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Bus 210 Week 8 Developing Good Business Sense

 Developing Good Business Sense Name University Of Phoenix What is good business sense and how do you develop it. Well in this paper I will be discussing and answering four questions based on developing good business sense. The four questions that are based on what we have learned in class are to choose three companies and observe how employees do their tasks. Try to identify the nature of their operating systems and are employees organized in different...

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Developing Good Business Sense Bus/210

competition is the price; it is lower than any other shipper. Honestly, there is not much competition in the area of worldwide shipping, so despite their low quality services they have many customers. The second company, Kraftmaid cabinet-making business was founded in Independence, Ohio in 1969. They managed to expand rapidly for over a decade before they were acquired by Masco Corporation of Taylor in 1990. The firm is a Fortune 500 company, in which they manage its operations, hire employees...

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Developing Good Business Sense: Why Do Operating Systems Differ? Shawna Storm BUS/210 January 27, 2013 Justin Philipp Abstract This paper will identify the nature of three different company’s operating systems and explore how differently their employees are organized. I personally worked for these companies, therefore, I have an inside view of the way they operate. It will also define the main OMM (operations, materials, and management) costs of companies and how it...

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Developing Good Business Sense BUS/210 April 10, 2010 Title of Paper The three companies I chose were and international company called Kodak, a small business company called Pacific Porcelain, and a clothing store called Kohls. The first company is retailer of goods such as photo paper, copiers, printers, and electronic cameras throughout the world. They are mostly known for their picture taking items. The second company is a toilet manufacturing and distribution company that...

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Developing Good Business Sense Jennifer Lapaix BUS/210 February 28, 2010 Joanna Gierak The most over looked functions in any successful company is the Operations and Materials Management, commonly referred to as OMM activities. Operations are the functions or services that convert the input to a company into finished products and services. Materials management is the process that resources into and out of the operating system. To develop a good business sense you must understand how operations...

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Developing a Good Business Sense June 17, 2014 BUS/210 Phillip Shipper In this paper I will be discussing the nature of the operating systems that produce the goods and services that we receive. By answering the questions within this week’s chapter I will be able to elaborate on the Operations and Materials Management involved in three companies operating systems. The three companies that I chose are Chick-fil-A, McDonalds, and Wendy’s. I chose these companies because they...

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Developing Good Business Sense Brooke Fountain Axia College of University of Phoenix BUS210—Foundations of Business Developing Good Business Sense 1. The three different companies I chose to observe are Subway, Outback Steak House, and AT&T Wireless. I wanted to observe three different types of business to get a better understanding of how businesses work. I felt that this would give me a broader scope of the way different Operations...

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Developing Good Business Sense 1 Developing Good Business Sense Nathan Knight III Introduction to Business Instructor Valley Behjou February 2nd, 2008 Developing Good Business Sense 2 Developing Good Business Sense I made three choices. The first would be the post office. Second, I chose a bank. The third was a small pizzeria. The first company I want to talk about is the post office. Our finished...

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DEVELOPING GOOD BUSINESS SENSE The three companies that I choose for this project was Burger King, Barnes & Noble, and McDonalds. I observed how the employees do their tasks. I will discuss the main kinds of OMM costs companies have and how does this affect their OMM operations. Also will be discussing how do companies design their operating systems to give them a competitive advantage. I will identify which five main components of operations and materials management costs and the methods companies...

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Developing Good Business Sense Brittany Bailliez January 8, 2013 For the purpose of this assignment, I have observed how employees do their tasks at three local stores; a small family run restaurant, a fast food restaurant, and a large-scale supermarket. I live in a decent sized city where there are many small restaurants, fast food chains, and large-scale supermarkets. Because there are several options for consumers, businesses need to make the most of...

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