Chapter 3: Designing Business Models
1. A business model provides a framework in which entrepreneurs can examine their
business plans and explore alternative ways for their companies to function and grow
profitably while building barriers to wa
Chapter 6: Setting up the Company
1. Unfortunately, with the way the laws are written, the sole owner does not have the right
to make all the decisions for the business.
2. One of the most attractive features of sole propri
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Unit K: SAM Project 1a
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Exam: Tuesday, April 8th, Chapters 9, 10, 12
Chapter 9: Organizational Cultures, innovation, and change
Phases of Planned Change (Lewin, 1952)
1. Unfreezing (daily basis)
A. Communicate the need for change
B. Prepare systems and people
C. Overcome resista
Vitamin Water Survey Analysis
93% of our respondents are familiar with Vitamin Water brand.
According to our survey 59% prefer their drinks to be sweetened with
Natural Sweeteners, when only 28% do not like sweet drinks. 46 people out 118
think that taste
Employment (Part/full time)
Are you a student? (Part/full time)
How physically active are you? (expand)
a. What kind of water/drink do you usually drink after you work out?
5) What is your favorite d
Google is an American corporation founded by Larry
Page and Sergey Brin while they were students at Stanford
University. Together they own about 16 percent of its shares. They
incorporated Google as a privately held company on Septembe
Group Presentation and Executive Summary Evaluation Criteria and Feedback
Executive Summary: (3%)
(excellent: Executive summary presents necessary information in a direct and organized manner. Reader
Chapter 8: Technology Entrepreneurship
True / False
1. FDA is an example of a government agency in the United States that regulates all media
2. According to Rogers bell curve, early adopters are the first group of peo
Prof. Johanna Seppalainen
The role of an OD practitioner is significant to team establishes and improving
overall performances for the team. In this exercise, I played a role as the leader of a
Chapter 6 focuses on the evaluation of training programs and learner outcomes. It explains the
criticality of evaluating whether the training has accomplished its objectives and, particularly,
whether job performance and orga
When does the labor relation process begin?
When management and the exclusive bargaining agent (the union) engage
in the joint determination and administration of work rules.
According to the text, what is the focal point of Labor Relations?
What might be a problem or not a problem in connection with employ
According to the test, what is it called when mangement learn the new development to their job,
but not apply to the job
Organizational culture, what are the types?
Selecting and preparing the training site
Creating a positive learning environment
Selecting & Preparing the
Training Site: room where training will be
Good training si
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Chapter 2 Evolution of Labor-Management Relationship
1869- World War I
Early Legal Developments Involving Labor-Management Relationship (1806-1931)
The Knights of Labor (KOL)- Operated in secrecy until 1882 so that the members would not be
discharged by t
Chapter 3 Legal influence
Norris-Laguardia Act- Accomplish three basic public goals
1. Allow employees a greater voice in seeking to advance and protect their legitimate job
2. Encourage the courts to adopt a more impartial or neutral role in se
MGT 4460 Chapter 1 Union-Management Relationships in
Phase in the Labor Relation Process
The labor relations process- involve managers (representing ownership interests) and a labor
organization (union), selected by employees as their executiv
Employee Development and Training
Instructor: Kelly Lane
Telephone Number: 516-220-2644
Email Address: [email protected]
Office Hours: By appointment
The objective of this c
Coffee is an essential global necessity, because it is a product that most people interact
with their daily live. One of the market segments that people interact with daily is the
caf shop. In the United States, consumer spend approximately around $21.32
Study Guide Exam 1
Chapter 1 The Entrepreneurial Process.
defined as the process of creating something different by devoting the necessary
time and effort; assuming the accompanying financial, psychic, and social risks;
Name: Runfeng Huang MGT-4340 DMWA Date: 09/21/2016
CRITICAL ISSUE STATEMENT (CASE ANALYSIS)
A critical issue in the case of The Discipline Dilemma in Rainbow High School is the
Discipline Dilemma in Rainbow High School faced internal and e
Here's the link to the Harvard "Inside The Case Method"
Video to watch
What types of strategies are used by organizations?
How are strategies formulated and implemented in
How and why do
What types of plans
do managers use?
What are some useful
planning tools and
MODULE GUIDE 10.1
How do managers use information to make decisions and solve
What are the steps in the decision-making process?
What are some practicalities of managerial decision making?
MANAGERS AS DECISI
Ethics and Ethical Dilemma Guidelines
What is ethics and why is it so important?
A situation that arises when all alternative choices
or behaviors have been deemed undesirable
potentially of negative ethical consequences, makes it
What can we learn from
What is unique about the
What are the foundations of
the modern management
ability to use a special proficiency or
expertise to perform particular tasks.
ability to think critically and analytically.