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1. Benefits and pitfalls of planningDawn is a manager for a pet grooming shop. She has decided to engage in planning by creating goals for her employees. Dawn has created a plan to increase revenues at the store by setting goals for eachemployee to up-sell customers into dog pedicures and hair dyeing services, which bring in higher revenues than dog bathing and trimming. Which of the following are likely results of the plan that Dawn has created?Check all that apply.Dawn notices her employees staying past their shifts all month in order to meet their goalsAfter not hitting the revenue goals the first month, Dawn’s employees stop trying to up-sell customers and just focus on bathing and trimmingDawn’s employees work harder during their shiftsThe pet groomers become more efficient at bathing and trimming dogs so they have more time fordog pedicures and hair dyeingPlanning has been provento work for bothcompanies and individuals. 2. Making a plan that worksUsing your knowledge of SMART goals, select the best goal.I will study hard before my next test.I will ask my study group what they think of our professor.I will complete this class with a good grade so I can graduate.I will outline two chapters of my management textbook before class starts next Tuesday.