Business and Economics
ACF5330 Integrated Systems for Business Enterprises
To review the unit and reconfirm the structure of the forthcoming
At the conclusion of this lectur
BFF5954 Business Finance MST Practice Set
Lecture Topic 1 Introduction
1. Which of the following is the best statement of the Valuation Principle?
A. The rate at which we can exchange money today for money in the future by
borrowing or investing is the cu
Week 6, Sem 1, 2014
400m tonnes of waste/year produced in the UK (a quarter from
households, commercial and industry sectors): mostly considered as
packaging waste and contributes to recycling/landfill
is the consideration of env., social, ethical and
in the management of the organisations external
resources in such a way that the
supply of all goods, servi
Sustainable operations and supply chain
Course Assessment Outline
No set book but readings for each week.
Individual assignment 15% 20 March (week 3)
Group Assignment (35%)
Week 8, 1st sem, 2014
Industry based certifications
MNCs issuing a
increased from 40% to
69% between 99-2008.
Sustainability and OM/SCM
Sustainability in OM/SCM
Natural environment face irreversible damage from human activity
Over-use (or misuse?) of natural resources at zero-cost
CO2 emissions, forest-land degradation, use of to
Transport & Logistics
Some useful quotations.
We need logistics providers that are not only capable of moving and
storing our goods in a service-driven, cost-effective and reliable way,
but also with smallest carbon footprin
(1) If you receive $100 today and $300 two years from now, what is the
present value of each of these two cash flows? Assume that r = .10.
(2) If you pay out $300 today and receive $170 a year from now and $200 two
years from now, what is the pr
Economics for Decision-Making 1303AFE
WORKSHOP ONE - Introduction to Economics
Multiple Choice Practice Questions
1. Scarcity forces people to
be unwilling to help others.
consume as much as they can as quickly as they can.
choose among ava
Life Cycle Analysis and Industrial
Cradle-to-grave approach: begins with the gathering of raw
materials from the earth to create product and ends at the
point when all materials are returned to the earth