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Message for changes in retail store operations to stakeholders

Suppose you are part of the following scenario: - You are a public relations manager who must present information regarding changes in a retail store operations to three sets of stakeholders of a retail clothing chain. The stakeholders are store managers, employees, retail customers and the public. You must explain adjustment

Select an American Entrepreneur (Trump): Role individualism played in endeavers

Select an American Entrepreneur who appeals to you. Consider the following and examine: His/Her early career, What in his/her background led to a business start-up? What obstacles were encountered in the formation and execution of the business. What role their individualism played in their entrepreneurial endeavors? Accord

Position paper: Does Leadership really make a difference?

Position Paper: For this five page, double spaced position paper (APA format), you can select any topic that involves leadership, for example, "Does Leadership Really Make a Difference?". The following is a brief overview of what constitutes a 'position paper': A position paper presents an arguable opinion about an issue.

Do Franchisees simply substitute one type of employment for another?

Is being a franchisee simply substituting one type of employment for another type of employment? The answer to this question is both yes and no. First I say yes, because you still have to (in most cases), go into work/ report to work several days a week (especially, especially when one first starts a franchise). Depending

Discuss Follow up Skills used in business

In business who do you know is an expert at follow up? What do they do to make them so powerful at this? How do they organize their information? How do they follow up with you? Is there a point which one could follow up too much? What might be the results?

New Product Development: Coral snake antivenom

The company that makes coral snake antivenom has recently stopped producing the product due to the cost. The antivenom saves about 7 people each year. So far, no organization has stepped up. Can we believe that a company will make a product where it is unable to make money?

If Exxon were to acquire BP, what would be the outcome

If Exxon were to acquire BP, what would be the outcome? Here are the guidelines......Do not need responses for the entire 1-10. just 6-9 Project -- Actual Merger 1. Building the Business Plan a. External Analysis b. Internal Analysis c. Define mission statement d. Business strategy e. Implementation strategy f

Market research method for the smart refrigerator

What would be the market research method for the smart refrigerator (A smart refrigerator is one that is equipped to sense what products are being put into it, and may even be able to determine when a product needs to be replenished)?

Entrepreneurship essay

"I want you to speculate your future role as an engineer in a world characterized by a dire need to develop sustainable business solutions to consumer and investor demand. I want you to relate your story to readings or theory which adds clarity to the points you make. Or in other words, I want you to read about intrapreneurshi

Managemnet in the Age of IT Change

You are a manager with responsibility for selection, development and implementation of a new information system for your organization (real or imaginary, but designate as one or the other). It can be a function, network or enterprise system. Explain the components involved and the process you would follow, from start to finish,

Entrepreneur Ideas

1. Discuss the process of identifying market needs. 2. What makes new venture creation difficult? 3. How might one come up with a unique idea? *200 words minimum

Larry Greiner's article Evolution and Revolution

I am trying to write about the dynamic nature of the internal, business environment, and how it continues to influence the development of organizations and their growth. I am using Larry Greiner's article Evolution and Revolution as Organizations Grow� as a model of multiple phases of organizational growth. I need to expla

Accounting and Entrepreneurial Profit

Sam quit his job as an accountant with We Keep Books Accurately to open his own accounting firm. He earned $40,000 with the accounting firm We Keep Books Accurately. During the current year, Sam had revenues of $150,000 and total expenses of $110,000. Sam earned an: a. accounting profit of $40,000. b. account

Explain Economies of scale for lemonade stand

Compare: A young man has set up a lemonade stand on the corner of College Street and Air Park Boulevard. Temperatures in the area climb to 100 degrees during the summer. The intersection is near a major university and a large construction site. Explain to this young entrepreneur may benefit from economies of scale.

Media Planning & Buying; plan an advertising campaign

1. Out-of-home, direct mail, & specialty advertising; when do advertisers decide to use one or more of these media to either replace or complement print/electronic media? What factors must be considered? 2. How do advertisers plan a media advertising campaign? What factors must be considered in the planning? (Hint: reach, fre

Global Strategic Alliance, Infrastructure and Control

Prepare a paper describing the structure, implementation, and impact of a global strategic alliance. Please answer the following questions: Exposition a priori for the IP: There are two multinational corporations: Sun Oil Corporation (SUNOCO,) based in New Jersey, USA, and YPF Sociedad Anomina, based in Argentina. Sunoco r

Challenges When Setting Up a Business

Read the Urban Outfitters Continuing Case Study: Creating a business. You are to write a 3 report that answers the following questions: 1. Identify at least three challenges when setting up a business. Explain why they are challenges. 2. Define what a niche product is. Give at least three examples of niche products. 3

There are three main types of positions available in the Hospitality industry. They are Banquet Manager; Catering Manager; Event Manager. In addition to these three managerial positions there are a number of ancillary related jobs. The main problem is to acquire right qualifications and practical training and gate crashing into the industry. A close view of the industry will be the best way to identify one's inherent talent and accordingly decide a career

A close view of the industry will be the best way to identify one's inherent talent and accordingly decide a career. It is an old and established industry. People have to look for a hotel when they are out of the town for any reason. The industry offers excellent career opportunities that have the serious interest in making a