WHAT IS STATISTICS?
Statistics is a group of methods used to
collect, analyze, present, and interpret
data and to make decisions.
TYPES OF STATISTICS
Descriptive Statistics consists of
methods for organizing, d
Define strategic management and explain why it`s
Explain what managers do during the 6 steps of the
strategic management process
Describe the 3 types of corporate strategies
Describe competitive ad
Describe the structure and functions of financial markets.
Distinguish between commercial b
Describe the eight steps in the decision making
Explain the four ways managers make decisions.
Classify decisions and decision-making
Describe different decision-making styles and
Introduction to Statistics
What is Statistics?
Statistics is the study of how to collect, organize,
analyze, and interpret numerical information from
Two types of Statistics:
1) Descriptive Statistics: collection, organization,
FOUNDATIONS OF PLANNING
Define the nature and purposes of planning
Classify the types of goals organizations might
have and the plans they use
Compare and contrast approaches to goal-setting
Md. Afnan Hossain
Lecturer, School of Business & Economics
International business is the performance of business activities across
Assists the flow of ideas, prod
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY &
CHAPTER LEARNING OBJECTIVE
what it means to be socially
influence that decision.
Explain green management and how
organizations can go green.
Discuss the factors that lead to
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A report on
Going Global Fast
INB 372 (International Business); Section
Mahmud H. Zaman (MHZ)
Department of Marketing and International Business
School Of Business and Economics
NTT DOCOMO JOINT VENTURE WITH TATA IN INDIAN MOBILE
R. Chandrasekhar wrote this case under the supervision of Professor Shih-Fen Chen solely to provide material for class discussion.
The authors do not intend to illustrate either eff
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New Product Development and Its Applications
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QUESTION 1: HOW WELL IS THE FIRMS
PRESENT STRATEGY WORKING?
EVALUATING A COMPANYS
Best indicators of a well-conceived,
The firm is achieving its stated financial and
THE FIVE GENERIC
THE FIVE GENERIC
STRATEGIES: WHICH ONE
Striving to achieve lower overall costs than rivals on
products that attract a broad spectrum of buyers
Foundations of Planning
What Is Planning?
Managerial function that involves:
Defining the organizations goals
Establishing an overall strategy for achieving those
Developing a comprehensive set of plans to
integrate and coord
Introduction to Political Science
Course goals, outcomes, grading policy, class
policies, and academic integrity
A brief outline of the syllabus
WHO ARE YOU?
Getting ready to dive in the ocean of
Week 4, Session 1
101: Pol Science
The Fundamental principles that determine the form of a state are
called its constitution. These includes The method by which the state is organized
The distribution of its soverei
POL 101: WEEK 2
Is Political Science a science?
Scientific methods in studying politics
Is Political Science a science? Scientific
methods in studying politics
Facebook Group 101: Political Science: SPz
Politics involves change
Week 5, Session 1
Nature of the Executive Department
In its broadest sense, the executive department consists of all government
officials except those acting in a legislative and judicial capacity. Includes all the
Week 3, Session 1
Recap of the last session
What is power?
Manifest power and latent power
What are the four types of power
States are organizations claiming ultimate rule-setting and ru
POL 101: Week 3
Nation and National Identity
Nation is based on the older Latin word natus (birth), and nations generally consist of
people whose sense of unity is based on something shared by virtue of the group into
which they are
Week- 4, Session-1
Types of Government
Democracy and Non-democracy
Non-democracy- a) monarchy b) aristocracy
Democratic governments: the people and the government are connected;
the people are self-governed.
The origins of the