5 edition of Getting down to business found in the catalog.
Published 1981 by Administrator in American Institutes for Research in the Behavioral Sciences
Teacher guide--Cover.April 1981.Obtained pursuant to contract no. 300-79-0535, Office of Vocational and Adult Education, U.S. Education Department--P.  of cover.Stamped on cover: ED211773.Bibliography: p. 25.
|Statement||American Institutes for Research in the Behavioral Sciences|
|Publishers||American Institutes for Research in the Behavioral Sciences|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 59 p. :|
|Number of Pages||70|
|2||Entrepreneurship training components -- module 14.|
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Some companies, such as Apple, convert resources into tangible products—Macs, iPhones, iPods, iPads. Finally, a number of decisions made by the industry result from its desire to be a good corporate citizen. AACSB Analysis The Martin family has been making guitars out of its factory in Nazareth, Pennsylvania, factory for more than 150 years.
Many are established to provide social or educational services. Good financial management is particularly important when a company is first formed, because new business owners usually need to borrow money to get started.
The owners also hire employees to work for the company and help it reach its goals.
Thus, most of the business principles introduced in this text also apply to nonprofits. These include the economy, government, consumer trends, and public pressure to act as good corporate citizens. Finally, managers design controls for assessing the success of plans and decisions and take corrective action when needed. is any activity that provides goods or services to consumers for the purpose of making a profit. The main participants in a business are its owners, employees, and customers.
This individual is also responsible for ensuring that products are of high quality.
The activities needed to run a business can be divided into five functional areas:• Operations All companies must convert resources labor, materials, money, information, and so forth into goods or services.
Good financial management is particularly important when a company is first formed, because new business owners usually need to borrow money to get started.
For example, your local car dealership sells goods cars and also provides services automobile repairs.