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RUTGERS33:620:301D HamiltonSpring

33:620:301 Study Guide - Spring 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - Ford Focus, Enterprise Risk Management, Vrin

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33:620:301 Study Guide - Spring 2019, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Ford Focus, Enterprise Risk Management, Vrin

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RUTGERS33:620:301dennishamiltonSpring

33:620:301 Midterm: Session 7 & 8 (Midterm Review)

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33:620:301 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cash Flow, Standard Cost Accounting, Horizontal Integration

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RUTGERS33:620:301dennishamiltonSpring

33:620:301 Final: Session 25 (Final Exam Review)

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Ethics inner-guiding moral principles, values, and beliefs that people use to analyze or interpret a situation and then decide what is the right or app
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RUTGERS33:620:301Denis HamiltonFall

33:620:301 Study Guide - Final Guide: United States Department Of Labor, Advantageous, Quality Function Deployment

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RUTGERS33:620:301Paul HamiltonFall

33:620:301 Study Guide - Final Guide: Niche Market, Requirement, Ipad

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1. frog: design firm that we watched a video about in class responsible for the design of many well-known products such as macintosh computers for appl
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RUTGERS33:620:301Denis HamiltonFall

33:620:301 Study Guide - Final Guide: Southwest Airlines, Railways Act 1921, Project Management

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For new product development to be successful, it must simultaneously achieve three sometimes-conflicting goals: Numerous new products have offered tech
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RUTGERS33:620:301dennishamiltonSpring

33:620:301 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Profit Margin, Emerging Markets

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Strategy a company"s action plan for outperforming its competitors and achieving superior profitability. Strategy towards rivals all about competing di
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33:620:301 Study Guide - Final Guide: Individualism, Collectivism, Outsourcing

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RUTGERS33:620:301Introto Management( Dennis Hamilton)Spring

33:620:301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Emo, Civil Rights Act Of 1964, Pregnancy Discrimination Act

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RUTGERS33:620:301Ed HubbardSpring

33:620:301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Communication Problems, Procedural Justice, Sam Groth

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RUTGERS33:620:301D HamiltonFall

33:620:301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Sri International, Transmission Control Protocol, Internet Protocol Suite

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T/f: in order for something to be considered a computer it must have a keyboard attached. Has to be able to store data/ program. Software designers hel
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RUTGERS33:620:301dennishamiltonSpring

33:620:301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Scientific Management, Theory X And Theory Y

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33:620:301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Business Process Reengineering, Kaizen, Six Sigma

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33:620:301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Formal System, Air Traffic Controller, Busboy

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33:620:301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Intensive Care Unit, Laurium, Summary Judgment

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Mckee brings claims of defamation against laurion in minnesota state court. Laurion moves for summary judgement for dismissal of mckee"s motion. The co
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33:620:301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Business Process Management, Business Process Reengineering, Statistical Process Control

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33:620:301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Business Process Management, Value Chain, Dmaic

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33:620:301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Wilson Sporting Goods

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Hickox and his wife file suit in a d. c. court against wilson. Jury awards ,000 to mr. hickox and ,000 to his wife. Jury must make findings under consu
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RUTGERS33:620:301Xi WangSpring

33:620:301 Chapter Notes -Financial Statement, Relate, Balanced Scorecard

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Charting a company"s direction: its vision, mission, objectives, and strategy. Top management"s views and conclusions about the company"s long term dir
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33:620:301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Competitive Advantage, Brand Management, Nordstrom

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RUTGERS33:620:301Xi WangSpring

33:620:301 Chapter Notes -Nucor, Ombudsman, Organizational Culture

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RUTGERS33:620:301Xi WangSpring

33:620:301 Chapter Notes -Calibration, Dynamic Capabilities, Swot Analysis

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Evaluating a company"s resources, capabilities, and competitiveness a) A company"s resources and capabilities are its competitive assets and determine
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RUTGERS33:620:301Xi WangSpring

33:620:301 Chapter Notes -Human Capital, World Trade Organization, North American Free Trade Agreement

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A global organization is one that operates and competes in more than 1 country. The global environment is a set of forces and conditions in the world o
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RUTGERS33:620:301Xi WangSpring

33:620:301 Chapter Notes -Hostile Work Environment, Ageism, Civil Rights Act Of 1964

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11/25/13: the increasing diversity of the workforce and the environment. Diversity is differences in age, gender, race, ethnicity, origin, sexual orien
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RUTGERS33:620:301dennishamiltonFall

33:620:301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Southwest Airlines, Revamp, Brand Loyalty

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Speciic eforts to please customers, strengthen market posiion, counter maneuvers of rivals, respond to changing market condiions and achieve market com
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RUTGERS33:620:301Xi WangSpring

33:620:301 Chapter Notes -Motivation

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Managing a motivated work context the inner work life: the inner work life. People experience a constant stream of emotions, perceptions, and motivatio
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RUTGERS33:620:301dennishamiltonFall

33:620:301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Specific Performance, Organizational Learning

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Chapter 2: charing a company"s direcion, vision, mission, objecives and strategy: develop strategic vision, mission statement, and set of core values.
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RUTGERS33:620:301Xi WangSpring

33:620:301 Chapter Notes -Emerging Markets

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A company"s strategy is its action plan for outperforming its competitors and achieving superior profitability. Lasting success that supports long term
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33:620:301 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Organizational Architecture, Hypertext, Pest Analysis

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33:620:301 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Organizational Architecture, Socalled, Intellectual Capital

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33:620:301 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Elton Mayo, Scientific Theory, Communication Problems

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33:620:301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Communication Problems, Procedural Justice, Sam Groth

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RUTGERS33:620:301D HamiltonSpring

33:620:301 Study Guide - Spring 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - Ford Focus, Enterprise Risk Management, Vrin

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33:620:301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Employee Engagement, Session 9

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33:620:301 Lecture 7: Session 7B- Human Resource Management

Human resource management is defined as all the activities managers engage in to attract and retain employees and to ensure that they perform at a high
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33:620:301 Lecture 7: Session 7A- Organization Design

Organization design helps to smoothly connect inputs to create outputs. Organization design is the process by which managers create a specific type of
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33:620:301 Lecture 5: Session 5C- Leadership

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33:620:301 Lecture 3: Session 3D- Strategic Management Executing Strategy

Low-cost provider: achieve low overall costs than rivals on products that attract a broad range of buyers. The objective is to have meaningfully lower
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RUTGERS33:620:301D HamiltonSpring

33:620:301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Swot Analysis, Value Chain, Intellectual Capital

Various analytic tools have been developed to look at the internal environment of a company: Resource- input or asset that is owned or controlled by th
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RUTGERS33:620:301D HamiltonSpring

33:620:301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Habitat, Pest Analysis

2 aspects that make up a company"s current strategic situation are: External environment- competitive conditions of the company"s industry. The macro e
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RUTGERS33:620:301D HamiltonSpring

33:620:301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Competitive Advantage, Determinacy

Business mode l: how a company"s strategy will create value for the customer and at the. Two components of the business model: same time, generate reve
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RUTGERS33:620:301D HamiltonSpring

33:620:301 Lecture 1: Session 1 - The History of Management

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