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Managing a Business: Management of R & D and Innovation, space constraint, lingham
space constraint, lingham, modified products: HERE IS SOME SOME USEFUL MATERIAL. SOME ANSWERS HELD BACK DUE TO SPACE CONSTRAINT. PLEASE FORWARD THESE BALANCE QUESTIONS TO MY EMAIL ID leolingham2000@gmail.com. I will send the balance asap. Regards LEO LINGHAM ...

Managing a Business: Managerial Economics, delphi technique, traditional economics
delphi technique, traditional economics, measurement theory: 1. “Managerial Economics is Economics applied to problems of choices and allocation of scarce resources.” Discuss with the help of an example how a manager solves this problem in a most efficient manner. TRADITIONAL ECONOMICS IS The social science that...

Managing a Business: MARKETING MANAGEMENT, integrated marketing communications, marketing intermediaries
integrated marketing communications, marketing intermediaries, response measurements: Q1) What Is An Integrated Marketing Communications Program? 1.Define Your Market 2.Market Analysis -Market Size: What is the best case potential? -Market Segmentation: What is your niche? – Parse Market Size numbers into targeted populations...

Managing a Business: Marketing management, hp hewlett packard, dr batra
hp hewlett packard, dr batra, mail surveys: HERE IS SOME SOME USEFUL MATERIAL. SOME ANSWERS HELD BACK DUE TO SPACE CONSTRAINT. PLEASE FORWARD THESE BALANCE QUESTIONS TO MY EMAIL ID leolingham2000@gmail.com. I will send the balance asap. Regards LEO LINGHAM ==========================================...

Managing a Business: MS-2, corporate mission statements, importance of organizational culture
corporate mission statements, importance of organizational culture, office symbols: 1. Describe the importance of organizational culture and explain how it influences the organizational effectiveness. Substantiate your answer with reference to that in an organization you are familiar with. Describe the organization you are referring to....

Managing a Business: MS- 91, knowledge management initiatives, indian software company
knowledge management initiatives, indian software company, external environmental factors: HERE IS SOME SOME USEFUL MATERIAL. SOME ANSWERS HELD BACK DUE TO SPACE CONSTRAINT. PLEASE FORWARD THESE BALANCE QUESTIONS TO MY EMAIL ID leolingham2000@gmail.com. I will send the balance asap. Regards LEO LINGHAM ==========================================...

Managing a Business: Ms-91 Advance Strategic Management, knowledge management initiatives, indian software company
knowledge management initiatives, indian software company, expert insight: Q4. Explain the Knowledge Management Initiatives of any Indian Software company of your choice. Knowledge is, a fluid mix of framed experience, contextual information, values and expert insight that provides a framework for evaluating and incorporating...

Managing a Business: ms-91 ignou assignment 2011, knowledge management initiatives, indian software company
knowledge management initiatives, indian software company, external environmental factors: HERE IS SOME SOME USEFUL MATERIAL. SOME ANSWERS HELD BACK DUE TO SPACE CONSTRAINT. PLEASE FORWARD THESE BALANCE QUESTIONS TO MY EMAIL ID leolingham2000@gmail.com. I will send the balance asap. Regards LEO LINGHAM ==========================================...

Managing a Business: Operations Management, dense wavelength division, high bandwidth connection
dense wavelength division, high bandwidth connection, wavelength division multiplexing: Question) Distinguish between a channel and a Phase? 10 Mark In information technology, the term channel is used in a number of ways. 1) In telecommunications in general, a channel is a separate path through which signals can flow. 2) In the public...

Managing a Business: Organizational Design Development and Change, space constraint, environmental uncertainty
space constraint, environmental uncertainty, lingham: HERE IS SOME SOME USEFUL MATERIAL. SOME ANSWERS HELD BACK DUE TO SPACE CONSTRAINT. PLEASE FORWARD THESE BALANCE QUESTIONS TO MY EMAIL ID leolingham2000@gmail.com. I will send the balance asap. Regards LEO LINGHAM 1. Explain...

Managing a Business: Organizational design,development & change, classical approach to management, space constraint
classical approach to management, space constraint, environmental uncertainty: HERE IS SOME SOME USEFUL MATERIAL. SOME ANSWERS HELD BACK DUE TO SPACE CONSTRAINT. PLEASE FORWARD THESE BALANCE QUESTIONS TO MY EMAIL ID leolingham2000@gmail.com. I will send the balance asap. Regards LEO LINGHAM ==========================================...

Managing a Business: Organizational Design Development and Change, space constraint, environmental uncertainty
space constraint, environmental uncertainty, lingham: HERE IS SOME SOME USEFUL MATERIAL. SOME ANSWERS HELD BACK DUE TO SPACE CONSTRAINT. PLEASE FORWARD THESE BALANCE QUESTIONS TO MY EMAIL ID leolingham2000@gmail.com. I will send the balance asap. Regards LEO LINGHAM 1. Explain...

Managing a Business: pl help me, space constraint, quality circles
space constraint, quality circles, indian organization: HERE IS SOME SOME USEFUL MATERIAL. SOME ANSWERS HELD BACK DUE TO SPACE CONSTRAINT. PLEASE FORWARD THESE BALANCE QUESTIONS TO MY EMAIL ID leolingham2000@gmail.com. I will send the balance asap. Regards LEO LINGHAM ==========================================...

Managing a Business: pl help me, space constraint, material rewards
space constraint, material rewards, payment of wages act: HERE IS SOME SOME USEFUL MATERIAL. SOME ANSWERS HELD BACK DUE TO SPACE CONSTRAINT. PLEASE FORWARD THESE BALANCE QUESTIONS TO MY EMAIL ID leolingham2000@gmail.com. I will send the balance asap. Regards LEO LINGHAM ==========================================...

Managing a Business: pl help me, home pride, negative attitude
home pride, negative attitude, positive attitude: 1. What are the reasons behind resistance to Change? Present an example of a situation in an organization you are familiar with, where change was resisted. Explain how the management successfully overcame the resistance. WHY PEOPLE RESIST CHANGE...

Managing a Business: pl help me, space constraint, factories act
space constraint, factories act, deductions from wages: HERE IS SOME SOME USEFUL MATERIAL. SOME ANSWERS HELD BACK DUE TO SPACE CONSTRAINT. PLEASE FORWARD THESE BALANCE QUESTIONS TO MY EMAIL ID leolingham2000@gmail.com. I will send the balance asap. Regards LEO LINGHAM ==========================================...

Managing a Business: pl help me, q2 q3, space constraint
q2 q3, space constraint, payment of wages act: HERE IS ANSWER FOR Q2. Q3,Q4,Q5 ANSWERS HELD BACK DUE TO SPACE CONSTRAINT. PLEASE FORWARD THESE BALANCE QUESTIONS TO MY EMAIL ID leolingham2000@gmail.com. I will send the balance asap. Regards LEO LINGHAM ==========================================...

Managing a Business: pl help me, space constraint, deductions from wages
space constraint, deductions from wages, labour legislation: HERE IS Q3. Q2, Q4, Q5 ANSWERS HELD BACK DUE TO SPACE CONSTRAINT. PLEASE FORWARD THESE BALANCE QUESTIONS TO MY EMAIL ID leolingham2000@gmail.com. I will send the balance asap. Regards LEO LINGHAM ==========================================...

Managing a Business: pl help me, random sampling design, stratified random sampling
random sampling design, stratified random sampling, experimental method of research: HERE IS SOME SOME USEFUL MATERIAL. SOME ANSWERS HELD BACK DUE TO SPACE CONSTRAINT. PLEASE FORWARD THESE BALANCE QUESTIONS TO MY EMAIL ID leolingham2000@gmail.com. I will send the balance asap. Regards LEO LINGHAM ==========================================...

Managing a Business: Please help me, concise communication, upward communication
concise communication, upward communication, needless words: Q no.5. Explain the 7 C of communication. There are 7 C’s of effective communication which are applicable to both written as well as oral communication. These are as follows: 1. Completeness - The communication must be complete. It should convey all facts...

Managing a Business: Please help me in answeing the below assignment questions for the IGNOU MBA., kanban system, lifo method
kanban system, lifo method, reply asap: HERE IS SOME SOME USEFUL MATERIAL. SOME ANSWERS HELD BACK DUE TO SPACE CONSTRAINT. PLEASE FORWARD THESE BALANCE QUESTIONS TO MY EMAIL ID leolingham2000@gmail.com. I will send the balance asap. Regards LEO LINGHAM ==========================================...

Managing a Business: Please help me with the answers, organizational experiences, interpersonal behaviour
organizational experiences, interpersonal behaviour, impact development: 5.What are the key concepts as determinants of interpersonal behaviour? How do they impact development of inter-personal relationships? Discuss these issues with the help of your organizational experiences and knowledge. Briefly describe the organization...

Managing a Business: Ques on Strategic Management, generic strategy, functional departments
generic strategy, functional departments, legal factors: 1.Select a specific company of your choice. Read about this company and its current position. Based on your study, identify some of the important macro environmental opportunities and threats for this company. The organisation I am are referring to ...

Managing a Business: Research and methodology, distinctive perspective, case study method
distinctive perspective, case study method, research philosophy: 4.“Interpretation is a fundamental component of research Process”. Explain. Why so? Describe the precautions that the researcher should take while interpreting his findings. Twelve Components of Research: 1. Purpose/Goals/Questions A. Appropriate...

Managing a Business: Rural marketing, skincare products, ham and eggs
skincare products, ham and eggs, mainstream culture: 6]Describe the implications of attitude and beliefs of rural customers for the marketer with regard to the following products.(Attempt any three) a) Motor cycle b) Bank Loans c) Packaged tea d) Skincare products Consumer Behavior Consumer behavior...

Managing a Business: Rural Marketing, last three decades, space constraint
last three decades, space constraint, mobile vans: HERE IS SOME SOME USEFUL MATERIAL. SOME ANSWERS HELD BACK DUE TO SPACE CONSTRAINT. PLEASE FORWARD THESE BALANCE QUESTIONS TO MY EMAIL ID leolingham2000@gmail.com. I will send the balance asap. Regards LEO LINGHAM ==========================================...

Managing a Business: Security Analysis, financial insolvency, space constraint
financial insolvency, space constraint, downside risk: HERE IS SOME SOME USEFUL MATERIAL. SOME ANSWERS HELD BACK DUE TO SPACE CONSTRAINT. PLEASE FORWARD THESE BALANCE QUESTIONS TO MY EMAIL ID leolingham2000@gmail.com. I will send the balance asap. Regards LEO LINGHAM ...

Managing a Business: SWOT Analysis, assignment question, assignment questions
assignment question, assignment questions, strategic initiatives: Hi I think this is an assignment question and I don t answer assignment questions I will however try to give you perspective SWOT analysis is a strategic planning technique. It is used to get people to think strategically rather than operationally. By...

Managing a Business: SWOT Analysis, high customer satisfaction, internal attributes
high customer satisfaction, internal attributes, prashant: Question: Dear Leo SWOT : S - Strengths W - Weaknesses O - Opportunities T - Threats 1. Can you explain SWOT Analysis with Examples ? 2. How it can be useful for Business Owner/Entrepreneur/Manager ?. 3. Does SWOT also involve any...

Managing a Business: How can a 17 year old earn lots of money within a year, free air travel, airline companies
free air travel, airline companies, work background: Ryan it is hard to recommend to much without knowing your desire s and knowledge as far as work background is concerned. As far as your ability to travel i recommend concentrating on the airline industry. Send out resumes to airline companies who offer free...

Managing a Business: Management Assignment MS-5, material requirement planning, acceptance sampling
material requirement planning, acceptance sampling, rational logic: 5]Define Value Engineering and Analysis. What are the various methods for VE and VA? Explain one of these methods with an example. Value Engineering is a systematic method to improve the Value of goods and services by using an examination of function....

Managing a Business: Organizational Design, organizational diagnosis, stake holders
organizational diagnosis, stake holders, organizational analysis: 4.Discuss Questionnaire and Task Force as diagnostic methods and their advantages and limitations. Organizational diagnosis is anexercise attempted to make ananalysis of organization.And analysis of its structure, subsystems and processes in order toidentify...

Managing a Business: sole proprietorship and it characteristic and advantages, advantages of sole proprietorship, legal formalities
advantages of sole proprietorship, legal formalities, partnership agreement: A sole proprietorship is a business run by one person who owns the business A partnership is a business run by two or more individuals who share in the proceeds according to the agreement between them. it is possible one person manages the business and...

Managing a Business: I NEED YOUR ADVICE, becoming a virtual assistant, company web sites
becoming a virtual assistant, company web sites, light crude oil: Hi: I would say that you should find at least one buyer and one seller, figure out how to find others like them on the internet - using keywords to do searches. If you already have some contacts, ask them questions - put a survey on your web site, asking questions...

Managing a Business: Size of Businesses, economic knowledge, economies of scale
economic knowledge, economies of scale, government regulations: No, government regulations have many agendas and come from people who lack basic business and economic knowledge. Let the market decide. In my opinion the future will favor smaller, more nimble organizations. Bigger is better is under attack. Economies of...

Managing a Business: Break Even Analysis, model answers, annum
model answers, annum, breakeven equation: hello Danish I assume this is an assighnment question and you are familiar with the breakeven equation. One thing I do not do is provide model answers to students. What you have to do here is isolate the fixed compnent of the expenses which from the...

Managing a Business: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, space constraint, world class competitor
space constraint, world class competitor, human resource management: HERE IS SOME SOME USEFUL MATERIAL. SOME ANSWERS HELD BACK DUE TO SPACE CONSTRAINT. PLEASE FORWARD THESE BALANCE QUESTIONS TO MY EMAIL ID leolingham2000@gmail.com. I will send the balance asap. Regards LEO LINGHAM ==========================================...

Managing a Business: please help for my assignment for financial and management accounting, financial and management accounting, production budgets
financial and management accounting, production budgets, flexible budget: A. 1.we want a flexible budget Because costs are too hard to predict. we need the flexibility to Change budgeted costs as input price change. does a flexible budget serve this purpose? explain A flexible budget is a budget that is a function of one or...

Managing a Business: pls help for my assignment of principles of management, manpower supply, government sectors
manpower supply, government sectors, internal sources: 1. manpower can be procured from with in the organisation as well as from outside the organisation? do u agree? write the sources of procuring manpower. MANPOWER IS SOURCED FROM INSIDE THE ORGANIZATION AS WELL AS FROM OUTSIDE THE ORGANIZATION....

Managing a Business: pls help for my assignment sir, void ab initio, doctrine of frustration
void ab initio, doctrine of frustration, patnership: 1.the law does not compel the impossible -comment. Section 56 of Indian Contract Act lays down A contract to do an act which after the contract is made, becomes impossible or by reason of some event which the promiser could not prevent becomes void when...

Managing a Business: Pls help for my assignments, aggregate demand curve, supply and demand curves
aggregate demand curve, supply and demand curves, market equilibrium: 1. prices are automatic regulator that tends to keep production and consumption in line with each other -explain EFFECTIVE PRICING SYSTEM CAN HELP TO MAINTAIN Market equilibrium Which occurs where quantity supplied [production ] equals quantity...

Managing a Business: business communication/chapter legl aspects of business communication, plastics ltd, company questions
plastics ltd, company questions, nayan: questions.1-was mr.diwan fair in his recommendation? -mr.diwan was not totally fair. ======================= 2- how should have mr.diwn rtesponded to the questions asked by the hr manager f nyan plastics ltd He should have outlined...

Managing a Business: bussinese comunication /chapater legl aspects of bussiness comunication, plastics ltd, assignment question
plastics ltd, assignment question, unfair representation: normally I wouldn t answer a question like this as it is an assignment question Clearly the recommendation given gives an unfair representation of the facts calculated to mislead a prospective employer. ethically Diwan should have disqualified himself from...

Managing a Business: consumer behavior, neutral stimulus, conditioned stimulus
neutral stimulus, conditioned stimulus, antecedent conditions: Classical conditioning is a form of associative learning .The typical procedure for inducing classical conditioning involves presentations of a neutral stimulus along with a stimulus of some significance. The neutral stimulus could be any event that...

Managing a Business: Director of an educational institution, corporate governance institute, european corporate governance
corporate governance institute, european corporate governance, chartered management institute: Dear Hope, Nice to meet you. In fact, I am not quite familiar to the Ghana market. But personally, I suggest that you can take a look at the following three learned institutes. (1) European corporate governance institute, URL: http://www.ecgi.org/...

Managing a Business: Management of Public Enterprises, commercial undertakings, autonomous organisation
Managing a Business: Management of Public Enterprises, commercial undertakings, autonomous organisation, chief characteristics

Managing a Business: Management of Machines & Materials, central limit theorem, space constraint
central limit theorem, space constraint, work sampling: HERE IS SOME SOME USEFUL MATERIAL. SOME ANSWERS HELD BACK DUE TO SPACE CONSTRAINT. PLEASE FORWARD THESE BALANCE QUESTIONS TO MY EMAIL ID leolingham2000@gmail.com. I will send the balance asap. Regards LEO LINGHAM ==========================================...

Managing a Business: Management of Public Enterprises, fundamental doctrines, space constraint
fundamental doctrines, space constraint, economy concept: HERE IS SOME SOME USEFUL MATERIAL. SOME ANSWERS HELD BACK DUE TO SPACE CONSTRAINT. PLEASE FORWARD THESE BALANCE QUESTIONS TO MY EMAIL ID leolingham2000@gmail.com. I will send the balance asap. Regards LEO LINGHAM ==========================================...

Managing a Business: MS-01 assignment questions, management information system, assignment questions
management information system, assignment questions, group formation: . Why do groups get formed? What are the stages of group formation? Explain the formation of a group and relate it to the stages with brief description of purpose and structure of the group, as you are aware of. Also briefly describe the organization,...

Managing a Business: Request for answers., closing stock, stock units
closing stock, stock units, capital share: what answers do you seek? I don t provide worked examples, this is not what I am here for. You must do the work yourself in order to gain understanding. Absorption costing is a method whereby all manufacturing cost is accounted for and a cost per unit is...

Managing a Business: Accounting and business question?, sole proprietorship, sole proprietor
sole proprietorship, sole proprietor, s corp: For a small startup business you should look at sole proprietorship, LLC or S-Corp. The one you choice will depend on how much you want to spend on accounting and how much legal protection you want. Every individual is different and there is no best...

Managing a Business: Accounting and Business?, sole proprietorships, sole proprietorship
sole proprietorships, sole proprietorship, sole proprietor: For accounting purposes, it really doesn t matter what type of entity you choose. The equity accounts are slightly different, but everything else is essentially the same. Operating as a corporation makes it more difficult to commingle personal and business...

Managing a Business: Answer for Ms92 2012-ignou, space constraint, world class competitor
space constraint, world class competitor, globalization strategy: SOME ANSWERS HELD BACK DUE TO SPACE CONSTRAINT. PLEASE FORWARD THESE BALANCE QUESTIONS TO MY EMAIL ID leolingham2000@gmail.com. I will send the balance asap. Regards LEO LINGHAM ========================================== ...

Managing a Business: Business and accounting question?, sole proprietorship, sole proprietor
sole proprietorship, sole proprietor, tax liabilities: SUSAN, AS A START –UP, I WOULD SUGGEST SOLE PROPRIETORSHIP, BECAUSE -it is easy to maintain the accounts. -the operation is small/ manageable. -there is no major tax payment involved. -there is no complicated division of profits...

Managing a Business: Management Functions and Behavior, corporate mission statements, organizational climate
corporate mission statements, organizational climate, office symbols: 3. What are the essential components /indicators/ Determinants of Organizational Climate and Organizational Culture? Take example of two organizations, list out the component /indicators/dimensions of their climate and culture and explain their corresponding...

Managing a Business: Management of Human Resources, competency mapping, space constraint
competency mapping, space constraint, country borders: HERE IS SOME SOME USEFUL MATERIAL. SOME ANSWERS HELD BACK DUE TO SPACE CONSTRAINT. PLEASE FORWARD THESE BALANCE QUESTIONS TO MY EMAIL ID leolingham2000@gmail.com. I will send the balance asap. Regards LEO LINGHAM ==========================================...

Managing a Business: management of new and small enterprises, short term finance, space constraint
short term finance, space constraint, overdraft facility: Q5/Q6 ANSWERS HELD BACK DUE TO SPACE CONSTRAINT. REGARDS LEO LINGHAM 3. What are the various types of loans for a small scale unit and how are they sanctioned? TYPES OF LOANS A small scale unit like any other industrial unit...

Managing a Business: Management program, management, business plan
management, business plan, risk management: Hi Denis You question is very broad. You do not say what country you live in or whether you already have experience in business or in agriculture. I ll assume for now that you know very little. 1. Market research. Learn about the markets for your...

Managing a Business: MS 54 Management Information Systems, phases of system development life cycle, management information system
phases of system development life cycle, management information system, system development life cycle: THIS IS THE SECOND PART--FOLLOW UP 29.2 OBJECTIVES After going through this lesson, you should be able to: • understand a system • understand the different phases of system developments life cycle • know the components of system analysis ...

Managing a Business: ms 54 Management Information Systems, resource management decisions, environmental resource management
resource management decisions, environmental resource management, ground decisions: 1.Define structure and unstructured decisions. Give examples from Steel industry. Structured Decision Making, or SDM, is an organized approach to identifying and evaluating creative options and making choices in complex decision situations. SDM is designed...

Managing a Business: Question about business, new business, sole proprietor
new business, sole proprietor, corporation: Miss Wilson- Good luck in this exciting portion of your life - starting a small business! Ultimately the decision, of course, will be yours (what type of business to start). I ll give you some brief ideas about both options that I hope will help you. ...

Managing a Business: Question about Business?, sole proprietor, sole proprietorship
sole proprietor, sole proprietorship, miss wilson: Miss Wilson to incorporate or be a sole proprietor has good and bad. There are more tax brakes for incorporating and more separation in case of law suite. You need to look at the tax advantages with an tax professional ,Office,Car,Equipment ect. I have owned...

Managing a Business: regarding ms 92 assignment solution, space constraint, lingham
space constraint, lingham, questions answers: PRACHEE, ALL QUESTIONS / ANSWERS ARE READY. [ 23--24--92] ALL ANSWERS CANNOT FITTED HERE DUE TO SPACE CONSTRAINT. PLEASE FORWARD THESE QUESTIONS TO MY EMAIL ID leolingham2000@gmail.com. I will send ALL the ANSWERS asap. ...

Managing a Business: Research Methodology for Management, non probability sampling, space constraint
non probability sampling, space constraint, research methodology: HERE IS SOME SOME USEFUL MATERIAL. SOME ANSWERS HELD BACK DUE TO SPACE CONSTRAINT. PLEASE FORWARD THESE BALANCE QUESTIONS TO MY EMAIL ID leolingham2000@gmail.com. I will send the balance asap. Regards LEO LINGHAM ==========================================...

Managing a Business: Research Methodology for Management Decisions, non probability sampling, space constraint
non probability sampling, space constraint, research methodology: HERE IS SOME SOME USEFUL MATERIAL. SOME ANSWERS HELD BACK DUE TO SPACE CONSTRAINT. PLEASE FORWARD THESE BALANCE QUESTIONS TO MY EMAIL ID leolingham2000@gmail.com. I will send the balance asap. Regards LEO LINGHAM ==========================================...

Managing a Business: Accountant Pay, book keeper, time basis
book keeper, time basis, internet search: I don t know where you are located. It would depend even on the city or general area and state (if you are in the US). Usually its not hard to do an internet search to find out the general salaries for jobs. If you can t find it, let me know where you live...

Managing a Business: Annual report, business inc, tax preparer
business inc, tax preparer, cpa: I am not familiar with the requirements for filing the annual report you mentioned. Every state is different, so I suggest finding a tax preparer or CPA in your area who is familiar with the requirements. You can probably do it yourself, if you do some research....

Managing a Business: business communication, formal modes, electronic mail
formal modes, electronic mail, modes of communication: Communication is the activity of conveying meaningful information. Communication has been derived from the Latin word “communis” meaning to share. Communication requires a sender, a message and an intended recipient, although the receiver need not be present...

Managing a Business: Delisting Shares/Stocks from Stock Exchange/s., maharashtra india, delisting
maharashtra india, delisting, voluntary decision: Prashant S Akerkar Country: Maharashtra, India Category: Managing a Business Private: No Subject: Delisting Shares/Stocks from Stock Exchange/s. Question: Delisting Shares Dear Leo Under what conditions do the Company/Corporation Management...

Managing a Business: Delisting Shares/Stocks from Stock Exchange/s., merger acquisition, private equity group
merger acquisition, private equity group, regulatory oversight: Hi Prashant, I m not too experienced in regards to public company operations, however the few scenarios I have seen in regards to self delisting are as follows: 1. Going Private. This is the most common case for delisting. The reasoning behind it is vast,...

Managing a Business: Delisting Shares/Stocks from Stock Exchange/s., reply thanks, dear brian
reply thanks, dear brian, shareholder value: i don t know where you are going with this, just trying to force an opinion? companies will only delist for lack of profitability when a regulatory authority or creditors take action such as in a bankruptcy. usually trading is suspended until the position...

Managing a Business: Freelancing Successfully, term business relationship, fly by nighter
term business relationship, fly by nighter, professional brochure: Tim about a web site the answer is yes. There is al lot of web service companies who can help you set up a professional site. You know your cliental better then any marketing company so spending money really would not do you any good. What I would do is look...

Managing a Business: mileage reimbursement to employees, standard mileage rate, federal standard mileage rate
standard mileage rate, federal standard mileage rate, business mileage: Commuting from an employee s home to the first work site is considered a personal expense for tax purposes. If you reimburse employees for commuting, it is considered compensation regardless of whether they submit an expense report. So the items in the expense...

Managing a Business: MS-23, human resource planning, labour turnover
human resource planning, labour turnover, manpower shortages: 1. Explain the Human Resource Planning Process. Describe the forecasting techniques which are being used in human resource planning in your organization or any organization you are familiar with. Briefly describe the organization you are referring to. ...

Managing a Business: Need some answers, space constraint, barriers to interpersonal communication
space constraint, barriers to interpersonal communication, stretch zone: HERE IS SOME SOME USEFUL MATERIAL. SOME ANSWERS HELD BACK DUE TO SPACE CONSTRAINT. PLEASE FORWARD THESE BALANCE QUESTIONS TO MY EMAIL ID leolingham2000@gmail.com. I will send the balance asap. Regards LEO LINGHAM ==========================================...

Managing a Business: Ms -95 question 4, goodness of fit test, goodness of fit
goodness of fit test, goodness of fit, level of significance: SORRY, THIS IS ALL I CAN DO NOW. Answer:- A teacher wishes to determine whether his brightest students (those making the best grades) tend to turn in their tests earlier (because they can recall the material faster) or later (because they take...

Managing a Business: Problem solving help, karaoke company, karaoke service
karaoke company, karaoke service, karaoke services: FRANK, MY SUGGESTION -RECORD VIDEO BY PHONE FOR 3 WEEKS [ 20 DAYS] YOU NEED TO SUBSTANTIATE THIS FOR A PERIOD OF TIME AND NOT JUST ONE OR TWO DAYS. -THEN, INFORMALLY, SIT DOWN WITH THE BAR MANAGEMENT AND DISCUSS HOW...

Managing a Business: How do i treat this Expense Claims?, suspense account, suspense accounts
suspense account, suspense accounts, expense claims: the suspense accounts would exist in receivables (current assets) the assets your company is left with is 69765. You allocate teh billing to teh asset account or alternatively journal the other companies share to the suspense account. I think I have already...

Managing a Business: Marketing Management, quality office furniture, furniture field
quality office furniture, furniture field, product diversification: 3 B. Discuss the distinct stages in product life cycle giving suitable examples. PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE Products pass through a series of stages. Successful products progress through four basic stages: (1) Introduction; (2) Growth; (3) Maturity; and (4)...

Managing a Business: business taxation, cost of inflation, concentration students
cost of inflation, concentration students, inflation index: 1. Define previous year and mention the expectations to the general rule. (8 Marks) As we all know that Previous Year means the period which begins with the date immediately following the last day of the previous year relevant to the assessment year commencing...

Managing a Business: Contractors & management, user acceptance testing, contractors management
user acceptance testing, contractors management, internal documentation: The quality of software is a bit harder to determine than the quality of a physical product. If I was the manager I would specify detailed acceptance criteria for the software that would form part of the contract with the developer. These would include:...

Managing a Business: delegation, secondary responsibilities, job satisfaction
secondary responsibilities, job satisfaction, delegate work: CONSEQUENCES OF FAILURE TO DELEGATE 1. to the leader -increases work pressues -work dominated by minor details -more time for secondary responsibilities -less time for primary responsiblities -decreased time for self-development...

Managing a Business: human resource, employee compensation plan, human resource consultant
employee compensation plan, human resource consultant, human resource policies: Q.1 Discuss the roles and qualities of a human resource manager. Primary objective Plan, develop and direct Human Resource policies for the organisation and implement procedures to achieve the most effective use of human resources to achieve profitability...

Managing a Business: managing information, national information policy, operational users
national information policy, operational users, investigation phase: 1. How does Information get value? Explain the criteria one should consider while establishing information centre.10 Marks There are ten guidelines with a broad coverage, ranging from developing a strategic role for information to the development of capabilities...

Managing a Business: production and operations management, production and operations management, product life cycle
production and operations management, product life cycle, toyota production: Question 1: Explain in detail different types of production? --- 10 marks The various methods of production are not associated with a particular volume of production. Similarly, several methods may be used at different stages of the overall production process....

Managing a Business: Termination fee cost?, karaoke company, cancellation fee
karaoke company, cancellation fee, termination fee: Due to the fact that you may turn down other venues and loose that revenue I would set a cancelation fee equal to possible losses. (1 month before 25% )(2weeks before 50%)( 1week before 75% )(1 day before 100%). I feel this is only fair and any customer who...

Managing a Business: Business - too good to be true?, upper tiers, afternoon nap
upper tiers, afternoon nap, playing video games: Ryan, Have you done any research as to what business executives do? I d particularly look at the areas you ate interested in. I live in the United States, not in Europe or the UK. I own a small business not a large business. Everyone is different and...

Managing a Business: Business - is it worth it?, upper tiers, picking a career
upper tiers, picking a career, afternoon nap: Ryan there is no question that is silly especially when it comes to picking a career. One thing you can be sure of is if it sounds to good to be true it probably is. I have over 30 years in management and I can tell you I have always put in more hours then...

Managing a Business: Converting Private Limited Co to Public Limited Co., private business owners, subject matter experts
private business owners, subject matter experts, public limited company: Inputs for Decision Making -------------------------- 1. Financial Statements : Profit and Loss Statement, Balance Sheet, Annual Turnover of the co. A.Profit and Loss Statement, WHAT THIS STATEMENT PROVIDES FOR DECISION MAKING -this statement...

Managing a Business: Converting Private Limited Co to Public Limited Co., private business owners, subject matter experts
private business owners, subject matter experts, public limited company: Prashant, There are several needs that require company to change its legal form. Please review the matter both tax wise and as per local Commercial Code. i.e. Total number of employees has nothing to do with the legal form of the company unless...

Managing a Business: Converting Private Limited Co to Public Limited Co., private business owners, subject matter experts
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Managing a Business: Ethical v/s Unethical Business Practices., unethical business practices, income tax returns
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Managing a Business: Ans the questions of Ignou MBA assignment Sem-II,2012 MS-05,MS-08,MS-11 & MS-26
Managing a Business: Ans the questions of Ignou MBA assignment Sem-II,2012 MS-05,MS-08,MS-11 & MS-26

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Managing a Business: ms 27, job evaluation, money men
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Managing a Business: ms 27, income tax liability, proper investments
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Managing a Business: Software Products Demonstrations on Roadshows and Exhibition Stalls., reply thanks, error approach
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Managing a Business: Human Resource management, cost of living allowance, minimum wages act
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Managing a Business: research methodology
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Managing a Business: research methodology
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Managing a Business: business policy and strategic managment
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Managing a Business: strategic management
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Managing a Business: ms 91, dividend policies, managerial role
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Managing a Business: MS-09,MS-10,MS-11 and MS-91-Jan 2013, production possibility curve, price elasticity
Managing a Business: MS-09,MS-10,MS-11 and MS-91-Jan 2013, production possibility curve, price elasticity, economies of scope

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Managing a Business: INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT, east asian nations, international business environment
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Managing a Business: My uni homework !, garment production, garment industry
garment production, garment industry, feasibility study: 1. What market segment will the company be targeting? Why? A: As you are focusing on garment industry its recommended to focus on youth especially young girls. Girls are always attracted towards shopping and they are not stuck to specific brands. So...

Managing a Business: Value of location, economic circumstance, fashion goods
economic circumstance, fashion goods, dr thompson: Hello Luis Location, as they say, is everything. This doesn t mean every business needs to crowd into the city centre. One must examine the demographics associated with the products and services for example a senior lawyer would do well to locate close...

Managing a Business: case study, mach 3, single currency
mach 3, single currency, global firms: Hi, I have tried to answer the additional queries for first case study. For other cases, I would need some time. PS: If you like the answers, please do not forget to rate me. BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT 4) Case Summary Ans: Gillette had joined the...

Managing a Business: case study
Managing a Business: case study

Managing a Business: the fate of opel, large scale economies, civil society organizations
large scale economies, civil society organizations, term competitiveness: 1. will foreign firms such as general motor(gm)make decisions in the interest of germany? FOREIGN FIRMS are commercial organizations and their only interest is to gain maximum return on their invested capital, occupy market shares and ensure their long-term...

Managing a Business: MS-07, business intelligence tools, data warehousing system
business intelligence tools, data warehousing system, data warehousing and data mining: 1.Discuss Data warehousing and data mining. How are they helpful? DATA WAREHOUSING A Data Warehouse is a repository of integrated information, available for queries and analysis. Data and information are extracted from heterogeneous sources as they are...

Managing a Business: MS-07 - previous year question, custom software developers, custom software development
custom software developers, custom software development, developing custom software: I AGREE. All businesses and organisations will typically need some form of software during their lifecycle. The types of software utilised by most companies range from applications that will enable better management of key organisational functions - Human...

Managing a Business: Pausing Jukebox at Closing, digital jukebox, recent conflicts
digital jukebox, recent conflicts, lingham: You are justified in pausing the jukebox, because -if you don’t , It increases your direct overheads costs. -which means less profit. MY SUGGESTION, PUT A NOTICE BOARD Warning the patrons the closing time And pausing of the jukebox....

Managing a Business: Principal of Management, essence of management, team building
essence of management, team building, team growth: While working in team or in a group, the one thing which always mark its presence is the coordination. Coordination develops the feeling of care, respect and value within self. It helps in learning the importance of work which others do in the team. Nobody...

Managing a Business: production and material management, principal assumptions, economic order quantity model
principal assumptions, economic order quantity model, time tp: Q.No.1. Compute the EBQ for manufacture given the following data: monthly demand -1000 units daily production rate - 50 units days in a month - 25 days cost of set up - Rs.2000/- cost of holding inventory - Rs.20 per unit...

Managing a Business: Company Expansion, golf course maintenance, golfing community
golf course maintenance, golfing community, lawnscape: From what I am reading from your business plan you offer excellent service and have built a cliental that appreciates the quality work you provide. To continue to grow and expand you will need to invest in the same quality people needed to continue to provide...

Managing a Business: company shares, equity in lieu of wages, financial risk
equity in lieu of wages, financial risk, profit from investment: Hi Jake The shares in the company mean that you are now a part owner of the company. Some things to check: 1. Have you received a share certificate? You are entitled to one. 2. What was the sale value of these shares at the time they were issued to...

Managing a Business: company shares, shareholders agreement, start up company
shareholders agreement, start up company, company shares: I am in the US so my answers may not be fully applicable to Canada. Once you are a shareholder you have certain rights which in the US are governed by state corporation laws and the company s shareholders agreement. As a shareholder you are entitled to a copy...

Managing a Business: Manpower, manpower surplus, manpower shortage
manpower surplus, manpower shortage, organizational growth: The question is quite diplomatic in nature and it has different views from different perceptions and angles. We have pros and cons for every situation. On one hand if it is believed that excess of anything can be dangerous, the shortage of same can result...

Managing a Business: mass communication, public address system, target audience
public address system, target audience, critical juncture: Question: Case 1: Rajesh Varma a Delhi businessman, was quite impressed when during his visit to Japan he found factory hands working to the accompaniment of soft music which was piped through the public address system. He was quite determined to introduce...

Managing a Business: A Question For David Stephensen, labour costs, point answer
labour costs, point answer, increasing your profits: Hi Peter I am sorry for the delay in answering this. I did not get an email notification and only came back today to remind you to give me a rating! Thanks for confirming my theory about the reason for the formula. My answer is based purely on what...

Managing a Business: Accounting, threshold level, vision range
threshold level, vision range, structure business: Hi Laura, I am not an expert in this section but would try to explain you the details as below: Materiality is the concept or convention for budgeting or auditing in small and large scale businesses. It helps the auditors in assessing the financial statements...

Managing a Business: Contacting cancelled Accounts to return equipment given on rent, alternate addresses, inventory system
alternate addresses, inventory system, courier services: Hi Justin, Here are the details related to your questions: Draft a letter A. I suggest check out for some templates available on internet and then try to draft it by your own. I will certainly help you in reviewing the same. If you are not able to...

Managing a Business: Electronic and Print Media., reply thanks, magazines books
reply thanks, magazines books, media newspapers: The answer is quite obvious. In the developed world, print media are shrinking their businesses. Sun Media in Canada just announced another layoff and the closing of ELEVEN more print newspapers. They are responding as best as they can by creating online...

Managing a Business: Electronic and Print Media., invention of the internet, reply thanks
invention of the internet, reply thanks, magazines books: In today s era when internet has marked its presence in the homes of every individual, the electronic media and news channels have paved their way to get into the hearts of the individuals. But even today there is a major chunk of the people who still believe...

Managing a Business: Electronic and Print Media.
Managing a Business: Electronic and Print Media.

Managing a Business: Marketing manage ment, customer relationship management, space constraint
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Managing a Business: Materiality treshold, threshold level, concrete situation
threshold level, concrete situation, treshold: I think materiality is relative. It would depend on what one is considering how large a proportion results could vary from expected before it s considered material . This is not a question that I can answer in the abstract. I would require a more concrete...

Managing a Business: Mergers and Acquisitions., mergers and acquisitions, reply thanks
mergers and acquisitions, reply thanks, g company: Yes, apart from the business complexities, there is branding and endorsement planning as well. The two companies merging or a company acquiring other always checks the brand value of the other company. As I said there may be possibilities where you can find...

Managing a Business: Mergers and Acquisitions., mergers and acquisitions, reply thanks
mergers and acquisitions, reply thanks, dear brian: Hi Prashant I abhor complexity. Mergers and acquisitions are about ownership, about exchange of equity in some instances. Before these take place there is a great deal of due diligence to be done to decide where the value lies and whether it can be realised....

Managing a Business: Mergers and Acquisitions., bank of tokyo mitsubishi, mergers and acquisitions
bank of tokyo mitsubishi, mergers and acquisitions, merger and acquisition: In theory it s possible for a 3-way MERGER to occur simultaneously, but I am not aware of any. To answer your question, YES it can occur. It s more likely to occur serially, i.e., one after the other... Of course, for an acquisition, there is no limit...

Managing a Business: Mergers and Acquisitions., hsbc bank plc, tokyo mitsubishi ufj
hsbc bank plc, tokyo mitsubishi ufj, bank of tokyo mitsubishi: Anything is possible and it has probably happened in the past, but it is highly unlikely. M&A between 2 companies is difficult and often fails, so I believe M&A involving 3 companies is even riskier. There may be occasions when a company that is doing consolidation...

Managing a Business: Mergers and Acquisitions., mergers and acquisitions, reply thanks
mergers and acquisitions, reply thanks, security point: Having had experience with both scenarios, I can t give a definitive answer. It depends on the job function of the employee, the performance of the individual employee in quesion, and the extent of overlap between the two organizations. In general terms I...

Managing a Business: Non Executive and Independent Directors., merger and acquisitions, mergers and acquisitions
merger and acquisitions, mergers and acquisitions, reply thanks: Hi Prashant, Thanks for the question. Answer: By definition the non-executive or independent directors (NXDs) are the individuals who are the members of the board of directors but not in the payroll of the organization. They may work as a freelancer for...

Managing a Business: Non Executive and Independent Directors., mergers and acquisitions, reply thanks
mergers and acquisitions, reply thanks, independent directors: My experience with this type of organization is extremely limited. Therefore I can answer only in general terms. I would think that any officially designated director, whether nonexecutive or independent, would have at least an oversight or advisory role in...

Managing a Business: Non Executive and Independent Directors., shareholder interests, mergers and acquisitions
shareholder interests, mergers and acquisitions, post merger: From the point of view of Can they... as you asked the question, of course the answer is yes. I presume that you mean your question to about the activity POST merger (ie the integration etc). In this case, i can t see the acquiring firm using the non-exec/independent...

Managing a Business: Non Executive and Independent Directors., mergers and acquisitions, reply thanks
mergers and acquisitions, reply thanks, dear brian: Heloo Prashant We are fast approaching the one question too many, you have done some research now you must form some conclusions. What you have to consider here is that directors must stand aside if they have a pecuniary interest in the outcome therefore...

Managing a Business: Dealing with growth and uncertainty, poor idea, machinery plant
poor idea, machinery plant, tax incentives: Growth is not guaranteed so using company equipment purchase money to purchase equipment for possible growth would be a poor idea. the money should be used to help grow business though product merchandising, advertizing, ect. As far as labor it would make...

Managing a Business: MS-44,MS-45,MS-46,MS-91, alternate hypothesis, null hypothesis
Managing a Business: MS-44,MS-45,MS-46,MS-91, alternate hypothesis, null hypothesis, random function

Managing a Business: management, space constraint, product designers
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Managing a Business: management of machines and materials, cost benefit analysis, evaluative criteria
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Managing a Business: ms-06, marketing planning process, philip kotler
marketing planning process, philip kotler, satisfaction value: 1. (a) “Marketing in the performance of business activities that directs the flow of goods and services from the produces to consumers”. Discuss the above statement by taking two suitable examples of your choice. MARKETING includes identifying unmet needs;...

Managing a Business: ms-08, coefficient of skewness, bernoulli trials
coefficient of skewness, bernoulli trials, central limit theorem: 1. “Statistical unit is necessary not only for the collection of data, but also for the interpretation and presentation”. Explain the statement. 2. Solution:- Solution: Statistics may be defined as the science of collection, presentation...

Managing a Business: MS-44,MS-45,MS-46,MS-91, international financial flows, interest rate parity
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Managing a Business: Industrial relations
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Managing a Business: international business and entrepreneurship
1.An entrepreneur wants to export different types of cut flowers to Japan and Korea. How will you find out the market potential for this products? What research tools you would use? Give reasons. 1.PRIMARY RESEARCH Primary Sources Some definitions...

Managing a Business: Investment, Security and Portfolio Management
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Managing a Business: labour welfare
THE SECOND Q/ANS COULD NOT BE FITTED. PLEASE SEND THE Q BACK Question: 2.Why worker’s education is important? How do workers educations improve the productivity? Discuss. Importance of Worker Training and Education Companies...

Managing a Business: MBA (FM) assignment
1.state the role of UNCTAD in solving the problems of developing countries in increasing their exports. Most important objectives and functions of UNCTAD are given below:- Objectives The objective of UNCTAD is (a) to reduce and eventually eliminate the...

Managing a Business: MBA (FM) Assignment
1)India is especially worrisome regarding regulatory responsibility of credit ratings.It is mandatory for listed firms, commercial banks and mutual fund companies to invest only in rating companies. so we are certainly have to get serious about rating the...

Managing a Business: NEED HELP
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Managing a Business: ORGANISATION BEHAVIOUR
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Managing a Business: please send the answer for some questions
1.Why do you think choosing correct location for a plant is significant? Draft a plan to locate a nuclear power plant. influence the location of a plant with reference to thermal and nuclear power plant. BUSINESS LOCATION Why do firms locate...

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Managing a Business: Solved Assignment
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Managing a Business: Take out the trash
It is mostly a health issue. One main area especially in food related business the heath inspector will check is the trash area. Rodents, insects, spoilage are all concerns were trash is collected. I support nt only regular trash removal but cleaning and sanitizing...

Managing a Business: Managerial Communication
Hi Subiksha, I believe you are looking for the real news or incidents being happened during the recent days about the changes made in any business process. I would recommend you to read the articles in the business magazines or some websites which list...

Managing a Business: Organisational Behaviour
1. An MNC in India adopted and changed norms of regulations towards their existing workforce - Does this mean organizational change? Explain. Ans. Change in the norms and regulations which effects the employees directly or indirectly do not correspond to...

Managing a Business: Sir, Pls help for my assignments
1.“Project parameters namely time, cost and quality are to be planned carefully for any project. But most of the major projects were not successful. Discuss this statement with a major project. Project Management Managers do things right. Leaders do...

Managing a Business: Errand Service
Lynnsie: There are many systems that connect to a cell phone here is one https://www.propay.com/products-services/accept-payments/jak-card-reader/ You can also go to your local bank and they will give you different options for excepting payment but...

Managing a Business: Errand Service
If you are going to be going out and getting things for them such as dry cleaning, etc. you should collect the $ for that BEFORE you go out and do the service. They would then have an incentive to pay you as they would lose the $ they gave you for groceries...

Managing a Business: Start of Business
Marketing is not my strong point. I m an entrepreneurship person. Since this is a new business, the first thing you need to do is run this through what I call the opportunity filter . There are several criteria an opportunity must meet to be considered...

Managing a Business: Start up Business Entity Name., business names
business names: Hi Prashant Why not? It is a good idea. I do have some remarks, though. Each planet has a different association. Maybe these are different in Indian culture. In European cultures, for example, Mars is male and warlike. Venus is feminine and romantic,...

Managing a Business: Start up Business Entity Name.
Hi Prashant, A name given to any venture represents the brand of that venture. There is no rule in selecting the name of the venture and you can name anything until its not offensive or registered by someone else. Most of the times the name suggest something...

Managing a Business: Start up Business Entity Name.
Hi business names should be appropriate to the activity as an example my own company name Paraclete Consultancies Paraclete; one who consults, who comes alongside and helps Therefore examine the principle activity and the meaning of the reference...

Managing a Business: Production/Operations Management
I would not use this method for predicting outcomes where demographical data might yield a more accurate result. The Delphi methodology relies on rhetorical input and is used where you are endeavouring to find answers which are not within the range of known...

Managing a Business: Business Benefits of Corporate Video Creation.
It really depends on the kind of business. Any business where the customers would be interested in the organization OVER AND ABOVE the products, it would likely be effective. This means most likely Business to Business, as opposed to consumer biz. Bra...

Managing a Business: Business Benefits of Corporate Video Creation.
A corporate film, business video or a corporate video is an extremely effective audio-visual tool to communicate a variety of aspects of a business to a specific target group of viewers. This target group may range from -a company’s clients, -business...

Managing a Business: Business Benefits of Corporate Video Creation.
Hi Prashant, The corporate video is designed to cater the needs of the business requirements. It helps a vendor to explain the services/product offered more effectively. It also helps in letting the customer understand the functioning of the vendor. But,...

Managing a Business: BUSINESS ETHICS
1. What are the legal issues involved in this case, and what are the moral issues? LEGAL ISSUE -recruitment was based on RACE, -recruitment was based on discrimination BOTH AGAINST THE LAWS OF THE LAND. ======================= MORAL...

Managing a Business: future of start-up company
Jake First when a company is ether in trouble or looking to be sold they will bring in someone who first will cut labor cost and streamline as much as they can. You are right as far as giving you shares. They want to keep the atmosphere as positive as they...

Managing a Business: head chef answers
Food costs are averaging 38-42% which is high for a buffet, What would be some good tips to help with this? (I have reviewed all food costs and pricing etc) ******************************* *conduct a weekly audit of the food cost *try to reduce...

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Managing a Business: Managing Change in Organisations
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Managing a Business: Software project management
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Managing a Business: Managing a Business
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Managing a Business: Biz Mgmt
Hi Stephanie, I understand you dilemma after immediately moving out of the place where you purchased the shop. Few things which I noted in your question are: 1. The girls (18-23 age group) are primary responsible for the operations 2. They don t know...

Managing a Business: Business Management in another state
This is a difficult one since you don t sell a discrete product that can be counted in the conventional sense. One thing you would have to do is a regular inventory where you count literally everything, with the idea being that you correlate that to the sales....

Managing a Business: corporate laws and secretrial practice
1.How are the first directors of the company appointed. The first Directors are usually appointed by name in the Articles of Association of the Company or, in the manner, provided therein. Where the Articles do not provide for the appointment of first Directors,...

Managing a Business: How to be a good bussinesman/woman?
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Managing a Business: Marketing Management
QUESTIONS D) Discuss the factors which contribute in deciding the price of the product? Discuss various pricing methods? E) Laco Industries has planned to introduce new baby shampoo in the kids market. The company conducted a research in selected tierII...

Managing a Business: Activity cost based management, activity based management, productivity measurement
activity based management, productivity measurement, implementation stage: ACTIVITY BASED MANAGEMENT ABM is a management process of managing and improving the organization productivity and profitability. -enables to analyze the costs and profits of the business activities for the better present and future costs...

Managing a Business: ADVERTISING FUNDS, purchase voucher, lingham
purchase voucher, lingham, store marketing: ICE CREAM STORE MARKETING It is a tricky situation. But we must try every trick that is not expensive. 1. OFFER your regular customers, a purchase voucher [ 10% discount ] on the next purchase. 2. OFFER a special deals...

Managing a Business: Advice Me..., public sector definition, private sector definition
public sector definition, private sector definition, state goverment: BUSINESS SECTORS PUBLIC SECTOR DEFINITION -The part of the economy concerned with providing basic government services. This basic government consists of national government, state goverment, local councils and / or government...

Managing a Business: Annual Financial report, adjusting entries, fiscal period
adjusting entries, fiscal period, loan financing: I would suggest making as many of the adjusting entries as possible then adding a disclosure that the statements are internal and do not include all adjustments. Another option would be to make no adjustments and disclose that the statements are from the company...

Managing a Business: action plan, hr metrics, accident costs
hr metrics, accident costs, hr field: RANA, I AM GOING TO COMBINE TWO QUESTIONS -ACTION PLAN -MONTHLY REPORT AS THEY ARE CLOSELY LINKED. ---------------------------------------------------- YOU CAN USE THE FORMAT BELOW AND PICK WHAT IS RELEVANT FOR THE MONTH....

Managing a Business: action plan, gap analysis, hr field
gap analysis, hr field, personnel performance: what is usually done in a situation like yours is to do a SWOT analysis and some Gap analysis then in conjunction with your organisation s vision, mission, and objectives, action plans can be formulated SWOT is strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats...

Managing a Business: action plan, hr field, hr admin
hr field, hr admin, free resources: All I can tell you is to do some research on the web to find resources to help you. In general an action plan needs an overall (broad) objective with a select set of metrics to measure results. Try to keep the number of key metrics low (3 to 5) so you can...

Managing a Business: answer, collections etc, lingham
collections etc, lingham, financial managers: SHAWNTA, In normal circumstances, the answer is yes, they should be paid like profit seeking firms. Unfortunately, most non-profit organizations who rely on charity payments/ grants/collections etc., do not have guaranteed income ....

Managing a Business: ask about, diploma certificate, distance learning courses
diploma certificate, distance learning courses, lingham: AJ, Frankly, I don t know any institute which offers such certification. Unless you appear for a correspondence or distance learning courses, which I am sure you will get thru very easily, which will earn you a diploma/certificate....

Managing a Business: ask about, business certifications, self studies
business certifications, self studies, management assessments: Dear Jackie: Thank you for contacting me through AllExperts. Please spend some time doing searches on the Internet for Business Management Assessments. Try: www.assessmentgenerator.com http://www.careerpotential.net/GPS/ http://www.assessmentgenerator.com/samples.html...

Managing a Business: ask about, business management course, self studies
business management course, self studies, assesments: My answer may not be what you seek I know of no online accreditation which would be worthwhile. the path to accreditation is to enroll in an appropriate business management course with a reputable institution. Many offer distance education. If you have...

Managing a Business: assignment, analysis paralysis, real world
analysis paralysis, real world, decisions: All decisions made in the real-world are made with incomplete information. Those who wait for more or better information get stuck in analysis-paralysis. Decisions must be made with the best information available at the time, then adapted as new information...

Managing a Business: How to attract advertising dollars?, other search engines, target audience
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Managing a Business: awareness plan for dealers and contractors, business waste, telecom company
business waste, telecom company, representitive: Excellent question. And holding an open house for contractors / dealers on the environmental system is a great idea. Here are some thoughts. a) Review your environmental policy with them. (They have to be aware of it.) b) Give them examples (generic)...

Managing a Business: Bar Profit and Loss, controllable expenses, equipment leases
controllable expenses, equipment leases, payroll expenses: ROBERT, HERE IS SOME USEFUL MATERIAL. ========================================= Income Total net sales $___[100]_%______ Costs of sales $___[35]%_______ Gross profit $____[65]_%_____ Expenses Fixed Expenses Rent $__________ Utilities $__________...

Managing a Business: Board of Directors, power knowledge, corporate governance
power knowledge, corporate governance, executive management: A Board is the top of the chain of control and corporate governance in a corporation. the Board determines policy and receives reports. It holds executive management to account. Board members are paid but don t spend a great deal of time in meetings, so it...

Managing a Business: Business Checking Account, business checking account, personal matters
business checking account, personal matters, personal expenses: It depends on the size of your business if you don t keep you business affairs seperate from your personal matters you may confuse some transactions this will distort your business results you may incorrectly claim certain personal expenses as tax deductions...

Managing a Business: Business Information, international import export, small business administration
international import export, small business administration, sba office: Check out the resources at the Small Business Administration (www.sba.gov). They have many free or low cost publications available. On this site you can also locate the nearest SBA office, SCORE (Service Corp of Retired Executives) Chapter, and SBDC (Small...

Managing a Business: Business Information, international import export, taxfile number
international import export, taxfile number, sole proprietor: To start your business, -register a business name -determine what is the type of business you are interested -incorporate your business –sole proprietor/partnership/ private LTD -you should get a taxfile number FIRST, conduct a feasibility...

Managing a Business: Business Information, international import export, commercial marketing
international import export, commercial marketing, source country: Get a piece of paper and write down your plan. Mission statement, what you are going to do. Strategic plan, How you are going to do it. Financial plan, where is the money coming from to start. For resources try: www.sba.gov www.inc.com The...

Managing a Business: Business Management advantages, running your own business, business presence
running your own business, business presence, virtual assistant: Dear Sarah: Thank you for contacting me through AllExperts. In my profile, I say: I will answer questions about your online business presence, how to get started, what you will need, how to promote yourself online, how to find and hire a virtual assistant,...

Managing a Business: Business Management, treas, member of the board
treas, member of the board, sect: The president is one of the officers of the company (pres, VP, sect, treas) and a member of the board of directors. The board is elected by the shareholders of the company and represents their interests. The board is in charge of hiring, firing, and evaluating...

Managing a Business: Business managment, optimum profitability, ceo reports
optimum profitability, ceo reports, mergers acquisitions: CHRISTINA, These positions varies with different companies. IN SOME CASES LIKE FORD MOTORS, -the president / ceo is one post. HERE THE BOARD APPOINTS THE PRESIDENT/ CEO. ============================================= IN OTHER CASES...

Managing a Business: Business plan, flat structure, rapid pace
flat structure, rapid pace, masters degree: CORPORATE PLANNING I have read your brief and also took the opportunity to review your website. [ very impressed about your organization s very noble commitment to the community] Your board is seeking a 5 year corporate...

Managing a Business: Business systems, supply chain procurement, management information system
supply chain procurement, management information system, planning cash flow: .question 1. Describe the importance of business systems and compare the physical and operational requirements and how these might be affected by the size and structure of the organisation. The business systems are the lifeline of the organization....

Managing a Business: Business, market information system, sales information system
market information system, sales information system, performance productivity: THE INFORMATION ITSELF WOULD NOT AFFECT THE BOTTOMLINE. HOW IT IS USED MATTERS. 1.PRODUCTION INFORMATION SYSTEM. -labor productivity increased with incentives, to cut production unit cost, which would increase the bottomline. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------...

Managing a Business: Businesses, owning your own business, monetary incentives
owning your own business, monetary incentives, positive cash flow: Actually yes that is true and the statistics on startups and failures confirm that. Like I said the odds are against you, but the ones that do succeed go ahead anyway. Whether it is due to naivety or confidence doesn t matter. Successful people tend to ignore...

Managing a Business: bad checks, lingham, personal checks
lingham, personal checks, bad checks: AUGUSTO, THERE ARE A NUMBER OF WAYS. 1.You can join www.paypal.com and arrange the payment thru paypal to bank account for a small fee. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------...

Managing a Business: bad checks, debit credit cards, money market account
debit credit cards, money market account, acceptance program: There are several ways to deal with this issue. Many small businesses refuse to accept personal checks and rely on cash, and debit/credit cards. To accept debit/credit cards you must have a merchant account. These accounts are not as difficult or expensive...

Managing a Business: bad checks, cleaning business, bookkeeping
cleaning business, bookkeeping, personal checks: When I started my residential cleaning business in 1989 I accepting checks for all services was standard procedure. A few years later I became aware that the costs in time and court fees to report bad checks far outweighed the return. I composed compelling...

Managing a Business: bad checks, certified checks, personal checks
certified checks, personal checks, bad checks: Hello Augusto, thanks for your question. I don t know the nature of your business, but in general there are several things you can do which may or may not be appropriate for you: 1. Don t ship the goods untill the check has cleared. 2. Don t accept personal...

Managing a Business: balance sheet, income statement and balance sheet, account payables
income statement and balance sheet, account payables, account receivables: Mohhamed you have to gain understanding yourself The following are relevant to preparing a P&L Opening Stock 30,001 Sales 159,101 Office Rent 701 Carriage Inward 501 Advertisement expenses 7,001 Discount received 801 Purchase return351 Closing...

Managing a Business: balanced scorecard, balanced scorecard, response asap
balanced scorecard, response asap, lingham: BALANCED SCORECARD It is a tool for manageing performance in an organization. -measure, analyze and manage financial and operational performance. -translate strategic and tactical corporate objectives into individual performance measures....

Managing a Business: bonus structure, bonus structure, bonus plans
bonus structure, bonus plans, example management: I don t know of any specific source, but you can try searching one of the following sources - the National Restaurant Association at www.restaurant.org, Nation s Restaurant News at www.nrn.com, or the Society for Food Service Manangement at www.sfm-online.org....

Managing a Business: bullying, adult employment, employment world
adult employment, employment world, bullies: Hi Pedro I think we first have to ask why do you have this concern? The adult employment world is not like the school yard. You may find some bullies but it s a different environment. try this Keep your opinions to yourself unless they are important...

Managing a Business: business, chinese cooks, suggestion boxes
chinese cooks, suggestion boxes, vegetarian menus: RAJIV, BASED ON BRIEFINGS, -you have made too many errors of judgement in running a business. -your competence in hairdressing, and you went for restuarant business. -you chose the location, where people came for chinese ...

Managing a Business: business bankruptcy, business bankruptcy, lingham
business bankruptcy, lingham, private properties: RON, If the loan was borrowed by the business on behalf of the buisness, by using the assets of the business, then only what assets in the business will be seized. If the loan for the business was arranged using your private...

Managing a Business: business growth, lingham, distressed business
lingham, distressed business, market coverage: Akinlaja I can help you with more effective suggestions if you can let me know -your business [small / medium/ large] -products [ what is the product range ] -market coverage [ national or local city or local area] thanks...

Managing a Business: business information systems, marketing planning process, human resource planning
marketing planning process, human resource planning, new product marketing: think of various activities that trigger information flows within an organisation. Describe at least two of these activities and for one of them draw another flow diagram to illustrate the flow. THE VARIOUS ACTIVITIES THAT TRIGGER INFORMATION FLOW ...

Managing a Business: business information, business information
business information: Hello Tom. If I am understanding your question correctly, the answer is simple. Just type the name of the company into you search engine. It should display the business s web site along with many other web sites with comments or articles on that company....

Managing a Business: business management, chinese cooks, suggestion boxes
chinese cooks, suggestion boxes, vegetarian menus: I can think of a number of things that REALLY concern me. The first being - dishonesty! You will never be able to make a business work if you are not honest w/ your customers. Are you a Chinese or Creole restaurant? You must decide in order to make it...

Managing a Business: business management, assignment question, measurable goal
assignment question, measurable goal, assignment questions: Gregory, Hi, what s this? an assignment question? I don t usally respond to assignment questions because you need to read the book or is that books However I ll give you some clues Goal setting is what you do when you develop objectives, you find...

Managing a Business: business manager, insurance financial services, personality traits
insurance financial services, personality traits, lingham: SAM, THERE ARE VARIOUS ROLES IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT. THE POSITIONS OF BUSINESS MANAGER IS DIFFERENT FOR DIFFERENT OPERATIONS. -we have business manager in company. -we have business manager --looking after FILM STARS. ...

Managing a Business: business plan action plan, mission statement objectives, development objective
mission statement objectives, development objective, finance requirements: BUSINESS PLAN / ACTION PLAN BUSINESS PLAN THIS IS A COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING DOCUMENT WHICH CLEARLY DESCRIBES THE BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVE OF AN EXISTING OR PROPOSED BUSINESS. THIS DOCUMENT INCLUDES -mission statement -objectives...

Managing a Business: business plans?, target levels, cash flow plan
target levels, cash flow plan, operational constraints: NON PROFIT BUSINESS All businesses, whether they are profit making or non profit businesses, need a tool or tools to operate / generate outcome -some results. The business plan and the marketing plan are tools which help ...

Managing a Business: business problems, due lack, controllable factors
due lack, controllable factors, quality person: MARTIN, BASED on your brief, it looks like all controllable factors are affecting the business. If the business is not yielding profit, first we must really find out what / how much each factor is contributing -lack of...

Managing a Business: business strategy, product differentiation strategy, brand consciousness
product differentiation strategy, brand consciousness, monoploy: AN ORGANIZATION CAN DEVELOP A SERIES OF STRATEGIES DEPENDING ON ITS PRODUCT/ MARKET SITUATIONS AND THE ORGANIZATION RESOURCES. ============================================ *CHANGING PRICES STRATEGY -develop a pricing strategy which...

Managing a Business: business, answer homework questions, terrific customer service
answer homework questions, terrific customer service, sole business: Dear Hill: Thank you for contacting me through AllExpets. Although I don t answer homework questions, I ll give you a couple of hints to include in your essay. 1. Make sure you have terrific customer service. 2. Make sure you have proper funding...

Managing a Business: Cash flow statement, cash flow statement, cashflow statement
cash flow statement, cashflow statement, personal money: A cashflow statement is a projection of the inflows and outflows of the business for a period of time. The cash flow statement to date would show Operating Income $xxx,xxx Operating Expenditure $70,000 Capital Contributed $70,000 ...

Managing a Business: Cash flow statement, cash flow statement, operating cash flows
cash flow statement, operating cash flows, operational performance: Hi Benjamin I don t know what you mean. The Cash Flow statement was developed to explain what might not be apparent from the Profit Statement and the Balance Sheet, that is the extent to which the profit s etc, result from current year cash flows, and...

Managing a Business: Cement Company, cement company, standard iso
cement company, standard iso, iso 14001: If you operate your business in accordance with the international standard ISO 14001, you ll be compliant with environmental regulations (which you have to do anyway) and you ll be organizing your employees as a team ot protect the environment. Check it...

Managing a Business: Classes and Activities, body posture, aptitude test
body posture, aptitude test, commercial subjects: CONSULTING CAREER ARIEL, I will give you few guidlines, which I adopted during my schooling and college days. DURING SCHOOL DAYS It is better to keep open minded on any subjects and absorb as much as you can. It is...

Managing a Business: Co-Chiefs, absence of one, balanced decision
absence of one, balanced decision, lingham: THE ADVANTAGES ARE, -MORE EFFECTIVE SUPERVISION -TWO EXPERTISE AVAILABLE [ TECHNICAL / NON TECHNICAL] -SHARING OF WORKLOAD AT THE TOP -CONTINUATION OF LEADERSHIP DURING THE ABSENCE OF ONE. -BALANCED DECISION MAKING...

Managing a Business: Company name disputes, legal damages, voice mail
legal damages, voice mail, private detective: ORLANDO, This is a real case of conflict of interest . THIS NEEDS LEGAL COUNSELING. MY SUGGESTION IS, -first, try using private detective or any other means to establish that this person was working with the other...

Managing a Business: Company Profile, business principles company, responsibilities company
business principles company, responsibilities company, company founders: CHARLES, Here is an outline of the profile of a company. COMPANY PROFILE. CORPORATE RELATIONS IS THE PROCESS OF THE MANAGEMENT OF company’s internal and external interaction with its stakeholders, including investors, employees,...

Managing a Business: Compensation for Sales Personnel, metal distribution, specialty metal
metal distribution, specialty metal, customer doesn: Hello Nancy, thanks for your question. I am not familiar with the normal payment terms for your company or your market, however, even if your terms are net 10 or net 30 it should not come as a surprise that some customers will stretch that out to 60 or...

Managing a Business: Corporate Strategy!, study methodology, manufacturing firm
study methodology, manufacturing firm, corporate strategy: Hello Idahor I don t usually answer assignments since you need to do the work yourself however two pointers; Strategy is of vital importance in all organisations; and you may benefit from studying the book Maverick by Richard Semmler it is a classic on...

Managing a Business: Corporate Structure, conflict of interests, mr thompson
conflict of interests, mr thompson, appraisal value: what you have here is a situation where one shareholder has all the power and can willfully make decisions without input from the other shareholder who s only redress is to exit even though bearing any loss occasioned by the action. A very inequitable situation...

Managing a Business: Corporation, corporations law, independent director
corporations law, independent director, independent directors: Corporations Law differs from country to country. An independent director can t hold executive office because that director is no longer independent by subject to contractural relationship with the corporation. To be truely independent a director would...

Managing a Business: Costing methods, periodic inventory system, costing methods
periodic inventory system, costing methods, lingham: IT IS -FIFO -WEIGHTED AVERAGE THE DETAILS SHOWN BELOW EXPLAINS YOUR QUESRY. ============================================================ First-In, First-Out (FIFO) - This method assumes that the first unit making its way into inventory is the...

Managing a Business: Critical Thinking in Business, target dates, quality measures
target dates, quality measures, lingham: AT THE START OF THE IMPLEMENTATION, THE MANAGERS WOULD HAVE MADE AN ACTION PLAN WHICH INCLUDES -TARGET DATES OF COMPLETION -MILESTONE TO ACHIEVE -TIME SCHEDULE FOR ACHIEVEMENTS -QUANTITY MEASURES -QUALITY MEASURES...

Managing a Business: Critical Thinking in Business, target dates, quality measures
target dates, quality measures, lingham: AFTER A DECISION HAS BEEN TAKEN, A MONITOR /CONTROL SYSTEM IS SET WHICH HAS -TARGET DATES OF COMPLETION -MILESTONE TO ACHIEVE -TIME SCHEDULE FOR ACHIEVEMENTS -QUANTITY MEASURES -QUALITY MEASURES -PARTICIPANTS PERFORMANCE...

Managing a Business: Critical Thinking in Business, primacy effect, cognitive biases
primacy effect, cognitive biases, source credibility: It is generally agreed that biases can creep into our decision making processes, calling into question the correctness of a decision. Below is a list of some of the more commonly debated cognitive biases. Selective search for evidence - We tend to be...

Managing a Business: Customer Agreements, state attorney general, small claims court
state attorney general, small claims court, tutoring company: Outside of going to small claims court, the best example is the movie theatre. You got to pay to get in. Despite your best efforts you are going to get burnt. The idea is to keep it to a minimum. And figure that into your cost of doing business. Take...

Managing a Business: cadbury Nig. plc., federal securities law, special purpose entities
federal securities law, special purpose entities, contingent liabilities: a.The facts of the case; b.The issues involved; c.The threats to the profession; d.The challenges for the future. ENRON [a] and [b] 1.Investments in other ventures, particularly in “dot com” investments in Internet and communications businesses...

Managing a Business: chapter s stock transfer, token payment, share registry
token payment, share registry, dangerous practice: Lee In legal matters you should always consult a Lawyer when in doubt. Yes, the Directors can determine what a fair price for the stock is for someone buying in. If you are setting prices for trading, I think this would be a dangerous practice but a...

Managing a Business: client block me, referals, initial payment
referals, initial payment, husband and wife: Sometimes you have to fire the client. Send them a letter and tell them that unless they cooprate you have to terminate the relationship. The only question for you is how important is the client? If you have a large group to work from, it isn t a big deal....

Managing a Business: client block me, finding your self, luck frank
finding your self, luck frank, initial payment: Hello SC, thanks for your question. Whether you can collect the rest of the design fee would depend upon the terms of your original agreement with the client and applicable laws. I can not comment on that. To prevent this from happening again, I would reccomend...

Managing a Business: client block me, rule of thumb, initial payment
rule of thumb, initial payment, business person: Hi SC, Sounds like you are in a heck-of-a-situation. It may be that the problem is not you - just the couple not being able to reach an agreement? But the net result is still going to be the same - you are likely going to be left holding the bag for...

Managing a Business: completeing your answering ....please !, organizational motivation, baseline measures
organizational motivation, baseline measures, motivation issues: Dear Sultan: In my profile, I say: I will answer questions about your online business presence, how to get started, what you will need, how to promote yourself online, how to find and hire a virtual assistant, what a virtual assistant can do for you, how...

Managing a Business: What is the control function..., financial controller, company resources
financial controller, company resources, eduard: Hi Eduard, control function is often referred to financial controlling activities In others words a Financial Controller is the manager that controls if the company achieves the goals set in the budget and if the company resources are well allocated to...

Managing a Business: What is the control function..., coordinating resources, lingham
coordinating resources, lingham, resources materials: CONTROL FUNCTION IN MANAGEMENT In any organization , the management functions consists of the following 1.PLANNING of objectives/strategies/action planning, scheduling / budgeting etc. 2.ORGANIZATION is coordinating...

Managing a Business: corporate info, legal entity, dictates
legal entity, dictates, stockholders: I have great difficulty taking this question seriously a corporation is a legal entity formed to protect the stockholders from liabilities arising from their activity. A corporation assumes no characteristic from it s owners, but follows the dictates...

Managing a Business: Dealing with VIPs, powerful communication skills, corporate event planning
powerful communication skills, corporate event planning, corporate event planning tips: HUDA, HERE ARE SOME USEFUL SITES. REGARDS LEO LINGHAM Handling VIPs at corporate event and hospitality management Here are some vital Corporate Event Planning Tips that might apply to some or all VIPs. Preparation and Arrival Transportation Handling...

Managing a Business: Decision-Making & Technology, virtual resource, more detailed questions
virtual resource, more detailed questions, course technology: Dear Jill: Thank you for contacting me through AllExperts. I m not sure what you are getting at with your question, but of course, technology has a huge impact in decision making. Keeping a company on the cutting edge often involves using technology...

Managing a Business: Depreciation of asset, depreciation, financial statement
depreciation, financial statement, income statement: Here is the entry assuming it was sold at a gain. Debit accumulated depreciation for the amount of depreciation taken on this machine. Debit cash for $60,000. Credit machinery account for $100,000. Credit gain on sale of assets for the difference. Gain on...

Managing a Business: Directors, risk management product, compliance function
risk management product, compliance function, governance model: Corporate governance is generally understood as the law, regulation and best practice under which a corporation s management is accountable, principally to shareholders, but also to other stakeholders, for the efficient management of the business, the attainment...

Managing a Business: Dissolving a corp, state entity, s corp
state entity, s corp, private account: u will get more answers than you sought; since the corp $ is your money, you can easily direct the bank to transfer this money, before it is disbanded, to your private account. NO brainer. 2nd thing, I bet you have not thought about; depending on...

Managing a Business: Dividing the responsbilities, school cafeterias, quarterly earnings
school cafeterias, quarterly earnings, operational manager: Write out the job descriptions. It could be that people are looking at this differently. Also write out the business plan, complete with a mission statement and how this will work. When you have this in hand you can make your arguement or will see the...

Managing a Business: Employees--When?, home repair business, remodeling home
home repair business, remodeling home, lingham: EMPLOYEES An average employee could cost you say $30,000 Other employee s cost could be around $20,000 This means the total cost annually would be $50,000. To pay this amount, you need to generate $159,ooo to $200,000...

Managing a Business: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) - Post implementation, canadian broadcasting corporation, enterprise resource planning
canadian broadcasting corporation, enterprise resource planning, project management systems: ERP CRITERIA -university degree in computer science or masters in information system. -ERP experience paramount. -able to manage people -able to mentor people -team leadership -implemention capabilities -consulting capabilities -strong...

Managing a Business: Ethics, truth aptitude, fundamental debates
truth aptitude, fundamental debates, major branches of philosophy: JILL, I have taken the liberty to approach the subject in a broad/ lengthy way. IT TAKES -A DEFINITION -A FRAMEWORK to determine the ethics in decision making. Ethics is a general term for what is often described as the science...

Managing a Business: Expanding our business, quality niche, target market
quality niche, target market, market segments: Dear Mr. Kurniawan, Your answer is in the market you serve, or better understanding that market. If you are targeting the premium or quality niche, you need to first confirm that your market area has a significant representation of that type of customer...

Managing a Business: employee relations, organizational strategy, minimal impact
organizational strategy, minimal impact, employee relations: Sometimes, there are none. In an organization that is well run, downsizing, if done at all, will be done following / in accordance with the organizational strategy - either to serve it (low cost model for example) or at least to cause minimal impact (e.g....

Managing a Business: an essay question, attitude and motivation, workforce productivity
attitude and motivation, workforce productivity, competent supervision: SULTAN, Low productivity is directly related to the employee attitude and motivation. According to FREDRIC HERZBERG employees work environment causes satisfaction and dissatisfaction. FACTORS causing satisfaction were different...

Managing a Business: ethics, ethics in business, business thanks
ethics in business, business thanks, thanks for your help: Raiza Thanks for your question Ethics in business is about integrity. Being able to stand behind you product or service and to give value for money. This means you do not cheat anyone with shoddy product or by overcharging, or charging for non-existant...

Managing a Business: evaluating trainers' CV, demonstrable knowledge, rough guidelines
demonstrable knowledge, rough guidelines, lingham: RANA, THERE are many sites on training evaluation but not for trainer s off CV, as per your brief. BUT I HAVE MADE ONE OF MY OWN, AS A ROUGH GUIDELINES. TRAINER S EVALUATION 1.TOTAL EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS. 2. TRAINING...

Managing a Business: this may be out of your expertise..., university part time, venture capitalists
university part time, venture capitalists, studio engineer: GUY, YOUR FIRST QUESTION. -internship is critical to your career path in recording business. -you need at least 2/3 years exposure/ hands on experience in recording engineering. -then you must gain experience other aspects...

Managing a Business: Failure-Manager, salary increase, corrective action
salary increase, corrective action, best time: Hello Dimiris, thanks for your question. Usually, progress towards meeting goals is monitored periodically by the administration. The best time to take corrective action is during those monitoring sessions, at which time the administration should identify...

Managing a Business: Fashion, boutique store, wall mart
boutique store, wall mart, selling on the internet: You will need to get your Brand known. I expect you will try to have your accessory featured in shows where buyers from large chains can get acquainted with the product. As you want to be up market you may need a patron, someone identified with quality products...

Managing a Business: Fashion, mission vision statement, family business institute
mission vision statement, family business institute, target market: I would use a mission statement kind of approach. Create a mission statement and in that process, you will be able to identify your target market. Let me explain. When I am working with a client to develop a Mission Statement, the first step is to sort...

Managing a Business: Finance, accounting rate of return, stern stewart
accounting rate of return, stern stewart, payback period: David these techniques are all valid but used in different scenarios. Payback is appropriate to circumstances where you arn t dealing with revenue cash flows such as the analysis of alternatives where the decision will be sales neutral. NPV calculations...

Managing a Business: Financial Management, sample cash flow statement, cash flow statement
sample cash flow statement, cash flow statement, cash flows from operating activities: Definition A measure of a company s financial health. Equals cash receipts minus cash payments over a given period of time; or equivalently, net profit plus amounts charged off for depreciation, depletion, and amortization. 1. A revenue or expense...

Managing a Business: Financial Ratios, global consulting firm that advises clients, economic value added eva
global consulting firm that advises clients, economic value added eva, stern stewart: Adam pehaps the best way to understand these relationships is to study the work of Stern Stewart and what might be called economic valued added. Stern Stewart & Co. Stern Stewart is a global consulting firm that advises clients on the implementation...

Managing a Business: Find business owner, dun bradstreet report, dun bradstreet
dun bradstreet report, dun bradstreet, charleston south carolina: There is a couple of ways. Get a Dun & Bradstreet report on the business. Call the landlord. Given what type of business, if there was any permits necessary, they should be on file with the agency. Go down and ask neighbors, check if it was a member...

Managing a Business: First meeting was great, I..., first meeting, good luck
first meeting, good luck, passion: What are you doing? If this is how you get information across this may be the problem. Look at the message you sent me, reading this, I feel that I have come into the middle of a conversation. Communication is everything, you may be dead on with all...

Managing a Business: Advice Me..., private sector
Managing a Business: Advice Me..., private sector

Managing a Business: business problems, staff exchange, branch staff
Managing a Business: business problems, staff exchange, branch staff, strategic planning

Managing a Business: Costing methods, pac, acquisition
Managing a Business: Costing methods, pac, acquisition, oracle

Managing a Business: Find business owner, free search facility, consumer advisory council
Managing a Business: Find business owner, free search facility, consumer advisory council, business registrations

Managing a Business: Partnership Dispute and Question on Bankrupcy, time thanks
Managing a Business: Partnership Dispute and Question on Bankrupcy, time thanks

Managing a Business: payments and fringe benefits, flexible work schedules, incentives and awards
Managing a Business: payments and fringe benefits, flexible work schedules, incentives and awards, care retirement

Managing a Business: failing business, franchise company, real estate broker
franchise company, real estate broker, bagel store: Find a local business broker and list the business for sale. You will have to pay a commission of 8% to 12%, but a business broker will help you price the business correctly, market the business for sale, qualify potential buyers, and work to get the deal...

Managing a Business: family destiny, family business institute, successful business man
family business institute, successful business man, dads company: Hi Michael, Interesting situation, to say the least! Doesn t sound like you would be losing much if he never talks to you again... I would treat this situation like any other business deal - don t let the family connection/relationship be a mission...

Managing a Business: finance, present value annuity, 00568
present value annuity, 00568, final answer: Do it four steps: Step 1, get the value of the first savings, 7 years @ 5%, $200 per period. Step 2, Get the value of that lump sum until she retires. Step 3, Get new savings account, $400 @ 6% until she retires. Step 4, Add up the results from...

Managing a Business: finance, correct calculations, honeymoon package
correct calculations, honeymoon package, travel broker: There are 2 things going on here. First the travel company is selling a vacation, second they are acting as the finance company. The trip costs 5,000 The company wants to get paid for lending the money. What is the preent value of the interest payments...

Managing a Business: financial management, international accounting standards, www capabilities
international accounting standards, www capabilities, financial managers: Hi Christy 1. The job is no different the same duty of care exists 2. Yes however the manager my be prepared to work for less 3. More difficult as International Accounting Standards are applied 4. I doubt they can in any case the internet is a...

Managing a Business: financial managers, sound business practices, cash flow plan
sound business practices, cash flow plan, financial profits: The world of non-profit organizations has under gone change. Non-profit supporters are expecting the non-profit to be managed in a similar capacity as a regular business. Sound business practices are a requirement for all non-profits. Without financial profits,...

Managing a Business: franchise, skilled manpower, franschise
skilled manpower, franschise, decentralized distribution: FRANCHISE BUSINESS ADVANTAGES FOR FRANCHISOR -new point of customer sales -new distribution points -sales promotions activity point -promotion of the corporate brand -promotion of the company product brand -ongoing revenue -control...

Managing a Business: My friend and me are planning..., sole proprietorships, sole proprietorship
sole proprietorships, sole proprietorship, century 21 real estate: Ruslan; you have gotten two concepts in business confused. YOU mean to ask, I think, which do I like better, a franchise or an innovative business? A franchise is valuable for those who don t want to research a business idea and who are happy being...

Managing a Business: My friend and me are planning..., sole proprietorships, sole proprietorship
sole proprietorships, sole proprietorship, writing a business plan: ADVANTAGES FOR FRANCHISES. -use of large corporate name / image -get access to expertise -established branded products -established training -set up support -on going coaching -proven business plan -ownership -independent -leverage...

Managing a Business: Gas Allowance for business use, small buisiness, mr thompson
small buisiness, mr thompson, residential city: always difficult but perhaps your business needs to provide both of you with vehicle and meet all expenses. Keeping log books is a way around these things but milage rates can be a solution. If he is happier with you both keeping log books and getting milage...

Managing a Business: Gas Allowance for business use, small buisiness, residential city
small buisiness, residential city, miles from my home: The easiest way would be to keep a log. Take the odemeter reading when you are coming and going. That way you can use it for settling the argument about what the truck is being used for and have records for business expense purposes on your taxes. ...

Managing a Business: Gas Allowance for business use, small buisiness, residential city
small buisiness, residential city, miles from my home: Hello Tony, thanks for your question. I think the most simple solution to your situation would be as follows: (1) calculate your vehicle s actual gas mpg, (2) keep a simple daily log of actual mileage for agreed upon uses of your vehicle, (3) turn in...

Managing a Business: Gas Allowance for business use, small buisiness, mileage log
small buisiness, mileage log, residential city: If you are not keeping a mileage log you need to start. Just keep a small note pad or pocket calendar in your truck. Record where you go and why you went there. It sounds like a pain in the neck, but if you do it regularly it will become automatic. Submit...

Managing a Business: Gas Allowance for business use, small buisiness, residential city
small buisiness, residential city, miles from my home: TONY, Your brother is right. 42.5 cents a mile is the commercial rate recommended by the INTERNAL REVENUE. WHAT I WOULD SUGGEST IS -Keep a log book -track the total mileage and also the mileage used for personal...

Managing a Business: gas allowance, irs standard mileage rate, standard mileage rate
irs standard mileage rate, standard mileage rate, reciepts: It depends on whether the authority s reimbursement plan is considered an accountable plan by the IRS. The authority is supposed to tell you this, but they may not know. You may have taxable income if your allowance exceeds either 1) actual expenses or 2)...

Managing a Business: Head chef,s kitchen management role, gross profit percentage, kitchen hygeine
gross profit percentage, kitchen hygeine, professional kitchens: PAUL, To make it as a chef, a passion for food is essential - but so is education and hands-on experience. Gaining a recognised qualification from a college or experience at a top restaurant could mean the difference between getting a great CHEF and getting...

Managing a Business: Hello. Me and my cousin we..., mixed drinks, alcoholic beverages
mixed drinks, alcoholic beverages, leadership style: WAITRESS STANDARDS RATE EACH ELEMENT AGAINST EXCELLENT = 10 VERY GOOD = [ 9-8] GOOD = [ 7-6] FAIR = [ 5 -4] POOR = [3 -1] 1.Check patrons identification in order to ensure that they meet minimum...

Managing a Business: Hello Mr. Banzer,, dad work, advice tips
dad work, advice tips, locksmith: Hello Jonathan, thanks for your question. Are you looking to make money for yourself or are you primarily looking to increase your dad s business while you go about doing something else? It would also be helpfull if you could tell me just a little more about...

Managing a Business: Help, kind attention, management class
kind attention, management class, quick reply: Marsha, Go to a site such as www.sba.gov and click into their library and you will find links to start up help sites. Go to the local bank or lender, or their web site, and tell them you want to start a business and many have guides that you can follow....

Managing a Business: HR managers and Chief Operating Officer, human resources manager, commercial objectives
human resources manager, commercial objectives, hr managers: basically the CIO should take care of the operations in a company and be sure that the objectives set by the board will be achieved ( financial and commercial objectives ) To execute his function he has to cooperate with HR department because manage resources...

Managing a Business: HRM, human resource planning, import export business
human resource planning, import export business, assignment objective: 1. ORGANIZATION 1.CEO chief executive officer reporting to the CEO 2.company secretary 3.export manager 4.import manager 5.sales manager 6.finance manager various levels of staff report to the managers. =================================================...

Managing a Business: Human Resource Management, production quality control, recruitment interview
production quality control, recruitment interview, human resource management: HR RECRUITMENT INTERVIEW REPORT CASE 1 1.MR. Alan Johnson 2.KELLOGG S ORGANIZATION 3.SALES MANAGER 4. RECRUITMENT PATH. *Initial interview by the recruitment firm *Written test conducted by the recruitment firm....

Managing a Business: some help, high flyers, translation sites
high flyers, translation sites, automotive safety: Sue I thought I answered your question. I sense you are a student. I don t do students work for them. If you have difficulty with English, copy the text from the web page, run it through one of the many translation sites that litter the net and see if...

Managing a Business: hi, studio engineer, allexperts
studio engineer, allexperts, business benefits: This is a difficult question. Almost all business benefits from networking, that is developing an expanding group of acquaintances and clients who use the services you offer or who are in regular contact with those who use the services. The music business...

Managing a Business: hotel, diamond hotel, hotel hi
diamond hotel, hotel hi, lingham: There are a number of factors could be affecting your financial performance. -annual occupancy rate. -setting rates in peak season -setting rates in non-peak season. -calculation of your direct overheads -calculation of operating...

Managing a Business: Ideas and inventions., stump grinder, invetions
stump grinder, invetions, ideas and inventions: pure scientific research reaches results regardless of the objective. pure business seeks sales regardless its clients. I am not sure how to guide you. i have no clue what a stump grinder is unless you mean a tree stump. And there are many ways to get...

Managing a Business: Improving production in my small factory, northern thailand, europe and america
northern thailand, europe and america, decorative accessories: Hello Richard, thank you for your question. You have not given me much to go on, but for starters you should look at your labor and material costs, your overheads, and your product pricing. Often, a close look at those financial records will give an excellent...

Managing a Business: Information Technology, money transaction, performance improvements
money transaction, performance improvements, postal charges: The internet / IT technology has made a significant contribution/BENEFITS to most businesses. -helps the business with speedy information to and from the customers. [SAVES TIME/SAVES MANPOWER/SAVES POSTAL CHARGES/TOTAL COST SAVINGS....

Managing a Business: Insurance coverage, risk management procedures, commercial policies
risk management procedures, commercial policies, own insurance: The insurance company has the option of refusing to cover you. You apparently don t have adequate risk management procedures to cover off such situations. An increase in next years premium is almost a certainty as premiums are based on claims experience and...

Managing a Business: Interested, aptitude test, career counselor
aptitude test, career counselor, own destiny: ASHLEY, No job is hard or easy. Managing a business is a job. One must have aptitude to make a career. The best elements of managing one s own business is -challenge it throws -problem solving opportunities -you make your own...

Managing a Business: Interview Questions, masters degree in business administration, masters degree in business
masters degree in business administration, masters degree in business, degree in business administration: Interview questions 1.What is the level of education that you have? I possess -masters degree in maths/ statistics -masters degree in business administration [ marketing] ================================ 2.Is there anyone who inspired you...

Managing a Business: Inventory issues, perpetual inventory system, critical success factor
perpetual inventory system, critical success factor, perpetual system: A perpetual system lets you know exactly what you have in stock at all times. Manual systems are a pain to maintain, but the advent of inexpensive bar-coding and point-of-sale systems makes it relatively easy. If you don t have these systems you should consider...

Managing a Business: Inventory management, inbound freight, economic order quantity
inbound freight, economic order quantity, incoming inspection: MEERA, HERE IS SOME USEFUL MATERIAL. REGARDS LEO LINGHAM INVENTORY MANAGEMENT / ECONOMIC ORDER QUANTITY Inventory is held to avoid the nuisance, the time and the cost etc. of constant replenishment. However, to replenish inventory only infrequently...

Managing a Business: Investment Funding, double taxation, c corp
double taxation, c corp, fed state: Marc; maybe. And we have all heard of double taxation. What type of biz? have you got a fed/state tax number? if not, wait. btw--u said invest in one of your products. DO YOU mean buy? There is a huge difference. if an investment, and it...

Managing a Business: ISO 9000, employee knowledge, costs money
employee knowledge, costs money, solutions group: ISO 9000 is certainly feasible for your operation. Your process sounds rudimentary but it certainly can implement an ISO 9001 system without having sophistication or engineering knowledge. The key is top management. If top management wants it and supports...

Managing a Business: info, business name registration, developing a business plan
business name registration, developing a business plan, lingham: BUSINESS START UP [ NON PROFIT] *Business name registration *Business name incorporation *Applying for tax file no. [ tax free licence] *Bank account opening *Developing a business plan use this site, if you wish www.bplans.com ...

Managing a Business: An issue with a customer, working materials, unreasonable request
working materials, unreasonable request, small construction: So, your client has called for an itimised account. This is not an unreasonable request and since you have proper records it shouldn t be too difficult to comply with basic information such as date, hours and cost and materials and cost. As far as identifying...

Managing a Business: Job Specification and obligation, business roles, lingham
business roles, lingham, project managment: AMR, I am not clear about your question. FIRST , -let me know all the departments and their functions, briefly. SECOND, -this new department and its functions. I know what you want -you want the job description / specification...

Managing a Business: knowledge mgt, acquisition involves complex cognitive processes, what is knowledge management
acquisition involves complex cognitive processes, what is knowledge management, knowledge praxis: SUE, PLEASE FIND HEREBELOW SOME USEFUL MATERIALS. WHAT IS KNOWLEDGE ? Knowledge is defined variously as (i) facts, information, and skills acquired by a person through EXPERIENCE or EDUCATION; the theoretical or practical understanding of...

Managing a Business: knowledge mgt, what is knowledge management, management initiative
what is knowledge management, management initiative, course assignment: I think this is a course assignment however a definition of knowledge may be found in a dictionary, knowledge management is a system of cataloging and retrieving recorded facts and being able to associate them. Every business must have access to knowledge...

Managing a Business: Licences and stuff, tax payer identification number, small business administration
tax payer identification number, small business administration, clothes store: That depends on the type of business and where. You will need a tax payer identification number, that you get from the IRS. The best thing to do is to get very generic information from the Small Business Administration at www.sba.gov If you know...

Managing a Business: Line of Credit/Short-term note comparison?, amortization schedule, loan advances
amortization schedule, loan advances, principal payments: A line of credit is an approved credit line similar to a credit card. You can advance loans at any time for any purpose up to the approved limit. You don t pay any interest until you actually draw down on your credit line. Some lines of credit require monthly...

Managing a Business: Lisencing, personal liability insurance, sba office
personal liability insurance, sba office, massage business: Contact your town hall, local SBA office or zrea chamber of commerce about starting a home based business. The possible issues could be with how much traffic, health and insurance. Realize that if people are coming to your home you will need to up your...

Managing a Business: Time Management and Daily Planning for a Business, daily planner, time management
daily planner, time management, cleaning business: 1. You might consider keeping a daily planner with your to-do items and appointments. Be certain your planner has a two page spread for each day - Appointments on one side and to-do list on the other side. Place a check in front of all to-do items as they...

Managing a Business: To Do List, dear sirs, dead time
dear sirs, dead time, tdl: 1- How, When and Where should I make my To Do List? I suggest you make one daily 2- Should I put a dead time for each item? either you are going to do it or you are not 3- What should I do to prevent myself from being lazy? work on the top...

Managing a Business: To Do List?, dear sirs, rough indication
dear sirs, rough indication, dead time: Reiko, I will answer your questions briefly. I have also added some useful notes which will act as a resource for you. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1- How, When and Where should I make my To...

Managing a Business: To Do List?, dear sirs, daytimer
dear sirs, daytimer, dead time: Dear Reiko: Thank you for contacting me through AllExperts. A To Do list is a way to help you keep on track and organized. You should always keep one in whatever format that works well for you. Maybe using your computer - there is an excellent way of...

Managing a Business: To Do List?, dear sirs, term consequence
dear sirs, term consequence, work style: To do lists - I am great at writing them. Not so great at completing them. There are many ways to do them so you have to find what works for you. I am great at getting things done on time when they have a deadline imposed by an outside party like a client...

Managing a Business: what linkages are evident..., change employment, organization strategy
change employment, organization strategy, lingham: ORGANIZATION STRATEGY AND DOWN SIZING STRATEGY WHAT LINKAGES ARE EVIDENT ? ORGANIZATION STRATEGY is failing in all the areas -ORGANIZATIONAL -COMPETITIVE -HUMAN RESOURCE 1.SALES - declining. 2.PROFIT- declining. 3.ROI -...

Managing a Business: MANAGEMENT, internal and external stakeholders, external environmental factors
internal and external stakeholders, external environmental factors, mission contents: 1.Reviewing the current operation situation. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2. Conducting the current operation strengths/ weaknesses. Internal Assessment Areas for strengths, weaknesses, and barriers...

Managing a Business: MANAGEMENT, mental flexibility, personal initiative
mental flexibility, personal initiative, financial material: Management characterises the process of LEADING and directing all or part of an ORGANIZATION , often A BUSINESS, through the deployment and manipulation of RESOURCES (human, financial, material, intellectual or intangible). It can be defined management...

Managing a Business: Management, abercrombie fitch, prototype designs
abercrombie fitch, prototype designs, procurement plan: MANAGING ABERCROMBIE & FITCH A&F is a lifestyle clothing retailer . The clothings are causal luxury and includes men, women, and kids types. Most of the products are branded products. In managing this type of retail business, the...

Managing a Business: Management, retail clothing store, local market conditions
retail clothing store, local market conditions, competition study: MANAGING A RETAIL CLOTHING STORE. STEP 1 clothing product range -define the kind of clothings you want to sell fashion / causals/ business dress etc. ---------------------------------------------------------------- STEP 2 location -review...

Managing a Business: Management, location location location, nurses uniforms
location location location, nurses uniforms, work clothes: Location, location, location Being in the right place where there are people that want what you have. Nurses uniforms near a big hospital, work clothes in a blue collar neighborhood, know and understand your customer. Go look at successful retailers...

Managing a Business: Management, retail clothing store, local market conditions
retail clothing store, local market conditions, competition study: MANAGING A RETAIL CLOTHING STORE. STEP 1 clothing product range -define the kind of clothings you want to sell fashion / causals/ business dress etc. ---------------------------------------------------------------- STEP 2 location -review...

Managing a Business: Management, lingham, running a business
lingham, running a business, gross domestic product: RALPH, The economy of a country is often quoted in terms of GDP. GDP stands for gross domestic product. GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT is made up of -production of goods from all companies [ small/medium/large ones] -industrial production...

Managing a Business: Management Theorists (This is not a homework question), management theorists, homework question
management theorists, homework question, late twentieth century: Sue-ann Buy a management text book and study up on it there are many do you want early or late twentieth century, it s like asking how long is a piece of string People like Drucker, Peters, etc made important contributions so also did Fayol and contempories...

Managing a Business: Management, abercrombie fitch, prototype designs
abercrombie fitch, prototype designs, procurement plan: MANAGING ABERCROMBIE & FITCH A&F is a lifestyle clothing retailer . The clothings are causal luxury and includes men, women, and kids types. Most of the products are branded products. In managing this type of retail business, the...

Managing a Business: Merchant Services, regional sales reps, merchant account provider
regional sales reps, merchant account provider, initial equipment: Finding the best provider is more complicated than it appears. The focus tends to be on the rate (%) they charge, but for many small businesses other considerations are just as important - initial equipment costs, monthly minimums, monthly flat fees, per transaction...

Managing a Business: MIS, business intelligence applications, federated architectures
business intelligence applications, federated architectures, customer relationship management: The issues are important as they affect the -users -usage level -effectiveness of the system -development of the system -decision making process -perception of the users -cost/benefits values etc etc. Emerging Trends in MIS :ISSUES ...

Managing a Business: Mortgage on income property, tax braket, home renovations
tax braket, home renovations, existing mortgage: ............never want to be without a mortgage this approach, which I agree with, is LIMITED to those who want to become fiscally austute. They are the ones who want to expand their economic base; by buying more property, starting and expanding businesses...

Managing a Business: managar, disproportionate number, sexual issues
disproportionate number, sexual issues, job: Difficult question. A real leader, or a born leader, will always emerge and such people should be nurtured and developed. It s not a question of man or woman but an ability to put sexual issues aside and get on with the job On the whole I have observed...

Managing a Business: management, labour productivity, productivity ratio
labour productivity, productivity ratio, management productivity: RALPH, HERE IS SOME USEFUL MATERIAL. REGARDS LEO LINGHAM =================================== Effective Management An effective management can make a significant contribution to to the productivity of the business. THE QUESTIONS ARE...

Managing a Business: management assignment, signorina, corrective action
signorina, corrective action, circumstances: Hello Prosper, thanks for the question. Of course, it is not advisable to make an important decision under the circumstances you describe. That being said, there are times when we have to roll the dice and go with what info is available. Under those circumstances,...

Managing a Business: management information system, information system management, management information system
information system management, management information system, human resource information system: what is management information system? MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM MIS is an integrated information system, which is used to provide management with needed information on a regular basis . The term system in MIS implies ORDER,...

Managing a Business: management issues, quality management research, globalization impact
quality management research, globalization impact, impact productivity: MANAGEMENT ISSUES ARE FACTORS --POSITIVE AND/ OR NEGATIVE, WHICH AFFECT THE FUNCTIONING OF THE BUSINESS / ORGANIZATION. -customer service -absenteeism -compensation/benefits -discrimination -diversity -employee relations -finance -flexible...

Managing a Business: What are the management skills..., conflict management skills, risk management skills
conflict management skills, risk management skills, resource management skills: MANAGEMENT SKILLS TOP MANAGEMENT -conceptual -planning -Being a strategic/visionary manager -ability to manage change - Having a global perspective - Ethical orientation-- that is, to act with integrity -Resiliency-- being able to balance...

Managing a Business: managing business, business imperatives, globalization strategy
business imperatives, globalization strategy, world class competitor: Globalization and Breaking Into Markets Four business imperatives are critical to globalization In today s intensely competitive marketplace, and even more certainly in tomorrow s, global pressures demand that companies compete on many more fronts...

Managing a Business: managing a business, quality control tools, quality assurance system
quality control tools, quality assurance system, performance management system: MANAGING A BUSINESS MANAGEMENT TOOL CAD.NIG. PLC used a wide range of management tools in their business operation, like -recruitment system -induction training -corporate planning system -quality assurance system -quality...

Managing a Business: manpower planning, human resource planning, external environmental factors
human resource planning, external environmental factors, senior management team: The flow of planning is as follows 1.corporate planning which leads to 2.human resourc planning which in turn leads to 3.manpower planning In most companies, HRM is part of senior management. HRM makes contribution to the ...

Managing a Business: manual vs computerized system, data redundancy, searching records
data redundancy, searching records, space problem: Thanks for your question. You have covered most of the disadvantages, however what you list as disadvantages are not disadvantages, but problems with the quality of the input, setup, maintenance, and use of the system/data. You could experience many of...

Managing a Business: market structure, raw material supply, tariff applications
raw material supply, tariff applications, production constraints: MARKET STRUCTURE To answer your question, yes, technically anyone can specialize in managing a market situation. But in real world, the market is never static. The market situation changes due to -oversupply -undersupply -lack...

Managing a Business: marking management, new product introduction, product volumes
new product introduction, product volumes, geographic characteristics: NEW PRODUCT INTRODUCTION SEARCHING FOR OPPORTUNITY Information that can help to shape the development of the NEW product plan. ------------------------------------------------------- NEW PRODUCT ...

Managing a Business: monthly report, absenteeism rate, overtime rate
absenteeism rate, overtime rate, hr websites: RANA, Q1, Q2 ---I have already covered in my last answers. REGARDING THE HR RESOURCES/ USEFUL WEBSITES, PLEASE FIND HEREBELOW. HUMAN RESOURCES www.shrm.org [ society of hrm] www.alltheweb.co www.hr.com www.hrvilage.com...

Managing a Business: National HRD Network, hr students, website ver
hr students, website ver, hr professional: HR Students can become members. I was a consultant when I joined, today there are some restrictions I believe. If you are a HR professional or manager from other streams you can become one. There is a different fee structure. You can check with the local...

Managing a Business: Need examples of information problems, www irs gov, instruction librarian
www irs gov, instruction librarian, small business owner: When I m looking for information some sites I go to: www.sba.gov www.irs.gov www.nyse.com www.nasdaq.com www.cfo.com The important thing to understand is what I am trying to find out about the company or the situation and to be as precise as I...

Managing a Business: New Business for a wholesale business:, stair railings, concert opportunities
stair railings, concert opportunities, driveway gates: Mariano There are two ways of developing this WHOLESALE business. FIRST, -approach major wholesalers like GRAINGERS and/or HOME DEPOT chain stores and negotiate a business partnership. BUT THIS WILL REQUIRE -big finance -big...

Managing a Business: New business for a wholesale market:, stair railings, concert opportunities
stair railings, concert opportunities, driveway gates: Dear Mariano: Thank you for contacting me through AllExperts. Here are a few suggestions for you: 1. Your web site is beautiful, but it is not constructed so that search engines will find it - you need more keywords, and a description within the html...

Managing a Business: New to management, tourism hospitality, male partner
tourism hospitality, male partner, new boss: YES, It is possible. Since you already have one foot inside the door. You will have more credibility than your male partner. Hence, you should position him and speak on his behalf. First, meet the boss on your own and put a ...

Managing a Business: Non renewal of lease, retail printing, family member
retail printing, family member, office space: Unfortunatly, you really do not. You can take it to a lawyer and be sure that thte decision is unilateral. You complied with their requests, you should have included with that lease extensions to fit with any improvements you might have made. But based...

Managing a Business: need to ask, company secrets, breach
company secrets, breach, vulnerability: There is no way to eliminate this risk, but a combination of non-disclosure, confidentiality, and non-compete agreements give you some protection. These agreements allow you to get compensation for losses for a breach of the agreements, but they cannot prevent...

Managing a Business: need to ask, lingham, company secrets
lingham, company secrets, private investigator: The point, you raise , are real and exists in the minds of employers. -when you select a person, make sure you do not have any doubts about this person/ if you have the slighest doubt - REJECT. -on short listing, employee a...

Managing a Business: need to ask, company secrets, competitor
company secrets, competitor, vulnerability: Thanks for your question. See an attorney and have him/her draw up a non-compete agreement for you and the employee to sign. This document should state that, in return for being employed by you, the employee agrees not to work for a competitor for a stated...

Managing a Business: need toa ask, international borders, manager accounts
international borders, manager accounts, international accounting: Obviously he doesn t attempt to do this by himself This is what is called corporate governance, the system of giving authority and demanding responsibility. Each Corporation, business, etc must establish methods of internal control appropriate to it s activities...

Managing a Business: OD, labor turnover, organizational climate
labor turnover, organizational climate, high employee turnover: SAMYUKTA, HERE IS SOME USEFUL MATERIAL. WHAT IS ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT? Organization Development (OD) is the process of improving organizations. The process is carefully planned and implemented to benefit the organization, its employees and its stakeholders....

Managing a Business: Opening a business, feasibility report, sole proprietor
feasibility report, sole proprietor, detail contents: Business Start Up Checklist The list below is meant to remind you of the tasks you may have to perform to start your business. 1 Not every business will have to complete each step. For instance, you may decide not to register your trademark with...

Managing a Business: Operating cycle, merchandise inventory, sales accounts
merchandise inventory, sales accounts, term accounts: Yes Yes the term accounts receivable refers to sales made on credit or even to goods held on behalf of a client for which payment has yet to be received, thus a business operating on a cash basis could still have accounts receivable at a balance dat...

Managing a Business: Organization development, od interventions, strengths weaknesses opportunities threats
od interventions, strengths weaknesses opportunities threats, gap analysis: APPROACH TO ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT Organization Development (OD) is the process of improving organizations. The process is carefully planned and implemented to benefit the organization, its employees and its stakeholders. The client organization...

Managing a Business: Organizational planning, key performance indicators, corporate infrastructure
key performance indicators, corporate infrastructure, dynamic plan: Hi Jerilyn As President of a not-for-Profit myself I understand how crucial it is to Build a Dynamic Plan. Therefore I m happy to help you here but if you should think you can benefit from my professional assistance let me know. Firstly, you have...

Managing a Business: Outstanding Gift Certificates, cerificates, lingham
cerificates, lingham, massage therapist: 1.If the gift certificates were awareded to you for your services, IT IS YOURS. 2.If you are an independent contractor / and certified, IT IS YOURS. 3.If you have the rent receipt, IT IS YOURS. 4.If you have been invoicing...

Managing a Business: What is your opinion about this?, money doublers, pyramid scheme
money doublers, pyramid scheme, how to start a business: 1. These loans will probably be based on nothing besides good faith to be paid back. Tell them to expect a large percentage of defaults and not to do it unless they are okay with that. 2. Sounds like a pyramid scheme where a few current payouts are made...

Managing a Business: organizational issues?, internal efficiency, measure efficiency
internal efficiency, measure efficiency, improving productivity: Go get your organizational dynamics book. First thing is to figure out who does what and when they do it. Map the flow of work. How do you know you need 6 more people? This could be that it takes 2 people 8 hours to paint a room, but it doesn t mean that...

Managing a Business: overhead, overhead operations, factory machinery
overhead operations, factory machinery, overhead cost: ALEX, There is no ideal figure for TOTAL OVERHEAD. THERE ARE TWO MAJOR ELEMENTS,WHICH MAKES UP THE TOTAL OVERHEAD. 1.FIXED OVERHEAD FIXED expense: the expense of maintaining factory/ machinery etc it does not include depreciation or the...

Managing a Business: overtime, poor time management, necessary evils
poor time management, necessary evils, rush jobs: RANA, Overtime often becomes a habit/ necessary evils/ conditioning of mind over a period of time. FIRST, CONDUCT AN AUDIT OF THE OVERTIME PAYMENTS SAY IN THE LAST 2 YEARS. EVERY ASPECTS OF THE OPERATION -routine jobs -rush jobs...

Managing a Business: If you owned your own business,..., limited liability company, limited liability company llc
limited liability company, limited liability company llc, sole proprietors: INCORPORATION. The reason for incorporation, into a company like LLC [ limited liability company is The LLC is a type of hybrid business structure that is designed to provide the limited liability features of a corporation and the tax efficiencies...

Managing a Business: If you owned your own business,..., viable reason, proprietorship
viable reason, proprietorship, business person: part a; when you have a desire to go public. b; when u don t want to waste money. I used to recommend to everyone; start out as a proprietorship and then, get $1m in blanket liability insurance and later, when you net $1m, incorporate. the LLC did...

Managing a Business: Partnership, types of partnerships, moneyman
types of partnerships, moneyman, partnership agreement: Since you will be forming a corporation there is no partnership agreement. What you need is a stockholders agreement. I don t know if they have any info about this specific topic, but www.nolo.com has one of the most complete lines of self-help legal publications...

Managing a Business: Partnership and Capital account, forming a partnership, lingham
forming a partnership, lingham, new partner: If you are investing $80,000. If you are going to cover the mortgage of $56,000. then you will be paying the seller [ 80,000 - 56,000] = 24,000. SO YOU HAVE THE BUILDING AT 80,000 DOLLARS. YOU BRING IN A PARTNER, WITH...

Managing a Business: Partnership Dispute and Question on Bankrupcy, partnership dispute, bankrupcy
partnership dispute, bankrupcy, dear mr: IF your company is Inc, then the only way you can part company is by valuing the balance sheet -determining the net asset =[ total assets - total liability] value and you take the 1/3 share of the net asset. IF THEY...

Managing a Business: Partnership Problems, business bank accounts, business bank account
business bank accounts, business bank account, personal credit card: I suggest you privately take legal advice. You should have a partnership agreement in writing and you should have access to the administration of of your enterprise. There may be good reason for changing the passwords, but the whole arrangement is a little...

Managing a Business: Partnership, neutral mediator, partnership work
neutral mediator, partnership work, biz plan: start with a crystal clear biz plan. add a neutral mediator for problems between you 2. meet weekly. bring in the mediator monthly just for good measure. Have a clear we stop the business when and if................ occurs and then, my partner or...

Managing a Business: About PEST analysis, Porter's Diamond and YIP Globalisation drivers for Notebook industries, factor endowments, importation laws
factor endowments, importation laws, social norms: PEST ANALYSIS is a poltical / economic/ socio/technology analysis of factors which could affect an organization. POLITICAL -government stability -government laws -government barriers -government laws on environment ECONOMICAL -gdp...

Managing a Business: Petty cash fund, general ledger account, petty cash fund
general ledger account, petty cash fund, payment receipts: To do it in 1 entry: debit the cash payment expenses for $45, debit the account you are going to deposit the excess funds in for $90, credit petty cash for $125, and credit cash over/short (or miscellaneous expense) for $10. You will have $75 of cash on hand...

Managing a Business: Planning process(this is not a homework question), external environmental factors, homework question
external environmental factors, homework question, function of management: PLANNING To establish and operate an effective organization, all managers perform several major functions or activities. These functions enable managers to create a positive work environment and to provide the opportunities and incentives...

Managing a Business: Planning process(this is not a homework question), homework question, measurement criteria
homework question, measurement criteria, function of management: The planning process contains 5 basic steps. 1) Evaluation to determine greatest strengths and weaknesses, and long-term goals. 2) Focus on a few key areas. 3) Set measurement criteria and targets. 4) Set up a system to continually generate, evaluate, test,...

Managing a Business: How to Price a Job that is Far Away, magnetic signs, landscape design business
magnetic signs, landscape design business, charge for travel time: FIRST you should pre-qualify the prospect to determine if the job would be worth the travel (i.e. A large job with probable referrals.) Since you are developing your business I would not charge travel time for assessment. Try to work in some business...

Managing a Business: Purchasing and Materials Management, measurable strategies, productivity improvements
measurable strategies, productivity improvements, mm solutions: WKLMAR29, Here is some useful material. regards LEO LINGHAM =============================================== PURCHASING AND MATERIALS MANAGEMENT ARE Important TO THE BUSINESS. P/MM is the partner in the business that is the expert on purchase/material...

Managing a Business: partnerships, debt forgiveness, tax expert
debt forgiveness, tax expert, partnerships: Technically when a partnership terminates, any partner with a negative capital account is required to restore their capital account to zero. So in this case you owe the partnership (the other partners) $10,000. If this obligation is forgiven you will have...

Managing a Business: payments and fringe benefits, fringe benefits, lingham
fringe benefits, lingham, lorry driver: - a cleaner [straight wages ] ----------------------------------- - a sales person [ salary / commission on volume / annual bonus on outstanding performance] plus medical benefits etc --------------------------------------------------- - a...

Managing a Business: plant efficiency, plant efficiency, labor dollars
plant efficiency, labor dollars, machining company: Dear Mr Wehrli, 4 machinists times 10 hours of overtime per week is 40 hours total overtime. This is at a 150% pay premium to standard labor rates for nonexempt employees. That means that if you hired an extra guy working 40 hours per week at the normal...

Managing a Business: please reply me soon, social responsibility program, company vision statement
social responsibility program, company vision statement, straight forward questions: UROOZ, YOUR QUESTION DID NOT STATE CLEARLY YOUR REQUIREMENTS. UROOJ, SINCE YOU MENTIONED URGENT 1. Mission statement of the organization 2. Objectives 3. Management Hierarchy 4. Culture of the organization 5. Social responsibility...

Managing a Business: policies and procedures, personnel policy manuals, human resource policies
personnel policy manuals, human resource policies, human resource policy: RANA , HERE ARE SOME USEFUL SITES. HR Policies These Guides provide more detailed information about the intent and appropriate application of human resource policies. www.dhrm.state.va.us/hrpolicy/policy.html Human resource management...

Managing a Business: president, optimum profitability, ceo position
optimum profitability, ceo position, organisational activities: RAY, CONGRATULATIONS ! I am assuming , -your company is a small operation. -there is a board of directors/ chairman -you report to chairman/ board of directors. HENCE YOUR ROLE IS ONE OF BLEND OF CEO/PRESIDENT INTO ONE. ...

Managing a Business: how to price this business?, event management company, busness
event management company, busness, ownership interest: I am not sure what you mean by maximizing capital paid up. Capital is the sum of the net resources you invest in the business, and has little to do with value. Value is often based on the earning capacity of a business. Since your company is young, it does...

Managing a Business: problem, lump sum cash, lump sum payments
lump sum cash, lump sum payments, amortization period: u did not indicate what school and where. i can but not your way. I teach differently. on yahoo messenger kemperk u tell me what approaches you are using and why. I will suggest others and why. let s come to a meeting of the minds. students learn...

Managing a Business: problem solving, hospitality staff, cancell
hospitality staff, cancell, leadership development: Omar These things are difficult Firstly you might personally ring all those who were on your mailing and didn t sign up. If nothing else this will give you feedback and it might get you to breakeven second do you have a second list of contact/prospects....

Managing a Business: problem, yield to maturity, mortgage specialist
yield to maturity, mortgage specialist, mortgage principal: no idea where you are taking your course but he should get an adjustable mortgage with 4 part option and pay no money down at all. kkemper1@mindspring.com thanks for asking he can afford a $400k home if he buys a fix up foreclosure. or a $200k...

Managing a Business: proprietorships and franchises, sole proprietorships, sole proprietorship
sole proprietorships, sole proprietorship, writing a business plan: It depends on the type of business each has advantages and draw backs. Sole proprietorships are simple organizations that often can be started with little capital and a lot of sweat equity. Franchises require more capital to invest but you get more...

Managing a Business: some questions, unique selling proposition, target marketing
unique selling proposition, target marketing, market penetration: TO PENETRATE ONE MARKET STEP 1 -you must audit your operation to see where do you stand / what is your market share currently. How your product/service is used Description of your Unique Selling Proposition Your product/service...

Managing a Business: questions about business managment, interest rates unemployment, inflation rates
interest rates unemployment, inflation rates, unemployment level: MANAGING A BUSINESS THE POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE IMPACT OF THESE FACTORS BECOME THE PROS AND CONS OF THE BUSINESS. ----------------------------------------------- POLITICAL -environment -tax policies -contract enforcement -employment...

Managing a Business: some questions, private limited company, public limited company
private limited company, public limited company, public subscription: a great deal of this is dependent on the country you are in PLC might mean Private Limited Company ( a small organisation) or Public Limited Company ( a large corporation LLC means limited liability company, pte or private means a small company There...

Managing a Business: RESPONSIBILITY, small business owner, raw product
small business owner, raw product, virtual resource: Dear Al: Thank you for contacting me through AllExperts. Unfortuanately, I cannot answer questions dealing with company policies. However, I would recommend that you address this situation with the business owner, especially if it is a continuing problem....

Managing a Business: RESPONSIBILITY, small business owner, raw product
small business owner, raw product, hi ed: No, You are an employee at will either one of you can terminate the relationship. If you are a contractor, it should be somewhere that you ll do this on Thursdays, if everything is in place. If your schedule can be adjusted, you d consider doing it at...

Managing a Business: Record Keeping, acupuncture practice, licensed acupuncturist
acupuncture practice, licensed acupuncturist, speadsheet: Hi Michael I wish you well. From my observation, these paid online surveys offer much but produce little. I hope you have done some test marketting of your idea. At this point in your career, you should be putting your time into promoting your business....

Managing a Business: Record Keeping, acupuncture practice, spreadsheet program
acupuncture practice, spreadsheet program, licensed acupuncturist: There are several options. One is to purchase a low-end accounting program like QuickBooks. It gives you the ability to enter customer activity like surveys performed and payments received. You can also enter expenses so you have accurate financial reports...

Managing a Business: Record Keeping, acupuncture practice, luck frank
acupuncture practice, luck frank, licensed acupuncturist: Hello Michael, thanks for your question. I would be careful if I were you. Most of these programs are scams. Either you will never receive the promised money, or the amount of surveys needed to be completed for compensation will be an impossible goal. ...

Managing a Business: Record Keeping, management software program, project management software
management software program, project management software, acupuncture practice: Hi Mike, First let me respond to your question - I would suggest you look into purchasing a simple project management software program. If you go to our web site (www.family-business-experts.com and search for project management software on our site map...

Managing a Business: Reg Masters on ERP:, enterprise resource planning systems, resource planning systems
enterprise resource planning systems, resource planning systems, corporate information management: BALU RATHINAM, Based on the limited information I have, -there are no MBA programs in ERP. -there is MBA [ supply chain management ] which includes modules in ERP. IF YOU ARE REALLY IN A MASTER S PROGRAM, I WOULD SUGGEST...

Managing a Business: Related to Human Resources Management, workforce diversity, human resources management
workforce diversity, human resources management, human resource management: HR MANAGEMENT Diversity in HR MANAGEMENT 50 years ago HR MANAGEMENT was considered simple because the workforce was strikelingly homogeneous.It consisted mainly of males--very very females were employed. HR MANAGEMENT had a limited role, mainly...

Managing a Business: Reporter working on a small biz story, family business clients, family business institute
family business clients, family business institute, founder family: Ms Martin, Sorry, but I can not offer any help re your story. Our family business clients are confidential - so we would not be able to connect you to one of them. I do have family business attorney s that we work with - but none of them are in MN....

Managing a Business: Restaurant P&L, profit and loss statements, cash flow statement
profit and loss statements, cash flow statement, pro forma cash flow statement: JASON, SINCE YOUR INTERVIEW IS ON FRIDAY AND I RECEIVED YOUR QUESTION LATE/LATE THURSDAY, I AM SENDING YOU TWO WEBSITES, WHICH WILL GIVE YOU A GOOD INSIGHT OF WHAT YOU WANT. File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML...

Managing a Business: Restaurant Profit and Loss, non alcoholic beverages, electricity utilities
non alcoholic beverages, electricity utilities, alcohal: RESTAUARANT SALES MIX / COST GUIDELINES. WHAT I HAVE PROVIDED HERE BELOW IS A BROAD GUIDELINES. THE ACTUAL WILL VARY WITH -seasonal raw materials -customer seasonal impact -eating habits of local customer -economic situation -cost...

Managing a Business: RFP, tent size, capability statement
tent size, capability statement, feasibility study: hi My email is paraclete@universalmail.com With an RFQ you should be responding to the quiery of your client as well as quoteing your product. You should set out the capabilities of your organisation. The RFQ would have a return address this will be...

Managing a Business: RFP, completion period, technical capability
completion period, technical capability, request for proposal: RFP Short for Request for Proposal, a document that an enterprise sends to a vendor inviting the vendor to submit a bid for any requirements. An organization typically issues the RFP in order to assess competing bids. RFQ Definition: RFQ is the abbreviation...

Managing a Business: RFP, spelling count, request for porposal
spelling count, request for porposal, tent size: That works for me. In their original request they should have asked for certain specifics, which it looks like you got. I m heading out, so I don t thing I will able to look it at it for you. But if you put yourself in the position of other person....

Managing a Business: Rightful Firing?, discipline problem, lingham
discipline problem, lingham, gravediggers: LISA, -What the employee has done is wrong. -But it is a discipline problem. -if the employee has done it for the first time, the employer should give him a warning for the first/last time -sack the employee , if he/she...

Managing a Business: Rightful Firing?, bad attitude, gravediggers
bad attitude, gravediggers, derogatory remarks: This might depend on who the remarks are made to but using the employers equipment to harrass others could be considered a firing offense and certainly undermining management is sign of bad attitude. The context of the employers business would be taken into...

Managing a Business: regarding project work, human resource development, performance management system
human resource development, performance management system, recruitment approach: ANITA, I AM GOING TO GIVE YOU A NUMBER OF TOPICS, NOT KNOWING YOUR APTITUDE/ INTERESTS. FROM THE BELOW GIVEN TOPICS, YOU CAN PICK/CHOOSE AND MODIFY IF REQUIRED. I WOULD SUGGEST FOR ANY SELECTION OF TOPIC, YOU SHOULD...

Managing a Business: right kind of person, john mccormack, harvard degree
john mccormack, harvard degree, henry kissinger: NICK, I AM NOT A RECRUITING / SELECTION PERSON, BUT I DO SIT ON THE SELECTION PANEL ON A NUMBER OF TIMES [ AT LEAST 300 ] ============================================================= The truth is perception exists in everyone...

Managing a Business: role definitions, executive responsibilities, chief executive officer
executive responsibilities, chief executive officer, board directors: 1) chairman Chairman is Chairman of the Board of Directors, the presiding officer and leader. 2) director Director is a member of the Board. Directors have specific legal responsibilities to stakeholders. 3) managing director Managing Director is a Board...