Study Guide Quiz 1, 2, pgs. From 20, 4,5, 7
Fiscal and monetary policy and how they work (tools used and by whom)
Fiscal- federal governments efforts to keep the economy stale by increasing or decreasing taxes
or government spending
Tools: taxation (high
MGT 111 (section A)
A New Odd Couple: Google, P&G Swap Workers to Spur Innovation
Written by Ellen Byron A New Old Couple was published on November 18,
2008. The article reveals the new method being used by Google and Procter and
A. Mini-Video Case Study: SAS
Watch the Attached Video Case on SAS - and come to class prepared to discuss
the following questions:
1. Is SAS a global company? Explain.
Yes. SAS have 12000 employees around the world and over 400 offices in
over 50 countri
MGT 111 Section C
October 11, 2010
Company Report #1
PepsiCo Inc is one of the largest food, snack, carbonated and noncarbonated
beverage manufacturer and marketing company in the world. PepsiCo Inc. is divided
into four sections, which are PepsiCo Americ
December 3, 2010
MGT 111 Section C
PepsiCo, Inc., Report 2
PepsiCo, Inc. is a company that is in both a business-to-business and a
business-to-consumer market. They sell their products to companies like supermarkets
and other intermediaries but their mark
John Q. Student
MGT 111-X (Section)
Beyond the Information Revolution
Beyond the Information Revolution was written by Peter Drucker, and first
appeared in the October 1999 issue of the Atlantic Monthly. In the article, Drucker uses
December 5, 2010
Final Exam Review
I. General: The final exam for MGT 111 will take place in 102 Benton Hall on
Thursday, December 16 at 1015 A.M. Be on time and take every other seat,
that is, make sure you are sitting either on the aisle or next to an e
MGT 111/Section _
Template for Company Report #1
1. Name of your company:
2. Company Profile/Snapshot: In this section, describe your company using a
variety of sources - other than the company website - for your information.
MGT 111/Prof. Schloemer
Chapter One: The Business Environment: Economics & Politics
The Great (and Continuing) Economic Debate of the 20th Century
by Steve Forbes, Editor-in-Chief, Forbes
Steve Forbes is president and CEO of Forbes, Inc., and editor-in-ch
September 6. 2010
From: Prof. Ron Schloemer
Subject: Directions for Executive Summary #1
To: MGT 111 Students,
1. Assignment. Please provide for me no later than Wednesday, September 15 a twopage, double-spaced narrative summary of either of the following
MGT 111/Mr. Schloemer
November 5, 2010
Instructions for Company Report #2
General: Prepare for Monday, December 6 a second report on your assigned company. Like your
first report, this report should be no less than five, and no more than seven, pages in l
MGT 111- A
Marketing to Boomers
Marketing to Boomers was written by Ellen Byron, and appeared in Wall Street
Journal on February 5th, 2011. In the article, Byron discusses new marketing techniques by
companies to attract the baby boomer generati
Lauren Rooney MGT 111/ Sec C 4 March 2011
Whole Foods Market, Inc. Company Report Company Profile As the world's number one natural foods chain, Whole Foods Market, Inc. sells food and other products free of pesticides, preservatives, sweeteners, and crue
Letters to the Editor The New York Times 620 Eighth Avenue New York, NY 10018 To the Editor: Re "Generation Q," by Thomas L. Friedman (column, Oct. 10): Generation Q may be quite, but they are making an impact on political and environmental issues. There
1 Lauren Rooney MGT 111 Section C April 25, 2011 Whole Foods Market, Inc., Report #2
Marketing: Product Part of the business to consumer market, Whole Foods Market, Inc. relies on a combination of reason and emotion to draw its customers in. Whole Foods M
Lauren Rooney MGT 111 11:15 12:05 8 February 2011 What Does Your Credit-Card Company Know About You? Written by Charles Duhigg, What Does Your Credit-Card Company Know About You? was published in the New York Times online on May 17th, 2009. The article fo
Lauren Rooney Section C, 11:15 A.M. March 27, 2011 From Diapers to `Depends': Marketers Discreetly Retool for Aging Boomers Written by Ellen Byron, From Diapers to `Depends': Marketers Discreetly Retool for Aging Boomers was published February 5, 2011 in
MGT 111 Section C
October 13, 2010
Richard Smucker had a very interesting talk about business. He focused on
ethics for the most part and how making a lot of money does not necessarily make you
a successful businessman or woman. He also br
MGT 111 Section C
September 15, 2010
What Does Your Credit-Card Company Know About You?
What Does Your Credit-Card Company Know About You? was written by Charles
Duhigg, and appeared in New York Times online on May 17, 2009. In the article, Duhigg
MGT111/ Schloemer/ Sec. A
The speaker, Bob Moritz, is the Chairman and Senior Partner of
PricewaterhouseCoopers. He joined the firm in 1985 and graduated from SUNY- Oswego.
Some things that he was able to touch base on throughout hi
Intangible assets: long-term assets that have no real physical form but do have value
Accrued Salaries a short-term liability (salaries that are owed but have not been paid)
Types of financial ratios
Study Guide for the Final Exam MGT 111
The exam is comprehensive, meaning it will cover all the chapters we have covered in the course.
Following are topics of special focus. This list in no way represents every item on the test you must
read the chapters
Open book management is a process of involving every employee in the working of the
company by sharing its financial and operational information. Its a way of keeping the employee
feel engaged and important in the company. The advantages of h
River Blindness CS MGT 111
Merck made a drug that will attack parasites in animals so try to get one for
o They are a company that is meant to create drugs to make profit;
people are so poor they wouldnt be able to afford the treatment.
MGT Final: Chapters 9, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17
o What is that?
It changes the paradigm of ownership.
People will lend out their resources to other people for money
so they do not have to buy.
Good for the environment
MGT 111 Chocolate Industry
What is happening in the industry?
In the Ivory Coast in Africa, the farmers are keeping young slaves in terrible
conditions where all the chocolate we eat is coming from.
Enormous amount of production compared to Africas con
MGT 111 Midterm (Ch. 1-6 & Case Studies)
10 Multiple Choice
10 Short Answer
What to study?
o Different types of study
o Ethical dilemma
What is ethical dilemma with Chocolate Industry?
What the ripple affect on both sides.
o Legally nonprofi
Understanding what businesses do
Any profit-seeking organization that provides goods and services
designed to satisfy customers needs.
Adding value: the business of business
System of satisfying customers by transforming lower-valu