This essay will examine the following aspects of business theory: flexible working; rationalization; disadvantageous effects of employee job insecurity; inadequately skilled employees; theories of motivation; seasonality; stock buffers; and production methods.
This coursework project examines the rivalry between the Coca-Cola company and the Pepsi-Cola company. Conclusions are drawn following a consideration of a number of theoretical business frameworks: product details; current market situations; current initiatives; three-facet models; and Boston matrices.
This essay assesses, analyses, and evaluates whether ‘Easyleisure.com’ would view the economic conditions [as stated in the case study] as an opportunity.
The following topics are addressed in this practice exam: the definition of ‘Ltd’; the exchange rate; redundancy; ‘SWOT’ analysis; expansion into new markets and exporting to foreign shores; and the business effects of an economic upturn.
This article examines the following aspects of the trade cycle: effects of economic recession; definition of ‘consumer durables’; stock level management; business preparation for recession; Government responses to ‘boom and bust’ economies; ‘CBI’ definition; ‘self-fulfilling prophecy’ definition; and the official Government line during an economic recession.
This essay evaluates two aspects of starting up a business: sources of finance and developing an export model.
This essay considers changes in employment type and level, before proposing two measures that the Government could take to prevent/offset 50,000 job losses in the automotive industry.
Two methods that ‘Polar Ices’ could use to tackle its under-utilisation of capacity are *discounting* and *seasonal staffing contracts*.