Christine Wilson_ACG 3341-1_Individual_Week 1

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Individual Assignment Week 1 Christine Wilson ACG 3341-1
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1 | P a g e 1-18: Classify each of the cost items (a–h) as one of the business functions of the value chain shown in Exhibit 1-2 (page 6). Value chain and classification of costs, fast food restaurant. Burger King, a hamburger fast food restaurant, incurs the following costs: a. Cost of oil for the deep fryer Production b. Wages of the counter help who give customers the food they order Distribution c. Cost of the costume for the King on the Burger King Television commercials Marketing d. Cost of children’s toys given away free with kids’ meals Marketing e. Cost of the posters indicating the special “two cheeseburgers for $2.50” Marketing f. Costs of frozen onion rings and French fries Production g. Salaries of the food specialists who create new sandwiches for the restaurant chain Design of services, products, and processes h. Cost of “to-go” bags requested by customers who could not finish their meals in the restaurant Customer Service 1-21: Planning and control decisions. Conner Company makes and sells brooms and mops. It takes the following actions, not necessarily in the order given. For each action (a–e) state whether it is a planning decision or a control decision. a. Conner asks its marketing team to consider ways to get back market share from its newest competitor, Swiffer. Planning Decision b. Conner calculates market share after introducing its newest product. Control Decision c. Conner compares costs it actually incurred with costs it expected to incur for the production of the new product.
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