On day 2 of the Year 13 recap we take a look at the different types of growth that a business can generate.
Our Year 13 Recap kicks off with a review of the different strategic directions that a business can take.
On day 30 of the year 12 recap we look at how a business can improve the management of its stock via an inventory control chart.
On day 29 of the year 12 recap we look at quality initiatives that can be undertaken to improve the quality standards within a business.
On day 27 of the year 12 recap we look at the main operational objectives which a business may have in mind when delivering a good or service to the market.
On day 26 of the year 12 recap we analyse cash flow forecasts and how a business can improve its own cash flow position.
On day 25 of the year 12 recap, we turn our attention to cash flow forecasts and the importance of cash flow for a business.
On day 24 of the Year 12 recap, our analysis of break-even points continues by looking at break-even charts.
On day 23 of the Year 12 Recap we look at break-even points for a business and why it is important for any business to reach this particular point.
On day 21 of the Year 12 Recap we turn our attention towards the finances of a business and specifically how a firm acquires the finances it needs to invest and grow.
On day 20 of the Year 12 Recap we look at some of the basic cash flow concepts of a business – revenue, costs and profits.
On Day 18 of our Year 12 Recap we take a look at the motivational theories put forward by the most influential pieces of literature available in the academic study of business.
On Day 17 of the Year 12 Recap we look at job design and why it is important for a business to adapt the requirements and responsibilities of a job to suit the types of workers that fill that position within a business.
On day 16 of the Year 12 Recap we are looking at the different organisational structures that a business can have.
On day 15 of the Year 12 Recap we look at the different types of data that can be collected relating to the human resources department of the business.
On day 13 of the Year 12 Recap we turn our attention to the Human Resources (HR) department of the business and discuss the objectives that a business should have in mind when managing the business’s workforce.
For most businesses, it is crucial to have some element of human input into the production process to combine with the level of sophistication that technology brings the company. However, unlike technology and machines, humans cannot be calibrated to a specific setting and left unmonitored. The management team of a business needs to organise, motivate and develop their staff to maximise performance and ensure the company can achieve its corporate objectives. This can be a challenging aspect of running a business; as every worker reacts to workplace policies in a different way.
Here Jack guides you through the HR objectives revision slide: