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SFUBUS 201Matt MartellFall

BUS 201- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 57 pages long!)

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Information resources (knowledge make products or services to sell) about an industry) Many roles of government: customer, buy products and services fr
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SFUBUS 201Matt MartellFall

BUS 201 Study Guide - Final Guide: Risk Management, Promotional Mix, Financial Plan

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Disruptive change: meeting the challenge, when built strong forts for defence at its border against germany in the time of wwi, germany just went aroun
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SFUBUS 201Matt MartellFall

BUS 201 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Privately Held Company, Fiscal Policy, Social Skills

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Natural resources (products used to help make products or services to sell) Many roles of government: customer, buy products and services from entrepre
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SFUBUS 201A L LFall

BUS 201 - Introduction to Business – FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE.pdf

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SFUBUS 201A L LFall

BUS 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Business Plan, Capacity Planning, Inventory Control

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Bus 201: introduction to business - lecture 8: ch. Creating value through production: products provide users with utility, by making a product availabl
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SFUBUS 201A L LFall

BUS 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: List Of Countries' Copyright Lengths, Westjet, Consumerism

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Bus 201: introduction to business- lecture 3: ch. 3 conducting business ethically and responsibly: since cocoa prices fluctuate significantly on global
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SFUBUS 201A L LFall

BUS 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Barcode, Fixed Cost, Reverse Auction

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Bus 201: introduction to business - lecture 9: ch. Lo-1 determining prices: pricing to meet business objectives, pricing decisions are influenced by th
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SFUBUS 201A L LFall

BUS 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Indefinite Lifespan, Statistical Hypothesis Testing, Cash Flow

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Bus 201: introduction to business - lecture 4: ch. Venture creation: positive result of recent recession was new wave of entrepreneurial efforts, small
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SFUBUS 201A L LFall

BUS 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Operations Management, Vestment, Wart

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Bus 201: introduction to business - lecture 6: ch. Efficiency means achieving the greatest level of output with a given amount of input. Effectiveness
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SFUBUS 201A L LFall

BUS 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: A Question Of Balance, Canadian Dollar, Liquid Oxygen

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Bus 201: introduction to business - lecture 5: ch. The contemporary global economy: the success of many canadian firms depends on exports, imports prod
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SFUBUS 201A L LFall

BUS 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Qr Code, Advantageous, Online Banking

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Bus 201: introduction to business - lecture 2: ch. Low-cost interest companies like dollarama and costco have seen profit increase throughout. We deter
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SFUBUS 201A L LFall

BUS 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Consumer Product Safety Act, Bc Hydro, Environment And Climate Change Canada

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Bus 201: introduction to business - lecture 1: ch. Lo-1 the idea of business and profit: managers should pay attention to (1) actions of competitors, (
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SFUBUS 201Matt MartellFall

[BUS 201] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (84 pages long!)

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Economic growth: >2. 5% of canadian pop. works in agriculture bc ef enecy has improved; agricultural sector has increased becayse output of sector has
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SFUBUS 201Gordon ReinFall

[BUS 201] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 39 pages long Study Guide!

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Business: an organization that produces or sells goods or services in an effort to make a pro t. Not-for-profit organization: an organization that prov
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SFUBUS 201Zorana SvedicFall

[BUS 201] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (23 pages long!)

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Businesses produce or sell products in order to make a profit. Non-profit organizations: provides goods and service but does not seek profit. Factors o
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SFUBUS 201AllFall

BUS 201 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Deferral, A201 Road, Accounts Payable

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The following questions are additional practice questions to help you prepare for exam 1. Intangibles: bsc co. , inc. has the following cash flow infor
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SFUBUS 201AllFall

BUS 201 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Crisis Management, Itch, Procter & Gamble

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Chapter 3 online quiz: john is a salesperson who feels that he is not paid nearly enough money for the work that he does. He therefore pads his expense
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SFUBUS 201Matt MartellFall

BUS 201 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Privately Held Company, Fiscal Policy, Social Skills

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Natural resources (products used to help make products or services to sell) Many roles of government: customer, buy products and services from entrepre
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SFUBUS 201Peter TinglingFall

BUS 201 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Balanced Scorecard, Marketing Myopia, Social Skills

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4 ethical norms: does it: benefit those affected by it, respect rights of individuals involved, co(cid:374)siste(cid:374)t (cid:449)ith (cid:449)hat"s
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SFUBUS 201Wayne RawcliffeSpring

BUS 201 Midterm: BUS 200 Mid-Term Fall 2016 Study Guide (1)

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SFUBUS 201AllFall

BUS 201 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Gross Domestic Product, Employee Stock Ownership Plan, Purchasing Power Parity

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Profit what remains after a business"s expenses are subtracted. Communism command economy; government owns and operates all industries. Mixed market ec
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SFUBUS 201Zorana SvedicFall

BUS 201 Quiz: HBR: Leading Change Why Transformation Efforts Fail

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Error 1: not establishing a great enough sense of urgency. Changes begin when individuals look hard at a company"s competitive situation, market positi
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SFUBUS 201Zorana SvedicFall

BUS 201 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Marketing Myopia, Theodore Levitt, Dry Cleaning

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Marketing myopia occurs when company leaders define their mission too narrowly. It is a form of business nearsightedness or shortsightedness. Railroads
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SFUBUS 201Zorana SvedicFall

BUS 201 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Balanced Scorecard

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