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Know how political, legal and social factors impact on business. Scenario: You work as a junior journalist for a newspaper which is planning to run a feature article on UK businesses. You have been asked to produce an article on two contrasting businesses covering purpose, ownership, organisational structure, strategic planning and how businesses interact with their environments. Task 1 ( P1,P3, P4) Submission date: w/c 14/1/12 Business organisations exist for many different purposes and have...

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make a business plan. 1. Current co situation 2. Mission statement 3. What is a business? - it is a n organisation which provide goods and services which satisfy customers needs or wants. (Easier than an organisation) A business provides goods or services. Must businesses begin with an idea.( the first thing to do with an idea is to register it). We should find a name. Mission statement (company philosophy) – It’s when you put out what you company is going to do Business Objectives-...

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a high degree of information sharing as well. Chapter 1: What are some differences that one might anticipate among the expectations of stakeholder for a nonprofit organization versus a for-profit business? Do you believe nonprofit managers have to pay more attention to stakeholders than business managers? The primary difference between for-profit businesses and nonprofit organizations is that businesses put all their efforts into activities that earn money for the company, while a nonprofit...

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FIRST DIPLOMA- BUSINESS DUE: 11TH OCTOBER Different types of business information, sources and purposes. Information is knowledge/data that is specific to a purpose; information is presented to give meaning and relevance that can lead to an increase in understanding. A piece of information is considered valueless as it can greatly help businesses enhance the business. Different types of business information ...

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underlying international trade, reasons for barriers to trade, methods of researching the overseas business environment, methods used by companies to adapt their products to the needs of overseas markets and alternative market entry strategies. This learning was very useful for me as I was able to know the reasons for businesses to go global and the points that they would need to consider on doing such as the business Marketing Mix Implications, Analysing Foreign Market Opportunities and looking at the Level...

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on policies and procedures. William is the chief executive officer (CEO) of Riordan and he just wants to get this acquisition done, but only if it means greater profit for the company and bigger dividends for the stockholders. Although he knows business, he relies on John’s advice for the details on accounting oversight. William, a finance major, is an MBA graduate of University of Phoenix in 2000. He has been president of Riordan since 2006, when he was hired by the COB. He is an authoritarian...

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Business Intergration

Business Integration Levels David Matthews BSA/310 January 19, 2013 Richard Seay Business Integration Levels To: Richard Seay Subject: Business Integration Levels New IT developments are important to all business disciplines because they trigger changes in marketing operations, e-commerce, logistics, human resources, finance, accounting, and relationships with customers and business partners. Nothing about business or corporate strategy is untouched by IT (Turban & Volonino, 2011)...

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managing the business for the benefit of customers, shareholders, suppliers, colleagues, partners and communities. Maintaining ethical and honest behaviour Our reputation for integrity is perhaps our most valuable business asset. If we lose it, we also lose the trust of our customers and all those who work with us. Our principles We shall believe in establishing enduring and equal relationships with all our stakeholders, because we’re confident that good ethics leads to good business. We...

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Introduction To Business

Intruduction To Business Assignment Topic: Characterstics Of Business Course Code: ITB 101 Everything has some own characteristics, Business has also If we look the definition of business: Business means being busy, it is a process of producing and exchanging goods and services with a view to make profit. From this definition we have find One characteristics that is Profit, Business has more characteristics, Now we are going to discuss below Characteristics of Business: Business has some...

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the business environment

The Business Environment SIX FORCES OF INFLUENCE by Ryan L. Sievers, MBA Definition—The six forces of the Business Environment are defined and described in detail. These are the forces beyond the control of any company. Understanding and monitoring them is crucial in order to anticipate, prepare for and successfully adjust to the change that is both inevitable and constant. Revised June 2008. Copyright © 2006-2008 Ryan Sievers. All rights are reserved. DEFINITIONS / The Business Environment ...

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