The five basic entities that make up any business are

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1) The five basic entities that make up any business are suppliers, customers, employees, products and services, and: A) its environment. B) manufacturing and production. C) sales and marketing. D) invoices and payments. 2) Promoting the organization's products or services is a responsibility of the ________ function. 3) Checking for product quality is an activity associated with the ________ function. 4) Which of the following is a cross-functional business process? 5) Employees that assist with paperwork at all levels of the firm are called: A) data workers. B) knowledge workers. C) operational management. D) service workers. 4
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6) The three principal levels of hierarchies within a business organization are: 7) Key forces in a business's immediate environment include: 8) Engineers and architects are examples of: 9) Which of the following is an example of a key force in a firm's broader, less immediate environment? A) stockholders B) regulations C) shipping firms D) economic trends 10) A computerized system that performs and records the daily dealings necessary to conduct business is classified as a(n): 11) Which type of system would you use to change a production schedule if a key supplier was late in delivering goods? 12) A relocation control system that reports summaries on the total moving, house-hunting, and home financing costs for employees in all company divisions would fall into the category of:
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