The Importance of Budgeting in Every Organization

Budget is defined as a financial plan meant for a specified period of time. It estimates cash flows, expenditure as well as outlining organizational strategic plans in measurable terms. Therefore the budget, therefore, gives detailed information on how various capital has been allocated for specified purpose regarding the different proposals provided. Budgeting is an essential … Read more

The Success of Coca-Cola in the Soft Drink Market

In the years between 1975 and 1993, the Coca Cola Company posted an average return on equity of 30.5%. Similarly, PepsiCo Inc. recorded an average return on equity of 21.2%. Although these figures likely include the return form non-soft drink operations (it’s difficult to tell from the available information in the Yoffee and Foley case), … Read more

Accounting industry

Accounting is a system by which financial information is identified, recorded, analysed, summarized, and reported for the use of decision makers. Put simply, accounting is the language of business. An accounting system tracks down all the financial activities of an organization (whether it’s the great Fortune 500 company, a small independent book publisher, a non-profit … Read more

The Issue Of Conflict In Selected American Short Stories Of 20th Century

In literature, authors set the main characters up for different challenges that they will have to overcome throughout the story. Many of these stories have similar conflicts that can be compared and contrasted to one another. The protagonists in “The Story of an Hour” by Kate Chopin, “A Worn Path,” by Eudora Welty, “A Rose … Read more

Airbnb: What Is it?

Airbnb is an online marketplace that enables people to list and rent rooms in their flat or home to travelers. Budget travelers choose Airbnb because it’s usually cheaper than a hotel and gives them an opportunity to know local culture by staying with local people. Airbnb shows no sign of slowing down. More and more … Read more

The strengths of employees

Employers evaluate the strengths of employees when making decisions for promotions, pay raises and participation on special projects. Exhibiting the strengths an employer values can help workers advance in their careers. Workers seeking a new position should highlight activities that illustrate the strengths, such as leading a group or work on team projects. Flexibility Flexibility … Read more


Existing System 1The present logistics systems of the three Services remain separate and there is considerable scope to improve the delivery of logistic support through better inter-Service arrangements. A number of steps have already been undertaken to effect inter-Service cooperation in the field of logistics and to rationalise single-Service logistic areas. The Joint Administration Planning … Read more

Toshiba financial politics

There are a lot of companies that aren’t being honest with their financials. Some are still committing fraud today hoping not to get caught. With all the deception that has happened in the last few years, I decided on researching and writing about Toshiba’s accounting scandal that was uncovered in 2015. Toshiba was understating their … Read more

Centralized Vs. Decentralized

The development or growth of a company depends with the strength of managerial staff and employees who help the management to provide career development. Another way of maintaining managerial integrity is a hierarchy, the hierarchy of authority is very important in an organisation. The system in an organisation is divided into two types centralized and … Read more

AT&T Company Analysis

Organization History The telephone was a creation by Alexander Graham in the year 1876 with the careful advisory of his financial associates Gardiner Hubbard and Thomas Sanders. Their innovation and success eventually manifested into the AT&T Company during the year 1885, and it acted as Bell’s secondary to plan and build the first operational long-distance … Read more

How Social Media Has Changed Marketing?

What is social media? Internet based life is PC based innovation that gives offices like the creation and sharing of data, thoughts, profession interests and different types of articulation through virtual networks and systems. The assortment of remain solitary and implicit web based life benefits as of now accessible presents difficulties of definition. Numerous individuals … Read more

What is DSDM?

DSDM used to stand for ‘Dynamic Systems Development Method’ but as the method became widely used in areas that were not solely for I.T. and ‘systems development’ it was decided to drop the acronym. DSDM does not stand for anything anymore although the strapline of ‘Driving Strategy, Delivering More’ often appears. DSDM has been developed … Read more

Intellectual property rights

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT It was indeed an oppo?tunity fo? me to visit “Amity Unive?sity of O?ganic ag?icultu?e” and p?epa?e a p?oject ?epo?t on the same du?ing the p?og?amme BSc. Ag?icultu?e and Food Business (Sem.III). I have lea?nt many inte?esting things about this topic, which is based on seconda?y info?mation, ?equi?es data gathe?ing f?om many sou?ces such as … Read more

A sales folder printing

A sales folder printing can be a salespersons’ best friend. These informative folders printing offers businesses a reason to call potential client for a meeting. It makes a first professional impression and leaves more than just a calling card behind. Furthermore, smart business leaves or sends them after a meeting. That printing folder would keep … Read more

My first day of work

Names are forgotten, faces become blur, memories fade away. Time does that, I thought with time her memory would fade away, but it did not! The days that followed were busy and my mind occupied, but I couldn’t help it when every now and then I would stop everything I was doing and think about … Read more

Impact of marketing on society 

Impact of marketing on society definition of marketing Marketing is the performance of business activities that direct the flow of goods and services from producer to consumer. – report of definition Committee of American marketing associations Marketing is a total system of interacting business activities designed to plan, price, promote and distribute want-satisfying products and … Read more

Starbucks Business Model

Starbucks Corporation is an American company, which was founded in March 1971 by three people who met in college (Baldwin, Siegl and Bowker). Although its headquarter is based in Seattle, Washington, the company operates in more than 23,700 locations worldwide as of 2016 with more than 22 billion USD in sales. Starbucks considers itself as … Read more

Operations strategy

An operations strategy is the structure upon which an organization determines how it arranges and uses its resources in order to maintain a competitive advantage. It is a formulated framework consisting of two elements. The structural element contains components like location and size of the organization, whereas the infrastructural element focuses more on aspects like … Read more

Behind McDonald’s Ads

In recent years advertising has played a big part in our community of people today, everywhere we go we will find products being told to individuals on print, television, radio, online pages, and large boards for posting advertising. The nourishment and drink industry around the world has perceived kids, adolescents, and adults as a predominant … Read more

Performance and compensation management

Performance Management explains your interaction with the employee at each stage of the path between these important life cycle events. Performance management gives you an opportunity to communicate with a job opportunity. Role of performance management in HR: Create a clear job description using the employee recruitment plan that identifies the selection team. Fill out … Read more

Starbucks case

Coming to the social media, Starbucks makes a really virtuous use of the social media as its marketing strategy. The first and foremost thing they did was to offer free Wi-Fi to its customers. When anyone talks about social media, Facebook, instagram comes in mind. So therefore, in 2008, Starbucks made their Facebook page and … Read more

IBM: A Study of the Business Strategies Used

When IBM first stated to expand internationally before Palmisano was there and it did so in the classic international pattern of many enterprises. IBM during that time undertook most of its activities from home and sold most of its products internationally through overseas sales offices. But Palmisano joined IBM in 1972 and it moved away … Read more

Strategy for negotiating with an uncooperative, intransigent opponent according to: In Getting Past No

In Getting Past No, William and Ury presents a five-step strategy for negotiating with an uncooperative, intransigent opponent. People may behave badly in negotiations out of anger or fear, because they don’t know any more effective way to behave, because they don’t see any benefit from negotiating, or because they see asserting their own power … Read more

Executive Home Care Franchising LLC v. Marshall Health Corp

In the case Executive Home Care Franchising LLC v. Marshall Health Corp., the Third Circuit deliberated on the district court’s denial of injunctive relief requested by the Executive Home Care Franchising LLC. Executive Care is best described as a home health care franchisor. The franchisees entered into a franchise contract with Executive Care in February … Read more

The effects of the Market Revolution from 1800 through 1860

Document 1- Lagonda Agricultural Works Print: Features the reaper, from the 1830s, in Springfield Ohio. The print is probably an advertisement for the reaper, with the purpose of promoting it to farmers and visually depicting its form and function in order for them to want to use it for efficiency and greater bounties. Document 2- … Read more

Operational risk

Operational risk is a risk of loss resulting from inadequate or failed internal processes, people and systems or from external events. It includes legal risk, but excludes strategic and reputational risk. Operational risk management has always been a complex function for banks. Today the scope of regulatory compliance and risk management has become much broader, … Read more

Future of CRE Underwriting

You may be a one-man broker shop, a mid-size debt fund or an underwriter working with a large lender. Either way, you understand the importance of correctly extracting key financials from property historical, rent roll and other third-party reports to prepare a loan sizing file. There’s a lot of heavy lifting to be done and … Read more

Swedish multinational manufacturing company Volvo Group

The Volvo Group is a Swedish multinational manufacturing company headquartered in Gothenburg. While its core activity is the production, distribution and sale of trucks, buses and construction equipment, Volvo also supplies marine and industrial drive systems and financial services. In 2016, there are 94,914 of employees and it was the world’s second largest manufacturer of … Read more

Getting to Yes

Getting to Yes The most common form of negotiation involves successively taking on and giving up positions. Positional bargaining is an inefficient means of reaching to an agreement and the agreements usually neglect the interest of the parties involved. It encourages stubbornness and so tends to harm the relationship between both the parties. A good … Read more

PESTLE Analysis Of Aviva Company

Aviva was established in 2000 through the merger of two British insurance firms with heritage of over 300 years, however the name Aviva wasn’t implemented until 2002. Aviva operates globally and is the UKs largest insurer employing 30,021 people, with 14,600 of those being in the UK (Aviva, 2018a). They provide platforms for protection through … Read more

How to be an effective Leader

Leadership means different things to different people around the world, and different things in different situations. To a child a leader might be a heroic character, always over coming evil and helping to better the world. For a teenager this may be an explorer, surviving more realistic danger in the jungle, leading their crew to … Read more