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  • Alternatives To Awc's Current Problem The Three
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    Overview regarding the current situation of AWC Inc. The company that will be analyzed in this report is that of AWC Inc. AWC Inc., is an aluminum manufacturing company located in Southwestern Ontario. The company has been around since 1950, and was founded by Mr. Jim MacDonald, father of the current president Mr. Alex MacDonald. AWC specializes in the fabrication of aluminum windows, doors, storefronts, and curtain wall products. AWC has 100 committed staff with 45 in production, and 55 in the ...
  • Levi Strauss Company
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    Decision-making is one of the most critical reoccurring responsibilities that managers face in their company. An excellent decision would help any company accomplish its strategic goals, including meeting the needs and demands of the company's employees, executives, stockholders, consumers and suppliers. The problem that many managers will face in making a decision is when to stop gathering facts. This costs the company billions of dollars and valuable time each year. Decision making, in most ca...
  • Last Step In The Effective Managerial Decision
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    During this group presentation, we will discuss the importance of effective managerial decision making and the approach that Eastman Kodak has taken to transition their company into a more competitive market. The first thing we need to know that is there are seven steps that should be taken in an effective decision making process. They are in the following order: Identifying opportunities and diagnosing problems, Identifying objectives, Generating alternatives, Evaluating alternatives, Reaching ...
  • Ibm Global Services
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    Louis V. Gerstner, Jr. CEO, IBM Corporation 1993-2001 Predictions of IBM's future success in the early 1990's were so dense that it was almost unthinkable to even believe the company would be a figure in the market in the late 20th and early 21st century. More importantly, it was unfathomable to think that IBM would prevail in the industry. Through the economic downturn of the early 1990's combined with IBM's static position with mainframe computers of the past couple of decades, IBM was doomed ...
  • Their Contract With The Pacemaker Company
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    In this case, the moral issues involve the selling of transistors to a company responsible for the making of pacemakers known to cause deaths in people. Additionally, due to the inherent risk of human error associated with the lack of expert ability within the medical field, and considering that technology is still within its infancy, the procedure itself could prove fatal. Is it morally acceptable to sell to this company considering these circumstances? How many live's are at risk of fatality? ...
  • 52 Percent Of The Motors
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    Apex manufacturing a formidable company that employed 4000 was the worlds foremost company in small, specialized gasoline motors. In 1980 Apex held 52 percent of the motors produced. Some time after 1980 two Asian firms and one German company entered the industry creating more competition for Apex. To make things even more difficult a new governmental noise abatement standard forced Apex to redesign the motors exhaust systems. The competitors saw these new standards and had designed the motors w...

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