Assignment 1: Organizational Analysis, Part 1
Select an organization (be sure to have your instructors approval by Week 3
before writing this paper)
and write a 3-5-page paper in which you:
1. Describe the nature of the organization, its size, and any spe
By walking through a set of financial data for XYZ, this assignment will help you better
understand how theoretical stock prices are calculated and how prices may react to
market forces such as risk and interest rates. You will use both the CAPM (capital
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Analyze and describe the founding leader(s), leadership style, and major business
principles of a profit-oriented entrepreneurial approach in which the primary goal is to
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The Time Value of Money
Future value: Chuck Tomkovick is planning to invest
$25,000 today in a mutual fund that will provide a return of
8 percent each year. What will be the value of the i
WIP = Work in Process control account
FOH = Factory overhead/Manufacturing overhead
1. Purchased raw materials on account $46,300
Material control Dr.46300
Accounts Payable Cr.46300
2. Raw Materials of $36,000 were requisitioned to th
A firms current balance sheet is as follows: Assets $100 Debt $10 Equity $90 a.
What is the firms weighted-average cost of capital at various combinations of debt
and equity, given the following information? Debt Asset After tax cost of debet Cost
How does the WBS differ from the project network?
The WBS differs from the project network because the project network is a tool used for
planning, scheduling, and monitoring project progress. It is developed from the information
collected for the WBS and
When would it be appropriate to create a responsibility matrix rather than a full-blown
It would be appropriate to use for small projects. Many times, the size and scope of the project
do not warrant an elaborate WBS or OBS.
What are the six elements of a typical scope statement?
The six elements of a typical scope statement are:
a. Project objective
d. Technical Requirements
e. Limits and exclusions
f. Reviews with customers
Why is slack important to the project manager?
Slack is important to the project manager because total slack tells the amount of time an activity
can be delayed and yet not delay the project. Free slack is that changes in start and finish times
for the fr
Course Project American Packaging Machinery 1. Draw a diagram of the
proposed payroll EDI and EFT system (you can use Figure 5- 8 as a guide page
235). It is recommended for students to use Microsoft Visio to draw the diagram.
2. List and briefly describe
Risk free rate