Chapter 1: Principles of Business, Marketing, and Finance
An organization that produces or distributes a good or service for profit.
involves making a product or providing a service.
businesses that produce goods.
businesses that provide assistance to satisfy specialized need through skilled workers.
deals with all money matters related to running a business.
firms that produce goods that are often used by other businesses or organizations to make things.
third world nations
countries that are underdeveloped, have few manufacturing firms, and a large number of poor people who possess few goods.
firms engaged in marketing, in finance, and in furnishing services.
intangible products that result from a high degree of labor input and that satisfy consumer needs.
a word often used to refer to all business within a category.
the ability of profit-making organizations to compete with other business in other companies.
occurs when an organization makes the right decision in deciding what products or services to offer customers or other users
occurs when an organization produces needed goods or services quickly at a low cost.
products made by firms in the United States.
products made by firms in other countries.
total quality management
a commitment to excellence from the list price that is given accomplished by teamwork and continual improvement.
the quantity, or amount, produced within a given time.
producing the largest quantity in the least amount of time by using efficient methods and modern equipment.
an assembly process in which a large number of products is produced, each of which is identical to the next.
cutting back on the goods and services provided and thereby shrinking the size of a firm and the number of employees.
letting workers decide how to perform their work tasks and offer ideas on how to improve the work progress.
gross domestic product
the total market value of all goods produced and services provided in a country in a year.
income that escapes being recorded in the GDP.
a person who starts, manages, and owns a business.
the term applied to any business that is operated by one or few individuals.
a legal agreement between a company and a distributor to sell a product or service under special conditions.
the parent company of a franchise agreement that provides a product or service.
the distributor of a franchised product or service.
an employee who is given funds and freedom to create a special unit or department within a company in order to develop a new product or service.
employee stock ownership plan
a benefit plan that gives company stock as bonuses or allows employees to purchase stock at a discount.
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