Critically examine how the Project management strategies used by leading organisations within the Healthcare sector have increased those organizations efficiency (A+)

Critically examine how the Project management strategies used by leading organisations within the Healthcare sector have increased those organizations efficiency. Identify project management strategies and apply them successfully to the cases researched 3000 words paper

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The Benefits of E-Management 1500 words paper (A+)

The Benefits of E-Management 1500 words paper

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The following data relate to notes receivable and interest for Vidovich Co., a financial services company (A+ Guaranteed)

The following data relate to notes receivable and interest for Vidovich Co., a financial services company.  (All notes are dated as of the day they are received.)

 

Mar. 3.     Received a $72,000, 9%, 60-day note on account.

25.     Received a $10,000, 8%, 90-day note on account.

May 2.      Received $73,080 on note of March 3.

16.     Received a $40,000, 7%, 90-day note on account.

31.     Received a $25,000, 6%, 30-day note on account.

June 23.   Received $10,200 on note of March 25.

30.   Received $25,125 on note of May 31.

July 1.      Received a $7,500, 12%, 30-day note on account.

31.     Received $7,575 on note of July 1.

Aug.14.    Received $40,700 on note of May 16.

Instruction: 

Journalize the entries to record the transactions.

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ECO 320 Week 3 Quiz (A+ Guaranteed)

1. Which of the following is a precondition for economic growth? (Points : 1)

a high level of technology
a high K/L ratio
the rule of law
free trade

2. The possession of primary products in a developing country could: (Points : 1)

provide a convenient source of revenue for the government.
reduce the amount of foreign exchange available.
make the development of infrastructure more difficult.
retard industrial development.

3. The following countries has a large amount of economic freedom? (Points : 1)

Hong Kong
Libya
Zimbabwe
Laos

4. The production function: (Points : 1)

is linear.
is undefined for low-income countries.
slopes downward and to the right.
slopes upward to the right.

5. The rule of law is important to economic growth as it is necessary for the
enforcement of _____ . (Points : 1)

free trade
emigration
contracts
industrial policy

6. Which of the following statements is false? (Points : 1)

High levels of consumption tend to be associated with current account deficits.
High levels of savings tend to be associated with current account surpluses.
Low levels of savings tend to be associated with current account deficits.
Low levels of savings tend to be associated with capital account deficits.

7. A record of all economic transactions between residents of one country with the
rest of the world is called: (Points : 1)

the trade balance.
the balance of payments.
the current account balance.
the foreign exchange market.

8. Which of the following is not one of the components of GDP? (Points : 1)

Gross private domestic investment
Consumption by the public
Government spending on goods and services
Foreign direct investment by U.S. corporations

9. The value of final output measured in current prices is: (Points : 1)

nominal GDP.
market value GDP.
real GDP.
real nominal GDP.

10. When GDP is larger than the sum of C, I, and G, then: (Points : 1)

a country prefers current consumption to future consumption.
a country prefers future consumption to current consumption.
a country will have a trade deficit.
a country will borrow to increase spending.

11. The foreign exchange market is composed of: (Points : 1)

the retail market.
the inter-bank market.
the futures and options markets.
all of the above

12. One of the most important interest rates in the world economy is: (Points : 1)

the Lombard rate
the prime rate.
RR rate.
LIBOR.

13. A _____ is when two parties agree to exchange different currencies over a
specified period of time. (Points : 1)

futures contract
option
currency swap
XR contract

14. If an importer wants to protect a transaction against exchange rate fluctuations
he/she can use the: (Points : 1)

spot rate.
forward rate.
strike price.
future spot rate.

15. The principle of _____ states that if the returns on various assets do not move
together identically, then holding a portfolio of assets will be less risky than holding a
single asset. (Points : 1)

risk diversification
asset allocation
stock/bond split
time horizon symmetry

16. An example of depreciation of the dollar would be if the number of Mexican pesos a dollar would purchase went from _____ to _____. (Points : 1)

100, 125
125, 150
150, 180
200, 180

17. As the Mexican peso appreciates, exports from Mexico become_____ and imports
into Poland become _____. (Points : 1)

cheaper, cheaper
cheaper, more expensive
more expensive, more expensive
more expensive, cheaper

18. As the dollar depreciates: (Points : 1)

the quantity supplied of foreign exchange increases.
the quantity supplied of foreign exchange decreases.
the supply of foreign exchange decreases.
the supply of foreign exchange increases.

19. If the initial exchange rate is 120 yen per dollar and then falls to 110 yen per
dollar, we would say that the yen has: (Points : 1)

appreciated against the dollar.
depreciated against the dollar.
appreciated against the yen.
depreciated against the yen.

20. Import competing industries in the U.S. are likely to resist: (Points : 1)

an appreciation of the dollar because U.S. imports would become more expensive.
a depreciation of the dollar because U.S. imports would become more expensive.
an appreciation of the dollar because U.S. imports would become less expensive.
a depreciation of the dollar because U.S. imports would become less expensive.

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ECO 320 Week 4 Quiz (A+ Guaranteed)

1. The money multiplier is equal to: (Points : 1)
C * R.
R + M1.
one divided by the reserve requirement.
one divided by R.

2. Which of the following is included in M2? (Points : 1)
Treasury bills
commercial paper
saving accounts
bonds

3. The monetary base is equal to: (Points : 1)
C + R.
C + money-market mutual funds.
1 divided by the reserve requirement.
M1 + M2.

4. The total quantity of currency plus demand deposits is called: (Points : 1)
M1.
M2.
the monetary base.
broad money.

5. Which of the following is not one of the components of M1 in the U.S.? (Points : 1)
coins
paper currency
currency
gold

6. If a basket of goods and services costing $100 in the U.S. costs 20,000 yen in
Japan, then the purchasing power parity exchange rate is _____ per dollar. (Points : 1)
50 yen
100 yen
150 yen
200 yen

7. The real exchange rate is: (Points : 1)
the nominal exchange rate minus inflation.
the nominal exchange rate adjusted for changes in the price level in the two countries.
the nominal exchange rate minus its base value.
the nominal exchange rate plus inflation.

8. The law of one price should hold well for: (Points : 1)
differentiated products.
real estate.
haircuts.
homogeneous products.

9. In general, trade flows between countries respond to: (Points : 1)
changes in the nominal exchange rate.
changes in the real exchange rate.
changes in interest rates.
changes in the real rate of interest.

10. Relative purchasing power parity means that: (Points : 1)
the exchange rate between any two currencies is equal to the ratio of their price indexes.
relative prices determine interest rates.
the same good sells for the same price internationally.
the percentage change in the exchange rate is equal to the inflation differential between the domestic and foreign currencies.

11. The income elasticity of the demand for exports: (Points : 1)
measures the percentage change in exports relative to a percentage change in domestic income.
measures the percentage change in domestic income relative to a percentage change in exports.
measures the percentage change in exports relative to a percentage change in foreign income.
measures the percentage change in foreign income relative to a percentage change in exports.

12. The wealth effect is defined as: (Points : 1)
an accumulation of money is the hands of a few individuals.
the effect of the wealth of a country.
the effect of changes in the price level on the value of people’s wealth.
the effect of changes in the exchange rate on the value of people’s wealth.

13. Everything else equal, an increase in consumption by the public would tend to
cause: (Points : 1)
a leftward shift in AD.
a fall in the price level.
a decrease in GDP.
a rightward shift of AD.

14. The relationship between the total quantity of goods and services all sectors of the economy demand and the price level is known as: (Points : 1)
aggregate supply.
GDP.
the consumer price index.
aggregate demand.

15. An exchange rate shock is defined as: (Points : 1)
a large and quick appreciation of a country’s currency.
a large and slow appreciation of a country’s currency.
a large and quick depreciation of a country’s currency.
a large and slow depreciation of a country’s currency.

16. The balance between inflows and outflows in the current account is known as: (Points : 1)
internal balance.
external balance.
macroeconomic balance.
the Phillips curve.

17. The levels of inflation and unemployment that fit the preferences of a country’s citizens is known as: (Points : 1)
microeconomic balance.
full employment balance.
the natural rate of unemployment.
internal balance.

18. Fiscal policy refers to government changing: (Points : 1)
its spending.
interest rates.
the money supply.
its quotas.

19. When the government employs a combination of higher taxes and lower
spending, this type of policy is called a: (Points : 1)
contractionary fiscal policy.
contractionary trade policy.
contractionary monetary policy.
contractionary exchange rate policy.

20. A contractionary fiscal policy: (Points : 1)
lowers the federal budget deficit and increases domestic interest rates.
increases the federal budget deficit and increases domestic interest rates.
lowers the federal budget deficit and decreases domestic interest rates.
increases the federal budget deficit and decreases domestic interest rates.

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Financial accounting reports financial and nonfinancial information that helps managers implement company strategies

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Financial accounting reports financial and nonfinancial information that helps managers implement company strategies

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A budget may be used as a planning tool, but not as a control tool

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True or False

A budget may be used as a planning tool, but not as a control tool

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It is difficult to control activities without a budget

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It is difficult to control activities without a budget

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An important strategic decision is making the correct investments in productive assets

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An important strategic decision is making the correct investments in productive assets

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Bannister Legal Services generated $2,000,000 in sales during 2010 (A+ Guaranteed)

12-4 (Sales Increase) Bannister Legal Services generated $2,000,000 in sales during 2010, and its year-end total assets were $1,500,000. Also, at year-end 2010, current liabilities were $500,000, consisting of $200,000 of notes payable, $200,000 of accounts payable, and $100,000 of accruals. Looking ahead to 2011, the company estimates that its assets must increase at the same rate as sales, its spontaneous liabilities will increase at the same rate as sales, its profit margin will be 5%, and its payout ratio will be 60%. How large a sales increase can the company achieve without having to raise funds externally; that is, what is its self-supporting growth rate?

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