* Inventory samples. Prepare marketing material to drive sales. * Calculate sales quotas and understand how many scripts are needed to hit each quarterly goal. Break it down to a weekly number if possible.
Week 5- Weekly Reflection- Team C Martez Blackmon, Rhonda Mayer, Stephen Ping & Danya Ramos BIS/320 Professor Rubin Throughout the weeks our team has recognized the effects and methods to managing the system development within our bookstore. It’s true that the bookstore has endured growing pains of ways to better secure their information as well as the sensitive information of their customers. Our team has analyzed better ways to conduct our business as well as the processing methods that will be improved to meet our needs. By examining our business process we had to identify the functions that were causing problems or raising cost, rising risks or basically wasting time.
Simulation Review Paper Kimberly Roehler HCS 405 September 26, 2011 Sandra DiPietro Simulation Review This is a stimulation review of a cardiac care unit that is facing working capital shortages. As the lead financial consultant brought into address the financial indicators and evaluate to bring working capital back to in order at the Elijah Heart Center (EHC). The other financial analyst will focused around addressing issues as they relate to this particular cardiac care unit; what funding can be acquired to garner medical equipment; what funds can be used for capital expansion; finally a summation of findings and a conclusion of what the overall stimulation showed, in regards to how through the analyst were.
This rotation, I participated in a Peace Committee Simulation, reenacting the Camp Grant situation in 1871. This was a four day simulation. The first day was a planning day, in groups, where we worked on our position papers and learned the views of the nation we were representing. (For this specific problem) I represented the USA with Megan and Julia. We had to represent both how the settlers and the US government felt about the situation at Camp Grant. However, during the planning day, we came up with a long term solution for the Apache and O’odham who were living in Camp Grant.
“Representing over 20 percent of the U.S. Gross Domestic Product and accounting for approximately $1.5 trillion in revenue, health care is the single largest industry in the U.S. today.” (University of Phoenix, 2015). However, it is a vulnerable industry. The facility we are looking at is in New York, where the third highest losses in the country occur because of numerous problems dealing with Medicare and Medicaid reimbursements, cuts in funding, and pressures for discounted managed care, amongst others. The facility is called Elijah Heart Center (EHC). First we looked at the capital shortage because in an emergency, the hospital might not have enough cash to sustain itself. The challenge was to decide on the best strategy to solve the
Advertising We decided to increase Allround’s pricing by no more than $0.10 per period with a final price of $5.70. As it relates to Allround + we took a bigger risk, increasing price by $0.75 with a final pricing of $6.05. The results did not prove to be as favorable as we would have liked. Although sales increased, our net income, stocks and share of manufacturer sales fluctuated throughout the simulation. Some of the decisions made did not always prove favorable, for our team, Allround went from $102.1M to $148.6M in unit sales and $355.3M to $537.8M in sales. (See figure 1). Allround + went from $7.4M to $38.6M in unit sales and grew from $24.2 to $109.8M in
Nasir Jones was at home with his 2 kids while they were playing a variety of games. Nasir never played monopoly before and all of a sudden he was very interested. He worked for a credit union. He worked for Leaders credit union in Jackson. He has been working there for only 1 month. Credit unions provide a safe place to save and borrow and reasonable rates. Credit unions are a co-op, they benefit each member and are controlled by each and every member. So his kids Ty, Chandler, and Clark let their father play monopoly with them.
The Constructit Company The plan that fits Constructit is the Castor Enhanced Minor plan because the plan has lower risks by including fewer services. The premium being charged to constructit is
Legally a minor cannot own any stock without parental supervision. But as far as what I think is the right time for someone to invest all depends on the person. Obviously if our country goes into another Great Depression then you should take all your money out that you can. As long as the person's mature enough to be gambling with money, is okay to lose the money they put in, and is mostly debt free then they should invest, in stocks that is. A lot of people have the misconception that buying stocks is all about timing. Which this is true if your wanting to earn some cash quickly, but as long you've done your research on a company staying for the long haul is the way to go. Over a long period of time the compound return on a smart investment will add up nicely.
Assessment Introduction This assignment evaluates the performance of team Baldwin around the success in managing the company over five rounds of the simulation. The assessment will be focused on the round analysis areas with key attention on inventory, profit and contribution margin, emergency loans, and stock price. In
Amazon.com Case Analysis Internal & External Matrix, Matrix Analysis and TOWS Summary, and Quantitative Strategic Planning Matrix Executive Summary This case analysis serves the purpose to provide an analytical framework to evaluate Amazon.com from an internal and external perspective, and to provide strategic direction based upon the internal and external evaluation. The case will begin with an introduction to Amazon.com.
Since the expected standard deviation is twice the standard deviation of the forecast samples, we can find the proportion of the time that the actual value of demand will be within a certain range. Because of our k value, our orders are all around 1 standard deviation below the mean, meaning that about 12% of the actual observations will fall below these orders. In that case, Sport Obermeyer would lose money based on the extra units. If demand falls less than 600 units above the initial order, we have a similar problem in the second ordering stage - Obermeyer cannot effectively adjust its order size to fit the reevaluated demand. Based on the cost of each item, which we ignored in our analysis, we could calculate the expected over-ordering from each item and find the ideal level, similar to the outside analysis that we found.