Notes Intro To Business Economic Scenarios
Inflation vs. Deflation = #Dollars Chasing Amount of Goods/Services
Recession & Depression = Degrees of Severity
Federal Reserve Attempts to Control
U.S. Government Economic Tool
Notes Intro To Business Cultural Differences
Cultural Differences in
Values & Attitudes
Did You Know?
In Turkey its rude to cross your arms while you are facing someone.
In the Arab world the le
Notes Intro To Business Ethical Decision Resolved Through
Steps to Improve U.S. Business Ethics
1. Top Management
4. Ethics Of
Notes Intro To Business Economics
Economics: Use of scarce resources to produce goods/services, distribute them
among competing groups/individuals
Economics: Create Wealth
Micro v. Macro
Notes Intro To Business Ethics
Ethics Check Questions:
Is It Legal?
Is It Balanced?
How Will It Make Me Feel About Myself?
Factors That Cause Workers
To Act Unethically
Pressure to meet sales, budget or profit goals
Lack of recognition
Notes Intro To Business Introduction
Identifies, organizes, plans and allocates resources
Material and Facilities
WORKS WITH OTHERS
Contributes to group effort
Notes Intro To Business PROBLEM SOLVING
THE PROBLEM SOLVING PROCESS
1. Identify the Real Problem
2. Diagnose the Problem
3. Develop the Solutions
4. Select a Solution
5. Implement the Solution
6. Evaluate the Outcome
IDENTIFY THE PROBLEM
Identify the Iss
Notes Intro To Business Questions of Planning
Questions of Planning
1) What is the situation now?
2) Where do we want to go?
3) How can we get there from here?
Corporate Values & Ethics
Dont Fear Change
Notes Intro To Business Trade Deficits
Trade Deficits/Surpluses- Balance of Trade(1999)
U. S. Exports to Japan
Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals
Balance of Trade
Japan Exports to U.S.
Computers & Te
Notes Intro To Business New Management Approaches
New Management Approaches- Why?
Better Educated Employees
Manager No Longer Just Boss
Opportunities for Leadership by
Notes Business Law Sources of American Law
Sources of American Law
U.S. and State Constitutions.
Statutory Lawfederal, state and local.
Administrative regulations and decisions.
Case Law and Common Law Doctrines.
The Common Law Tradition
Notes Business Law Subject Matter Jurisdiction
Subject Matter Jurisdiction
This is a limitation on the types of cases a court can hear
usually determined by federal or state statutes.
Notes Business Law Litigation- Discovery
2nd Stage: Discovery
Discovery is the process by which parties obtain information from the opposing
party prior to trial.
Depositions & Interrogatories.
Requests for Admissions.
Requests for Production Of Docume
Notes Business Law Pleadings
The Answer is the Defendants response to the allegations stated in the Plaintiffs
In the Answer, the Defendant must specifically admit or deny each allegation in
Notes Business Law Finding Primary Sources of Law
Sources of Law
Finding Statutory Law.
United States Code (USC).
State Statutes (Texas).
Finding Administrative Law.
Code of Federal Regulations (CFR).
Finding Case Law
Notes Business Law Introduction
Natural Law view.
Legal Realism view.
Natural Law School
Assumes that law, rights and ethics are based on universal moral principals
inherent in natu
Notes Business Law Negotiation
Less than 10% of cases reach trial.
Negotiation is informal discussion of the parties, sometimes without
attorneys, where differences are aired with the goal of coming to a
meeting of the minds in resolving the
Notes Business Law Court Procedures
American and English court systems follow the adversarial system of
Each client is represented by an attorney although a client is allowed to
represent herself (called pro-se).
The American Cour
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