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SFUBUS 201Matt MartellFall

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

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29 Mar 2018
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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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28 Feb 2018
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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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28 Feb 2018
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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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3 Dec 2014
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SFUBUS 201A L LFall

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

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17 Nov 2014
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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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17 Nov 2014
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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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17 Nov 2014
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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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17 Nov 2014
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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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17 Nov 2014
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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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17 Nov 2014
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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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17 Nov 2014
62
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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17 Nov 2014
100
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 201Andrew GeminoFall

BUS 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-5: Canadian Wheat Board, Economic Equilibrium, Planned Economy

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20 Nov 2012
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: organization that seeks to earn profits by providing goods and services. Nonprofit organizations: business that does not seek profit. Economic system
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SFUBUS 201Matt MartellFall

BUS 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-6, 9, 10, 13, 15: Corporate Social Responsibility, Consumer Product Safety Act, Purchasing Power Parity

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9 Dec 2016
43
When reading sources learn the perspective of the writer. Get as many different opinions as possible/diff sources. Not fair to ask for face value of in
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SFUBUS 201Gordon ReinFall

BUS 201 Chapter 6: BUS 201 - Ch. 6 notes

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23 Oct 2016
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Managers: the people who plan, organize, lead, and control operations of an organization. Management: the process of planning, organizing, leading and
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SFUBUS 201Gordon ReinFall

BUS 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Telecommuting, Reinforcement, Flextime

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1 Nov 2016
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Employee behaviour: the pattern of actions by the members of an organization that directly or indirectly in uences the organization"s effectiveness: pe
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SFUBUS 201Zorana SvedicFall

BUS 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Daniel Goleman, Quaker Oats Company, Oral-B

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16 Oct 2016
15
Find your strength and know what you should not perform: concentrate on strengths, improve your strengths, discover where your intellectual arrogance i
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SFUBUS 201Gordon ReinFall

BUS 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Market (Place), Root Mean Square, Voice Of The Customer

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4 Oct 2016
54
Distinctions based on wealth: the world bank uses per-capita income (average income per person) to make distinctions among countries: 1. Geographic clu
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SFUBUS 201Peter TinglingFall

BUS 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Unsecured Debt, Callable Bond, Preferred Stock

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15 Aug 2016
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Lo 1 describe the responsibilities of a financial manager. Financial managers = managers responsible for planning and overseeing the financial resource
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SFUBUS 201Andrew GeminoFall

BUS 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Corporate Social Responsibility, Cheque, Accounting

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25 Oct 2013
38
Explain how individuals develop personal ethics & why ethics are important in the workplace. Discuss how the concept of social responsibility applies t
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SFUBUS 201Gordon ReinFall

BUS 201 Chapter 13: BUS 201 - Ch. 13

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13 Nov 2016
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Pricing: determining what a company will receive in exchange for its products. Pricing objectives: the goals hat sellers hope to achieve in pricing pro
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SFUBUS 201Peter TinglingFall

BUS 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Money Supply, La Senza, Purchasing Power Parity

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11 Sep 2014
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Evolving models in video distribution: netflix and beyond. External environment: everything outside an organization"s boundaries that might affect it.
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SFUBUS 201Peter TinglingFall

BUS 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Job Satisfaction, Reinforcement, Equity Theory

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15 Aug 2016
12
Lo 1 identify and discuss the basic forms of behaviour that employees exhibit in organizations. Employee behaviour = pattern of actions by member of an
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SFUBUS 201Zorana SvedicFall

BUS 201 Chapter 15: Chapter 15: Financial Decisions and Risk Management

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4 Dec 2016
6
Lo-1 describe the responsibilities of a financial manager. Financial manager plan and control the acquisition and dispersal of the company"s financial
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