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Accountability and Ownership Assignment Help-132515

TASK –

 Organizational Agility Test

Typical Time required: 20 Minutes

  1. What do you think is meant by Organizational Agility?
  2. What do you think are the key reasons, organizations are not agile enough?
  3. Please can you name as many components (out of 16) of Organizational Agility as you can?
  4. Why do you think Succession Planning is critical for Organizational Agility?
  5. Which are the components of Organization Agility– based on your views – your organization can tremendously improve?
  6. To find the root cause, we have to look at the problem from _______, people, process, tools and ___________.
  7. Highest level of leadership from leadership agility is called?

a)      Achiever

b)      Catalyst

c)       Experienced

d)      Authoritarian

  1. What are the four steps of Emotional Agility?

Negotiation Skills Test

Typical Time required: 15 Minutes

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Accounting information system: E-commerce and ERP and ERP System-124412

Student Name Ikram: B01ACIS215

a) Explain the role, component of accounting information systems, internal control and IT governance using the documentation technique in organisations.

b) Describe the business processes, the related technologies/infrastructure and challenges.

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Statement of Cashflows 2008-2009-Proposed Balance Sheet 2010-Capex-111951

Statement of Cashflows 2008-2009
Cash flows from operating activities
Net Income       58,45,936
Add Non Cash/Non Operating items:
Interest   1,53,311
Depreciation  3,75,794        5,29,105
Cash profits after tax       63,75,041
Accounts receivable        1,55,835
Merchandise inventory        7,21,605
Prepaid expenses        1,65,118
Accounts payable        2,06,011
Accrued Compensation          (99,177)
Accrued Other Liabilities       (1,09,149)
Short term debt           73,816
Rent-Building        5,59,576
Rent-Vehicles        1,04,101
Net cash provided by operating activities       81,52,777
                   
Cash flow from investing activities
Purchase of Plant       (3,20,320)
Purchase of Other Assets          (56,328)
Net cash provided by investing activities       (3,76,648)
Cash flow from financing activities
Rent Paid       (6,63,677)
Interest paid       (1,53,311)
Long term equity      (13,14,417)
Issue of shares        4,01,559
Dividend Paid       59,62,544
Net cash provided by financing activities      (76,92,390)                    
Cash Balance at prior year-end  $   15,57,575
Net Cash Added in the year           83,739
Cash Balance at current year-end  $   16,41,314
Proposed Balance Sheet 2010
Amount
Current Assets 2010
Cash Balancing Figure
Accounts receivable, net 12053174 Accounts Receivable is assumed to be 14% of Revenue
Inventory 16557750 Inventory is assumed to be 23% of Cost of Goods Sold
Prepaid expenses 5487 Constant
Total Current Assets 28616411
Plant, Property, And Equipment         73,53,575
Accumulated Depreciation   (25,73,751.25) Assume Depreciation to be 35%
Net PP&E    47,79,823.75 Net Property plant
Other Assets             64,526 Constant
Total Assets #############
 Liabilities and Owners’ Equity 
Current Liabilities
Accounts payable         42,92,750 8% of COGS
Accrued compensation         18,39,750 3% of COGS
Accrued other liabilities             69,685
Line of credit 0
Long-term debt due within one year          6,71,068
Total Current Liabilities
Long-term debt         30,16,179
Owners’ Equity 23571329.66
Total Liabilities and Owners’ Equity
Total Liabilities and Owners’ Equity      3,34,60,761
Cap EX For the New Store
Rent
1 2 3 4 5
279227 287604 296232 305119 314273
PV @10% COC assumed 261458 244820 229241 214653
Total 950172
Initial Capex
Building Improvements $7,10,000
Yard $2,00,000
IT / Computer Equipment $3,50,000
Furniture $50,000
Total Capex 2260171.7
Part 4
The preparation of the budget for the company needs a clear intepretation of the various income and costs parameters that needs to be looked into before budget can be prepared. The important questions that come are the growth in the revenue that is expected in the market. the planning of expenses that is going to be incurred in the long run. The management should answer this questions to intepret the chnages in the various assets such as the percentage  collected and paid over the year transactiosn. These if presented in figures help to bring the same thing forward.This will chnage the effect in the P/L as the revenues and the other items will chnage as per the estimates and also the COGS would change and hence there would be change in the profits as well. So these questiosn help to decide the figures in the budgets.
Statement of Cashflows 2008-2009
Cash flows from operating activities
Net Income       58,45,936
Add Non Cash/Non Operating items:
Interest   1,53,311
Depreciation  3,75,794        5,29,105
Cash profits after tax       63,75,041
Accounts receivable        1,55,835
Merchandise inventory        7,21,605
Prepaid expenses        1,65,118
Accounts payable        2,06,011
Accrued Compensation          (99,177)
Accrued Other Liabilities       (1,09,149)
Short term debt           73,816
Rent-Building        5,59,576
Rent-Vehicles        1,04,101
Net cash provided by operating activities       81,52,777
                   
Cash flow from investing activities
Purchase of Plant       (3,20,320)
Purchase of Other Assets          (56,328)
Net cash provided by investing activities       (3,76,648)
Cash flow from financing activities
Rent Paid       (6,63,677)
Interest paid       (1,53,311)
Long term equity      (13,14,417)
Issue of shares        4,01,559
Dividend Paid       59,62,544
Net cash provided by financing activities      (76,92,390)                    
Cash Balance at prior year-end  $   15,57,575
Net Cash Added in the year           83,739
Cash Balance at current year-end  $   16,41,314

Running head: Accounting assignment-65796

Topic: Making sense of company executives’ compensations and employee benefits through the lens of cultural effects Task Details: Download the latest annual report (i.e., 2013-2014 financial year) of a listed company from your home country and the latest report of a listed company in Australia. Analyse the compensation schemes that the two company’s executives are entitled to. Note the accounting standards of executive compensation schemes used in Australia are AASB 2 and AASB 119 (http://www.aasb.gov.au/Pronouncements/Current-standards.aspx).

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191044_1758959225_45600

Answer 2

A) In a limited company there are wide number of expenses, however all expenses are not allowed under income tax. Only genuine expenses are allowed, that means the expenses which are incurred wholly for running the business of the company. On determining any expenditure, one has to check if the expense was incurred wholly for running the business, if the answer is yes then that expense is a business expense. However it may not be an allowable expense. In this case the company has to book its expense in asset form, so that it does not impacts its taxability.For recording an expense under the asset head, one have to check if that expenditure gives future economic benefit to the company then it can be booked as an asset.

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185760_40902_Solution1

Answer: a

Date Royal Dutch Shell Market % Royal Dutch % Return Market %

8/12/2013

66.72

1460.94

8/19/2013

67.08

1486.73

0.54%

1.77%

8/26/2013

67.15

1440.67

0.10%

-3.10%

9/3/2013

67.5

1475.68

0.52%

2.43%

9/9/2013

68.59

1436.99

1.61%

-2.62%

9/16/2013

69.1

1485.81

0.74%

3.40%

9/23/2013

69.26

1494.1

0.23%

0.56%

9/30/2013

68.34

1435.15

-1.33%

-3.95%

10/7/2013

67.73

1442.52

-0.89%

0.51%

10/14/2013

70.01

1426.85

3.37%

-1.09%

10/21/2013

72.35

1452.65

3.34%

1.81%

10/28/2013

70.06

1519.89

-3.17%

4.63%

11/4/2013

68.83

1549.37

-1.76%

1.94%

11/11/2013

70.41

1502.39

2.30%

-3.03%

11/18/2013

71.4

1481.2

1.41%

-1.41%

11/25/2013

69.94

1455.41

-2.04%

-1.74%

12/2/2013

70.51

1478.44

0.81%

1.58%

12/9/2013

70.05

1498.7

-0.65%

1.37%

12/16/2013

72.86

1497.78

4.01%

-0.06%

12/23/2013

74.82

1455.41

2.69%

-2.83%

12/30/2013

74.46

1544.76

-0.48%

6.14%

1/6/2014

76

1584.37

2.07%

2.56%

1/13/2014

74.08

1614.77

-2.53%

1.92%

1/21/2014

74.55

1657.14

0.63%

2.62%

1/27/2014

72.83

1692.15

-2.31%

2.11%

2/3/2014

73.18

1668.2

0.48%

-1.42%

2/10/2014

76.61

1694.91

4.69%

1.60%

2/18/2014

78.64

1775.97

2.65%

4.78%

2/24/2014

77.92

1787.02

-0.92%

0.62%

3/3/2014

77.83

1864.4

-0.12%

4.33%

3/10/2014

76.32

1867.16

-1.94%

0.15%

3/17/2014

75.65

1853.35

-0.88%

-0.74%

3/24/2014

77.94

1752.02

3.03%

-5.47%

3/31/2014

77.86

1822.95

-0.10%

4.05%

4/7/2014

78.58

1822.95

0.92%

0.00%

4/14/2014

80.76

1831.24

2.77%

0.45%

4/21/2014

80.58

1660.83

-0.22%

-9.31%

4/28/2014

85.2

1693.99

5.73%

2.00%

5/5/2014

86.57

1672.8

1.61%

-1.25%

5/12/2014

86.58

1682.01

0.01%

0.55%

5/19/2014

82.26

1694.91

-4.99%

0.77%

5/27/2014

81.84

1639.64

-0.51%

-3.26%

6/2/2014

83.07

1705.96

1.50%

4.04%

6/9/2014

84.4

1803.6

1.60%

5.72%

6/16/2014

86.62

1822.03

2.63%

1.02%

6/23/2014

87.09

1811.9

0.54%

-0.56%

6/30/2014

87.6

1779.65

0.59%

-1.78%

7/7/2014

86.79

1833.08

-0.92%

3.00%

7/14/2014

86.35

1857.95

-0.51%

1.36%

7/21/2014

86.36

1763.99

0.01%

-5.06%

7/28/2014

85.47

1774.13

-1.03%

0.57%

8/4/2014

84.77

1785.18

-0.82%

0.62%

8/11/2014

83.68

1752.94

-1.29%

-1.81%

8/18/2014

83.04

1712.41

-0.76%

-2.31%

8/25/2014

84.85

1775.05

2.18%

3.66%

9/2/2014

84.08

1869.01

-0.91%

5.29%

9/8/2014

80.85

1881.9

-3.84%

0.69%

9/15/2014

82.27

1879.14

1.76%

-0.15%

9/22/2014

79.82

1869

-2.98%

-0.54%

9/29/2014

76.61

1892

-4.02%

1.23%

10/6/2014

72.85

1894

-4.91%

0.11%

10/13/2014

71.32

1868

-2.10%

-1.37%

Royal Dutch Shell

Market

Standard Deviation

2.24%

2.88%

Variance

0.05%

0.08%

Correlation Coefficient

(0.01)

Regression Statistics

R Square Adjusted

-0.016780993

R Square

0.000165357

R Multiple

0.012859105

Observations

61

Standard Error

0.022575169

ANOVA

 

Value of df

Value of SS

Value of MS

F value

F Significance

Regression

1

4.97287E-06

4.97287E-06

0.009758

0.921647144

Residual

59

0.030068657

0.000509638

Total

60

0.03007363

     

 

Intercept

X Variable 1

Coefficients

0.001384429

-0.009983448

Standard Error

0.002925227

0.101066658

t Stat

0.473272499

-0.098780826

P-value

0.637765199

0.921647144

Lower 95%

-0.00446894

-0.212217363

Upper 95%

0.007237794

0.192250467

Lower 95.0%

-0.00446894

-0.212217363

Upper 95.0%

0.007237794

0.192250467

Stock is having negative correlation with market returns hence this stock will perform in a opposite way in comparison with market. The cost of capital is the price for the funds raised by the corporates. It’s the minimum income which the corporation has to build on its own investments so that it can repay to its investors without paying the same from its own pocket; to earn the money flows out of the money which the investors have paid. Value of capital is a cost of finance for the company which every investor investing in business desires and needs to earn.

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Calculating of Non-controlling Interest in Tower LTD- MAH011014_19674_39488

Calculating of Non-controlling Interest in Tower LTD
(I)                 Non-controlling interest on acquisition date Sydney LTD 10% Non-controlling interest
Share Capital 280000 20000
Retained earnings-on acquisition 52200 5800
Fair value adjustments 0 2100
332200 27900
Investment in Tower Ltd 289980
Bargain Purchase -42220
Adjustment/ elimination journal entries for consolidation at 30 June 2014 for the Economic Entity
1. Fair value adjustment Journal
A.  Dr. Accumulated depreciation 30000
CR. Depreciation Expense 30000
(Reinstating Accumulated depreciation in the statement of financial position)
B. Dr. Plant 50000
Cr. Revaluation Surplus 35000
Cr. DTL 15000
(Revaluating the asset to fair value and recognising the associated deferred tax liability)
C. Dr. Depreciation Expense 10000
Dr. Opening retained earnings 20000
Cr. Accumulated Depreciation 30000
(recognising current year’s depreciation expense and carring forward previous years expenses)
D. Dr DTL 9000
Cr. Income Tax Expense 3000
Cr. Openting Retained Earnings 6000
(Recognising tax effect on current years depreciation and carring forward previous years tax expense)
E. Dr. Share Capital (60%) 280000
Dr. Retained Earnings (60%) 52200
Dr. Revaluation Surplus (60%) 0
Dr. Goodwill -42220
Cr. Investment in Gillard LTD 289980
(Elimination journal of investing in Gillard LTD)
2. Adjustments for intragroup sale of plant and associated depreciation adjustments
A. Dr. Retained earnings 59000
Dr. Plant 5000
Cr. Accumulated Depreciation 64000
(Reversal of gain recognised on sale of asset and reinstatement of cost and accumulated depreciation)
B. Dr. DTA 17700
Cr. Income Tax Expense 17700
(Reversal of Deffered tax affect)
C. Dr. Accumulated Depreciation Expense 1000
Cr. Depreciation Expense 1000
(Reversal of depreciation affect)
 D. Dr. Income Tax Expense 300
Cr. DTA 300
(Reversal of income tax expense effect)
3. Intercompany Inventory transaction adjustments
 Dr. Sales 569600
Cr. COGS 569600
(Reversal of Sales effect)
4.A. Dr.opening retained earnings 28000
Cr. COGS 28000
(Carring Forward unrelised profit)
4.B Income Tax Expense 8400
Cr. Opening Retained Earnings 8400
(carring forward tax effect of unrealised profit from last year)
5.A Dr. Cogs 18100
Cr. Inventory 18100
(Intragroup inventory sales adjustments)
5.B Dr DTA 5430
Cr. Income Tax Expense 5430
(Tax affect of unrealised gain adjustment)
5.C Dr. Sales 88200
Cr. COGS 88200
(Intragroup inventory sales adjustments)
6.A Dr. Plant 112500
Cr. Loss on sale 70000
Cr. Accumulated Depreciation Expense) 42500
(Reversal of loss on plant sale)
6.B Dr. Income Tax Expense 21000
Cr. DTL 21000
(Adjusting deffered tax liability effects)
6.C Dr. Depreciation Expense 8750
Cr. Accumulated Depreciation 8750
(Adjusting depreciation of loss plant sale)
6.D Dr. DTL 2625
Cr. Income Tax Expense 2625
(Adjusting DTL and income tax effect for the depreciation expense)
7. Dr. Impairment loss-Goodwill 8000
Dr. Opening Retained Earnings 5000
Cr. Accumulated impairment Loss 13000
(Adjusting goodwill impairment loss)
8. Dr. Management Fee revenue 12900
Cr. Management fee expense 12900
(Adjustment of intragroup management fee transaction)
9.A Dr. Dividend revenue 87960
Cr. Dividend Paid 87960
(Adjustment of intragroup dividend transaction)
9.B Dr. Dividend Payable 43980
Cr. Dividend Receivable 43980
(Adjustment of intragroup dividend transaction)
Sydney LTD and Its controlled entity consolidation worksheet for the year ending30 June 2014
Sydney Ltd Tower Ltd Elimination & adjustments Consolidated Statement
DR CR
Detailed Reconciliation of opening and closing retained earnings
Sales Revenue 1365300 992200
LESS: COGS 692000 618500
Gross Profit 673300 373700
Other Revenue
Management fee revenue 12900
Dividend Reveneu 87960
Expenses
Depreciation 133300 59000
Mangement fee expense 0 12900
Loss on Sale of Assets 70000
Other expense 426200 163400
Profit before tax 144660 138400
Tax expense 17010 41520
Profit for the year 127650 96880
Non-controlling interest in profit after tax
Sydney’s interest in profits after tax
Retained earning at the beginning year 159220 134320
Dividends paid or declared 75000 96400
Retained earnings  at the end of the year 211870 134800
Statement of financial position
Shareholder’s equity
Revaluation Surplus
Retained earnings 211870 134800
Share capital 450000 200000
Non-controlling Interest
Current liabilities
Accounts payable 210280 148180
Income Tax payables 10910 42420
Dividend payable 37500 48200
Non-current liabilities
Bank Loans 710000 650000
Provision for employee benefits 29100 14300
Deferred Tax Liability 6100
1665760 1237900
Current assets
Accounts receivable 176800 98700
Inventory 98300 121200
Allowance for doubtful debt -22100 -9500
Dividend receivable 43980
Non-current Assets
Deferred Tax asset 900
Goodwill
Land and building 790000 910800
Plant at cost 449700 301200
Accumulated depreciation -169400 -185400
Shares in The Rocks Pty Ltd 8500
Investment in Tower Ltd 289980
Total 1665760 1237900 0 0 0

PBT calculations Lab 5 and Lab 6

Student

FirstName

LastName

city

State

Zip

ContactNo

111-11-1111 Sid alex Oakland California 94601 689666969
111-11-1112 Joy Smith San Francisco California 94080 564565476
111-11-1113 Druze petric New york New york 10001 643535241
111-11-1114 Meety roy Oakland California 94601 132132332
111-11-1115 Betty Smith Chicago Illinois 60804 565477676
111-11-1116 Sonny Jeeny Oakland California 94601 342312123
111-11-1117 Jim darwin Austin Texas 77418 756556546
111-11-1118 Troy franky Los Angeles California 90001 654654545
111-11-1119 Vincy Smith Fresno California 93701 987878777
111-11-1120 Dan Brown Columbus Ohio 43085 443334434
111-11-1121 Maria Johes San Francisco California 94080 332421345
111-11-1122 John Smith Oakland California 94601 878787877

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ClassNo

Section

Discipline

CallNo

Title

StartDate

EndDate

StartTime

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Room

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Session

Campus

ENGL 3000 05 DIS 3455 Writing for Proficiency

6/1/2014

3/23/2014

Web Online-ONLY Class Open SelfSupprt Online Campus
ITM 3060 01 DIS 2060 Informaton Technology Mgmt

6/1/2014

3/23/2014

2 PM 3:50 PM Mowe Art and Education, Rm. 0183 Open Regular Hayward Campus
KIN 3545 02 ACT 1772 Competition Conditioning

6/1/2014

3/23/2014

Web Online-ONLY Class Open SelfSupprt Online Campus
MGMT 4625 01 SEM 2542 Service Operations Management

6/1/2014

3/23/2014

6:00 PM 7:50 PM MoWe Valley Bus & Tec Ctr, Rm. 0137 Open Regular Hayward Campus
MLL 3612 01 LEC 3003 Modern Chinese Short Stories

6/1/2014

3/23/2014

Web Online-ONLY Class Open SelfSupprt Online Campus

ClassesJoined

Class

111-11-1111 ENGL 3000
111-11-1111 ITM 3060
111-11-1111 KIN 3545
111-11-1112 ENGL 3000
111-11-1112 ITM 3060
111-11-1112 MLL 3612
111-11-1113 ENGL 3000
111-11-1113 ITM 3060
111-11-1113 MLL 3612
111-11-1114 ENGL 3000
111-11-1114 ITM 3060
111-11-1114 MLL 3612
111-11-1115 ENGL 3000
111-11-1115 ITM 3060
111-11-1115 MLL 3612
111-11-1116 ENGL 3000
111-11-1116 ITM 3060
111-11-1116 KIN 3545
111-11-1117 ENGL 3000
111-11-1117 ITM 3060
111-11-1117 KIN 3545
111-11-1118 ITM 3060
111-11-1118 KIN 3545
111-11-1118 MGMT 4625
111-11-1119 ITM 3060
111-11-1119 KIN 3545
111-11-1119 MGMT 4625
111-11-1120 ITM 3060
111-11-1120 KIN 3545
111-11-1120 MGMT 4625
111-11-1121 ITM 3060
111-11-1121 KIN 3545
111-11-1121 MGMT 4625
111-11-1122 ITM 3060
111-11-1122 KIN 3545
111-11-1122 MLL 3612

Student

FirstName

LastName

city

State

Zip

ContactNo

111-11-1111 Sid alex Oakland California 94601 689666969
111-11-1112 Joy Smith San Francisco California 94080 564565476
111-11-1113 Druze petric New york New york 10001 643535241
111-11-1114 Meety roy Oakland California 94601 132132332
111-11-1115 Betty Smith Chicago Illinois 60804 565477676
111-11-1116 Sonny Jeeny Oakland California 94601 342312123
111-11-1117 Jim darwin Austin Texas 77418 756556546
111-11-1118 Troy franky Los Angeles California 90001 654654545
111-11-1119 Vincy Smith Fresno California 93701 987878777
111-11-1120 Dan Brown Columbus Ohio 43085 443334434
111-11-1121 Maria Johes San Francisco California 94080 332421345
111-11-1122 John Smith Oakland California 94601 878787877

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ClassNo

Section

Discipline

Class.CallNo

Title

StartDate

EndDate

StartTime

EndTime

Schedule

Room

Status

Session

Campus

FirstName

LastName

city

State

Zip

ContactNo

FacultyLastName

Professor.CallNo

ITM 3060 01 DIS 2060 Informaton Technology Mgmt

6/1/2014

3/23/2014

2 PM 3:50 PM Mowe Art and Education, Rm. 0183 Open Regular Hayward Campus 111-11-1111 Sid alex Oakland California 94601 689666969 Pefkaros 2060
ITM 3060 01 DIS 2060 Informaton Technology Mgmt

6/1/2014

3/23/2014

2 PM 3:50 PM Mowe Art and Education, Rm. 0183 Open Regular Hayward Campus 111-11-1112 Joy Smith San Francisco California 94080 564565476 Pefkaros 2060
ITM 3060 01 DIS 2060 Informaton Technology Mgmt

6/1/2014

3/23/2014

2 PM 3:50 PM Mowe Art and Education, Rm. 0183 Open Regular Hayward Campus 111-11-1113 Druze petric New york New york 10001 643535241 Pefkaros 2060
ITM 3060 01 DIS 2060 Informaton Technology Mgmt

6/1/2014

3/23/2014

2 PM 3:50 PM Mowe Art and Education, Rm. 0183 Open Regular Hayward Campus 111-11-1114 Meety roy Oakland California 94601 132132332 Pefkaros 2060
ITM 3060 01 DIS 2060 Informaton Technology Mgmt

6/1/2014

3/23/2014

2 PM 3:50 PM Mowe Art and Education, Rm. 0183 Open Regular Hayward Campus 111-11-1115 Betty Smith Chicago Illinois 60804 565477676 Pefkaros 2060
ITM 3060 01 DIS 2060 Informaton Technology Mgmt

6/1/2014

3/23/2014

2 PM 3:50 PM Mowe Art and Education, Rm. 0183 Open Regular Hayward Campus 111-11-1116 Sonny Jeeny Oakland California 94601 342312123 Pefkaros 2060
ITM 3060 01 DIS 2060 Informaton Technology Mgmt

6/1/2014

3/23/2014

2 PM 3:50 PM Mowe Art and Education, Rm. 0183 Open Regular Hayward Campus 111-11-1117 Jim darwin Austin Texas 77418 756556546 Pefkaros 2060
ITM 3060 01 DIS 2060 Informaton Technology Mgmt

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LAB 4

PBT Calculation

The PBT projection for the coming year can be calculated as shown below.

Particulars

Amount

Revenue

Total Bottles Sold

630,000

Price Per bottle ($)

1.59

Sales Revenue ($)

1,001,700

Variable Costs

Labor ($)

233,100

Raw Material ($)

327,600

Bottle Hardware ($)

88,200

Fixed Costs

Fixed Production ($)

75,000

General & Admin

115,000

Advertising

45,000

Interest

41,000

Depreciation

47,000

Total Costs ($)

971,900

PBT

29,800

Hence the expected PBT as shown above is $29,800.

ROS Calculation

ROS = (PBT/Sales) *100

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As per Dr Niki Ellis stress ruins the life of the people because it creates heart problems, depression and back pain. At WA Police communication Center it resulted in the form of absenteeism of the employees, and costing billions of dollars, and ruining the lives. WA Police communication Center is a high tech Organization dealing with crimes and life threatening emergencies. She believes that one can beat the stress by managing the stress, and by changing the working style. Many of the employees were interview by Dr Niki Ellis to know their opinion about how are they feeling about their job. The goal can be achieved with productivity, health and well being for reducing the stress. She recorded such responses like enough feedback is not being given to the employees, they are not directed towards their job at times, too much of work load is there, and management fails to appreciate the work of the employees. It has been stated by her that in today’s economy people have been working with stress to meet their personal and the organizational goals. The new working style and work life balance and organizational changes in term of structure and technology have resulted in the stress level at workplace. She has explained the causes of stress at Western Australia (WA) Police communication Center where people have been putting much effort to manage the occupational stress (ABC    2008). It can be managed by bringing people and change together as a new strategy. She has identified the factors that has been causing the stress such as the lack of job security, too much of the workload, controlling nature of the people, scheduling, people interacting in the social environment, poor relationship with the peer group, changes in the management, and opportunity not being given to learn and develop.  She has believed that changing the working style will help to reduce the stress. Change is not an easy task that has been negatively impacting this organization. Dr Niki Ellis now has been taking initiative to build the new structure for the change management strategy so that it can be linked with the employee’s performance at WA Police communication Center. It is well know that to implement the change it requires support of people and management. Failure of change management will result in negative results. She explains that change can be implemented from the top to the bottom (Alan Chapman   2005).  After consolidating the report she is presenting it to management and seeking help how to carry out the change management strategies to reduce the stress. She has been discussing that the shop floor employees should be engaged more and officials have been stating that it has been following the democratic structure. There is stressful environment where people have responded that they do not want to work in such a stressful environment. She is also pointing out that employees are not being recognized and the top management fails to know their actual output. The employees feel that whether they are doing their job properly or not. The forces that can be highlighted for the change in WA Police communication Center are implementation of proper performance management system which will result in providing positive feedback and reduce the stress level. Couple of things can be improved by participation of everyone in this organization. She had briefed the bosses of WA Police communication Center with her action plan to implement the change management strategy. The first was to management was provide the transparent feed back to know how stressful the job is at WA Police communication Center. After three month Dr Niki Ellis will come back to check whether things are properly implemented by management or not. When she moved on the when badly handled emergencies continued with several effects and immediate action was being lost. The performance of ten staff has been check to see whether they are polite, helpful and taking the relevant data’s. Standardization of process is required to increase the performance of the organization and manage the stress level at the workplace. The lack of understanding how to implement the successful change management initiatives was there. Ten of the staffs were asked to attend the remedial training programs to make them aware what is expected from them by the organization. Things should not be taken personally by the employees. It is being conducted to create a win -win situation for the employers and the employees. Dr Niki Ellis had after three months observed that training was received well and the management team has got maximum things right. The management had called the employees to access their progress with the stress report presented by her. The knowledge regarding change in advance will not make any difference to the employees when the actual change will be implemented. A proper communication can be held to resolve the queries (The Sydney Morning Herald,        2005). It is a balance between criticism and positive reinforcement bosses are listening the opinion of the ground floor employees and are recognizing their performance. The progress in made in stress reducing action plan. The performance management system resulted in increasing the ranks of the employees. It was done hierarchically and changed the autocratic style of management to the democratic one. Dr Niki Ellis has been recommending the suggestion to the employees who experience stress at workplace. It is also explained that stress at work is arises on the basis how it has been organized. Also the repetition of work results in the boredom of the job in an organization. She explains that people get satisfaction when meaning is attached with the particular job. The poor management system of an organization, inappropriate feedback mechanisms, confusion of the job roles and responsibilities, and aggressive nature of the boss and supervisors with aggressive nature will hamper the productivity of an organization. The proper structuring of the relationships and the management of result will add value to the organization. Stress of the employees results in hampering the success of an organizational. As per Kurt Lewin change management theory whenever the change is being implemented by any organization, then the system should be unfreeze, manage the change initiatives and refreeze the system. In the case of WA Police communication Center the change management strategy was being framed first and it was also unfreeze, and the change were managed by the action plan of Dr Niki Ellis and then after it was refreeze and positive result was being declared in front of management(Current     2011).  It has been observed that the forces driving the organization should be analyzed before implementing a change plan. 

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