If they are interrupted they could cause major problem for the business. It reminds me for the Y2K scare when people where pulling money out of the banks because they did not know what was going to take place when we turned to 2000. 2. Can any product or service be marketed globally? If it sells in the United States, does it sell in another country?
Do you feel that our nation as a whole would be able to make the necessary changes and be successful if this were to become law? Myself, I have mixed emotions. If there were a time table set up to slowly phase out the automobiles from our country then we would have a greater chance of conforming to these new rulings. On the other hand, if this became effective immediately, I think we will be looking at catastrophic riots to begin with. Once the rioting starts to settle down, we would start to notice a substantial decline in our economy and a very negative effect on everyone’s mental
Would the jobs lost in the closing be the only effect? Explain. The closing of the Coca cola industry would affect the town’s economy because this jobs needs more and more employees so in one way it would affect the people too and another way is that people won’t get the benefit that they were getting, and it would also ruin other business. No the jobs will not be the only problem because of the closing it would also affect people, industries, business, and more.  Give an example, not from the text, of an industry that is likely to locate close to inputs and explain.
This will make Tesco more motivated to achieve their targets and objectives. If Tesco didn’t have a budget within their business, the team wouldn’t have anything to aim for and won’t have any way of knowing how the business is doing. However, if Tesco’s budget is unrealistic or too aspirational then they are likely to give up and not hit the target. Furthermore, if Tesco didn’t have a budget then it’s likely that they’d produce too much stock which most it will be thrown away leading to an increase it waste products and this shows that Tesco is spending way too much money on stock that isn’t needed which is why it’s vital that they create a budget and control their costs. Without a budget, Tesco won’t know how much they spent in
Does O2005 support or impede SK-II's transfer worldwide? There is a dilemma here. On a conceptual strategic level O2005 supports a worldwide rollout. Yet since this rollout seems to still take place and cause more havoc than expected many executives are confused and therefore the potential for failure is enhanced. Thus, even though everyone may have a good intention, the worldwide rollout may fail just for reasons of the putting in practice the O2005 plan, such as – organizational change, changes in management structures and the various implications from operations via marketing to the sales.
At first glance, it seems like a good idea to have the driving age raised to eighteen, but it is not as beneficial as it seems. Nationally, about forty percent of American teen deaths are from motor vehicle crashes, making them a major concern for parents and teens alike, but raising the driving age won’t fix this, and it could actually make this statistic worse. There are good reasons as to why the driving age should not be raised: it is inexperience not young age that causes crashes, parents of minors are allowed to deny their children licenses or permits, and raising the driving age would make it harder to get drivers proper training. It is true that the risk of crashing is higher for the sixteen to eighteen age group than any other. This is the main reason that a lot of people want to have the driving age raised.
Amanda Clifford 1st Mrs. Richardson Buy Nothing Day is intended to solve the growing issue of overconsumption. The holiday proposes the opportunity for excessive consumers to pursue healthier hobbies or lifestyle. Buy Nothing Day shows conventional shoppers of the dangerous obsession it has become in their lives. Though the holiday its self is not well known to mass production nations it would have an overwhelming affect if it were to be implied annually. Ever individual in this consumer society has different position that can be positively influenced by the establishment of this growing holiday.
If the customer service is bad it is more likely that in the future customers will not come back therefore there will be no repeat purchase and when no repeat purchase the income of the business would vary and would be unstable, unstable finance would mean that the business would not be able to operate normally eventually this will lead to close down of the business. This shows that customer service is very important within the business that is why many businesses set customer service as one of their objectives as there cannot be a successful business with poor customer service. This also includes Boots as they state that “our customers are the heart of our business” which shows that they are fully aware that customer service is important to all businesses, but do they really do as they say. Pre- Transactional The Pre- transactional service that Boots gives is
Mr. Wilkes said the organization has serious concerns about the methodology used by the Heart and Stroke Foundation to compile the national pricing report. The foundation recruited volunteers from 66 communities across Canada and told them to shop at national or regional grocery chains - not discount stores - for food items from the national nutritious food basket, a list federal officials created in the past to measure the accessibility and cost of healthy foods. One of the problems Mr. Wilkes cited is that shoppers avoided discount grocery stores, which offer a wide variety of lower-priced healthy food options. It's also unclear whether shoppers purchased any private-label or no-name brands, which are often cheaper than brand-name products. He also said the number of stores sampled - 66 - seems too small to draw conclusions on a national scale.
| Occupy Wall Street Movement | | | | | Discuss the moral and economic implications involved in the movement. The Occupy Wall Street’s movement stands in the moral grounds of: “It’s wrong to wreck the world. It’s wrong to wreck the health and hopes of others. An economic system that forces most of the people to bear the impacts of the recklessness of a few powerful profiteers, to assume the burdens of others’ privilege, and to pay the real costs of destructive industries in the currency of their health and the hopes of their children. They believe that the system disrupts a great planetary cycle that support lives on earth,” (Moore, 2011).