Management of logistics activities and costs including customer service, Inventory, transportation, lot quantity costs, warehousing, and information systems. INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Michael Knemeyer Fisher Hall, 548 (614) 292-2507 (office) (614) 292-0879 (fax) (937) 532-3036 (cell) E-mail: email@example.com Class Website: https://carmen.osu.edu OFFICE HOURS: By appointment. Required Text: Contemporary Logistics Management, 10th Edition, Murphy and Wood, (Prentice Hall, 2010); ISBN 13 978-0-13-611077-0, Retail 87.10 - $207.05 (OSU Bookstore; www.ohiostate.bkstore.com), $36.76 - $133.17 (Amazon; www.amazon.com) Additional course materials including PowerPoint slides, assignments and outside readings will be available either from Carmen (https://carmen.osu.edu/), Business Source Complete (http://library.ohio-state.edu/screens/databases.html) or as class handouts. Course To provide an understanding of the key logistics concepts and the ObjectiveS: issues affecting the movement and storage of goods. Particular
UNIVERSITY OF WALES, NEWPORT NEWPORT BUSINESS SCHOOL Course Title: CBA / MBA Module Title: Financial Analysis Module number: G106653 Module tutors: George Salijeni/David Orford Submission details: • Issued to students: W/C 12th October 2009 • Submitted to Business School : 16th November 2009 ____________________________________________________________ __ Assignment Title: Analysis of the Annual Report & Accounts Assignment number: 1 of 1 Learning Outcomes covered:.  Knowledge  Research  Critical thinking  Argument Development  Communication  Key skills Activity: See attached assignment Assessment Criteria: This assignment (which is an INDIVIDUAL assignment) contributes a maximum of 50% of the total marks for the module. Retrieval task: A further assignment Plagiarism and unfair practice It is dishonest not to acknowledge the work of other people and you open yourself up to the accusation of plagiarism. The text of this assignment must be in your own words (not even a sentence or phrase should be taken from another source unless this source is referenced or the phrase placed in quotes). For more information in respect of plagiarism please refer to the University Assessment Regulations at the following web address: http://quality.newport.ac.uk FINANCIAL ANALYSIS IN-COURSE ASSIGNMENT ANALYSIS OF THE ANNUAL REPORT & ACCOUNTS Requirement Carry out a critical analysis of the 2009 annual report and accounts of Tesco Plc.
PAD 530 Assignment 2: Evaluation of Agency’s Public Personnel Administration http://homeworktimes.com/downloads/pad-530-assignment-2-evaluation-of-agencys-public-personnel-administration-2/ Due Week 4 and worth 180 points Refer to the Scenario for Assignments 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 Write a four to five (4-5) page paper in which you: Revise the previous assignment based on your professor’s feedback. Analyze the organizational design of the selected agency’s human resource management in relationship to the entire organization. Assess its strengths and weaknesses. (Title this section Organizational Design) Assess the agency in terms of its global or international linkages, highlighting its application of theory to its approach to personnel management. (Title this section Global Linkages and Personnel Management) Analyze at least three (3) of the major components of the agency’s human resource system’s goals and practices regarding the recruitment and hiring of a qualified workforce.
In the assigned case, we study two divisions of AIFS; a College division, a High School Travel Division, and the possible consequences to AIFS’s business exposure with respect to the fluctuations in foreign currency values and other factors. The College division and the High School Travel Division, service approximately 25,000 US students with the bulk of the students traveling to Europe or the United Kingdom. AIFS provides a catalog where one could chose the study-exchange program of one’s choice (with approximately 35, 000 different prices).The pricing for the College division was based on an academic planning year, from July 1 to June 30 – (summer, and Fall/Spring catalog). The High School Travel Division pricing was organized on a calendar year basis running from January to December (Fall Catalog). In addition, AIFS had a guaranteed price policy - in other words; prices would not change before the next catalog was sent out.
Clearwater Technologies Case Study Analysis Nehal Shah, Marina Koroleva, Slavko Kupcevic 1. Executive Summary This case is about deciding the pricing strategy for the 10–seat and 20-seat upgrades to the QTX product line at Clearwater Technologies. To start with, Clearwater Technologies Inc., founded by four MIT graduates, is a small, publicly traded technology firm building Customer Relationship Management (CRM) servers for sales staffs of small-sized to medium-sized companies. The company customizes QTX product line that holds 70% of its mature market share. QTX allows multiple users to maintain their sales account databases covering contact information, quote histories, copies of all communications, and links to the customer's corporate database for shipping records.
PEPSICO CORPORATION STOCK ANALYSIS Presented by: St. John’s University Undergraduate Student Managed Investment Fund April 29, 2003 Recommendation: Purchase 400 shares of PepsiCo stock at market order Industry: Food and Beverage Kristopher Cartagena – firstname.lastname@example.org Dion Demetropoulos – Ddeme829@aol.com Tenisha Martin – email@example.com Share Data: Price - $42.65 Date – April 25, 2003 Target Price - $50.65 52 Week Price Range - $53.23 - $34.00 Market Capitalization – 74.5 billion Shares Outstanding – 1.72 billion Revenue 2002 – $25.112 billion Stock Chart: Fundamentals: P/E 2002 – 22x P/E 2003 – 19x Earnings Per Share Estimate: EPS 2003E = $2.28 EPS 2003 Consensus = $2.20 EPS 2004E = $2.45 EPS 2004 Consensus = $2.44 MEMORANDUM TO: FROM: Student Managed Investment Fund St. John’s University Kristopher Cartagena Dion Demetropoulos Tenisha Martin April 29, 2003 ANALYSIS OF PEPSICO STOCK AS AN UNDERVALUED SECURITY DATE: SUBJECT: This is the research report that was requested on January 23, 2003 about PepsiCo stock and whether it should be incorporated in to the Student Managed Investment Fund. The analysis was done primarily through secondary research. The analysis revealed that PepsiCo’s stock is currently undervalued at $42.65, as of April 25, 2003. We used a relative valuation model, and determined PepsiCo’s target price to be $50.65. In addition, we used a multi-stage dividend discount model, and determined the stock’s intrinsic value to be $56.83.
ACCG224- Intermediate Financial Accounting Case Study Assignment-Semester 2, 2010. This assignment has two questions. The total marks for these two questions are 45 marks. These 45 marks will be converted to 15 marks (15%) of your final grading assessment. Please read the pages 7 and 8 of the unit outline.
[Title of Your Assignment] Student name Professor’s name Course: University Date: 1. Gallup Poll A Gallup poll is one of our national polls and being this is an election year, can be seen regularly in regard to our presidential candidates. To clarify, Johnson and Bhattacharyya (2010), authors of our text Statistics: Principles & Methods, state that a Gallup poll “produces estimates of the percentage of popular vote for each candidate based on interviews with a minimum of 1500 adults” (p. 4). The latest Gallup poll I found was from gallup.com which is currently tracking our candidates. Here are the results from today’s poll.
(6 marks) 1 City University London Intermediate Macroeconomics 1 Joe Pearlman c) Sketch the Laﬀer curve for values of t from 0 to 1. (4 marks) d) If G=1/6, ﬁnd the two values of l and t that satisfy this requirement. (4 marks) Question 3: (a) Download the US index of industrial production (IIP) on a monthly basis from http://research.stlouisfed.org/fred2/series/INDPRO/downloaddata?cid=3 and US M2 from http://research.stlouisfed.org/fred2/series/M2/downloaddata?cid=29 (b) Calculate the % year-to-year growth rates in each series, and graph them using a time series plot and a scatter plot (4 marks) (c) Are they positively
Journal of Education for Business; Jan/Feb2008, Vol. 83 Issue 3, p147-152, 6p, 1 Chart. Retrieved from http://web.ebscohost.com/ehost/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?hid=7&sid=2eb08f08-6338-4b77-9193-45add548c475%40sessionmgr14&vid=2 This article by Smith and Mitry (2008) addresses via analytical inquiry the cost and quality of online teaching in college education. These authors are doctors in their respective fields at National University, and this article was published in a peer-reviewed journal. Using a variety of different scientific tools Smith and Mitry (2008) clearly explain the problems, illuminate the solutions, and discuss, imply, and recommend ways to help online education realize its true potential.