In: Business and Management

Submitted By aravind4588
Words 526
Pages 3
Existing scenario with customers(Gluco-one) | | | | | Organized confectionery(NCC) | Unorganized Confectionery (ABC) | MNC Pharma 1 | MNC pharma 2 | Unorganized but branded producer:-Anand sweets | Unorganized unbranded producer Eg:-Ok Confectioneries | Regular supply (Every 6days delivery) | Delivery crucial | Delivery crucial | Delivery crucial | Delivery crucial | Delivery crucial | Not sensitive to price | Price sensitive | Price sensitive but negotiable | Price sensitive but negotiable | Not price sensitive | Price sensitive | Rigid quality testing | Not so rigid quality testing | Highly rigid quality specifications | Rigid quality specifications | | | Competition from 4 players | Competition from other players | * | * | 2-3 suppliers | 2-3 suppliers | Preference to A-one | Can opt for any supplier | No confidence in A-one | Preference to A-one given it proves its quality | | | 450 supply by A-one | | | | | | Whole demand is 3000 | | whole demand is 500 tonnes per year | | Whole demand is 6500 tonnes/year | | Quality conscious | Quality conscious | Quality conscious | Quality conscious | Quality conscious | Not quality conscious | Constant composition of glucose in products | No constant composition | Constant Composition | Constant composition | Constant composition | No Constant composition | | Complaints of above company:- | Complaints of above company:- | Complaints of above company:- | | | General concerns of company | Bad drums(containers) | Faulted on delivery | Hazy liquid glucose | Advantage | constraints related to liquid glucose | Too much expenditure in sales administration | Summer leakage | Quality problems | | Packing and transportation contributed to revenue | High competition | High price to customers | No proper communication | Need MS drums not plastic drums | | | Regional…...

Similar Documents

Facial Blindness

...the criminal justice system. Cited Sources Alperin, G. (2011). Pschology Today. Retrieved October 30, 2012, from Face Off: Jordan, K. (2011, July 15). Review of Optometry. Retrieved October 30, 2012, from Academic One File: Law, B. N. (n.d.). Innocence Project. Retrieved October 30, 2012, from Understand the Causes: Valentine, T. (2009). Perception. Retrieved October 30, 2012, from Tim Valentine's Research Page:

Words: 473 - Pages: 2

Nogo Railroad Case Analysis

...improved effectiveness” (Brown, 2011, p. 44). Change does not need to be accelerated but it is necessary for NoGo Railroad so that it remains without competition. NoGo Railroad must create a structured, well-designed, HR department. NoGo Railroad must also become a better communicator with its management team, staff, and union. References Benchmarking. (1990). Benchmarking for competitive advantage. Management Review, 79 (9). Retrieved from Brown, D. (2011). An experiential approach to organizational development (8th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. Taylor, S. (2001). Writing effective policies and procedures. Information Management Journal, 35(4). Retrieved from

Words: 1270 - Pages: 6

Communication Methods

...reports of significant negative effects caused by one of your medications that are used by a significant population. News reports have alleged that one of the individuals affected is a well-known public figure. You are tasked with addressing the news reports and the general public regarding this situation. As the communications coordinator for AOne-RX for the last 20 years, it has always been our agenda to effectively and creditably disclaim all of our medications that are used by the general public. All of our medications have been put through a series of test to ensure that they meet all requirements set by the National Drug and Narcotics Agency. There has always been a small issue with drug abuse in the United States. The effects of drug abuse can not go un-noticed any longer. The damages of drug abuse are widespread. Lots of communities, families, and people’s lives have been lost and torn apart due to an individual’s drug abuse and addiction to drugs. With the recent knowledge of Albert Cain’s drug addiction, a well-known public figure, and the very visible effects drug abuse has had on our communities. It is imperative that we at AOne-RX start making changes within our business concentrating on areas such as patient rules and regulations, as well as restrictions and guidelines. Members of the board want to go back to the drawing board, to figure out where we as a nation has failed in keeping awareness about drug addiction accessible to the general public. If we are......

Words: 1109 - Pages: 5

Personal and Professional Challenges

...the | |with changing standards |professional journals. |organization. |website. | |Increasing patient-staff |Prioritize the acuity of the |Go for a walk |Join a professional organization like AONE | |ratios |patient | |AONE (American Organization of Nurse Executives) | | | |Make myself a cup of hot tea | | | |Using a “to do” list to | |“AONE recognizes the need for adequate nurse-staffing levels to ensure the quality of patient care | | |prevent forgetting | |delivered in hospitals and health systems throughout our nation.” ("AONE The Voice Of Nursing | | | | |Leadership", 2012). | | |Using different color pen to | | ......

Words: 774 - Pages: 4

Leadership Questions

...responsible for such functions as planning, organizing and controlling. Effective leadership is the ability to inspire followers to listen to and follow a vision; the ability to innovate and drive an organization or people towards new ideas and directions. The ability to persuade and influence, demonstrate integrity, communicate and motivate, innovate and implement strategic vision, demonstrate drive and tenacity are all recognized leadership skills ” Nurse managers must be skilled communicators and relationship builders, have a knowledge of the health care environment, exhibit leadership skills, display professionalism, and demonstrate business skills. These characteristics intersect to provide a common core of leadership competencies.” (AONE, 2005),(Sullivan, 2013). Management is based on a facility’s or hospitals goal or task given to a nurse manager for the purpose of satisfying the its policies, administrators or expected duties. Managers tend to concern themselves not with the quality of a task or goal but if the outcome will satisfy the objectives needed to be accomplished in the time frame and provisions provided. Managers are perceived as authority figures whose sole goal or purpose is geared toward that of the unit or hospital and less toward the actual people he or she works with. Managers often do not value the quality of work one may put forth but rather if the task was done in a timely and efficient manner. What are the characteristics of an effective......

Words: 607 - Pages: 3

Critical Thinking in Customer Service

...1&u=oran95108&it=r&p=AONE&sw=w&asid=15cf0cc9ac54ce7ac9917b6b8bb16295 Chen, M., & Keblis, M. F. (2006). Improving customer service operations at Interfaces, 36(5), 433+. Retrieved from Heinen, J. (2006, May). Improving Customer Service: Taking a Strategic Approach to Measuring Contact center performance. Health Management Technology, 27(5), 34+. Retrieved Ivancevich, J. M. (2010). Human Resource Management (11th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. Riggs, B., & Thyfault, M. E. (1999, October 4). The Modern Call Center -- Customer Relationships And Loyalty Take Center Stage. InformationWeek, 53. Retrieved from Appendix Bowden, Bradley, Peter Jordan, and Jane Murray. "An Empirical Study of Job Design in the Australian Call Centre Industry (1)." International Journal of Employment Studies 12.2 (2004): 3+. Academic OneFile. Web. 15 Jan. 2014. Retrieved from......

Words: 2358 - Pages: 10

Hitler "A refresher on the 1930s." The Economist 19 Sept. 1998: 95. Academic OneFile. Web. 17 Feb. 2014. Document URL Kershaw, Ian. 1989. "Reviews : Peter D. Stachura, Ed., Unemployment and the Great Depression in Weimar Germany, Basingstoke, Macmillan, 1986; Xii + 230pp.; £29.50. Richard J. Evans and Dick Geary, Eds, the German Unemployed, London and Sydney, Croom Helm, 1987; Xviii + 314pp.; £29.95." European History Quarterly 19 (4): 561-565. doi:10.1177/026569148901900419. Michael Bordo and Harold James (2010). The Great Depression analogy. Financial History Review, 17, pp 127-140. doi:10.1017/S0968565010000193. "Black Tuesday." Current Events, a Weekly Reader publication 28 Jan. 2008: 5. Academic OneFile. Web. 19 Feb. 2014. "Crash! Boom! Bam! (The October Times)." Instructor [1990] Oct. 2002: 32. Academic OneFile. Web. 19 Feb. 2014. Document URL H. Hessell Tiltman. Slump! A study of Stricken Europe Today. Source of Global History Since 1900, James......

Words: 1988 - Pages: 8

Huntington's Disease testing_ Huntington’s Disease Society of America. (2008). Leontini, R. (2006, June). Looking forward, looking back: the narrative of testing positive to Huntington’s disease. Health Sociology Review, 15(2), 144-158. Retrieved from National Center for Biotechnology Information. (2008). National Society of Genetic Counselors. (2009). (2009). Paulsen, J. S. (2010, Jan). Early detection of Huntington’s disease. Future Neurology, 5(1), 85-105. Retrieved from Porth, C. M. (2009). Alterations in the cardiovascular system. In Advanced Pathophysiology (pp. 322-325). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott, Williams,& Wilkins. Preimplantation and genetic testing. (2009). Retrieved from Schwartz, R. R. (2010, June). Ripples from a stone skipping across the lake: a narrative approach to the meaning of Huntington’s disease. Journal of Neuroscience Nursing, 42(3),......

Words: 1861 - Pages: 8

Resistance Research Paper

...OneFile. Web. 3 May 2012.|A176226673&docType=GALE&role=|A98167944&docType=GALE&role=|A135327116&docType=GALE&role=

Words: 1566 - Pages: 7

Master|A184582541&docType=GALE&role=> Emma, L 2011, PINE CONE SYSTEMS: Pine Cone Systems is a data warehouse tonic for Britvic Soft Drinks, viewed 14 October 2014, Proquest Central. <> Unique Package Combines 'Freekee' Design with Functional Benefits; Constar and Britvic Partner to Create New Freekee Soda Beverage Packaging, viewed 15 October 2014, <|A100130234&docType=GALE&role=> Cutting costs and jobs with a cocktail of lemonade, Fruit Shoot and Irn-Bru, viewed 12 October......

Words: 825 - Pages: 4

The Existance of God

... Barrett, J. L., & Church, I. M. (2013). Should CSR give atheists epistemic assurance? On beer-goggles, BFFs, and skepticism regarding religious beliefs. The Monist, 96(3), 311+. Retrieved from Teehan, J. (2013). The cognitive bases of the problem of evil. The Monist, 96(3), 325+. Retrieved from Marsh, J. (2013). Darwin and the problem of natural nonbelief. The Monist, 96(3), 349+. Retrieved from Horst, S. (2013). Notions of intuition in the cognitive science of religion. The Monist, 96(3), 377+. Retrieved from Green, A. (2013). Cognitive science and the natural knowledge of God. The Monist, 96(3), 399+. Retrieved from

Words: 1189 - Pages: 5

Adn vs Bsn

...make the “entry level degree” a BSN graduate versus the current of an ADN graduate. As stated above the BSN program goes more in depth with science, nursing research and theories, leadership skills and various sciences that correlate with nursing (Wikipedia, 2015). At Grand Canyon University (GCU) College of Nursing Philosophy, it states that the baccalaureate nursing practice includes “assessing, critical thinking, communicating, providing care, teaching and leading” (2011). This is similar to that of the ADN degree with additions to the learning and is substantially more in depth in certain areas of the program. The American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE), stated all RN’s must be educated at a higher level, such as a BSN, in an “effort to adequately prepare clinicians for their challenging and complex roles.” AONE believes that higher educated RN’s will “[improve] patient safety and [provide] enhanced nursing care” (Creating a More Highly Qualified Nursing Workforce, 2015). After reviewing many materials available to me for this paper to research and review, I believe the statistics and the evidence-based research are true. Yet, I do not believe that because one nurse has a BSN versus ADN will necessarily make them a better nurse or see them view a patient differently, have a better outcome, be a safer or more knowledgeable RN. I have been an ADN RN for about 8 years now, have worked with many different levels of RN’s and I don’t always see the BSN prepared......

Words: 1185 - Pages: 5

Business Ethics

...ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. Meikle, Victoria. (2001). Rawls “a Theory of Justice” and its critiques. McGill Law Journal (46.2): p. 692. Retrieved from|A116527085&docType=GALE&role= Schweik, Robert. (1995). The fictive worlds of John Stuart Mill's utilitarianism. Nineteen-Century Prose. (22.1): p. 19. Retrieved from|A188966708&docType=GALE&role Trezies, Edward, K. (1996). An Introduction to Ethical Theories. Personnel Review. (25.6): p. 86. Retrieved from|A57829307&docType=GALE&role=...

Words: 1977 - Pages: 8

The Impactof the Iom Report

...permit older adults with private insurance to access APRN services (Nannini,2011,p.13). IOM report impact on leadership. IOM report stated that the nursing profession must produce leaders throughout the health care system, from the bedside to the boardroom, who can serve as full partners with other health professionals and be accountable for their own contributions to delivering high-quality care while working collaboratively with leaders from other health professions (IOM,2011,p 221). Several sets of leadership competencies have been developed by practice focused groups such as the American Organization of Nurse Executives[AONE]. AONE described five main competencies that focus on communication and practice with inter-professional team members, focus on the knowledge of clinical practice, evidence based practice and the safety of the patients. The AONE also focused on the professionalism of nursing and the business skills (Lacasse,213,p.432). Conclusion After reviewing the IOM report, I will strive to achieve a high education in the nursing filed. As a RN I must abide by the recommendations of the Institute of Medicine. My first goal is to complete the BSN program and resume my education by receiving my master degree in nursing. Then work to achieve my advance practice degree as a Nurse Practitioner. I also will attempt to be a great advocator for my patients, by keeping them safe and providing the best care possible. I will continue to educate myself......

Words: 943 - Pages: 4

Nursing Manager Role

...demonstrating a greater depth and breadth of knowledge; a greater synthesis of data; increased complexity of skills and interventions; and significant role autonomy (American Nurses Association [ANA], 2004, p. 14). The generalist registered nurse is prepared for leadership and the advanced practice nurse brings a greater knowledge base with increased complexity of skills and increased role autonomy. The American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) offers two certifications. Certification is the formal recognition of specialized knowledge, skills, and experience. This demonstrates to the profession a high level of commitment to the nurse manager field of expertise. The certified in executive nursing practice (CENL) is one more tool to provide validation of nurses in executive practice and the certified nurse manager and leader (CNML) is offered to validate their knowledge as they carry out complex leadership responsibility that directly affect the quality of patient and family care (The American Organization of Nurse Executives [AONE], n.d.). There are variances with regard to healthcare organizations preference of degree level for the nurse manager role that was discussed within my role presentation group. Some healthcare agency administration prefers a nurse with an advance practice degree (Masters of Science – MSN). As stated earlier, with discussion in groups it was discovered that some healthcare agencies have a majority of BSN and some associate degree nurse......

Words: 4389 - Pages: 18

nintendo ds lite | El cadillac de Dolan (2009) 1 LINK Latino | Media Objectivity