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Answer: Store-based Retailing: Involves fixed shops for storing and selling products. These shops are physically available to consumers to get the products as per their requirements. The following are different types of retail stores:  Discount Store: Refers to a store that has a large volume of products and offers goods and commodities at a lower price than many other retail stores. A

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Answer: Commercial and economic feasibility:  The economic feasibility aspect of a project relates to the earning capacity of the project. Earnings of the project depend on the volume of sales. Here, the following important indicators are taken into consideration:  ·         Present demand of the goods produced through the project i.e. market facility (or) getting a feel of the market. <


Answer: Churchman, Aackoff, and Aruoff defined operations research as “the application of scientific methods, techniques and tools to the operation of a system with optimum solutions to the problems” where 'optimum' refers to the best possible alternative. Operations Research is a systematic and scientific study of the operations of the system. It provides executives and managers a


(1) The initiative for the renewal and adjustment of the activities of a firm should come from the different levels in the management hierarchy. “Strategy is not a privilege of top management”. (2) Firms, especially big firms, are incoherent systems (goals of the different component systems are not simply subdivisions of an overall goal; there are individual, conflicting goals as well). Some


Answer: Steps in Business Buying Process While organisational buying is best viewed as a decision process, the steps that make up the process differ across companies and products. Steps needed in a new task or modified re-buy decision may not be necessary in straight re-buy decisions. Over a period of time, each organisation evolves its own procedures for making purchase decisions. However,


Answer: A process that increases the current net value of business or shareholder capital gains, with the objective of bringing in the highest possible return. The wealth maximization strategy generally involves making sound financial investment decisions which take into consideration any risk factors that would compromise or outweigh the anticipated benefits. The wealth maximization


Answer:Elements of operation strategy Operations strategy comprises six components : Positioning the production system,- It involves selecting the product design, the production system and the inventory policy for the finished goods for each product line A). Product Focused- Generally employed in mass production organizations, where there are groups of machine, tools and workers


Answer: Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)  Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) is a connection oriented protocol, which means the devices should open a connection before transmitting data and should close the connection gracefully after transmitting the data.  Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) assure reliable delivery of data to the destination.  Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)


Answer: The objectives of Training: Improving employee performance: When an employee is recruited byan organisation, he might not have all the skills required to carry out his job. Training at this stage helps him learn his job faster and ensures better performance. Updating employee skills: It is important for the management to continuously evaluate and adopt any technological advances


Answer: Central Processing Unit: The Central Processing Unit (CPU) performs the actual processing of data. The data it processes is obtained, via the system bus, from the main memory. Results from the CPU are then sent back to main memory via the system bus. In addition to computation the CPU controls and coordinates the operation of the other major components. The CPU has two main components,


Answer: Store-based Retailing: Involves fixed shops for storing and selling products. These shops are physically available to consumers to get the products as per their requirements. The following are different types of retail stores:  Discount Store: Refers to a store that has a large volume of products and offers goods and commodities at a lower price than many other retail stores. A

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Answer: Commercial and economic feasibility:  The economic feasibility aspect of a project relates to the earning capacity of the project. Earnings of the project depend on the volume of sales. Here, the following important indicators are taken into consideration:  ·         Present demand of the goods produced through the project i.e. market facility (or) getting a feel of the market. <


Answer: Churchman, Aackoff, and Aruoff defined operations research as “the application of scientific methods, techniques and tools to the operation of a system with optimum solutions to the problems” where 'optimum' refers to the best possible alternative. Operations Research is a systematic and scientific study of the operations of the system. It provides executives and managers a


(1) The initiative for the renewal and adjustment of the activities of a firm should come from the different levels in the management hierarchy. “Strategy is not a privilege of top management”. (2) Firms, especially big firms, are incoherent systems (goals of the different component systems are not simply subdivisions of an overall goal; there are individual, conflicting goals as well). Some


Answer: Steps in Business Buying Process While organisational buying is best viewed as a decision process, the steps that make up the process differ across companies and products. Steps needed in a new task or modified re-buy decision may not be necessary in straight re-buy decisions. Over a period of time, each organisation evolves its own procedures for making purchase decisions. However,


Answer: A process that increases the current net value of business or shareholder capital gains, with the objective of bringing in the highest possible return. The wealth maximization strategy generally involves making sound financial investment decisions which take into consideration any risk factors that would compromise or outweigh the anticipated benefits. The wealth maximization


Answer:Elements of operation strategy Operations strategy comprises six components : Positioning the production system,- It involves selecting the product design, the production system and the inventory policy for the finished goods for each product line A). Product Focused- Generally employed in mass production organizations, where there are groups of machine, tools and workers


Answer: Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)  Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) is a connection oriented protocol, which means the devices should open a connection before transmitting data and should close the connection gracefully after transmitting the data.  Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) assure reliable delivery of data to the destination.  Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)


Answer: The objectives of Training: Improving employee performance: When an employee is recruited byan organisation, he might not have all the skills required to carry out his job. Training at this stage helps him learn his job faster and ensures better performance. Updating employee skills: It is important for the management to continuously evaluate and adopt any technological advances


Answer: Central Processing Unit: The Central Processing Unit (CPU) performs the actual processing of data. The data it processes is obtained, via the system bus, from the main memory. Results from the CPU are then sent back to main memory via the system bus. In addition to computation the CPU controls and coordinates the operation of the other major components. The CPU has two main components,


 
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