Wednesday November 13, 2013
Homework Chapter 11
Professor: Mr. B
Introduction to Business
Rudy V. Garcia
Who will be the various stakeholders of your business?
All High School, Middle School and Elementary Schools students around my neighborhood Churches Attendants
Charter Schools attendants
All local commerce of my area of performance
What are some of the things you can do to benefit your community other than providing jobs and tax revenue? Provide affordable prices
Use local providers
Do not use products that contain G.M.O (Genetically Modify Organisms) Offer Scholarship programs for high scholars with low income How will you establish good relationships with your suppliers? With your employees?? The best l can offer is a relationship based in honesty and integrity. Also l will take the time to the needs of my employees and work to meet those needs. Do you see any conflict between your desire to be as profitable as possible and your desire to pay employees a living wage? I believe that we reap what we saw. If I am truly involve with the well-being of my employees; they will not only work for what I pay them for; they will engage themselves in the company and be more profitable. Which of the environmental factors outlined in this chapter might have the biggest impact in your business? How? Competing by restructuring and empowerment will be the most difficult area l will have to deal with more than anything. I believe building a team that moves according to the needs of the business is a hard but possible goal; the process to bring together people to work towards one specific task requires time, money and patience.
U.S. Supreme court ruled that cities could have school voucher programs that give money directly to parents, who could then choose between competing schools, public or private. The idea was to create competition among schools. Like business, schools were...
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