Statement of Cash Flows
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Profit before Depretiation
Less Increase in Accounts Recievable
Less Payment for Inventory
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Chapter 13 - Price Determination
1) What are the components of pricing? What are the psychological aspects of pricing?
Answer: The components of pricing are (1) Direct cost related to actual
units of production. Labor and material costs are classified as
The Legal Aspects of Purchasing
1) What tasks are allocated to the purchasing function? What are the legal issues
associated with the purchasing function?
Answer; The most important task that the purchasing officer is
involved in is represe
Netflix being one of the most known brands used by millions has come a long way since
delivering DVDs by mail. Their organizational strategy is like no other and Hastings the founder
of the company had an initiative to change the way consumers received mo
Managing People: Is Dell too big for Michael Dell?
1. How Does the case describe Dells transformed strategy over
the years in terms of where to compete, how to compete, and
with what to compete?
Dell competes in the global world. His busi
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Chapter 10 - Leadership
Identify and describe sources of power in organizations:
Legitimate power A leader with legitimate power has the right (or the authority) to tell others what
to do; employees are obligated t
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Chapter 3 Understanding and Approaching the Time Value of Money
LO1 Explain the mechanics of compounding (Compound Interest and Future Values).
Summary: Almost every decision in personal finance involves the techniques of compounding
Chapter 3 Organizational Ethics
Define organizational ethics
Organizational ethics can be considered as an area of study separate from the general subject of ethics
because of two distinct issues:
Other parties (the stakeholders) ha
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MARKETING IN ACTION Marketing majors and non-majors alike persist in thinking that marketing is
selling. To overcome this misperception, a
Chapter 1 Understanding Ethics
Learning Outcomes (Answers on page 14):
Explain the role of values in ethical decision making.
Understand opposing ethical theories and their limitations.
Discuss ethical relativism.
Explain an ethical dilemma
Chapter 2 Defining Business Ethics (Notes)
Learning Outcomes (answers on page 32)
Define the term business ethics.
Identify an organizations stakeholders.
Discuss the position that business ethics is an oxymoron.
Summarize the history of business ethics.
Chapter 1 The Financial Planning Process
LO1 Explain why personal financial planning is so important (Facing Financial Challenges).
Summary: Personal financial planning will allow you to (1) manage the unplanned, (2) accumulate
Chapter 2 Measuring Your Financial Health and Making a Plan
LO1 Calculate your level of net worth or wealth using a balance sheet (Using a Balance Sheet to Measure
Summary: A personal balance sheet is a statement of your
Module 2 Notes
An Introduction to Marketing
Marketing as the Engine of Business
Marketing is the most important part of business. If a company cannot sell its products, it will
not make a profit. If the company does not make a profit, it will have no more
CHAPTER 4 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILTY
LO1 Describe and explain corporate social responsibility (CRS)
Corporate social responsibility also referred to as corporate citizenship or corporate conscience
may be defined as the actions of
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By Linda Koffel, M.S.
It is very important for students of business to learn excellent work habits and work ethics early. Work
habits are the actions and attitudes that a person uses in approaching his/her work.
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Assignment 3 Chapters 5 and 6
September 19, 2010
CHAPTER 5 REVIEW QUESTIONS
Question 1: How does the environment of an office impact on employees?
Answer: If employees are dissatisfied with their working environment it will have
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Assignment 2 Chapters 3 and 4
September 12, 2010
STUDENT PROJECTS AND ACTIVITIES
1. Discuss with an administrative office manager the importance of effective
communication skills to his or her job success.
RESULTS: After discussing this w
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September 5, 2010
CHAPTER 1 REVIEW
What is the emerging thrust of administrative office management?
Answer: The emerging thrust started with the information management thrust
and then emerged int
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