Management & Organization (1 2 pages)
o Create a management plan for your NAB company using the template
in the text as a guide (p. 248 | Management Plan Preparation Form ).
Extract appropriate information from the NAB Company portfolio,
and explain how they will contribute to the company.
Technology Plan (1 2 pages)
o Create a technology plan for your NAB company using the template in
the text as a guide (p. 227 | Technology Plan Preparation Form ).
Extract appropriate information fro
Hints: Consider the type of technology your company will use to
conduct the following activities: manage personnel; take, fulfill, and track orders; manage
inventory; communicate with customers and provide customer service; and produce your
\ stay abreast of new developments in your industry? What new
products do you have in development now, in addition to your flagship product?
Describe your research and development activities and explain how they will
contribute to the company.
and so forth. Consider how you will ensure quality control. What
capacity do you intend to reach?
Hints: Deliberate your inventory control. Where do your supplies come
from and what is your turnaround time to produce your beverage once you have received a
Note: Much of the research pertaining to the hints provided here can
be found in the NAB company portfolio.
Hints: Consider whether you will rent or buy your facilities or outsource
production to an existing company.
Hints: One of your biggest expenses as
Provide a rationale for the competitive advantages section using appropriate
functional-level and business-level strategies to explain the competitive advantages.
Note: Much of the research pertaining to the hints provided here can
be found in the NAB
Create an operations plan for your NAB company using the template in the
text as a guide (p. 214 | Operations Plan Preparation Form - Click here for help accessing a
specific page number in your eBook). Extract appropriate information from the NAB
Operations Plan (1 2 pages)
Note: Remember to assign a dollar amount to each operational cost you find, as you will
need these figures for your income statement and cash flow in Week 8.
Create an operations plan for your NAB company using the templat
Instructors, training on how to grade is within the Instructor Center.
Assignment 3 Part 1: Operation, Technology, and Management Plan
Due Week 8 and worth 70 points
Use the NAB Company Portfolio.
Write a three to six (3-6) page paper in which you prov
The Legal Environment of Business
Business Torts and Product Liability
The is no legal category called business torts. Many torts involve businesses as defendants.
TORT LAW AND BUSINESS: those torts occur when the tortfeasor is found to have int
High School and College Leaning Stages in Life
High School best stage in the life of students. The learning at this stage of education is
free and no cost in any field of study. The school provides the materials needed for education.
The class attendance
Then Story of a Suicide
The story of Tyler Clementi is a very tragic one. This troubled individual just
wanted acceptance and love of a friend and his peers. He felt like he did not have a good
friend he could call and talk to. He came out about his sexua
The United States is the country that attracts largest number of immigrants in search of
better opportunities. U.S. offers endless opportunities that are very attractive to people from
other countries. Immigrants come to this country for receive one major
Companies often hire employees with different cultural backgrounds, which can create a
diverse and multicultural workforce. The United States Department of labor says that
employment law usually States that it is illegal for employers to discrim
1. Cultural tourism can be defined as tourist visits motivated wholly or in part by interests in the
historical, artist, scientific or lifestyle/heritage offering of a community, religion, group, or
institution. Few tourism can resist being attracted to o
Wal-Mart has the best deals. It is one of the most popular stores in the world. It is
preferred by most people. The most modern electronics Wal-Mart has them. Prices are lower than
those offered by the competition. With little money, one can
El efecto que causo en tsunami en Japn y que tiene relacin con la globalizacin fueron: crisis
financieras a nivel empresarial globalmente, disminucin de diversidad cultural en el lugar del tsunami, y
cabe mencionar que tuvo un gran efecto en la contaminac
1. Accounting is the recording, measurement, and interpretation of financial information.
Accounting is very important in business, because all business from small family farm to
a giant corporation use the accounting to make sure their money wis
One of the challenges that we will likely face in the next 30 years that could have
great effect are:
An unpredictable number of consequences in the low countries such as Africa and
Afghanistan among others, the main problems that could face in
CHAPTER 13. CONTRACTS
A contract is defined as a "promise or set of promises for the breach of which the law gives a remedy, or the performance of which the law in some way recognizes as a duty." (Restatement (Second) of Contracts S 1
Professor Liam Murphy, Contracts, Fall 2004
Why Have Contract Law?
Compensation for detrimental relianceunfair to let someone suffer
Prevent unjust enrichment
Point of contract law to promote good of society
Most common view in law sch
TYPES AND DEFINITIONS OF CONTRACTS
A unilateral contract is a contract where only one party makes a promise. For example, Smith says to Acme Auto
"I will pay you $100 if you fix the scratch on the side of my car."
1. The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution provides protection for the free exercise of
religion. A state legislature enacts a law that outlaws all religions that do not derive from the
Judeo-Christian tradition. Is this l
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26. Case Problem with Sample Answer
In February 1999, Carl Adler mailed a
Chapter 15 Notes
The terms of a contract must be sufficiently definite for a court to determine the
amount of damages to award.
There are basically four broad categories of damages:
Compensatory (to cover direct losses and costs).
Ryan forces his brother Robert to enter into a contract under which Robert is required
to work for Ryan for 10 years. Ryan comes to Robert's house with a gun and tells
Robert that if he does not sign the contract, Ryan will shoot Robert's dog. Robert sign
Questions and Answers
Abby dies, and her good friend, Claire is appointed to administer Abby's estate. Abby's
house was in poor condition, so Claire orally hired a contractor to make repairs. Claire
also orally promised that if the estate could not pay th
Chapter 2 Notes
Under the contemporary doctrine, Congress can regulate (1)
channels of interstate commerce, (2) instrumentalities of interstate
commerce, and (3) activities that substantially affect interstate
commerce. In determining whether an activity