• The Slade Company
    The clocking problem Despite apparent success of Slade Company, the manufacturer faces problems in the plating department. The production Manager, Ralph Porter, is concerned about dishonesty among employees, abusing the clocking system for logging in the work hours. The typical workweek in the depa
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  • Slade Plating Case
    Slade Plating Case Analysis After reading the Slade Plating case our group sat down to discuss how we felt about the whole situation. We analyzed the case as a whole and then split it up into different sections. We were guided into finding two emerging systems that were present in the Plating Room
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  • Slade Plating Department
    Introduction The Slade Company was a small but prosperous manufacturer of metal products designed for industrial application. It was located in central Michigan with 500 employees. The plating department of Slade had formed certain informal team in which some employees had dishonest behaviors. In t
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  • Slade Plating
    An Analysis of the Slade Plating Department Case John Couchell Wingate University Slade Company is a small but prosperous manufacturer of metal products located in central Michigan. It employs 500 workers who are engaged in producing a large variety of clamps, inserts, knobs and simil
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  • The Slade Plating Department
    CASE-2: The Slade Plating Department (a) What are the major issues in this case? (e.g., why do you think it was assigned to you?) The major issue in this case is the dishonesty that was seen among the employees in the Plating dept, which lead to abusing the punch out system for logging in the w
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  • Company Law
    Under CA 1985, s. 13, a registered company is defined to be a body corporate, the motives of the persons who incorporate the company are irrelevant as in Salomon v Salomon & Co. [1987] and can exercise all the functions of a human being, subject only to their physical limitations as artificial perso
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  • Richard Warren Sears and Sears, Roebuck, & Company
    Richard Warren Sears and Sears, Roebuck, & Company Richard Warren Sears was born on December 7, 1863, in Stewartville, Minnesota. He was the son of James Warren and Eliza A. Sears, both of English ancestory. His father led anything but a happy life. He had failed in his quest for gold during
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  • Ford Motor Company
    Ford Motor Company GROUP PROJECT ACC 505 - FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 12/01/96 TABLE OF CONTENTS DESCRIPTION PAGE INTRODUCTION........................................................1 LIQUIDITY....................................................
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  • Ford Motor Company
    Ford Motor Company Ford Motor Company is the world's largest producer of trucks, and the second largest producer of cars and trucks combined. Ford has manufacturing, assembly or sales affiliates in 34 countries and Ford companies employed 337,800 people world-wide in 1996. Ford has manufacturing f
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  • The Relationships Between Quaker, the Company, and Semiotics
    The Relationships Between Quaker, The Company, and Semiotics KOREY SHIENFIELD CS100 1/9/97 For my presentation I have looked at one of Peterborough's oldest and biggest manufacturer, The Quaker company. More specifically the outside and inside of the building. As I was dri
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  • Ford Car Company
    The first piece of material I gathered was a picture via the internet. This picture is of the River Rouge assembly plant in Dearborn, Michigan. This picture shows the manufacturing of the fender for a Ford Motor Company product. It also shows the facilities of the Rouge plant and how the plant it se
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  • The Ford Motor Company
    Ford Motor Company Address: The American Road Dearborn, Michigan 48121, USA Public Company Incorporated: July, 1918 Employees: 383,300 Sales: $62.17 billion Stock Index: New York, Boston, Pacific Midwest, Toronto, Montreal, London Until recently, the Ford Motor Company has been
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  • The Keebler Company
    The founhder of the company, Godfrey Keebler, started with jus a small bakery in Philadelphia, PA in 1853. During the next two generations, local bakeries popped up around the country, including Strietmann, Hekman, Supreme and Bowman. With the introduction of cars and trucks (carrying the Keebler
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  • Company Mergers
    Company mergers and the effect on employees and consumers. Context: · Employees · Management · Consumers Direction: · On-line research (On-line Magazines, News Groups) · Human Resources Why the topic is important: · Mergers have affected our group, and it is a growing trend in the Ame
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  • Ford Motor Company
    It was once said, "Those who do not study the past are deemed to repeat it." On the brink of the new 21st century it is important for us at the Ford Motor Company to take a look at our past to see what has worked and what has not in order to set the standards for the automotive industry. It is als
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  • Limon Dance Company
    Limon Dance Company is the nation's oldest modern-dance company. Jose Limon established Limon in 1946. In the beginning the company only survived by word of mouth but eventually grew to be one of the Nations best and well-known Modern Dance Company's. The Limon Dance Company survived with many of i
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  • Sears Company Analysis
    1 I. Executive Summary Sears began as a small retailer but as the years have gone by, they have become the second largest retailer of the national chains. In the environmental analysis you will discover that Sears' marketing toward women differentiated them from their competitor's and increas
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  • Ford Company
    Industry Analysis The automobile industry began with Henry Ford's production of the Model T in the early 1900's. With the creation of the assembly line, cars became cheaper and quicker to produce, thus making them affordable for many people. There were originally 500 auto manufacturers. By
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  • Specialty Cheese Company
    12 August 2001 Specialty Cheese Company The Specialty Cheese Company is a dynamic, small company that has thought about its future. The company has been around since 1839. It has survived when there were over 4000 cheese companies, The Great Depression and over 150 years of leadership. With
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  • Wal Mart Company Overview
    "Basic History Overview" Wal-Mart's history is one of innovation, leadership and success. It started with a single store in Rogers, Arkansas in 1962 and has grown to what is now the world's largest - and arguably, the most emulated - retailer. Some researchers refer to Wal-Mart as the industry
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