Task Managemenst business

Topics: Median, Data analysis, Sampling / Pages: 20 (4990 words) / Published: Dec 1st, 2013
INDEX
Page no
Introduction

2

1.1 create a plan for the collection of primary and secondary data for a given business problem

2

1.2 present the survey methodology and sampling frame used

4

1.3 design a questionnaire for a given business problem

6

2.1 create information for decision making by summarising data using representative values

7

2.2 analyse the data to draw valid conclusions in a business context

10

2.3 analyse data using measures of dispersion to inform a given business scenario

12

2.4 explain how quartiles, percentiles and the correlation coefficient are used to draw useful conclusions in a business context

13

3.1 produce graphs using spreadsheets and draw valid conclusions based on the information derived
15
3.2 create trend lines in spreadsheet graphs to assist in forecasting for specified business information

16

3.3 Prepare a business presentation using suitable software and techniques to disseminate information effectively

17

3.4 Prepare a formal business report

18

4.1 use appropriate information processing tools

18

4.2 Prepare a project plan for an activity and determine the critical path

19

4.3 Use financial tools for decision making

21

Conclusion

22

References

23

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Introduction:
In business, making good decisions requires the effective use of information. Business
Decision Making provides the opportunity of learning a variety of sources and develops techniques in four aspects of information: data gathering, data storage, tools available to create useful information and presenting.
Moreover, using appropriate IT software and spreadsheets for data analysis and the preparation of information provides the advantages of using information systems which is currently used at all levels in every organisation.
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References: Abrahamson, E. (1996). "Managerial fashion." Academy of Management Review. 21(1):254-285. http://www.jstor.org/pss/258636 Aaron,S., (January 23, 2009) Haines, S (2008). The Product Manager 's Desk Reference. McGraw-Hill; 1 edition Lawley, B Turban, Efraim (2002), Electronic Commerce: A Managerial Perspective, Prentice Hall . http://www.itu.dk/courses/DIDE/E2006/downloads/welcome_to_the_experience_econo my.pdf[Accessed 26th Jan, 2012] Selden, P. H. (December 1998). "Sales Process Engineering: An Emerging Quality Application" Trochim, W(2006) Research Method Knowledge Base [online] William MK Trochim cited 5th November, 2011

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