MAN2021
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MAN2021

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Chapter1 1. Anorganizationisa: socialentitythatisgoaldirectedanddeliberatelystructured 2. WhenGunterThielenofBertelsmann,theworld'slargestmediacompany,decidedtowithdrawthecompany fromitsInternetenterprise,expanditsmarketingeffortsinEasternEurope,andmergeitsmusicbusinesswith Sony,hewasperformingthefunctionof: organizing 3. Thetermbureaucracy: hasanegativemeaningintoday'sorganization 4....

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fromitsInternetenterprise,expanditsmarketingeffortsinEasternEurope,andmergeitsmusicbusinesswith Chapter1 1. Anorganizationisa: socialentitythatisgoaldirectedanddeliberatelystructured 2. WhenGunterThielenofBertelsmann,theworld'slargestmediacompany,decidedtowithdrawthecompany Sony,hewasperformingthefunctionof: organizing 3. Thetermbureaucracy: hasanegativemeaningintoday'sorganization 4. AccordingtoDouglasMcGregor,theclassicalperspectiveonmanagementisconsistentwithwhichofthe following? TheoryXmanager 5. HenryFordusedshadowyhenchmentorunasecretpolicewhospiedonhisemployees.Hebelievedtheonly waytokeephisemployeesworkingwastomaintainthisprivatearmy.Fordwasmostlikelya: TheoryXmanager 6. Manager'sShoptalkinChapter1outlinesallofthefollowingissueswouldbemanagersshouldconsider except: Thetechnicalaspectsofmanagement 7. AccordingtoBenchmarkinginChapter1,AsleepattheWheelmanagerPeterSchwartzperformsallofthe followingfunctionsEXCEPT: criticizingemployees 8. Amanager'sresponsibilityistocoordinateresourcesina(n)____and____mannertoaccomplishthe organization'sgoals. effective;efficient 9. ScenarioMartinBrooks ThepromotiontofirstlinemanagertookplacejustsixweeksagoforMartinBrooks.Hewaswellqualifiedfor thepromotion,butthenewjobstillrequiredalotoflearning.Oneofthechallengeshasbeentocoordinatethe productionofhisteamwiththeneedsoftheSalesDepartmentandwiththeavailabilityofrawmaterialsfrom hissuppliers.SettingprioritiesanddevelopingschedulestoaccomplishtheworkisapartofMartin'sjobthathe hasreallyenjoyed.Thechallengestomaintainhighrapportandtobuildastrongteamwithhisemployeeshave alreadybroughthimalotofsatisfaction.Inreflectingaboutthelastsixweeks,Martinconcludesthatheisvery happyabouthisnewjob. Refertothescenarioabove.Martinwasparticipatinginthedecisionalroleof: resourceallocator 10. Sincenotforprofitorganizationsdonothaveaconventional____,managersmaystrugglewiththequestionof whatconstitutesresultsandeffectiveness. bottomline 11. Maintaininginformationlinksaretheactivitiesconsistentwiththe____rolesmanagersplayonadailybasis. liaison 12. PortsinnorthernEuropeareoperatingat90percentoftheirmaximumcapacity.Severalshippingcompanies areinvolvedwithNeptuneOrient'splantodevelopandbuildoftwelvenewcontainerportsinnorthernEurope. TheyhavehiredDrewryShippingConsultancytomonitortheprojectsandtocorrectanydesignproblems. DrewryShippingConsultancyisperformingwhichmanagementfunction? controlling 13. Monitoringactivitiesandmakingcorrectionsreferto: controlling 14. The____roleinvolvesresolvingconflictsamongsubordinatesbetweenthemanager'sdepartmentandother departments. disturbancehandler 15. Beingasuccessfulmanagermeansthinkingintermsofallofthefollowing,except: generatingthemostprofit. 16. Theindividualidentityincludeswhichofthefollowing? Worksrelativelyindependently 17. Without____,nocompanycansurviveoverthelongrun. innovation 18. Tracy'sTrimmingsischaracterizedbyseparationofmanagementfromownershipandbyclearlydefinedlinesof authorityandresponsibility.Thesecharacteristicsareconsistentwiththeprinciplesof: bureaucraticorganizations 19. ScenarioCostco Costcoisadiscountretailerthatsellsinawarehouseenvironment.CostcowasfoundedbyJimSinegaland JeffBrotmanthesameyearthatthefirstSam'sClubopened.Bothstoresfollowedthesamebroadbusiness philosophysellalimitednumberofitemsinbulktoreducehandlingoverheads,usemassorderstowin attractivepricingfromsuppliers,andsellmembership.ThemajordifferenceisCostco'sdeterminationto provideitsworkerswiththehighestwagesandbesthealthcareplansintheU.S.retailindustry.Costcohasan employeeturnoverrateof17percentwhiletherestoftheindustryaverages70percent. Thecompanyisnotimmunetocriticism.Eventhoughhumanrightsgroupswantittodoso,itrefusesto monitorstandardsatitssuppliers'factories.Costcoisalsofightingaclassactionsuitthatallegesapatternof discriminationagainstitswomenemployees. Refertothescenarioabove.Whattypeofmanagementfunctionmaintainslowemployeeturnoverrates? leading 20. Theindividualperformerisa____;whereas,themanagerhastobea(n)____. specialist;generalist 21. NeptuneOrientLinesisaSingaporebasedshippingcompanythathadsetasitsgoaltoincreaseportcapacity inEuropeinordertoalleviateseriousbottlenecks.Neptunehasdevelopedadetailedprojecttocreatetwelve newcontainerportsinnorthernEurope.Thisisanexampleofhowanorganizationengagesinthe managementfunctionof: planning 22. MostearlyinterpretationsoftheHawthornestudiesarguedthatthefactorthatbestexplainedincreasedoutput was: positivetreatment 23. Positionsorganizedinahierarchyofauthorityareanimportantcharacteristicof: bureaucraticorganizations 24. ____meansfacilitatingratherthancontrollingemployeesandallowingemployeestoactdependingonthe authorityofthesituation. Empowerment 25. TheGreaterChicagoFoodBankfeeds300,000poorChicagoansdaily.Itwasnearlyimpossibletohandlethe morethan53,000poundsoffruitsandvegetablesand18,000poundsofmeatthatweredonatedeachdayuntil itsnewmanagerstudiedhowanumberofcompanies,includingHarleyDavidson,efficientlycontrolledtheir inventories.Thefoodbank'snewmanagerengagedin: benchmarking 26. Creatingtwonewdepartmentsinanorganizationreferstothemanagementfunctionof: organizing 27. Managersshiftgearsquicklyandtherefore,theaveragetimespentonanyoneactivityislessthan____. nineminutes 28. Criticalmanagementmisstepsinclude: allofthese 29. Conceptual,human,andtechnicalskillsareimportanttowhichmanageriallevel? Allofthese 30. Akeytoeffectiveteamsofempoweredworkersis: informationsharing 31. Inlearningorganizations,managersview____astheirprimarysourceofstrength,notasacosttobe minimized. people 32. AccordingtoMintzberg,whenamanagerattendsasubordinate'swedding,sheisperformingwhichofthese roles? figurehead 33. ____istheuseofinfluencetomotivateemployeestoachieveorganizationalgoals. Leading 34. Thedegreetowhichanorganizationachievesastatedgoalrefersto: effectiveness 35. Foster's,theAustraliandrinksgroup,decidedtomakeFoster'slagertheworld'sthirdbestsellingbeerby2009. Whenitcompareshowmuchgrowthitwantedtoachievein2005withhowmuchitactuallyachieved,itwas performingwhichofthesefunctions? controlling Chapter 2 1. Whichofthefollowingisapartofthelegalpoliticaldimension? fairtradestatutes,safetylaws,protectivelegislation,exportrestrictions 2. Aninterestgroupthatworkswithinthelegalpoliticalframeworktoinfluencecompaniestobehaveinsocially responsiblewaysiscalleda: pressuregroup 3. Anexampleofacorporateculturecanbeseenin: mannerofdress,stories,physicalsymbols,organizationalceremonies,andofficelayout . 4. ScenarioTopPickCards,Inc. AtTopPickCards,Inc.(TCI),newemployeesaretypicallyyoung,recentcollegegraduates.Eachemployee entersaspecificareainthecompany,suchasfinanceormarketing,andspendshisorhercareerinthatarea inordertodevelopahighlevelofexpertiseinit. Partofthisemphasisontechnicalexpertiseinvolveslearningaboutcustomerneedsandfindingwaysto changeinordertomeetthoseneeds.ThecorporatecultureatTCIissupportiveofemployeeswholookfornew waystomeetcustomers'needs.Infact,acommonexpressionatTCIis,"Customerscomefirst."Onepopular storyatTCIisaboutasalesrepresentativewhowasabletomakeallofhissalescalls inthemiddleofanice storm.Thesalesmanagerenjoyedthestorysomuchthatheboughtacaseoficescrapers,andwhenasales representativedoessomethingnoteworthy,themanagerpresentshimorherwitha"TCIIceScraperAward." Refertothescenarioabove.Thesalesrepresentativeinthe"icestorm"storyisa: hero 5. Chinahasbeenreferredtoas"theworkshopoftheworld"becausesomanymanufacturershaverelocated theiroperationstoChinatotakeadvantageofitscheap,productivelabor.Theinfluenceofthe"workshopofthe world"onglobalmanufacturingillustrateswhichdimensionofthegeneralenvironment? internationaldimension 6. ScenarioStanton'sJewelry HermanJohnhadbeeninthejewelrybusinessfor36yearsandwasthinkingseriouslyaboutsellingthe businessandretiring.Manythingshadchanged.Newcompetitivejewelrychainshadsprungup.Muchofwhat theysoldcamefrominternationalsupplierswhohebelievedprovidedlowerqualitythanhisdomestic producers.Theirpriceswerelowerandmanypotentialcustomersboughtonprice,notrecognizingthequality difference.Thebusinesshaditscycles,too.Ingoodeconomictimespeoplehadmorediscretionaryincome andwereabletoaffordhisjewelry,butbusinessdeclinedineconomicrecessions.Itseemedincreasingly difficulttokeepandtrainemployeesatthestore.Thelastclerkstayedsixmonthsandthentookajobwitha competitor.Yes,itwastimetosellandretire. Refertothescenarioabove.Thenewcompetitivejewelrychainsareinthe: taskenvironment 7. ____areassociatedwiththesurfaceleveloforganizationalculture. Mannersofdress 8. MarionKalhounhadtworulespostednexttothefrontdoorathisdairystore.Rule#1:Thecustomerisalways right!Rule#2:Ifthecustomeriseverwrong,rereadRule#1.Theserulesrepresent: aslogan 9. Whichoftheseisanarrativebasedontrueeventsthatisrepeatedfrequentlyandsharedbyorganizational employees? story 10. FirozaIsmailsellsCocaColaatherconveniencestoreinBritishColumbia.Ismailwouldbeconsideredapart ofCocaCola's: taskenvironment 11. ScenarioHughstonIndustries MonaKiertzisthesalesmanagerforHughstonIndustries.Someofthesalesexecutiveswereshowingsignsof burnout.Theywerelosinginterestintheirjobsandwerenolongerhighlymotivatedtogainnewaccounts.The rewardsystemfocusedontheoldreliableaccounts,butKiertzwasnowunderpressuretoexpandthe customerbase.Shehadrecentlybeentoaseminaroncorporatevaluesystems.Sherecognizedthatthe company'sCEOwantedachangeinthewayemployeesthoughtaboutthefirmandinthewaytheyrelatedto oneanother.Shefurtherrecognizedthatalastingsolutiontoherproblemrequiredafundamentalshiftin perceptions. Refertothescenarioabove.ThechangeswillbemostsuccessfulatHughstoniftheorganizationhasa(n) ____typeofculture. achievement 12. Whichoftheserepresentaphraseorsentencethatsuccinctlyexpressesakeycorporatevalue? slogan 13. Thedimensionofthegeneralenvironmentrepresentingthedemographiccharacteristics,norms,customs,and valuesofthepopulationwithinwhichtheorganizationoperatesisreferredtoasa(n): socioculturaldimension 14. Afigurewhoexemplifiesthedeeds,character,andattributesofacorporatecultureisreferredtoasa: hero 15. Whichoftheseisapartofanorganization'sinternalenvironment? employees 16. AllofthefollowingaretypesofcorporateculturesEXCEPT: democraticculture 17. AnyoneconsideringdoingbusinessinChina,accordingtoSpotlightonSkillsinChapter2,shouldkeepinmind allofthefollowingrulesexcept: Beefficientwithuseoftime 18. AculturalleaderwouldNOT: knowinglyhirenewemployeeswhodon'tsharethenewvision 19. Theorganization'sexternalenvironmenthastwolayers:____and____. general;task 20. Whichdimensionofthegeneralenvironmentrepresentseventsoriginatinginforeigncountriesaswellas opportunitiesforAmericancompaniesinothercountries? internationaldimension 21. Ahighperformancecultureisbasedonallofthefollowingexcept: singularfocusonbusinessresults 22. ScenarioStanton'sJewelry HermanJohnhadbeeninthejewelrybusinessfor36yearsandwasthinkingseriouslyaboutsellingthe businessandretiring.Manythingshadchanged.Newcompetitivejewelrychainshadsprungup.Muchofwhat theysoldcamefrominternationalsupplierswhohebelievedprovidedlowerqualitythanhisdomestic producers.Theirpriceswerelowerandmanypotentialcustomersboughtonprice,notrecognizingthequality difference.Thebusinesshaditscycles,too.Ingoodeconomictimespeoplehadmorediscretionaryincome andwereabletoaffordhisjewelry,butbusinessdeclinedineconomicrecessions.Itseemedincreasingly difficulttokeepandtrainemployeesatthestore.Thelastclerkstayedsixmonthsandthentookajobwitha competitor.Yes,itwastimetosellandretire. Refertothescenarioabove.Thediamondindustryhasbeenaccusedofprovidingfinancialsupportforthe bloodycivilwarscurrentlybeingfoughtinAfrica.Rebelforcescontrolmanydiamondmines.Sometimesthe onlywayajewelerlikeJohncanfindgoodquality,affordablediamondsistobuyfromrebelleaders.Concerns aboutthesourceofdiamondsispartofthe____dimensionofthe____environment. international;general 23. WhenMaytag,anappliancemanufacturer,buysmicroprocessorsfromIntelforitsnewwashingmachines,the actionoccursinthe____dimensionofthe____environment. supplier;task 24. Whichofthefollowingisadimensionofthegeneralenvironment? economic 25. Anobject,act,oreventthatconveysmeaningtoothersisreferredtoasa: symbol 26. The____dimensionofthegeneralenvironmentincludesfederal,state,andlocalgovernmentregulations. legalpolitical 27. Theinternalenvironmentincludes: currentemployees,management,andthecorporateculture 28. Consumersthinkofsalmonaspink,butthepinkcolorationisaresultofafoodadditive.Salmonisnaturallya grayishcolor.SalmonfarmersintheEuropeanUnion(EU)willhavetostopaddingthepinkadditiveduetoa newfoodsafetyinitiativeenactedbytheEU.Thisisanexampleofachangeinthe: legalpoliticaldimension 29. Aculturalleader: usessymbolsandsignalstoinfluencecorporateculture. 30. Scientificandtechnologicaladvancementsinaspecificindustryaswellasinsocietyatlargeareincludedin whichgeneralenvironment? technologicaldimension 31. Inpastyears,womeninIndiahavewantedalightercomplexion.Annualsalesforskinlighteningointmentsin Indiawereapproximately$150million.Inthecurrentdecade,peopleinIndiahavecometoviewskinlightening asademeaningprocessandonethatnowomanshouldengagein.Thisisanexampleofachangeinthe: socioculturaldimension 32. Traditionally,manymanufacturerand____relationshipshavebeenadversarial.Recently,companiesare findingthatcooperationisthekeytosavingmoney,maintainingquality,andspeedingproductstomarket. supplier 33. InastudybyKotterandHaskettevidenceisprovidedtosupporttheclaimthat____isimportantfor performance. managingculturalvalues 34. WhenFordhamMiddleSchoolgivesanawardeachschoolmonthtoonestudentwhohasinvolvedhimselfor herselfinsomeworthycause,itisanexampleofa: symbol 35. MikeWoodandJimMarggraffdiscoveredthatasparentsbecomemoreeducated,theyhavehigherdemands foreducationaltoys.Therefore,theLeapPad,aneducationaltoy,wasborn.Thecreatorsofthisnewproduct hadtokeepallofthefollowinginmindEXCEPT: employeeenvironment Chapter 3 1. Ifyoubuiltalumbercompanyinaforeigncountryandthenfoundthatyoucouldnotfindenoughpeoplewith therightskillstostaffyourorganization,yourproblemwouldberelatedto: apoorresourcemarket 2. ScenarioDoingBusinessinSpain Inthesecondhalfofthe20thcentury,Spainhasplayedacatchuproleinthewesterninternationalcommunity; itjoinedtheEuropeanUnionin1986.ItisakeyEuropeangatewaycountryandconsumerforLatinAmerican cocaineandNorthAfricanhashishenteringtheEuropeanmarket.Itisalsoamoneylaunderingsitefor EuropeanearningsofColombiannarcoticstraffickingorganizations.Acompanythatwantedtodobusinessin Spainwouldneedtoknowthatitisasocialistnation,anditspeoplebelieveinatightlyknitsociety.Itspeople alsotendtohaveahighdegreeofassertivenessandareveryconcernedwithpromotingorganizational efficiency,evenifitisharmfultoemployees. Refertothescenarioabove.AccordingtoHofstede,thefactthattheSpanishhaveahighdegreeof assertivenessmeanstheycanalsobedescribedashavinga: highdegreeofmasculinity 3. Engagingintheinternationaldivisionoflaborsoastoobtainthecheapestsourcesoflaborandsupplies regardlessofcountryisreferredtoas: outsourcing 4. Whenlookingatexchangerates,ifthedollarincreasesinvalue,U.S.goodswillbe____inforeignmarketsand importers'profitswillbeslim. moreexpensive 5. In2004,7.9363bolivianosequaledoneU.S.dollar.This____wouldbeimportantinformationifyourcompany wasplanningtoconsiderexportingitsproductstoBolivia. exchangerate 6. Whenthingsgowrong,managersinforeigncountriesareoftenunableto: getridofanemployeewhoisnotworkingout 7. Whichofthefollowingisanexampleofoneofthedimensionsthatisusedtoexplainculturaldifferences? Assertiveness 8. Theterm____isusedtodescribeacountry'sphysicalfacilitiesthatsupporteconomicactivities. infrastructure 9. ____isanentrystrategyinwhichtheorganizationmaintainsitsproductionfacilitieswithinitshomecountryand transfersitsproductsforsaleinforeignmarkets. Exporting 10. ____isthedegreetowhichpeopleacceptinequalityinpoweramonginstitutions,organizations,andpeople. Powerdistance 11. Otherculturalcharacteristicsthatinfluenceorganizationsinclude: language,religion,attitudes,socialorganization,andeducation 12. Whichofthefollowingreferstoengagingintheinternationaldivisionoflaborsoastoobtainthecheapest sourcesoflaborandsuppliesregardlessofcountry? Outsourcing 13. Exchangeratesarepartofwhichinternationalenvironment? theeconomicenvironment 14. ____istherateatwhichonecountry'scurrencyisexchangedforanothercountry'scurrency. Exchangerate 15. Japan'sculturalpreferenceisforachievement,heroism,assertiveness,andmaterialsuccess.Thiswouldgiveit a(n)____orientation. masculine 16. The____environmentwouldleadaninternationalcompanytobuyinsuranceagainsthostgovernment takeoverwheninvestinginforeigncountries. legalpolitical 17. TheEuropeanUnionhasexpandedtoa____nationalliance. 27 18. Themanagementofbusinessoperationsconductedinmorethanonecountryiscalled: internationalmanagement 19. The____isthesingleEuropeancurrencythatwilleventuallyreplaceupto15nationalcurrenciesandunifya hugemarketplace. euro 20. Apreferenceforalooselyknitsocialframeworkinwhichindividualsareexpectedtotakecareofthemselvesis called: individualism 21. Countriesthatuseseverallanguages: havelinguisticpluralism 22. ____generallyarelocatedinAsia,AfricaandSouthAmerica. LDCs 23. ScenarioDoingBusinessinEritrea EritreaisinEasternAfrica.ItssizeisslightlybiggerthanthestateofPennsylvania.EritreacurrentlyhostsaUN peacekeepingoperationthatismonitoringa25kmwideTemporarySecurityZoneontheborderwithEthiopia. Aninternationalcommission,organizedtoresolvetheborderdispute,posteditsfindingsin2002butfinal demarcationisonholdduetoEthiopianobjections.SincegainingitsindependencefromEthiopiaon24May 1993,Eritreahasfacedtheeconomicproblemsofasmall,desperatelypoorcountry.Liketheeconomiesof manyAfricannations,theeconomyislargelybasedonsubsistenceagriculture,with80percentofthe populationinvolvedinfarmingandherding.In2004,ittook13.788nakfa(theEritreancurrency)togetoneU.S. dollar,anditspercapitaincomewasequalto900U.S.dollars.Ithasatotalof306kilometersofrailroad,874 kilometersofpavedroads,andfourairportswithpavedrunways.Itspeoplespeakavarietyoflanguages includingAfar,Arabic,TigreandKunama,Tigrinya,andotherCushiticlanguages.TheEritreansocietyis generouswithwhateverresourcesithasanditspeopleplaceahighvalueonhelpingothers. Refertothescenarioabove.Intermsofthedimensionsthatexplainculturaldifferences,Eritreaappearsto haveahighdegreeof: humaneorientation 24. Anation's____includesthesharedknowledge,beliefsandvalues,aswellasthecommonmodesofbehavior andwaysofthinking,amongmembersofasociety. culture 25. Inthe____stage,thecompanyusuallyadoptsanexportoriented,multidomesticstrategicorientation. international 26. Countrieswhosesocialvaluesreflectlowpowerdistance: expectequalityinpower 27. ACanadianbasedmanufacturingcompanyopeningaplantinBoliviawouldneedtoknowthatBoliviahas 3,519kilometersofrailroad,oneseaport,and16airportswithpavedroads.Thisinformationidentifies: partsofthenation'sinfrastructure 28. Businessesmustdealwithunfamiliarpoliticalsystems.Whataresomeofthemajorlegalpoliticalconcernsthat affectinternationalbusiness? politicalrisk,lawsandregulations,andpoliticalstability 29. In2003,oneU.S.dollarcouldbeexchangedfor116Japaneseyens.Lastmonth,adollargotyou108yens. Whichofthefollowingstatementsistrue? JapanesegoodswillbemoreexpensiveintheU.S. 30. ScenarioDoingBusinessinEritrea EritreaisinEasternAfrica.ItssizeisslightlybiggerthanthestateofPennsylvania.EritreacurrentlyhostsaUN peacekeepingoperationthatismonitoringa25kmwideTemporarySecurityZoneontheborderwithEthiopia. Aninternationalcommission,organizedtoresolvetheborderdispute,posteditsfindingsin2002butfinal demarcationisonholdduetoEthiopianobjections.SincegainingitsindependencefromEthiopiaon24May 1993,Eritreahasfacedtheeconomicproblemsofasmall,desperatelypoorcountry.Liketheeconomiesof manyAfricannations,theeconomyislargelybasedonsubsistenceagriculture,with80percentofthe populationinvolvedinfarmingandherding.In2004,ittook13.788nakfa(theEritreancurrency)togetoneU.S. dollar,anditspercapitaincomewasequalto900U.S.dollars.Ithasatotalof306kilometersofrailroad,874 kilometersofpavedroads,andfourairportswithpavedrunways.Itspeoplespeakavarietyoflanguages includingAfar,Arabic,TigreandKunama,Tigrinya,andotherCushiticlanguages.TheEritreansocietyis generouswithwhateverresourcesithasanditspeopleplaceahighvalueonhelpingothers. Refertothescenarioabove.ThevarietyoflanguagesspokenwithinEritrea'ssocioculturalenvironmentmeans thatthenation: haslinguisticpluralism 31. Inrelationshiporientedsocieties,leadersshould: useawarm,personalizedapproachwithemployees 32. Acompany'sriskoflossofassets,earningpower,ormanagerialcontrolduetopoliticallybasedeventsor actionbyhostgovernmentisreferredtoas: politicalrisk 33. ScenarioDoingBusinessinSpain Inthesecondhalfofthe20thcentury,Spainhasplayedacatchuproleinthewesterninternationalcommunity; itjoinedtheEuropeanUnionin1986.ItisakeyEuropeangatewaycountryandconsumerforLatinAmerican cocaineandNorthAfricanhashishenteringtheEuropeanmarket.Itisalsoamoneylaunderingsitefor EuropeanearningsofColombiannarcoticstraffickingorganizations.Acompanythatwantedtodobusinessin Spainwouldneedtoknowthatitisasocialistnation,anditspeoplebelieveinatightlyknitsociety.Itspeople alsotendtohaveahighdegreeofassertivenessandareveryconcernedwithpromotingorganizational efficiency,evenifitisharmfultoemployees. Refertothescenarioabove.BecauseSpainisamemberoftheEuropeanUnion,youknow: itscurrencyistheeuro 34. TheprocessofglobalizationtypicallypassesthroughallofthefollowingstagesEXCEPT: interdomesticstage. 35. Aforeignterroristdetonatesexplosivesinawarehousethathousesmanufacturingpartsforacompanythatis headquartered2,000milesaway.Thisisanexampleof: politicalrisk Chapter 4 1. Starbucks,theworld'slargestcoffeeretailchain,istryingtohelpdevelopingworldcoffeeproducerssurvive. Pricesforcoffeebeanshavedroppedbynearly50percentinthelastfewyearsandmanycoffeebeangrowers arestruggling.Starbuckshasagreedtopaypremiumpricesfortheircoffeebeansandmakelongterm contractswithfarmerswhogrowcoffee.Thefarmersareoneofthecoffeechain's: stakeholders 2. HarrietMilnerisamanagerofaretailstore.Shehasnoproblemwithsellingcounterfeitmerchandisebecause itmakesmostofhercustomershappy.Onceinawhile,acustomerwillcomplainabouttheshoddinessofthe productsshesells,butmostofhercustomersjustliketheimagethatcomesfromassociationwithdesigner clothingandaccessories.SinceMilnerhascreatedasituationinwhichthelargestpossiblenumberofpeople findsatisfaction,shehasusedthe: utilitarianapproach. 3. ____referstoeconomicdevelopmentthatgenerateswealthandmeetstheneedsofthecurrentgeneration whilesavingtheenvironmentsofuturegenerationscanmeettheirneedsaswell. Sustainability 4. ScenarioSleepComfortably,Inc. SleepComfortably,Inc.,isamediumsizedmanufacturerofmattressandbeddingproductsforchildren.The companydoesitsbesttobeagoodcorporatecitizen,andforyearshasengagedinactivitiessuchasdonating beddingtolocalorphanagesanddistributioncentersfortheneedy.Yesterday,oneoftheplantforemen reportedthathehaddiscoveredanillegaldischargefromtheplanttoanearbystream.Althoughtheplantwas operatingdoubleshiftsinordertocompleteaproductionrunfortheChristmassellingseason,theplant managerorderedthatplantoperationsintheaffectedareashutdownimmediately,orderedhisplantengineers toworkaroundtheclocktoidentifythesourceandcauseofthedischarge,andcontactedthelocalofficeofthe EnvironmentalProtectionAgencytoreportthedischargeandenlisttheirhelpinkeepinganyproblemsfromitto aminimum.Whenaskedbyasubordinateifthecompanywouldnotbebetteroffkeepingquietaboutthe discharge,themanagerstated:"Ourcompanypolicyistoactinthebestinterestofourcustomers,employees, thecommunitiesinwhichweoperate,andourstockholders.Breakingthelawisinnoone'slongterminterests, anddoingtherightthingisinthebestinterestsofmostofourstakeholders." Refertothescenarioabove.Thecompany'scontributionstoorphanagesanddistributioncentersfortheneedy fulfillwhichdimensionofcorporatesocialresponsibility? discretionary 5. Robertaisthemanagerofaboutique.Shehasfoundthathercustomerslovethesmellofdesignerperfumes butdonotliketheirhighcosts.ShehasbeenapproachedbyasalespersonfromKecofaBA,aDutchcompany thatmakesknockoffperfumesthatsmelllikethedesigneronesbutaremuchcheaper.Sheknowsthatthe knockoffperfumesrobthedesignercompaniesofmoneytheyhaverightfullyearned,yetshewantstokeepher customershappy.Thisisanexampleofa(n): ethicaldilemma 6. The____approachholdsthatmoraldecisionsmustbebasedonstandardsofequity,fairness,andimpartiality. justice 7. Anormativeapproachtoethicaldecisionmaking: usesvariousapproachestodescribeguidingvaluesfordecisions 8. Atthe____level,peoplelearntoconformtotheexpectationsofgoodbehaviorsasdefinedbycolleagues, family,friends,andsociety. conventional 9. Asituationthatariseswhenallalternativechoicesorbehaviorshavebeendeemedundesirablebecauseofthe potentiallynegativeethicalconsequences,makingitdifficulttodistinguishrightfromwrong,isconsidereda(n): ethicaldilemma 10. Adecadeago,MelYoungsuccessfullylaunchedTheBigIssueinScotland,astreetpaperforthehomeless. TheBigIssuesells40,000copiesinScotlandeveryweek.Thehomelessareselfemployedas TheBigIssue salespeople.Thecompanyismanagedinabusinesswaywithasocialconscience.BecauseYoungbelieves thathomelesspeoplehavetherighttolifeandsafety,hemorethanlikelyadherestothe____approachto ethicaldecisionmaking. moralrights 11. Mostofthelawsguidinghumanresourcemanagementarebasedonthe: justiceapproach 12. KielyLuiownsandmanagesaballetschool.Attheendofeachyear,shegivesbonusestothosedance instructorswhohavebroughthersmallpresentsduringtheyearandtoldherhowprettyshelooked.Those instructorswhohavesimplyconcentratedondoingagoodjobreceivenobonuses.ThisisdefinitelyNOTan exampleof____justice. distributive 13. AccordingtothepolicyofHudsonTruckingCompany,anemployeewillbeterminatedifheorsheislatefor workmorethanthreetimesinasinglemonth.GeorgeFosterwasfiredasaresultofthispolicy,butthe supervisor'sbestfriendwasnot.Thissituationreflectsafailurein____justiceatHudson. procedural 14. Starbucks,theworld'slargestcoffeeretailchain,istryingtohelpdevelopingworldcoffeeproducerssurvive. Pricesforcoffeebeanshavedroppedbynearly50percentinthelastfewyearsandmanycoffeebeangrowers arestruggling.Starbuckshasagreedtopaypremiumpricesfortheircoffeebeansandmakelongterm contractswithfarmerswhogrowcoffee.ThisactionshowsStarbucks'concernwith: socialresponsibility 15. Whichoftheseemployeebehaviorsmatcheswiththeconventionallevelofpersonalmoraldevelopment? workgroupcollaboration 16. EnvironwiseisaBritishgovernmentalagencydesignedtohelpcompaniesusetheirresourcesmorewisely. TheBritishagencyisa(n)____forallBritishnewspapers. stakeholder 17. Allmodernsocietieslaydownbasicgroundrules,laws,andregulationsthatbusinessesareexpectedtofollow. Whatarethesegroundrulescalled? legalresponsibilities 18. Thethinkingunderlyingthedomainof____istheclosesttothejusticeapproach. law 19. Agroupofexecutivesassignedtooverseetheorganization'sethicsbyrulingonquestionableissuesand discipliningviolatorsisreferredtoas: anethicscommittee 20. ScenarioSleepComfortably,Inc. SleepComfortably,Inc.,isamediumsizedmanufacturerofmattressandbeddingproductsforchildren.The companydoesitsbesttobeagoodcorporatecitizen,andforyearshasengagedinactivitiessuchasdonating beddingtolocalorphanagesanddistributioncentersfortheneedy.Yesterday,oneoftheplantforemen reportedthathehaddiscoveredanillegaldischargefromtheplanttoanearbystream.Althoughtheplantwas operatingdoubleshiftsinordertocompleteaproductionrunfortheChristmassellingseason,theplant managerorderedthatplantoperationsintheaffectedareashutdownimmediately,orderedhisplantengineers toworkaroundtheclocktoidentifythesourceandcauseofthedischarge,andcontactedthelocalofficeofthe EnvironmentalProtectionAgencytoreportthedischargeandenlisttheirhelpinkeepinganyproblemsfromitto aminimum.Whenaskedbyasubordinateifthecompanywouldnotbebetteroffkeepingquietaboutthe discharge,themanagerstated:"Ourcompanypolicyistoactinthebestinterestofourcustomers,employees, thecommunitiesinwhichweoperate,andourstockholders.Breakingthelawisinnoone'slongterminterests, anddoingtherightthingisinthebestinterestsofmostofourstakeholders." Refertothescenarioabove.Fromwhichlevelofmoraldevelopmentdoesthemanagerseemtobeoperating? principled 21. BarryAdams,aregisterednurseworkingonasubacutecareunitataNewEnglandhospital,wasextremely concernedaboutunsafehealthcarepracticesthatheobservedinhisworksetting.Adamswasworriedabout thequality,safety,anddignityofpatientcareasthehospitalimplementedstaffingcutsandcostcontainment measures.Adamsdocumentedwhathesawandgavethereporttohospitaladministrators.Heengagedin: whistleblowing 22. Inlookingatcorporaterelationships,weneedtodeterminehowacorporationreactstospecificinternaland externalchallengesandopportunities.Ingeneral,thecodewithwhichmoralprinciplesandvaluesgovernthe organizationiscalled: ethics 23. Ofalltheapproachestoethicaldecisionmaking,the____approachmostbelongsinthedomainoflaw. justice 24. Only20percentofAmericanadultsreachthethirdstageofmoraldevelopment.Thethirdleveliscalledthe ____stage. principled 25. AnewdrughasnotbeenapprovedbytheFDAtosellintheU.S.becausefurthertestingisneeded.The companyhasachancetosellitsproductinanothercountryimmediatelytostartrecoveringitsresearchand developmentcostsnowinsteadofwaitingthreeyears.Thisexampleplacesthedecisioninwhichofthe categoriesfromthetext? theethicaldomain 26. Sexualharassmentisunethicalbecauseitviolatesthe: rightoffreedomofconscience 27. Accordingto____justice,individualsshouldnotbeheldresponsibleformattersoverwhichtheyhaveno control. compensatory 28. Whichofthefollowingemployeebehaviorsmatcheswiththepreconventionallevelofpersonalmoral development? taskaccomplishment 29. ____arebehaviorsthatarenotnecessarilycodifiedintolawandmaynotservethecorporation'sdirect economicinterest. Ethicalresponsibilities 30. MikeObanworksatanelectronicsdistributioncenter.Hehaslearnedthatacoworker,whohappenstobeone ofOban'sbestfriends,isleavingthecentereverydaywithwiringandelectricalrepairpartsthatbelongtotheir employer.Obanmustdecidewhattodo.Obanwantstohelphisfriendwhoclaimshegotthewiringandparts outoftrashcans.Healsobelievesthatstealingforanyreasoniswrong.Obanisinvolvedina(n): ethicaldilemma 31. ScenarioHammersmith'sNachoCheese Hammersmith'sNachoCheesefacilitieshadjustpassedinspectionforsanitationstandards.Nowmanagement couldgoaheadwithplanstoproduceoveronemilliongallonsofproductduringthenextsixmonths.Top managementdecidedtoexpandsalestoaneighboringstateandincreaseditsproductiontarget.Theexpanded saleseffortrequiredrecruitingandselectingsalesstaffbasedonrelevantqualificationsandexperience. Expansionsalesplans,however,mighthavebeendelayedifproductqualityproblemswerenotsolved.A numberofretailerscommentedthatsomecustomersreturntheirnachocheeseclaimingthesaucelabeled "mild"wastoohot.Analysisbythecompanylaboratoryshowedthatcustomerswerecorrectinmanyinstances. Themarketingdepartmentheadandothertopmanagersstaunchlydeniedtheseclaimsandsaidtheproblem wasmerelycustomertasteandnottheproduct.Atthesametime,companyofficialsquietlydisposedofthe suspectnachocheese. Refertothescenarioabove.Whichstakeholderswereaffectedbythisproductqualityissue? customers companyinvestors productresellers employees E)allofthese 32. Whichofthesereferstotheethicalconceptthatmoraldecisionsarethosethatbestmaintaintherightsofthose peopleaffectedbythem? moralrightsapproach 33. Undertheutilitarianapproach,adecisionmakeris: expectedtoconsidertheeffectofeachdecisionalternativeonallpartiesandselecttheonethatoptimizes satisfactionforthegreatestnumber 34. Therelationshipbetweensocialresponsibilityandfinancialperformancehasbeenshowntobe____. positive 35. Theutilitarianapproachwasfirstintroducedby____and____inthenineteenthcentury. JeremyBentham;JohnStuartMill

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1.(Refertothevideo).Whattypeofpowerdidtheprofessorexertinthewayhepushedforthwiththequiz?A)RewardB)CoerciveC)LegitimateFeedback:Correct!D)ReferentPoints5.0/5.0Earned:CorrectAnswer(s): C2.(Refertothevideo).Inthevideo,theprofessorisclaimingthatt
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Standard costs serve as a device for measuring efficiency.a. Trueb. FalseStandards are set for only direct labor and direct materials.a. Trueb. FalseAn unfavorable cost variance occurs when budgeted cost at actual volumes exceeds actual cost.a. Tru
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Chapter 15 - LeasesChapter 15LeasesQuestion 15-1QUESTIONS FOR REVIEW OF KEY TOPICSRegardless of the legal form of the agreement, a lease is accounted for as either a rental agreement or a purchase/sale accompanied by debt financing depending on the s
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Chapter 16 - Accounting for Income TaxesChapter 16 Accounting for Income TaxesTrue / False Questions1. A temporary difference originates in one period and reverses, or turns around, in one or more later periods. True False2. Expenditures currently ded
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Chapter 17 - Pensions and Other Postretirement Benefit PlansChapter 17Pensions and Other Postretirement Benefit PlansTrue / False Questions1. The projected benefit obligation may be less reliable than the accumulated benefitobligation.True False2.
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Chapter 18 - Shareholders EquityChapter 18Shareholders EquityTrue / False Questions1. Mandatorily redeemable preferred stock is reported as a liability.True False2. Noncash assets received as consideration for the issue of stock are always valued ba
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Chapter 19 - Share-Based Compensation and Earnings Per ShareChapter 19ShareShare-Based Compensation and Earnings PerQUESTIONS FOR REVIEW OF KEY TOPICSQuestion 19-1Restricted stock refers to shares actually awarded in the name of an employee, althoug
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Chapter 20 - Accounting Changes and Error CorrectionsChapter 20Accounting Changes and Error CorrectionsQUESTIONS FOR REVIEW OF KEYQuestion 20-1 TOPICSAccounting changes are categorized as: 1. Changes in principle (when companies switch from one accept
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Chapter 21 - The Statement of Cash Flows RevisitedChapter 21RevisitedThe Statement of Cash Flows QUESTIONS FOR REVIEW OF KEY TOPICSQuestion 21-1Every cash flow eventually affects the balance of one or more accounts on the balance sheet, and the cash
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Future Development and HarmonizationFuture development of the Financial Accounting Standards board will lead to furtherharmonization with the International Accounting Standards board. There are few differenceswith regards to accounting for share based
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U.S GAAPU.S GAAP uses the recognition principle and recognizes the goods and services receivedin a share-based payment transaction when it receives the goods and services. U.S.GAAP usesSFAS no. 123R conveniently named Share-Based Payment as the main gu
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Future DevelopmentFASB and IASB have few differences withregards to share based compensation.FASB has issued Statement 123 which islargely consistent with IFRS 2.The differences between the Statementand IFRS 2 may be further reduced in thefuture wh
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Chapter OpenerPage 1 of 2Intermediate AccountingeBook6/eContentChapter15: LeasesChapter Opener/ / / OVERVIEWIn the previous chapter, we saw how companies account for their long-term debt. The focus ofthat discussion was bonds and notes. In this
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Chapter OpenerPage 1 of 2Intermediate AccountingeBook6/eContentChapter21: The Statement of Cash Flows RevisitedChapter Opener/OVERVIEWThe objective of financial reporting is to provide investors and creditors with useful information,primarily i
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September 2009pwc.com/usifrsIFRS readiness seriesTo have a deeper conversationabout how this subject may affectyour business, please contact:For additional contacts, visitthis publications web page viawww.pwc.com/usifrsThis publication is printed
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IFRS and IAS Summaries20112011This extract has been prepared by IFRS Foundation staff and has not been approved by the IASB. For the requirementsreference must be made to International Financial Reporting Standards.2011 2 English with Chinese Transl
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Statement of Cash Flows HandoutData for Illustrative Problem:Assume that the records of the Wolverine Company revealed the following information:Wolverine CompanyCOMPARATIVE BALANCE SHEETDecember 31AssetsCash and cash equivalentsMarketable equity
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CHAPTER 19CHAPTER 19 HANDOUTBelow is selected information for the Hotbed Company as of December 31, 2010.Debt:Notes payable, 14%8% convertible bonds payable10% convertible bonds payable6% convertible bonds payableTotal debt$ 1,000,0002,500,0002
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DEFERRED TAXESXYZ Co. which began operations at the beginning of 2010, had pretax financial income of $200,000 and $150,000 for2012and 2013, respectively. Revenue and expense recognition for accounting and income tax purposes are the same exceptfor the
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ACC 313LEASESFox Company, a manufacturer of heavy equipment, leased an equipment to Tiger Inc., on January 1,2011. The lease provisions were as follows:Leas term5 yearsUseful life of equipment8 yearsFair market value of the equipment$200,000Cost
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PENSION PLANSBlue Inc. adopted a pension plan for its employees on January 1, 2012. Blue gave credit for pastservices which resulted in unrecognized prior service cost and Projected Benefit Obligation of$400,000. The actuary has provided the following
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Chapter 01 - Introduction to International AccountingChapter 01Introduction to International AccountingMultiple Choice Questions1. Which of the following groups is a supranational organization?A) United NationsB) Organization for Economic Cooperatio
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McGraw-Hill/IrwinCopyright 2012 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.Chapter TopicsDifferences between IFRS and US GAAP. Inventories. Property, Plant & Equipment. Investment Property. Impairment of Assets. Intangible Assets. Goo
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McGraw-Hill/IrwinCopyright 2012 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.Chapter Topics Foreign exchange markets Foreign exchange risk Accounting for foreign currency transactions Hedging Foreign currency forward contracts and options
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McGraw-Hill/IrwinCopyright 2012 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.Chapter TopicsConceptual issues of foreign currency financialstatements translation.Methods of financial statement translation.Temporal and current rate methods i
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McGraw-Hill/IrwinCopyright 2012 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.Chapter TopicsOverview of financial statement analysis.Reasons for analyzing foreign financial statements.Problems encountered in analyzing foreign financialstate
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CFA, Level I Created by Almond Similarities and Dissimilarities between IFRS and US. GAAPItemIFRS(IASB)US. GAAP(FASB)Goals/Purpose of Frameworkrequire considering IFRSframework if no explicitrequirement existsnot put FASB framework atthe top of
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Foreign currencyTypical coverage of US GAAPFunctional currencyForeign currency transactionsTranslation of foreign currency financial statementsTranslation (remeasurement) into functional currencyTranslation of financial statements from foreign entit
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EC staff consolidated version as of 16 September 2009,FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLYEN - EU IAS 2International Accounting Standard 2InventoriesObjective1The objective of this Standard is to prescribe the accounting treatment for inventories. A prima
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EC staff consolidated version as of 16 September 2009,FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLYEN EU IAS 16International Accounting Standard 16Property, Plant and EquipmentObjective1The objective of this Standard is to prescribe the accounting treatment for pr
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MP ARMunich Personal RePEc ArchiveBasic Principles of Hedge AccountingBunea-Bonta, Cristina AurorasGeorge Bacovia University, BacauAugust 2009Online at http:/mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/17072/MPRA Paper No. 17072, posted 03. September 2009 / 07:02BA
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Foreign Currency TransactionsExample: A US Co. sells and ships good s to a Japanese Co. Sale price is US$10,000 and willbe paid in 30 days in Japanese Yen ().Current exchange rate is $1=90.In 30 days, the exchange rate is $1=95.ABC Co. made a sale to
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Hedging Foreign Exchange RiskABC Co. sells parts to a foreign customer on December 1, Year1, with payment of 20,000 FC to bereceived on March 1, Year 2. ABC Co. enters into a forward contract on December 1, Year 1, to sell20,000 FC on March 1, Year 2.
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PRINT(NOTE: contains 84 pages)CONTENTSSimilarities and DifferencesA comparison of IFRS and US GAAPFebruary 2004www.pwc.com/ifrsOther publications on IFRSPricewaterhouseCoopers has published the following publications on International Financial Rep
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RadFrence International is a U.S. firm with a wholly owned subsidiary in France. The basicassumptions involved in the French subsidiary and its interaction with the parent company areas follows:a. Capital stock was issued and fixed assets acquired when
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Foreign Currency TransactionsExample: A US Co. sells and ships good s to a Japanese Co. Sale price is US$10,000 and will be paid in 30days in Japanese Yen ().Current exchange rate is $1=90.In 30 days, the exchange rate is $1=95.ABC Co. made a sale to
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RadFrence International, Inc. _Current Rate Method31-Dec-0331-Dec-04Historical RateAverage during 2004Average during fourthquarter, 2003Average during fourthquarter, 2004CashAccounts ReceivableInventoriesFixed assetsAccumulated depreciationT
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Year 1 Journal Entries11/01/Y1 Accounts Receivable (FC)Sales$23,000$23,00012/31/Y1 Foreign Exchange LossAccounts Receivable (FC)$3,000$3,000Accumulated Other Comprehensive Income (AOCI)Gain on Forward Contract$3,000Forward ContractAccumulated
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RadFrence International, Inc. _Temporal31-Dec-0331-Dec-04Historical RateAverage during 2004Average during fourthquarter, 2003Average during fourthquarter, 2004CashAccounts ReceivableInventoriesFixed assetsAccumulated depreciationTotalAccoun
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Financial Statements from Different CountriesSelect and review at least four annual reports from different countries. (Either from the suggested list orfind your own reports.) Identify differences among financial statements from different countries Gr
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Jennifer AugulisDr. MoscaBM 423-HY02/23/12Case on two SupervisorsThis case involved me having two assistant supervisors working for me who donot get along and have each of their groups competing against each other, and althoughproduction is high my
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AGGREGATE PLANNINGANNUAL SALES FOREAST FOR AIR CONDITIONERS:JANFEBMARAPRMAYJUNJULAUGSEPOCTNOVDECSEASONALFORECAST0%0%0%0%0%20%30%50%0%0%0%0%MONTHLYSALESMONTHLYPRODUCTION0(0)0(0)0(0)0(0)0(0)12,000(0)18,000(0)30,
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Jennifer AugulisAssignment #3As IsAlt 1Alt 2Fixed Cost$193,000$143,000$313,000Variable Cost$406$406$203Volume Breakeven325241393Volume of 500$103,000$153,000$85,000Volume of 1,000$400,000$450,000$483,000Profit
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Jennifer AugulisDr. MoscaBM 423-HY02/09/12How Do You Motivate Hotel Maids?This case brought about the issue of a motel chain producing a low maid staff andthe bigger issue of having to hire new staff and train them, which cost more money in thelong
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Jennifer AugulisProfessor VujnovicCO211-02One Pager #4All Things ConsideredThe presentation of the show All Things Considered, a national public radiostation becomes very informative to the eye of a new listener. This news show not onlyreports on p
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Jennifer AugulisDr. MoscaBM 423-HY03/01/12LuigiThis case is concerning an employee named Luigi, who is from Italy and althoughhe has lived in the States for a while his accent still gets in the way. I am planning tomake him an operator, however he
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Jennifer AugulisDr. MoscaBM 423-HY02/09/12The Mentoring Of EdwardThis case dealt with a boy named Edward, who attended Harvard BusinessSchool, and how his life as a child was hard, he lived in a bad neighborhood and pick upthe drug trade early on.
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Jennifer AugulisProfessor VujnovicCO 211-02One Pager #3Josh Powell TragedyOver the weekend a man named Josh Powell set his home on fire killing himselfalong with his two young sons. Powell had lost custody of his children after his wife haddisappea
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Jennifer AugulisDr. MoscaBM 423-HY02/09/12Whistleblowers RightsThis case involves the act of whistleblowing, which is basically telling onsomeone for doing an illegal act, and therefore risking your job or getting the company introuble with the gov
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Jennifer AugulisDr. MoscaBM 423-HYGroup Pressure- Rate BustingIn this case dealing with the new machinery, many employees saw thisadvancement as a way one might lose their current job as well as be replaced. A man bythe name of Frank Gonzales instal
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Capacity Planning and Breakeven AnalysisFixed Cost:Var Cost:Sales Price$100,000$100Prod0100200300400500600700800900100011001200$300Revenue$30,000$60,000$90,000$120,000$150,000$180,000$210,000$240,000$270,000$300,000$330,000
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REGRESSION ANALYSIS TO GET BEST FITTING STRAIGHT LINEX-Range400300500650Y-RANGE375000300000400000450000SUMMARY OUTPUTRegression StatisticsMultiple R0.971173296R Square0.94317757Adjusted R Square 0.9147663551Standard Error18246.75109Obs
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Jennifer AugulisDr. MoscaBM 423-HY02/02/12Caught in a SqueezeThe case entitled caught in a squeeze, is about Heather and her new position whichrequires more hours and a tight stressful schedule. Heather has a husband who workslong hours and a son w
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Jennifer AugulisDr. MoscaBM 423-HYChallenges in the New EconomyThis case involves the talk of the future job opportunism and what will beavailable in the future for us. Entrepreneurship is an interesting area to be involved inand one can either ente