MOB Final Review [Chapters 9-18]
Ch 9- Foundations of Group Behavior
Social Identity Theory- perspective that considers when and why individuals consider themselves members of groups.
People have emotional reactions to failure or success of their group b
Organizational commitment is the desire on the part of an employee to remain a member of the
The three types of organizational commitment are continuance, normative, and affective.
Colloquio di Lavoro Domande
Dove ha svolto i suoi studi?
Principalmente nelgi Stati Uniti. Ho conseguito la laurea in economia e commercio
presso Ramapo College in NJ.
Quante lingue conosce?
Essendo nato e cresciuto nelgi Statis Uniti, pertanto sono madre
Impact of Brexit on the World Economy
Brexit was a surprising event that sent shockwaves throughout the world
economy. I think there were many reasons as to why Britain decided to ultimately
leave the EU. One of the biggest reasons was immi
HW Problems Ch. 6 and 7
I would assure Tornado that the Capital Projects Fund is specifically for handling the
debt of capital projects such as these. The Capital Projects Fund may be legally
mandated for this purpose also. I
Chapter 12 HW
I would argue that recognizing these assets gives a more informative and accurate
representation of the financial statements to the statement users. From a business
perspective, placing high values on assets m
Segretaria: Buongiorno. Mi dica.
Brandon: Sono il contabile Brandon Chiger, della azienda Frost King. Ho un
appuntamento con il dottor Sorrentino alle undici.
Segretaria: Un momento, per favore. Il dottor Sorrentino non libero. E
Name: Brandon Chiger
Date submitted: 2/23/16
Date chapter covered: 2/22-2/28
Chapter #: 6 (also Chapter 1 and 5)
Article is related to which topic in the chap: International Trade Theory, Globalization, Ethics
Do you want to present this
Auditing Exam #1 (Ch. 1-5, 7+8)
CHAPTER 1 (The Demand for Audit and Other Assurance Services)
Most significant securities legislation since 1933 and 1934 Securities Acts.
Applies to publicly traded companies and their audit firms.
My name is Brandon Chiger. Im currently a senior at Ramapo College of New Jersey, majoring in
accounting. I reside in Hillsdale, NJ. I am the son of a Jewish father and an Italian mother. Often times, I like to say
that I come from the best of both worlds
Administrative Model of Decision Making- An approach to decision making that explains why decision making is
inherently uncertain and risky and why managers can rarely make decisions in the manner prescribed by the classical
Classical Model of Decis
Tax Research Problem 5-2
The tax dilemma presented in this problem involves the taxability of 300 coupons that
can be used to redeem coffee and doughnuts. The client, John Butler, attended a Houston Astros
game where these coupons
To: Oregon Inc. Board of Directors
From: Brandon Chiger, Financial Advisor
Date: October 10th, 2016
Subject: Options to stimulate interest in company stock
I am writing to discuss the various options to stimulate interest in Oregon Inc.s common stock.
Magnolia Avenue, 430, 07642 Hillsdale (Stati Uniti d'America)
Dott. Giuseppe Sorrentino
Milano, 08 ottobre 2016
Egregio Signor Sorrentino,
Le scrivo in relazione al posto di c
Chapter 4 - Emotions & Moods
A broad range of feelings that people experience.
Encompasses emotions and moods.
Emotions and moods are closely connected and
can influence each other (Exhibit 4-1).
Feelings that tend to be less intense th
Chapter 1 - What is Organizational Behavior?
What Managers Do
Get things done through other people.
Make decisions, allocate resources, and direct
activities of others to attain goals.
Do work in an organization - a consciously
coordinated social uni
Case Study Analysis
A Harvard Business Review Approach (source: Harvard
Adapted and Modified for Managing Organizational
The Steps in Case Analysis
Chapter 16 HW
APIC-stock warrant $22,800
Yes, because only accounting for ONE security. (There is no value for warrants as
they are not sellable if they are non-detachable.
Government and Not For Profit HW Problems
The legal implications of the mayor entering into this contract can be quite
significant. The money spent on these repairs is not lawful, since the
ordinance clearly states that money can only be s
Case Analysis 1
Managing Organizational Behavior
Joseph Livingston works for the local chapter of Job Support for the disadvantaged and
truly likes helping his community. Joe
Case 1- Apple
Factories owned by Foxconn, who supply products to Apple, Samsung, Amazon, Dell,
and Hewlett-Packard were violating work regulations. One example was that the
employees were working over the limit of 60 hours and/
An organization's reputation reflects the prominence of its brand in the minds of the public and the
perceived quality of its goods and services.
Reputation is a tangible asset that depends heavily on a company's ability t
By: Jason Niemec
Due: April 1, 2015
Table of Contents
Executive Summary pg. 3
Location and Size pg. 3
Topography and Climate pg. 4
Flora, Fauna and Natural Resources pg. 5
Brief of History of Turkey pg.
Chapter Two: Ancient Mesopotamia
The First Cities: The Development of Writing
New findings indicate that large scale settlements emerged in southern Iraq and Syria in
the latter half of the 4th millennium B.C.E. Population growth, an increase in agricul
Intermediate Accounting 1
November 5, 2016
Items 2, 3, 5, 8, 10, 13, 14, 16, and 17 would be reported as inventory in the financial statements.
The following items would not be reported as inventory:
1. Cost of goods sold in th
IPIP-NEO Narrative Report
NOTE: The report sent to your computer screen upon the completion of the
IPIP-NEO is only a temporary web page. When you exit your web browser you
will not be able to return to this URL to re-access your report. No copies of the
A sale between which of the following could trigger a gain or a loss for federal tax purposes?
a.Husband and wife
b.Ancestor and descendent
c.Cousin and cousin
d.Majority shareholder and corporation
While gains on sales to related parties are fully taxabl
10-71 CA 10-5 (a) Client A Treatment if has Commercial Substance Client A would recognize a gain of
$35,000 on the exchange. The basis of the asset acquired would be $125,000. The entry would be as
follows: Machinery ($95,000 + $30,000). 125,000