting. Moreover, using appropriate IT software and spreadsheets for data analysis and the preparation of information provides the advantages of using information systems which is currently used at all levels in every organization....   [tags: Business Decision Making, Success]
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The Importance of Good Communication in Business - This skill is one of the elementary functions of management in any business and its importance is hardly be overstated. It is a process of transmitting information, ideas, thoughts, opinions and plans between various parts of an organisation. It is impossible to have a relationship with stakeholders without communication. Good and effective communication is required not only for forming relations but also for success of the business. Business communication encompasses not only communicating with external contacts but also with employees within the organisation....   [tags: management, email, non-verbal] 927 words
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Business Plan: Yo-Good - Description of Business Yo-Good is one of four franchise options offered by ‘Fresh & Healthy Brands, LLC”, a corporation based in Burnaby, British Columbia (Serving Up Healthy Choices in New Franchise Opportunities, 2011). The company’s mission is to “offer a delicious and healthy combination of non-fat frozen yogurt with a dazzling variety of fresh toppings” (Yo-Good: Frozen Yogurt with an Important Difference, 2011) in an all-natural way without the use of artificial sweeteners. Our goal is to bring a Yo-Good franchise to the city of Halifax; a city that we believe is in dire need of great tasting healthy alternatives....   [tags: Business]
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Good Business Writing - Good Business Writing As the discussion of good writing evolved in class, I began to wonder what made good business writing. I thought about the purpose in writing both within a particular company and between different companies and organizations. I decided that most writing in business is meant to be either informative, persuasive, or a combination of both. Whether informative or persuasive in nature, I have decided that most good business writing is very similar to other good writing. I have chosen to focus on three elements that contribute to good usage in business....   [tags: Education Educating Write Essays] 1228 words
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Good Sport Business Analysis - Leading Change Paper Upon completion of the simulation regarding Good Sport, it became apparent that some rapid changes were necessary in order for the company to remain competitive and profitable in today’s ever-changing, growing fitness equipment market. In the following paragraphs, a brief description of Good Sport will be given, as well as listings of various techniques and strategies that the executives and management teams within Good Sport can employ to manage resistance to change and to manage conflict with the organization....   [tags: Business Analysis Strategy Management] 1557 words
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Good to Great Book Review - Good to Great Book Review To transform a good company to great company is all manages’ dream, but only few of them make it. To find out the core factors which lead to a good company became a great company is very difficult, because in different era, different industry companies face different opportunities and threats. To begin the research for the Good-to-Great study, Jim Collins and his research team searched for companies that: performed at or below the general stock market for at least fifteen years; then at a transition point began to pull away from the competition, and sustained returns of at least 3 times the general market for the next fifteen years....   [tags: Good Great Business Management Essays]
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The Perceived Trustworthiness of a Males With Facial Hair - The present experimental study used a 2 x 2 between groups design to examine the effects of facial hair (beard or no beard) and participant gender on the perceived trustworthiness of a male face as seen in a candidate profile. Participants (N = 100) assessed either the candidate profile that showed a photograph of a bearded candidate or the candidate profile that showed a photograph of a clean shaven candidate. The information in both candidate profiles was kept constant except for the independent variable (facial hair)....   [tags: good, mature, sex, business]
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Description of Business Manager Credentials - What makes a great manager. “Despite differences in their personal attributes, successful managers all excel in making, honoring, and remaking of commitments” (Sull, 2005). Commitments take many forms from capital investments to personal decisions to public statements. A mangers commitment defines what a business can and cannot do as well as the businesse’s strengths and weaknesses (Sull, 2005). However, while all good managers should be able to make, honor, and remake commitments the type of certifications, degrees, license, and experience the person will need in order to successfully do these things will depend on what type of business the manager is running (large, small, selling products...   [tags: commitments, good manager, swot analysis]
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Franchisor: A Good Partner - Franchisor: A Good Partner. Introduction Buying into a franchise business is a very serious decision for any business person. When you buy into a franchise you can pretty much be guaranteed that the goods and services you are selling will have almost instant recognition. The buyers of a franchise also receive training and support from a proven business model designed to help the franchise owner succeed. Even though there is a proven business model at work, buying a franchise is still risky and there aren’t any guarantees of success....   [tags: Business Management ]
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How To Be A Good Entrepreneur - Question 1 What are the steps to be a good entrepreneur. Write your suggestion and recommendation based on your observation and experience in Malaysia. 1.0 Introduction An entrepreneur is a person who organizes and manages a business undertaking, assuming the risk for the sake of profit. According to Martin (2010) an entrepreneur sees an opportunity which others do not fully recognize, to meet an unsatisfied demand or to radically improve the performance of an existing business. To have self-belief that this opportunity can be made real through hard work, commitment and the adaptability to learn the lessons of the market along the way....   [tags: Entrepreneurship, Business Planning, Career]
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Business: Stambry’s Herbs and Spices - Stambry’s Herbs and Spices The purpose of this company is to promote healthy living/eating, showing how each herb or spice can promote good health. This company will provide herbal supplements (teas, tinctures) as well as spice mixes for cooking. With each product will information will be provided on the health benefits of each ingredient, and how healthy eating is anything but bland. In determining the NAICS for this industry will be using 325411. For the Spices and Spice mixes 311942 could also be used....   [tags: company, healthy eating, good health]
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Is the Traffic Commercial or Private on Good Luck Road? - ... As to why we chose Good Luck road as our test subject, is because that's where most of the equal opportunity of either traffic variables. There, we can test how rush hour and institutions affects the amount of vehicles and what type of traffic come through a specific time period and see how its biggest influential, the school, affects its operation. This will also prove to show how productive either college park and/ or new Carrollton is when it comes to business versus the public because of the interconnection between road ways....   [tags: maryland, business, environment] 623 words
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Good Consumer Service: Company of Choice - Introduction In any kind of business the main key is to have good customer service. The standpoint for any salespersons is to how they present themselves in the company. Companies that show extremely good customer service will normally become the company of choice because with good customer service comes with more customers from other companies. With good service support it is the easiest route to success in building a strong company with custom relations. When a customer sees that good service is provided they will most likely come back for more future product needs or services....   [tags: good experience, salesperson]
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Publix Super Market Inc.: Good Reputation and Firm Mission - Publix Super Market Inc., a food and drug retailer is one of the fastest growing employee-owned grocery store chains in the United States. The privately held company began 1930 in Winter Haven, Florida by George W. Jenkins. Since the company’s start, Publix has continued to grow and as of 2013, it ranked 108 on the Fortune 500 list. Likewise, Publix had revenue of 27,706.8 million and profits of 1,552.3 million. Publix’s current stock price is $30.00 per share and the number of shares of common stock outstanding as of Feb....   [tags: business analysis] 1222 words
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Leadership in Good Sport - Leadership in Good Sport The company in the simulation named Good Sport which is a Florida based manufacturer of fitness equipment such as treadmills, bikes, steppers and rowing equipment. Basketball player Jason Poole founded Good Sport 15 years ago. Good Sport has fifteen years of experience in providing excellent products to clients. The company has been successful marketing its exercise equipments to hospitals. Good Sport has also succeeded to provide equipments for clubs, hotels and residences into North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia....   [tags: Business Management Analysis ] 1944 words
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Toyota: An Example Of Good Corporate Governance - 1.0 INTRODUCTION Corporations the world over have been publicly criticized for improving their firm’s bottom line at any moral or social cost. Ethics essentially “refers to the issues of right, wrong, fairness and justice.” Clearly, examples such as Enron, WorldCom, and even Conrad Black tested society’s views on sound ethical business and the link to what society sees as “good” governance practices. Although the controversies involve issues matched in variety only by the types of companies, they all virtually involve some form of abuse of stakeholders trust....   [tags: Business Analysis Toyota] 1802 words
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Defining Good Usage - Defining Good Usage There are thousands of pieces of advice about writing out there. Every English text book discusses it. Every person knows the rules to good writing by heart. In fact it is next to impossible to separate what we have been told from our own beliefs. Beliefs themselves are formed by what you are taught, yet they still allow you the freedom to do as you choose. This just does not seem to hold true. When good writing is taught to be the rule not something to be interpreted by the student....   [tags: Business Writing Essays] 1167 words
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Owning and Starting a Business - For some people, being the boss, and which by boss I mean business owner, would be the greatest thing ever. Most think you get to pick your own hours, make the most money, and make everyone do the things you want done. Of course there is work involved and it takes work to make it but the rewards will be better owning a business that succeeds. The ultimate goal is becoming a millionaire and retiring at the age of forty and just drawing money from business production. However they really don’t understand the work it takes to make it a million dollar company....   [tags: Business ] 1317 words
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A Comparison of the Ethics of Characters in the Good Faith and the movie Glengarry Glen Ross - Good Faith is novel written by Jane Smiley is able to take the readers back to the age when real estate industry was on the boom. The writer of the novel Jane has done absolute justice with the writing as it can be commented that the people who have witnessed the boom in the real estate sector in the 1980’s can easily connect the emotions depicted through the book. Money has always been a matter which involves moral and ethical values in it (Wolfe, 2003). I would rather call it a sensitive topic as one need to be very sure of the same prior getting involved in it....   [tags: Good Faith, Jane Smiley ]
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Reward Systems in Business - Most business organisations worldwide are putting little emphasis on reward systems, particularly with regard to employee motivation. This issue has triggered significant debates in the labour sector and among human resource experts worldwide. On the other hand, organisational behaviour specialists like Herzberg and Maslow through their theories argue that reward systems have the potential of significantly impacting employee performance, and in turn organisational performance. This study aims to examine the significance of reward systems, especially in employee motivation, in an effort to highlight major components of a successful reward system....   [tags: Business]
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Interpersonal Skill: The Cornerstone of Good Leadership at any Level - Interpersonal Skill: The Cornerstone of Good Leadership at any Level. In every organization there are managers at different levels. Front line managers interact every day with employees; leading teams at the deck plate level. Middle managers oversee the front line managers and report to the top managers who are responsible for the overall direction of a company and its future potential. According to Organizational Behavior by Griffin and Moorhead, each level of management requires technical, interpersonal, conceptual, and diagnostic skill....   [tags: Business Management ]
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Wal-Mart: Good for American Cities and Towns - Wal-Mart has been a staple of America since July 2, 1962, when Sam Walton opened the first Wal-Mart Discount City store. Within a few years, Wal-Mart Discount City stores began to spread across the country. In 1968, it opened its first stores outside Arkansas, in Sikeston, Missouri and Claremore, Oklahoma. Sam Walton found success in offering consumers options and variety. Since that first store opened, Wal-Mart has now entered the grocery business and now the company controls about 20% of the retail grocery and consumables business....   [tags: Business Analysis]
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The Importance of a Good Supervisor - Nurturing a child is comparable to supervising employees. They are both two of the most crucial roles any one can perform, however only a small number of people are satisfactorily taught or qualified to do them. For the most part people learn by trying different alternatives with varying amounts of achievement. This paper will describe the role of a supervisor in a typical organization, covering three traits of an effective manager and how these traits fit the four functions of management. This paper will also examine the relationship between managers, supervisors, and employees, and how these relationships assist in guiding organizations to achieve their maximum potential....   [tags: Business Management ]
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Alternative Leadership at Good Sport, Xerox Corporation and Microsoft - Abstract In today’s highly competitive business world, companies face new challenges daily. Good Sports is not the first company that changed their strategy in order to better manage the organization. The company’s organizational structure, culture, conflict management and emotional intelligence were analyzed. Good Sports’ strategies were compared and contrasted with Microsoft and Xerox. When faced with issues similar to Good Sports, both Microsoft and Xerox opted to change strategies. Realizing the problem and implementing change helped both companies move toward becoming more successful....   [tags: Business, Case Study, solution] 1951 words
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Is Walmart Good? - Wal-Mart, the multi-billion company and the second largest employer in the world, is the most controversial corporation in the world. Wal-Mart is a global powerhouse and affects many people around the world. Wal-Mart is constantly getting attacked from unions, human rights groups, small towns and small businesses. Wal-Mart is accused of treating their workers poorly and driving small businesses out of business. But however these accusations are false or over exaggerated. Wal-Mart offers families and low income people quality products....   [tags: Business, Global Powerhouse] 1084 words
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The Best Defense Is A Good Offense - The Best Defense is a Good Offense Competition could be described as one of the most common driving forces among living organisms. Animals compete for territory, mates, food, and hierarchy within species. People compete for promotions, jobs, scholarships, in sports and in almost every aspect of their daily lives. Countries compete for the consumer in the world marketplace as do individual small business owners. Progress in the technology world by a rival can send profits of a successful business into a state of panic causing them to plunge overnight or within a few days....   [tags: Business Competition ] 1062 words
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THE RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS - There are two factories and an explosion at each of them: both result in the same cost in damages and casualties, but one was caused by a bolt of lightning and the other by a corroded pipe and a smoking employee. One is considered as an act of God and the other is negligence. After these events occur the only difference is who is responsible and thus who will pay the bill. In the end, responsible actions should have been taken in both cases because when lives and money put in the hands of others, ethical steps should be taken to protect these assets....   [tags: Business Ethics ]
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Business Ethics and the Role of the Corporation - Business Ethics and the Role of the Corporation The problem to be investigated is the ethical role that the corporation has when balancing internal strategies with external responsibilities. Dr. Novak explains various responsibilities a business has in his article “Business Ethics and the Role of the Corporation”. This paper will first discuss why Dr. Novak has two sets of responsibilities in his article on business ethics. Next it will explain what Dr. Novak says about the rule of law and its relationship to business....   [tags: Business Ethics ]
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The Importance of Ethics in Business - Ethics is the branch of philosophy that deals with the principles correlated to human behavior concerning the rightness and wrongness of specific conduct, and to the good and bad that influences and ends those actions (Ditonary.com, 2011). In other words, ethics is the choice people effect in regards to a decision they need to achieve. Without ethics directing the choice an individual makes, moral preferences of what should or should not be done becomes irrelevant. While ethical decisions are made every day there are two different regions in which these choices are made....   [tags: Business Ethics ]
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Caveat Emptor Sales of Good Act Implied Terms - ... The claimants in this case agreed not to sell the items and instead took action against the sellers. The court held that the sellers did not have the right to sell the goods and as a result the buyers were able to repudiate their contract. A breach of this condition may also allow the buyer to recover any monies paid despite use of the goods transferred. Rowland v Divall is an example of such circumstances, in this instance the court held that despite the defendant being unaware of the fact that the car was stolen he still did not have good title to sell it, and as such, ownership remained with the original owner despite having use of the car for two months....   [tags: let the buyer beware, business transactions]
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Starting and Running a Business - Starting and Running a Business Despite being an intimidating prospect for most people, there are millions of entrepreneurs in the US. Some of them turn out to be very successful, others, not so much. There are many steps to starting and running a business, but many of them can be easily accomplished simply by filling out some forms, and several small fees. Businesses have been around since the beginning of bartering, an apple for some wheat, a horse for a wife, a daughter for a house. (In no way reflecting what I would trade) The startups of businesses across time have never come easy, from cost, to hassle, to threat of beheading; there have always been obstacles in starting a business....   [tags: Business Management ]
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Business Ethics and Social Responsibility - The notion of ethics deals with people’s behaviors within a company. Social responsibility involves a company’s moral obligations and the manner in which the organization makes its decisions. Although ethics and social responsibility are similar on a conceptual basis, each has its own unique characteristics that express their differences and its independence of the other. Ethics and social responsibility have to be present and coincide with one another for a business to be ethically sound. Ethics is the application of one’s personal beliefs and the impact on how a person makes decisions regarding the relationships involving a company....   [tags: Business, Corporate]
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Business Ethics and Social Responsibility - This paper will compare and contrast the various interpretations of four separate authors in respect to ethics and social responsibility as they apply to business. The four articles to be reviewed are; “The Social Responsibilities of Business is to Increase its Profits” by Milton Friedman, “The Relevance of Responsibility to Ethical Business Decisions” by Patrick E. Murphy, “What is ‘business ethics’” by Peter F. Drucker and “To Be Ethical Not To Be: An International Code of Ethics for Leadership” by Ala’ Alahmad....   [tags: Business Ethics ]
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Starting a Business in Events - When starting up your own Business in Events many factors need to be taken into consideration beforehand. This includes what skills you already have, considering the risk of self employment, research into the current demand for events, what type of events do you want to manage, do you have the determination, How are you planning to finance the venture and all the legal requirements. Firstly what skills do you posses that will help. Do you have enough knowledge in Employment law, Can you manage your finances, and do you know the necessary aspects of health and safety that are required....   [tags: Business Management] 2564 words
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Milton Friedman on Business Ethics - The basic concept and basic principles of human behavior is good. Includes the study of universal values such as equality between sexs of men and women, the natural rights of human, obedience to the laws of the country, environmental issues to health and safety and the preservation of the natural environment. See also human morality. For example, the shortage of ethics is evident when male workers refused to admit female colleagues as equivalent, resulting in his dismissal from the organization....   [tags: Responsible Business]
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To What Extent Do Corporations That Do Good, Do Better? - Since the last decade, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has been integrated in policy of many companies due to the fact that it helps to increase a positive social impact on people, environment and enhance firm reputation. Most businesspeople seem to agree that CSR provides only advantages; for example, increasing product differentiation that can appeal to consumers, decreasing operating costs in recruiting and retaining employees and reducing turnover costs (The Financial Times). However, companies appear to have a hidden agenda - an underlying financial purpose - behind CSR....   [tags: Business Management ]
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Organizational Management: Traits of a Good Manager - In this essay, we are going to focus our research on the organizational management, we are going to find out the roles of a manager in a typical organization, discuss some of the traits an individual should posses to be an effective manager and finally, we going to elaborate on how those traits fit the four functions of managements. While providing proper citing sources and professional references of all our finding. We can start by saying that not everybody is cut out to be a manager and that some of us are put in this position by accident....   [tags: Business Management ]
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Principles of good customer service - Principles of good customer service It is very important to give excellent customer service when out in resort working as a rep. customer service can be given by one person or alternatively it can be given out as a team. This is to ensure that the customers get the best from there holiday, and so that they build a rapor with you to gain trust for them to come back time and time again. Seeing the customer happy also benefits you as a rep and gives you good job satisfaction. There are many different types of giving good customer service: Body language When dealing with a customer you must always use positive body language....   [tags: Business and Management Studies] 1014 words
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The Better Business Bureau - For almost 100 years the Better Business Bureau has offered many different Services and Programs that are essential to control a trustworthy relationship between a business and the customer. The BBB is offered in 50 States and 12 provinces, and was founded in 1912. The BBB currently has a total of 400,000 North American businesses that are accredited by the BBB. The BBB is a non-profit organization that focuses mainly on advancing marketplace trust. There are 128 independently incorporated local BBB organizations in the Canada and the US, coordinated under the Council of Better Business Bureaus (CBBB) which is situated in Washington D.C....   [tags: business, customes]
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Can Business Ethics Exist? - Niall Fitzgerald, stated, “Corporate social responsibility is a hard-edged business decision. Not because it is a nice thing to do or because people are forcing us to do it... because it is good for our business.” (as cited in Elliot, 2003, para. 14) What is social responsibility. Peter F. Drucker (1981) suggests it is today’s business ethics as defined by society’s ever-changing values, values based on people functioning as a group. Milton Friedman’s (1970) view of social responsibilities is one of individual ethics....   [tags: Business Ethics]
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Writing a Business Plan - Now that the money is beginning to roll into your bank account you should celebrate some for all the hard work that you have done in getting your product out the door. This celebration should be short lived as now the real work begins because you need to watch the market, both the customers and your competitors response to what you are doing so that you can keep ahead of the crowd. Whatever you do, do not let your first product or service languish around because once the market finds out about it and sees that it is a hot seller the market will take advantage of this time and try to cash in on your fame and try to move past you....   [tags: Business Management ] 1269 words
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Emerging Business Ethics Issues - Stakeholders play a major role in the business arena, they are charged with the responsibility of ensuring their organization is a safe environment not only for themselves but for their employees. In a seemingly competitive and morally flawed world, business people and entrepreneurs are often presented with grave ethical challenges. For this reason their personal values and beliefs play a pivotal role in the success of the organization. When concealing doubts about the ethics of others, more than a few tend to feel warranted in engaging in less-than-ideal conduct to protect their own interests....   [tags: Business Ethics]
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Growing Your Successful Business - Growing Your Successful Business Here we will review what is available to get your business off the ground with the traction it needs to become sustainable. Marketing For some, promoting a business can be a huge challenge. Sharing what is so much a representation of who you are – your passion – can be scary. Take a deep breath and just start. This guide will make it easier, more fun and certainly cheaper. I always found public relations (PR) to not only be more effective than advertising, but much less expensive....   [tags: Business Administration] 2202 words
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Hotel Dreamland Business Proposal - Executive Summary Business Overview: The proposed small boutique hotel will have up to 30 rooms for accommodations with a small restaurant, catering for 50 people and serving and breakfast and Dinner. In addition, the hotel will have a public / cocktail bar, swimming pool, tennis court, swimming pool and gymnasium. Ownership Structure: The ownership structure of this small boutique hotel will be sole proprietorship. Business Name of the Hotel: ‘Hotel Dreamland’ Location: The location to establish this new business is New South Wales (NSW), Australia....   [tags: Business Proposal] 1140 words
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Ethical Decisions in Business - Throughout the ages businesses have developed through technological advancements and innovative ideas but there has always been a common struggle that they are faced with, ethical decisions. Everywhere we look there is some level of ethical deterioration (Norman V. Peale, 1988), immoral millions made through inside trading information, a day hardly passes without the head of some major organisation who has been involved in some aspect of an ethical dilemma. This essay will break down why businesses struggle with ethical decisions but before examining such a sensitive issue we must understand what an ethical decision really is....   [tags: business, ethics]
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Doing Business in Korea - Korea is a homogenous country, speaking one language, with a large sense of pride in their nation and ancestors. The Korean culture is very foreign from that of Western society. Korea’s business culture is difficult for Americans to decipher. There are websites such as Korea4expats, koreanzbc, and even studies at universities such as Miami have done studies on these significant differences in business culture. American businesses biggest opportunity with Korea businesses is shifting away from their direct approach and understanding Korea’s underlying tones and nonverbal behaviors (Korea4expats, 2012)....   [tags: Culture, Business]
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Ways to Establish a Small Business - Business is basically a way for people to exchange products and services to gain profit for living. The first business was called barter system from the prehistoric times that are now called trading (“History of Business”, n.d.). People seem to prefer entrepreneurship because no one or no company can guarantee jobs for life. So, making an innovative, creative yet profitable business is a good option. But well, starting a business is another thing. Every business starts small and it’s a journey full of ups and downs until it probably becomes an empire....   [tags: trading, business plan]
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