Q1. What are the six key elements that define an organizations structure?
The six key elements that define an organizations structure are:
Chain of command
Span of control
Q1. What are the differences between the traditional and interactionist views
The traditionalist view of conflict is the belief that all conflict is harmful and
must be avoided. The current view is the interactionist view o
CREATIVE DEVIANCE: BUCKING THE HIERARCHY
Q1. Do you think its possible for an organization to deliberately create an
anti-hierarchy to encourage employees to engage in more acts of creative
deviance? What steps might a company take to encour
1. Explain the fed funds rate. What is the current federal funds rate?
The interest rate at which a depository institution lends immediately
available funds (balances at the Federal Reserve) to another depository
1. What are you supposed to do today? Do it!
Answer: If I dropped my briefcase, I would pick it up quickly. I need to put all
financial sheets in order. In my opinion, get all Jumbo Corporations financial
conditions and calculate WACC first. Then, I need
1. Discuss some considerations to take into account when deciding what
hardware to purchase for your company. Describe your company and
expose the several situations.
2. Research online some further aspects of the RFID tags and their uses. How d
1. Under the unbiased expectations theory, when the yield curve is upward sloping, the
market must expect an increase in short interest rates. True/false/uncertain? Why?
The unbiased expectations theory states that the implied forward rate equals to the
Nature of Demand
Extent of demand
Nature of competition
Stage of product life cycle
Cost structure of the industry
Skills of the firm
Financial Resources of the firm
How do I like to spend my time?
Do I enjoy working with people?
Do I like working with tangible things?
Do I enjoy working with data?
Am I a member of many organizations?
Do I enjoy physical activities?
Do I like to read?
Am I adept at
Running Head: MARKETING PHENOMENA (CASE STUDY)
Case study about the wall street journal: Real-time news with the word press.
We are sure that the wall street Journal uses word press. He
Restructuring and Accounting
a) In 2012, HP Company adopted its cost-restructuring program with the aim of reducing
29,000 positions in the enterprise by the year 2014. This would see it incur an
aggregate charge of $ 3.7Bil
Accounting 400 Midterm Exam
February 24, 2017
(a) Compute net operating profit after tax (NOPAT) for 2012. Assume that the
combined federal and statutory rate is: 37%
Deduct Income Tax at 37%
Trade-off between fixed and variable cost
You are considering joining a gym. The following shows the associated costs
at different membership levels:
Gym Usage fe
You think you'll go to the gym
Stahl produces and sells a single product, and faces an inelastic demand curve.
Stahl has a cost structure that includes fixed costs, and unit variable costs of $12.
Stahl's income tax rate is 30%.
The break-even point is 24,000 units per month.
Dr. Na Gu plans to open a radiology office that provides CAT scans. She can lease the
CAT scan for $1,200 per month plus $45 for each imaging session. In addition to the $45
lease cost, Dr. Gu must purchase film for each session at a cost o
Royal Holland is a cruise ship company. It currently has 6 ships and plans to add 2 more. It offers luxury
passenger cruises in the Caribbean, Alaska and the Far East. Management is currently addressing what to
do with an existing ship, the S.S. Amsterdam
Imagine an art studio that sells sculptures, paintings and sketches.
The following shows the unit price and unit variable cost for each:
Unit Price Unit Variable Unit CM
Mr. Jones Retirement
Mr. Jones intends to retire in 20 years at the age of 65. As yet, he has not
provided for retirement income, and he wants to set up a periodic savings plan to do
this. If he makes equal annual payments into a savings account that pays
Assume a local Subway reported the following results for April and May
Cost of Food $
Wages and Sal
Data for Brodsky Company is as Follows:
Selling and Ad
You work in the long run strategic planning group of an automobile company, and are asked to follow
the development of electric cars. Your firm has electric cars in development, but has not yet decided
to enter the market.
One company you follow is TESLA.
William Company owns and operates a nation-wide chain of movie theatres. The 500 properties in the William
chain vary from low-volume, small town single screen theatres to high-volume, big city, multi screen theatres.
The managemen is cons
E-Business, Technology and Management
Assignment 1 E-Business Management Concepts and Successful Factors
American College of Commerce and Technology
Fall Church Campus
Week 1 Assignment 1
E-Business Management Concepts and Successful Factors