Proctor & Gamble In-Class Reading Insights
B283 Brother Morris
October 27, 2014
1. Identify consumer needs. Proctor & Gamble saw a need for a laundry
detergent that would clean effectively in cold water. This led to an innovation
Math 108 6A Guided Practice
Imagine a student completes 14 credits of the following college coursework at
BYU-Idaho (# of credits and the respective grade shown in parentheses).
Math 108 (3 credits of A-)
Religion 121 (2 credits of A)
Foundations of Sc
Jamaican Family Robinson Case
1. Develop a five year P&L for the restaurant?
Attached in Excel sheet.
2. How many restaurant sales are required to break even each month?
6,429 units. I had total estimated monthly fixed costs of $22,500 and average perunit
Proctor & Gamble
Proctor & Gamble is a company that is starting to focus on 70 to 80 brands in
different industries, businesses, and segments. These brands generate nearly 90% of
current P&G sales and more than 95% of the current profit. P&G is exiting 90
When was it that I talked myself into thinking that I am not creative? Am I
afraid that I am going to be judged for my innovation and is that why I am not that
creative? These are very important questions to think about whenever I am asked to
Not having any past experience or knowledge about supply chain made
looking at different jobs and career options very interesting. I enjoyed learning the
daily tasks and skills needed to work in the supply chain industry. If I pursued a
career in s
1. Give a thoughtful and original example for each of the three types of
probabilities: (empirical, theoretical, subjective).
Empirical (or relative): Based on current NBA stats, Stephen Curry has made
90.1% of his free throws this season.