Click this link to view O*NET’s Tasks section for General and Operations Managers. Note that common tasks are listed toward the
top, and less common tasks are listed toward the bottom. According to O*NET, what are some common tasks performed by General and Operations Managers? Check all that apply. filing paperwork and entering data into computers
researching, purchasing, installing, and maintaining computers and office technology
reviewing financial statements, sales and activities reports, and other data
overseeing activities related to making products or providing services
managing staff, preparing work schedules, and assigning duties
directing and coordinating activities of businesses or departments
C). Reviewing financial statements, sales, and activities reports, and other data
D). Overseeing activities related to making products or providing services
E). Managing staff, preparing work schedules, and assigning duties
F). Directing and coordinating activities of businesses or departments.
The general and operations managers are responsible for managing the use of resources in the organization and supervising the budget and finances. He/she assesses the financial statements associated with sales, activity reports, and other data related to the projects going on. He/she also looks after the activities associated with making products or dispensing services, preparation of work schedules, managing the staff, assigning responsibilities to them, and directing the staff appropriately to ensure coordination among various activities that are going on at different levels and departments which helps in collectively bringing out the desired output for the organization. Thus, <u>options C, D, E, and F</u> are the correct answers.
Mainly there are three types of cost i.e variable cost, fixed cost, and the mixed cost. The variable cost is that cost which is change when the production level change in the same proportion like as in double units. whereas the fixed cost is that cost which remains constant whether production level changes or not
. The mixed cost is that cost which include some part of variable cost and the fixed cost
So, the variable cost includes indirect material, indirect labor, and factory supplies
The fixed cost includes supervision, taxes ,and depreciation expense.
Does your question contain the following choices? <span>A) the government would have assisted the farmer with emergency aid B) the government would have required that the grocers sell the crops at the higher price C) the government would have created demand by purchasing excess crops D) the government would have done nothing </span> If it does, then the answer would be letter A: <span>the government would have assisted the farmer with emergency aid </span>
If an economy has a budget surplus of 1,500, private savings of 3,000, and investment of 5,000, what will the balance of trade in this economy equal to $500 million
Economics is defined as the management of financial matters in communities, businesses, or families. An example in economics is the US stock market system.
The economy consists of consumers who buy goods and services, firms who employ consumers to produce goods, and various levels of government, both of whom buy goods, and employ workers, We are collecting taxes.
Economic factors include costs such as wages, interest rates, government activity, laws, regulations, tax rates, and unemployment. All of these factors arise outside the business or the investment itself, but they greatly affect the future value of the investment.
Dynamic capabilities can be regarded as the ability to integrate as well as build and reconfigure available resource base over time, so that changing environments can be responded to. As regards to
In organizational theory, dynamic capability demonstrate capability of a particular organization to adapt to an organization's resource base purposefully. It should be noted that company possessing a dynamic capability is proficient in altering and adjusting its resources and capabilities to remain competitive