Business Leadership Chapter 9- Strategic Management
Competitive advantage: Operating in a successful way that is difficult for competitors to imitate.
Sustainable competitive advantage: Consistently dealing with market and envi
Business Leadership Chapter 10- Organizing
Organizing as a Management Function
Organizing: The process of arranging people and other resources to work together to accomplish a goal
Organization structure: The system of tasks, workflows, reporting relati
- Level of investment and growth in the oil sands hurt Alberta's conventional oil and gas
- Rising real estate costs and general inflation hurt sectors like agriculture and manufacturing.
- Growing income split between Albertans employed in oil
Business Leadership Chapter 3: Ethical Behaviour and Social Responsibility NOTES
WHAT IS ETHICAL BEHAVIOUR?
1) Define ethics.
Ethics = the code of moral principles that sets standards of good or bad, or right or wrong, in one's conduct
2) List and explai
Business Leadership Chapter 2: Management Past to Present NOTES
CLASSICAL MANAGEMENT APPROACHES
Central belief: Workers are expected to rationally consider opportunities made available to them and do
whatever is necessary to achieve the greatest personal
Business Leadership Chapter 8- Planning and Controlling
How and Why Managers Plan
Planning: Process of setting objectives and determining how to best accomplish them
Objectives: Identify the specific results or desired outcomes that one intends to achie
Business Leadership Chapter 1: The Dynamic New Workplace NOTES
WORKING IN THE NEW ECONOMY
1) Describe how intellectual capital, ethics, diversity, globalization, technology and the changing nature of careers
influence working in the new economy.
The purpose of this assignment is to have you become familiar with the large
number of services offered by your local bank, trust company, or credit union
besides personal savings and chequing accounts.
Working with a partner, you will ch
SUPPLY, DEMAND AND MARKET PRICE
A. Graphing Demand and Supply Curves
1. On the graph below, plot the supply and demand curves for barrels of
corn based on the following data: (6 marks)
Price per barrel
In groups of 3 or 4, take the role of management and discuss how you would handle each
of the following situations. Be prepared to share your answers with the rest of the class.
Situation One - One employee is a chatterbox whose constant talking is interf
Look at the businesses listed below. In the space provided, briefly explain the major difference
between the businesses. Use the new terminology that we learned today. (example: one is
service business, the other
BBI2O1 FINAL EXAM - REVIEW SHEET
Chapter 4 International Business
international business / foreign trade
Chapter 5 Production
Types of Natural Resources
The production Process
BBI2O1 - Practice Test
Indicate whether the statement is true or false.
1. A public corporation describes a company where only a few people control and own all of the shares of stock
of that company.
2. Franchisers attempt to achieve brand
Paper - Self Knowledge and Teamwork
You will craft a write-up of yourself an autobiography that communicates whom you are,
whom you are in relation to others, and then relate those observations to a real-life task. As we have
seen, this self-awareness is
Case studies in Leadership
Group Dynamics & Project Completion
Your team has been tasked to do a job, and two members are dictating control over how
everything is done. The rest of the team becomes unmotivated and less committed to the goal
Chapter 2: Types of Businesses
Forms of Business Ownership
Forms of business ownership and types of businesses describe how they
are organized and run. The four main forms of business ownership are
A franchise is a
Balance Sheet Exercises
Prepare an income statement for Hobbies and Crafts for the year ended April 30,
2004, using the following information: Sales of Games $96453.18, Advertising
Expense $5000, Cost of Games $48712.34, Wages Exp
Worksheet 3- DAILY BRANDS
Write the name of a brand you use in the space provided. Check the box on the left
of each item if you purchased it yourself.