Federal Research & Procedures
Chapter 1 Case Study B
1. What additional questions should you ask Sue before you begin your research?
When will the bonuses be distributed?
What year-end does the company have?
Has the company given bonuses in prior years
1. In using a 3-year moving average, a forecast for the demand for the week of October 12
is an average of 374.33. This average is obtained through taking the last three weeks
prior to October 12 and divided the total of those three weeks by three. If the
1. Problem 4.21 ask to show the calculations for the forecasts of months 5 and 6
which is represented in a given table in the textbook. Appendix B shows the graph
of months 1 through 6 comparing the actual demand with the forecasted demand.
It is shown th
Problem 6.12 required us to create a Pareto Chart given various tabular data. The information
presented was a table of complaints and the frequency of the complaints occurring. The
checkmarks represented each single complain and all marks were added to gi
Problem 5.3 required us to make a house of quality for the creation of a mousetrap. In
doing so, we created the house of quality with several criteria. The criteria are based on mouse
senses and on the efficiency of the mousetrap. We measured the dire
To Stay Experience
When ordering a hot beverage as a to stay experience, it was a lot different than the take
out experience. First, the to stay experience was more focused on us as customers rather than just
a means of profit. In this experience the cust
Chapter 3 Case Study B
Federal Tax Research & Procedures
1. Do the treasury regulations provide further guidance in this situation?
Yes, the treasury regulations provide further guidance in this situation.
Treasury Regulation 1.162-27(b) explains that a d
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ACCN 7100 - Study Guide for Midterm Exam
2-10 - What are factors that affect the ethics environment for business?
1Environmental Concerns 2 Moral Sensitivity 3Bad Judgments & Activist Stakeholder 4Economic &
Competitive Pressures Financ
ESSAY QUESTIONS (Four)
Describe 4 factors that are affecting public expectations of business behavior?
Table 1.1 has the perfect answer
List three basic methods of ethics (Sidgwick). Describe two weaknesses with each method.
Problem # 3.21
Problem 3.21 presented us with data about the estimated times and immediate processors
for activities for a project in a certain company. For this question the group was instructed to
construct AOA, AON diagrams and a Gantt chart. Activity
An Ethical Dilemma
1. The ethical issues in this case arise when Jack takes his anger out on A&A by copying
their software and doing private business, on some of the clients that A&A works on, on
the side without A&A knowing. He does not tell
Case #4: BP
Aspects of BPs ethical culture that could have contributed to the Gulf Coast oil spill
BP had positioned itself to be a reliable company; however it had ignored several
procedures required by the Clean Air Act for ensuri
Insider Trading at the Galleon Group
Information gathering techniques like Rajaratnams are indeed common on Wall Street
because to this day companies are hiring employees from other companies that
potentially have insider information. Through this the
Case 13: GlaxoSmithKline
Ethical lapses that may have impacted product quality at GlaxoSmithKline are that GSK
has been criticized for selling drugs to the public when it knew or suspected that these
drugs could be detrimental to patients health. With
Chapter 5: An Ethical Dilemma
Knowing that the company does not pay its employees well and make them work off the
clock, Troy should go and talk to his manager regardless of whether he has met her
before or not. If Troy is putting in extra hours, he de
An Ethical Dilemma
1. The social responsibility issues in this scenario arise from a companys responsibility to
care for its customers health. Both khat and the betel nut cause health problems that are
not typically caused alone. The nut causes oral cance
An Ethical Dilemma
1. The ethical issues in this situation are that Glenn was basically forced (while under the
impressions that its a cultural custom) to let the Japanese play on U.S. Golf Courses under
Glenn's company expenses. Also, it was unethical fo
1. Since its founding in 1971, Hard Rock Cafs strategy had change for the better by
transforming themselves from a London caf serving classic American food, to an
international sensation serving anything from fries and burgers to lobster tails. Since
Problem 1.2 is about finding the productivity level of Carbondale Casting based on a 10 person
assembly line and an 8 hour shift with a daily productivity of 160 valves (part a) and 180 valves
(part b), after which, the change in productivity can be calcu
Problem # 3.7
Problem 3.7 gives us time estimates for the modification of an assembly line at Jim
Goodales factory. With this information we as a group were instructed to construct AOA, AON,
and Gantt charts. With activities on arrow (AOA) diagrams, we we
January 30th, 2014
An Ethical Dilemma
Johns ethical issues arise in several areas. First, once BS became aware of Johns
reputation and his skills in the industry, they began courting him. This is unethical because a
company should not court a person so