Due This Week: Chapter 10 Vocab & Review due Thursday Chapter 10 Test Friday Abstract #5 Due FRIDAY. Week May 5, 2014 – May 9, 2014. Introduction to Marketing.
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May 5, 2014 – May 9, 2014
DECA NEWS: DECA meeting THURSDAY, MAY 15 – Officer Elections! Sign up to help with Relay for Life – May 17, Some Gave All – May 18m DECA Awards Dinner – May 27! Lots still to do this month!
What is a manager?
☞Point of the Day: Managers use a different set of skills to handle the day to day business.
If I picked a day to fly, this would be it!Monday, may 5, 2014
Magical Monday– Manners Moment
What are the five (5) management Functions?
☞Point of the Day: Managers handle planning, organizing, staffing, implementing and controlling the operations of a business.Tuesday, may 6, 2014
Tag It Tuesday – Name that Company
What is the difference between the perpetual and periodic inventory methods?
☞Point of the Day: A detailed operations manual is essential to running a successful business.
They say if you dream a thing more than once, its sure to come true!Wednesday, may 7, 2014
Work Wear Wednesday & Role Play Day!
What are the two ways to improve your cash flow?
☞Point of the Day: To manage cash flow, begin by creating a cash budgetThursday, may 8, 2014
Thundering Thursday – Share a Weird Fact today!
A man has dreams of walking with giants. To carve his niche in the edifice of time.
What is the difference between gross income and net income?
☞Point of the Day: Analyzing financial statements help you understand how well your business is doingFriday, may 9, 2014
Foxes Friday - The Week’s Wrap-Up & Good News!
Review – Pgs 292-293, #1-21 due Thursday
Demonstrating Workplace Readiness Skills: Professional Knowledge and Skills
Demonstrate effective speaking and listening skills.
Demonstrate effective reading and writing skills.
Demonstrate critical-thinking and problem-solving skills.
Demonstrate healthy behaviors and safety skills.
Demonstrate an understanding of workplace organizations, systems, and climates.
Demonstrate lifelong-learning skills.
Demonstrate job-acquisition and advancement skills.
Demonstrate time-, task-, and resource-management skills.
Demonstrate job-specific mathematics skills.
Demonstrate customer-service skills.
CTE Competencies Linked to SOLsObjectives for the week – TSWBAT:
Now that you have a business set up, how will you manage it? How will you handle the day to day business operations? How will you handle your inventory and keeping track of when to reorder? How will you manage your finances to be sure you are making money and not wasting money?
This chapter provides you with many answers to these questions. It boils down to creating procedures and policies and sticking to them. Just like in school…Making it Real – Your weekly Activity