Chapter 4 know generally the steps of the planning process know what a situational analysis is know what a goal is and be able to recognize what SMART is know what a plan is and know the difference between single use, standing, and contingency plans know what a scenario is know the strategic planning terms (e.g., strategic planning, strategic goals, strategy, tactical planning, operational planning) know what tactical planning and operational planning are know what areas are found on a balanced scorecard (e.g., financial, customer, process, people/learning) know what strategic management is know what a SWOT analysis is, what the letters stand for, and which elements are internal (internal resource analysis) and which are external (environmental analysis) know what mission and strategic vision are know who is included in the term stakeholders know generally what happens in an environmental analysis know the terms resources, core competencies, and benchmarking know what corporate strategy is and the difference between concentration, vertical integration, concentric diversification, and conglomerate diversification know what business strategy is and the two main strategies, low-cost and differentiation know what functional strategy is know what strategic control is know the categories of and how to apply the Boston Consulting Group matrix Chapter 5 know the meaning of values, ethics, ethical issue, business ethics, moral philosophy know what universalism is know what teleology is, egoism, utilitarianism, and deontology know what relativism, virtue ethics, and Kohlberg's model are. Know the three stages and be generally familiar with what each stage is like know that companies have an ethical climate and generally what some danger signs might be know what prompted the Sarbanes-Oxley Act to be passed know what ethics codes are supposed to do and the difference between compliance-based and integrity-based programs know what corporate social responsibility is as well as the other responsibilities (economic, legal, ethical, philanthropic) know what transcendant education is be aware of the argument concerning social responsibility v. shareholder responsibility and what Milton Friedman thought about it know that the political environment may give a competitive advantage to green companies know what ecocentric management is and what sustainable growth and life-cycle analysis mean Appendix B not being tested Appendix C have a general understanding Chapter 6 know what the European Union is and how it has affected world trade know the impact of NAFTA and the potential impact of FTAA know who the four dragons are and what APEC and ASEAN are know generally the trends in world trade know what Foreign Direct Investment is and some of our major partners know that universal needs and pressure to reduce costs drive the pressure for Global Integration know what local
Study Guide for Exam 1
I. Argument Identification: Be able to determine if a passage has an argument in it. If it does, you will be asked to underline the conclusion and circle the relevant indicator words. (You’ll find practice exercises on Blackboard.)
a. Premise Indicators – These words usually, but not always, indicate that what follows is a premise. The statement that comes after one of these words or phrases will usually be a premise (evidence) that supports a conclusion. (Note:…
Study Guide for Exam 1 – HIT 102
What is connectivity between computer systems?
Capacity of health record systems to provide communication linkages and allow the exchange of health record data among information systems; Its’ linkage between the systems to enable information exchange.
What are institutional users are and be able to identify some of them.
Healthcare delivery organizations
1. Provide services
2. Evaluate and monitor use of resources
3. Seek reimbursement
Psychology 101, Exam #1, Study Guide
In preparing for this exam, be sure to review the following. Be able to define these concepts, describe them, explain them, and discuss them. This list is a guide and is not meant to indicate that I will not ask about anything else which we studied in class or which you read in the book. This list covers the MAIN POINTS.
1. Different types of mental health professionals, such as psychiatrists, social workers
A psychiatric social worker is trained in…
Social Problems Exam 1 Study Guide
• A social problem is a social condition that a segment of society views as harmful to members of society and in need of remedy.
• An institution is an established and enduring pattern of social relationships.
o The five traditional institutions are:
• An ascribed status is one that society assigns to an individual on the basis of factors over which the individual has no control.
MANGT 596 – BGS
Reading Outline and Study Guide for Exam 1
Key Concepts: Most of the test will come from the key concepts. Distinguished by **
Key Definitions distinguished by *
Chapter 1 – The Business & Society Relationship relatively low emphasis
1. Business and Society
a. Business: Defined*
May be defined as the collection of private, commercially oriented (profit oriented) organizations, ranging in size from one-person proprietorships to corporate giants.
Study Guide for MIS6319 Exam 1
Looking at the class our focus has mainly been in the Integrated Business Process with ERP Systems by Magal and Word.
Please review the Movie "Louisville Bats Basic ERP Concepts" which ties into chapter 1. There will be questions on these. Please review your movie notes.
You also looked at the Digital Hospital Movie at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4wjZTSMS5QA
This movie ties into both Chapter 2 and 4. There will be questions on these. Please review your movie…
Marketing Concept | Satisfaction of customer needs and wants |
Market Research | The systematic and objective process of gathering, recording, and analyzing data for aid in making marketing decisions-helps implement marketing concept-provides managers with continuous info needed to determine 4 p’s 1.) broad general scope- all disciplines dealing with data2.) systematic- follows the scientific method, measurable and repeatable3.) objective |
Role of Marketing Research | -effective…
EXAM #1 REVIEW
Review of Selected Economic Factors
* Opportunity Cost
* Absolute and Comparative Advantage
* Demand and Supply
* Price elasticity of Demand
* Relationship between price, price elasticity and demand, and total revenue
* Concept of Production Function
* Marginal Revenue Product = marginal factor cost – rule for determining how much resource input to employ
Factors Influencing Behavior of Sports Franchises
* Goals/objectives (maximize profits or…
Exam 1 Review Sheet
Chapter 1: Chemistry: The Science of Change
know how many significant digits are present in a number
be able to carry out a mathematical problem and report an answer with the correct number of significant digits
Chapter 2: Atoms and the Periodic Table
know Dalton’s Postulates and understand them
understand Thomson’s model for an atom
understand what Millikan did
understand Rutherford’s model for an atom…
Criminal law vs civil law
What constitutes a crime? Why would we consider something a crime? It’s a harm to society.
Criminal deals with establishing standards for SOCIALLY ACCEPTABLE BEHAVIOR. Not cool to kill/steal from people. What happens when the criminal law is violated – jail time.
Whats the standard of proof when it comes to criminal law? Beyone reasonable doubt. Reasonable evidence to support your claim.
The state vs. someone
CIVIL LAW – person vs. person ESTABLISH A STANDARD OF…