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MGTA03 - Week 1 - Jan 8, 2013

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Department
Management (MGT)
Course Code
MGTA01H3
Professor
Chris Bovaird

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MGTA03 Intro to Management
- Read Chapter 1 Understanding the Canadian Business System to Page 10
Main Points of Today’s Lecture
- Definition of “Business”
- Profit and Loss
- Factors of Production
- Economic Systems
Business Defined
- An organized effort
- To make or sell something
- To sell to customers/patrons/clients
- Who need or want something
- In order to make a profit
o Ex. Pizza shop, Rogers (People need telephone services, internet services & etc),
Lemonade stand
Business: Characteristics
- Pizza store This business exists because people may be hungry
- Lemonade Stand This business exists because people may be thirsty
- Customers need and want things and they will pay for them
Business: Definitions
- The money that comes in are called Revenue or Sales (These two words mean the same thing)
Business: Characteristics
- Customers pay, get something in return. The business must provide a pizza
Profit (Definition)
- The difference between
o $$$ in (revenues or sales)
o $$$ out (Costs or expenses)
Profit: Simple Example
- Business sells small, plain pizza
o Revenue (sales) = $6.00
o Less Expenses (costs) = -$5.00
o Profit = $1.00

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MGTA03 – Intro to Management - Read Chapter 1 – Understanding the Canadian Business System to Page 10 Main Points of Today’s Lecture - Definition of “Business” - Profit and Loss - Factors of Production - Economic Systems Business Defined - An organized effort - To make or sell something - To sell to customers/patrons/clients - Who need or want something - In order to make a profit o Ex. Pizza shop, Rogers (People need telephone services, internet services & etc), Lemonade stand Business: Characteristics - Pizza store – This business exists because people may be hungry - Lemonade Stand – This business exists because people may be thirsty - Customers need and want things and they will pay for them Business: Definitions - The money that comes in are called Revenue or Sales (These two words mean the same thing) Business: Characteristics - Customers pay, get something in return. The business must provide a pizza Profit (Definition) - The difference between o $$$ in (revenues or sales) o $$$ out (Costs or expenses) Profit: Simple Example - Business sells small, plain pizza o Revenue (sales) = $6.00 o Less Expenses (costs) = -$5.00 o Profit = $1.00 Profit - Fundamental reason for a business to exist - Not all organizations are business
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