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    Skills and Knowledge Needed to Work In A Business Environment

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    • Submitted: 27/10/2012
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    How employee performance is managed and measured at a business

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    Roles and Responsibilities of Staff Members at McDonalds.

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    Evaluate the strategies that a business can adopt during a recession

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    Aims of tesco

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    Marketing Management - Swisher Mower and Machine Company.

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    NVQ2 Business and admin assessment 1. Know the employment rights and responsibilities of the employee and employer

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    • Submitted: 11/12/2012
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    • Awarding body: Edexcel (for GCSEs)
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    Describe how political, legal and social factors are impacting upon the business activities of Tescos in the UK and China.

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    • Submitted: 11/10/2012
    • Marked by teacher: (?) Dennis Salter 04/04/2013
    • Awarding body: Edexcel (for A-levels)
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Studying Business Studies will help you to develop an understanding of the commercial world and includes topics such as Marketing, Finance, Organisational Structure and Business Strategy. Using examples from the real world you'll study how businesses plan and implement their operations and how they react to changing economic conditions.

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During the course you will gain valuable skills such as analytical and critical thinking, problem-solving, and decision-making and numeracy, which is of particular importance in understanding business and financial data. As well as being excellent preparation for future employment, A level Business Studiescan act as a valuable grounding for a number of degree courses including Economics, Business and Accountancy.

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  • To what extent does the use of a business plan guarantee success?

    "Conclusion In the end, choosing whether or not to write a business plan or have one written is a choice you, as the business owner, can make. While there are some disadvantages to a business plan, you may have no choice but to have one in the long run. If you can self-finance the business, this becomes less of a necessity, but very few people can do it."

  • In This unit I am gong analyse the product knowledge required by employees of the organisation. The organisation that I am going to analyse is Alton Towers.

    "Conclusion From my research I have found out a great deal about how Alton Towers runs its park. From my research I have examined the secondary research methods used by Alton Towers. From my secondary research I believe that the most effective type of method to delivery product knowledge is the use of the Alton Towers website. This is because it can be easily updated and changed to suit customer types or any up and coming events. I believe it is a quick and good method of delivering product knowledge as the amount of people that have access to a computer is constantly growing. I have concluded that Alton Towers has excellent product knowledge and that the majority of its staff where able to deliver accurate and reliable answers to any of the questions that I asked members of staff. From my research I conclude that the most affective type of primary research undertaken to get up to date product knowledge from staff is questionnaires. The only problem with this is that it is time consuming to find a member of staff and ask several questions. This type of research is affective if a person needs to know one or two questions but to find out lots of product knowledge I would recommend an educational talk."

  • With reference to the car market, discuss the case for and against engaging in niche marketing as distinct from mass marketing.

    "In conclusion, the most effective market for the motor industry is the mass market which is the volume car produces because there are many people who are interested in purchasing cars at affordable prices than for higher prices from the luxury car produces. This means the mass market are more likely to become successful as a whole because there will always be people who will be interested in purchasing affordable prices cars than for high end cars who generally cater fewer customers. Therefore, since there will be on-going purchases from the volume car producers they're likely going to become much more successful than the luxury car producers."

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