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A example of a nonprogrammed decision for a clothing manufacturer is
a. allocating bonuses to employees.
b. acquiring a new supplier for
cloth.
c. deciding to market products
using the internet.
d. selecting which customers to
offer discounts to.

Nataly works in Young Women's fashions in a department store. Within this apartment she specializes in knitware. This is example of which of the following departmental schemes?
a. customer, functional
b. product, customer
c. function, process
d. customer, product

When performing a SWOT analysis, an auto manufacturer realizes that its major competitor just lost a costly lawsuit over vehicle safety. The competitor's situation will be analyzed as a/an
a. threat
b. opportunity
c. strength
d. weakness
Before an employee would worry about job security, _______ needs to be satisfied.
a. social
b. physiological
c. esteem
d. actualization


Can someone please help b/c i'm stuck on these 2.


An example of a nonprogrammed decision for a clothing manufacturer is

Natalie works in Young Women's fashions in a department store. Within a department she specilaizes in knitware. This is an example of which of the following departmental schemes?

a. Customer, functional
b. Product, customer
c. Customer, product

A team has been discussing what type of framework they should use for the project and who will do what. They're in the stage of

a. tactical
b. adaptive
c. strategic

what was the answer for these?

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    A example of a nonprogrammed decision for a clothing manufacturer is

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    acquiring a new supplier for cloth

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    an example of a nonprogrammed decision for a clothing manufacturer is

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