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QUEEN'SCOMM 190Mosey Nicholas JFall

COMM 190 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Database Design

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Note that users have an important role in the process, so it is important for us as users to know how the development works and what a database is. Ide
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QUEEN'SCOMM 190Mosey Nicholas JFall

COMM 190 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Database Application, Foreign Key, Unique Key

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There is a huge volume on content and there are many ways content can be formatted: this makes it harder for firms to effectively use content & present
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QUEEN'SCOMM 121Blair RobertsonFall

COMM 121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Cash Flow, Capital Market, Dividend Yield

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Chapter 10: risk and return: lessons from market history. Come in the form of dividends and capital gains: total earnings = dividends + capital gains (
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QUEEN'SCOMM 121Blair RobertsonFall

Chapter 6A

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Chapter 6a: the term structure of interest rates. So far we have assumed that interest rates are constant over the all future periods: they actually va
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QUEEN'SECON 212Arthur E StewartFall

ECON 212 Lecture Notes - Demand Curve, Normal Good, Giffen Good

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9 Oct 2013
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Saw before that a decrease in the price of one good increases a consumer"s consumption possibilities by seeing a rotation outwards of the bl and opposi
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QUEEN'SCOMM 121Blair RobertsonFall

COMM 121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Fiduciary, Financial Statement, Savings Account

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27 Sep 2013
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QUEEN'SCOMM 121Blair RobertsonFall

COMM 121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Annuity, Cash Flow, Compound Interest

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27 Sep 2013
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Future value = principle amount x (1 + interest rate) Present value is the value of a future cash stream discounted at an appropriate market interest r
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QUEEN'SCOMM 121Blair RobertsonFall

COMM 121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Arbitrage, Net Present Value, Financial Instrument

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QUEEN'SCOMM 121Blair RobertsonFall

COMM 121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Accrued Interest, Dirty Price, Clean Price

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27 Sep 2013
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Chapter 6: how to value stocks and bonds. A bond is a certificate showing that a borrower owes a specifies sum and has a agreed to make interest and pr
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QUEEN'SCOMM 190Mosey Nicholas JFall

COMM 190 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Enterprise Application Integration, Business Process, Ibm Db2

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27 Sep 2013
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One way is to enhance the product or service through information systems. The second way is through business processes look for technology to help reta
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QUEEN'SCOMM 190Mosey Nicholas JFall

COMM 190 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Purchase Order, Tim Hortons, Total Quality Management

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27 Sep 2013
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Chapter 2: business process, management, and decision making. Think about ordering a coffee and muffin from tim horton"s. It is a series of tasks or st
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QUEEN'SCOMM 190Mosey Nicholas JFall

COMM 190 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Bargaining Power, Bell Canada

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27 Sep 2013
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Productivity is the ratio of can gdp over the total paid hours worked by canadians: measures the value that canadian workers produce per hour, may be t
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QUEEN'SCOMM 190Mosey Nicholas JFall

COMM 190 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Outsourcing

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27 Sep 2013
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The department of people in an org who provide technical support are called it services: these people must be managed just like any other department. T
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QUEEN'SCOMM 190Mosey Nicholas JFall

COMM 190 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Data Recovery, Vertical Market, Horizontal Market

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27 Sep 2013
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Understanding & applying it to everyday life is a fundamental building block for success. The first computers were financed by the us military. The ter
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QUEEN'SECON 212Arthur E StewartFall

ECON 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Budget Constraint, Internetwork Packet Exchange

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27 Sep 2013
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The budget constraint defines the set on bundles that a consumer can purchase with a limited amount of income pxx + pyy i. Price of good 1 = px and pri
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QUEEN'SECON 212Arthur E StewartFall

ECON 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Longrun, Price Elasticity Of Demand, Corn Syrup

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27 Sep 2013
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A market can be characterized along three dimensions: commodity the product bought and sold, geography the location in which purchases are being made,
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QUEEN'SECON 212Arthur E StewartFall

ECON 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Toothpaste, Diff Utility, Marginal Utility

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27 Sep 2013
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Chapter 3: consumer preferences and the concept of utility. A basket/bundle is a combination of goods and services that an individual might consume. Co
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QUEEN'SECON 212Arthur E StewartFall

ECON 212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Normative Economics, Shortage, Constrained Optimization

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Microeconomics focuses on the behaviour of individual economic decision makers: consumers, businesses, workers, households, industries, labour markets,
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QUEEN'SCOMM 151Christopher MinersWinter

COMM 151 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Satisficing, Organizational Conflict, Negotiation

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26 Aug 2013
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Interpersonal conflict: a process that occurs when one person, group, or organizational subunit frustrates the goal attainment of another. Classic conf
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QUEEN'SCOMM 151Christopher MinersWinter

COMM 151 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Dispositional Attribution, Job Performance, Attitude Change

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Perception: the process of interpreting the messages of our sense to provide order and meaning to the environment. Helps sort out and organize complex
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QUEEN'SCOMM 151Christopher MinersWinter

COMM 151 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Satisficing, Selective Perception, Decision-Making

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Decision making: the process of developing a commitment to some courses of action: the decision involves making a choice among alternatives, decision m
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QUEEN'SCOMM 151Christopher MinersWinter

COMM 151 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Organizational Commitment, Signify, Depersonalization

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26 Aug 2013
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Stressors: environmental events or conditions that have the potential to induce stress. Individual personality often determines the extent to which a p
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QUEEN'SCOMM 151Christopher MinersWinter

COMM 151 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Rationality, Job Satisfaction, Reinforcement

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It is the capacity to influence others who are in a state of dependence. Power is not always perceived or exercised. The fact that the target of power
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QUEEN'SCOMM 151Christopher MinersWinter

COMM 151 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Blue-Collar Worker, Social Dilemma, Performance Appraisal

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26 Aug 2013
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Group: two or more people interacting interdependently to achieve a common goal. Interaction is the most basic aspect of a group it suggests who is in
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QUEEN'SCOMM 151Christopher MinersWinter

COMM 151 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Belongingness, Work Motivation, Equity Theory

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26 Aug 2013
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Motivation: the extent to which persistent effort is directed toward a goal. This is the strength of a persons work-related behaviour. Also defined as
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QUEEN'SCOMM 151Christopher MinersWinter

COMM 151 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Delphi Method, Prime Factor, Group Polarization

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26 Aug 2013
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Groups more vigilant than individuals more people scanning the environment which can be very advantageous at the problem id and info search stages. Mem
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QUEEN'SCOMM 151Christopher MinersWinter

COMM 151 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Job Satisfaction, Employee Retention, Microsoft Powerpoint

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26 Aug 2013
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Pay is motivational for people who have strong lower-level needs. Expectancy theory states that pay satisfies a variety of needs therefore it should be
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QUEEN'SCOMM 151Christopher MinersWinter

COMM 151 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Contingency Theory, Unbridled, Positive Form

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Leadership: the influence that particular individuals exert on the goal achievement of others in an organizational context. Strategic leadership: leade
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QUEEN'SCOMM 151Christopher MinersWinter

COMM 151 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Job Satisfaction, Organizational Culture, Job Performance

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Depend on others for information about adequacy and appropriateness of our behaviour, thoughts, and feelings. Information dependence: reliance on other
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QUEEN'SCOMM 151Christopher MinersWinter

COMM 151 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Dennis Amiss, Organizational Commitment, Individualism

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26 Aug 2013
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Values: a broad tendency to prefer certain states of affairs over others. Preference: values have to do with that we consider to be good and bad. Value
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QUEEN'SCOMM 151Christopher MinersWinter

COMM 151 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Occupational Stress, Job Satisfaction, Reinforcement

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26 Aug 2013
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Personality: the relatively stable set of psychological characteristics that influences the way an individual interacts with his or her environment. Ch
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QUEEN'SCOMM 151Christopher MinersWinter

COMM 151 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Baby Boomers, Politicking With Larry King, Absenteeism

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26 Aug 2013
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Organizations: social inventions for accomplishing common goals through group effort. Coordinated presence of people not necessarily things (equipment)
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QUEEN'SCOMM 131Ethan PancerWinter

COMM 131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Dbt Online Inc., Direct Market, Infomercial

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Direct marketing consists of connecting directly with carefully targeted individual consumers to both obtain an immediate response and cultivate lastin
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QUEEN'SCOMM 131Ethan PancerWinter

COMM 131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Toothpaste, Promotional Mix, Personal Selling

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QUEEN'SCOMM 131Ethan PancerWinter

COMM 131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Mentos, Mobile Marketing, Investor Relations

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QUEEN'SCOMM 131Ethan PancerWinter

COMM 131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Convenience Store, Demand Chain, Direct Marketing

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26 Aug 2013
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Upstream supply chain partners those that supply raw materials, components, parts, information, finances, expertise etc. needed to create a p/s. Downst
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QUEEN'SCOMM 131Ethan PancerWinter

COMM 131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Private Label, Brand Equity, Campbell Soup Company

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26 Aug 2013
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A name, term, sign, symbol, or design (or combo) that identifies the maker/seller of a p/s: important part of a product as branding it can add value to
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QUEEN'SCOMM 131Ethan PancerWinter

Chapter 2.docx

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QUEEN'SCOMM 131Ethan PancerWinter

COMM 131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Market Segmentation, Marketing Mix, Longrun

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26 Aug 2013
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The twin goal of marketing is to attract new customers by promising superior value, and to keep and grow current customers by delivering satisfaction.
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QUEEN'SCOMM 131Ethan PancerWinter

COMM 131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Marketing Mix, Price Discrimination, Geographical Pricing

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Chapter 10: pricing: understanding and capturing customer value. It is the amount of money charged for a product or service, or the sum of the values t
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