An Overview of Contract: Offer and Acceptance, Premium, Benefit, and Mistake

An Overview of Contract: Offer and Acceptance, Premium, Benefit, and Mistake

Offer and Acceptance A contract is a legally enforceable agreement: it is ‘a promise or set of promises for the breach of which the law gives a remedy, or the performance of which the law in some way recognises as a duty’. For an insurance contract, as with any contract, there must be agreement between the parties on the p…

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The History of the Bagel Balls of the Oleksak and the Growing Business of Bantam Bagel

Starting your day with a bagel and cream cheese is always a classic. Bagels an American all-time favorite, originally from Poland and were brought to the East Coast of United States of America by Jewish immigrants. Once in America, the doughy delicious food, spread across the country like a wild fire. Then, the Oleksak chan…

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The Suggestion of Chris Prangel to Start a Marketing Campaign to Launch Mountain Man Light

Q1: What is Chris Prangel considering doing? Why is he considering this option? [Chris Prangel is a recent MBA student who is taking over the job of marketing operations for Mountain Man Beer Company. Mountain Man Beer Compnay has been known as “West Virginia’s Beer” and has a target market of blue collar, middle age me…

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A Research on the Resistance to Organizational Change

Resistance to Organizational Change: Linking Research and Practice Researchers have been conducting studies on the resistance to change in a numerous amount of companies such as Deloitt, and Bovey and Hede for many decades. Resistance is viewed as multi-dimensional involving how individuals behave in response to change a…

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The Life in Business of Greg Hicks

Greg Hicks We had the pleasure of having Greg Hicks come in and talk to us about his life in business. He made it very clear from the beginning that the only way to get somewhere in business is having a strong work ethic and went on to describes small jobs that he had at the young age of 12. He described how having a bus…

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The Purpose and Benefits of Implementing the Enterprise Resource Planning System (ERP) in an Organization

INTRODUCTION Today’s business operating activities are extremely complicated and enterprises soon have recognized the advantage of providing the right information at the right time. It helps to building relationships between different departments, increase the speed of data flow, expand productivity and work efficiency. F…

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The Challenge and Importance of Managing Cash Flow in an Expanding Business

I. INTRODUCTION An expanding business offers the potential for numerous growth
opportunities. Employees benefit from business growth through increased
earnings and promotions. Customers benefit from expanded products and
services. Owners benefit through increased profit potential. Society
benefits through the new jobs crea…

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The Response of Marianne Barner to the Invitation for IKEA

How should Marianne Barner respond to the invitation for IKEA to have a representative appear on the upcoming broadcast of the German video program? German video program was not the first time IKEA had faced with the child labor issue. In fact, in December 1989, the U.N Convention on the Rights of the Child had been publi…

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An Analysis of the Management of the Global Team of James

Question 1: How well has James managed his global team? According to the article “8 Tips for Managing Your Team Effectively” and case study “Managing a Global Team: Greg James at Sun Microsystems, Inc. (A)” we would like to indicate some key points that James did as a manager of his global team as below: First, he set hi…

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A Study on the Power of Branding and the Levendary Cafe’s Venture into the Chinese Market

Question 1: What is your evaluation of the way Levendary Cafe has entered the Chinese market? Levendary Café grew into a huge business from what the founder, Howard Leventhal began with. The US based brand wanted to expand to the enticing Chinese market, as it is one of the largest markets in the world. With a GDP growth o…

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The Issues of Leadership Traits and Behaviors in the Case of Consolidated Products

The case of Consolidated Products brings up many interesting issues when it comes to leadership traits and behaviors. We are given details about two plant managers, Ben Samuels and Phil Jones. Ben was more concerned with his employees and Phil was focused on the bottom line. This is a case of two unwavering extremes, and ne…

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Organizational Behavior: How the Deepwater Horizon Incident Could Have Been Avoided

The Deepwater Horizon incident could have been avoided. There were two teams working on the oil rig at the time. There were plenty of warning signs in the hours leading up to the tragedy and environmental disaster. So, what went wrong? In hindsight, the decisions that were made prior to the incident could obviously have be…

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A Research on Ron Johnson’s Administration as CEO of JCPenney

Abstract This paper gives a brief look into Ron Johnson’s tenure as CEO of JCPenney. It shows the contrast of the culture at the company before and after his arrival. Johnson was not a good fit for the existing corporate culture and did little to engage employees. In the end his time at JCPenney became a cautionary tale i…

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The Heroics of Sullenberger and the Traits in My Management Career

Sullenberger is a hero in the eyes of many. His quick thinking on that day in January of 2009 saved many lives and prevented tragedy. Sullenberger can also be viewed as both a leader and a manager. He took control of that flight in the minutes after takeoff and guided them to a safe landing in the Hudson River. A leader i…

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The Life and Business Ventures of Richard Branson

Richard Branson is name that most people know. He is the self-made billionaire from the UK. He has gained a reputation as a risk taker. He faces challenges head-on and thinks outside the box. Branson’s upbringing probably has a lot to do with who he is today as a business man, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. His ideals in…

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Understanding the Meaning of Leadership

What does it mean to be a leader? There are many answers to this question. Recently, I interviewed a colleague/subordinate of mine to find his views on leadership and gain an insight into his leadership style. Interviewed (____name____), who is the Director of Security at (____facility____). Before getting into his person…

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An Opinion on the Salary Increase Request of Ms. Charlotte Forsythe

Ms. Forsythe has proven to be a valuable asset to King Conductors (King-Con) this past year (Daft, 2018, p.255). Her recent request for increased compensation is a double-edged sword. It may allow you to keep her under your employment, but it may also lead to resentment from other employees (Daft, 2018, p. 255). Charlotte…

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The Importance of Effectively Monitoring Market Trends

This is a management policy that tends to supports long term business goals and outcomes with a strategic overall framework. According to UK’s labor market statistics, the labor market showed signs of slowing down as the number of people in work declined and the wage growth slowed. The number of people in employment fell by…

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The Changes in the Fundamentals of Management Throughout History

Today’s leaders in the workforce face different kinds of dilemmas when it comes to keeping employees happy and satisfied with their jobs. The methods that once kept workers satisfied in their workplace, do not necessarily work for all of today’s workforce. This is due to the diversity in the workforce consistently broadeni…

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The Importance of a Competitive Market Strategy

PAGE 403 1,3,5 1) If there was zero transportation costs, no trade barriers, and nontrivial differences between nations with regard to factor conditions, then firms that produce products most efficiently will be placed out of the country that provide the greatest set of factor conditions. When assuming location economies,…

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The Seven Sources of Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, My Impression of Tony Hsieh, and the Role and Innovation of Robert Noyce

1. According to Drucker, what are the sources of innovation? According to Drucker there are seven sources on Innovation. Those being Unexpected Occurrences, Incongruities, Process Needs, Industry and Market Changes, Demographic Change, Changes in Perception, and New Knowledge. He described Unexpected Occurrences as a time…

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Tort Laws and the Different Business Laws for Running an Organization

Organization type At the startup of House and Holmes, it was decided that a Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) was the best organization type for Chuck and Ben to start their House and Holmes Company. However, now that they have taken on business loans, have hired a crew, and increased their assets, it is now in their bes…

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The Factors Affecting a Successful Team Management

As the business world moves closer and closer to the globalization of businesses, it is important to overcome the challenges of team and group diversity. Management man-hours for projects IBM devotes approximately 180,000 management hours per year to manage team projects. 180,000 hours per year divided by 40 hours a week…

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The Different Theories for Motivating an Employee

Motivating employees to give their all to get work done for the company is never a simple task. However there are good ideas and theories to accomplish the task of getting employees motivated. The self-determination theory The first theory to recognize is the self-determination theory. According to Stephen P. Robbins, t…

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An Analysis of the Factors That Contribute to Theft in the Workplace

Theft in the workplace Organizational behavior is the scientific research of “employees’ feelings and attitudes, their motivations and perceptions, the effect of working in groups and teams, and of organizational communications and conflicts, and the importance of effective leadership behavior.” (South University Online,…

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