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  • Partner's Capital Account In The Partnership
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    TABLE OF CONTENTS TITLE PAGE... 2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY... 3 BUSINESS OWNERSHIP... 3 FINANCING... 4 MARKETING... 5 CONCLUSIONS / RECCOMENDAITONS... 10 BIBLIOGRAPHY... 11 APENCICESAPPENDIX I... 12 APPENDIX II... 18 APPENDIX. .. 23 APPENDIX IV... 27 APPENDIX V... 28 Proposal for:" GREENACRES REALTY " Compiled by BALENTINE SOLUTIONS. 01/03/05 The purpose of this proposal is to provide in depth information, research and knowledge of several different approaches that can be taken into account when decidi...
  • Eight Basic Principles
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    In Search of Excellence is a book dealing with many different principles of economics and what makes big business' excellent. The first idea that Peters discusses is his chart of the McKinsey 7-Framework. The graph is very simple but the ideas are fairly complex. In their research, they found that their philosophies were too hard to explain and easily forgettable. They made this Framework to deal with strategy, structure, style, systems, staff (people), skills, and shared values (culture). This ...
  • Sixth Basic Principle
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    In Search of Excellence Knowledge about organisational behaviour has become very important to a manager's performance and success. Therefore, it is not surprising that writers often claim to have the information that managers need if they are to excel in their jobs. In Search of Excellence is one of the most well known books of this type. In the book, Peters-and Waterman outlined seven principles that they claimed to be excellent management tactics and a 7-S Framework. In Search of Excellence is...
  • Today's Business Operation
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    Conducting Business by the Book This exercise of examining the relative values of Christianity, Judaism and Platonic values in order to discover which is more applicable to today's business environment is in no way intended to be condemnation of the two passed over. All have had their place in business practice over the centuries, with the one being most important at any time and in any place being largely a function of the beliefs of the people of a specific region and heritage. However, busine...
  • Critical To Coles Myer Shareholder Value
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    Coles Myer is Australia's largest retailer with more than 1,800 stores throughout Australia and New Zealand. The company's aim is to create benefits for every stakeholder by being the best retailer in every market in which the company operates. Coles Myer is the Australia's largest non-government employer with over 160,000 staff and spends approximately $19 billion a year buying merchandise and services from over 61,000 suppliers. There are various factors undermining the decline of Coles Myer p...
  • Business To Business Model Analysis Electronic Commerce
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    e-Business Models The remarkable growth of the Internet and connectivity to the Internet by individuals and businesses alike has brought many opportunities to create new industries and new efficiencies within businesses and between businesses. These opportunities can be seen in the different e-business models that are currently providing benefits to organizations. This paper evaluates how B 2 B companies like merisel. com establish webs sites that add value for suppliers and other business users...
  • Lane's Business Purchase Decision Question 1
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    Situation 1: Marty Lane's business purchase decision Question 1: How would you suggest that Lane find out if he would be happy in this business? Response: Lane hasn't investigated this business that he wants to buy. Without detailed knowledge of the business, Lane is putting himself into an uncertain trap of confusion, and possibly throwing away money. Doing so is enough to make anybody involved to become unhappy. Lane has not taken into consideration that even this small simple business involve...
  • Proprietary Vs Infrastructural Technologies
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    In the HBR article, "IT Doesn't Matter", Nicholas Carr writes of the Information Technology world as a fleeting commodity with comparisons to the steam engine, railroad, electricity or the telegraph implying it is soon to become extinct. He asserts that IT will eventually become obsolete as its ubiquitous nature can only become powerful if it's replaced with scarcity. I think this could be dangerously incorrect, as I don't envision IT being erased from our lives but in effect, progressing it tow...
  • Right For Big Businesses
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    The Current Crisis in American Morality: How Big Business Has Contributed to, and Ought to Address, the Crisis In this paper, I argue that several features of Big Business in the United States, and its influence on our society, have caused far too many Americans to stop thinking about what is morally right as they choose their actions. An ethical vacuum has been created that Big Business has been only too glad to fill with questionable values that Americans have absorbed without consciously embr...

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