Explain the difference between Macro and Micro risk management. Think of a project you have worked on in the past couple of years and justify whether it should have been classified as a Macro or Micro risk management project.

First Local bank would like to improve customer service at its drive in facility by reducing waiting and transaction times. One the basis of a pilot study, the banks process manager estimates the average rate of customer arrivals at 30 per hour. All arriving cars line up in single file and are served at 1

Need assistance in answering the following questions: If you were working a small project that required little or no external coordination, which method would you recommend using, macro or micro? Please explain your choice. Who should create the work breakdown structure for the team? Please explain.

The smaller the company, smaller the financial risk in globalization. How about other risks like competition, regulatory forces, cost per sale, etc? How can one explain that some of the most successful global brands belong to mega-corporations like GE, Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Nestle, Siemens, Sony, etc..

Zymase is a biotechnology start-up firm. Reseacher at Zymase must choose one of the three different research strategies. The payoffs (after-tax) and their likelihood for each strategy are shown below. The risk of each project is diversifiable. Strategy Probability Payoff ($ Million) A 100% 75 B 50% 140 50% 0 C 10% 300 90% 40

Deliverable Length: 150-250 words You are a marketing manager interviewing for a new job at a large low-price retailer. You know that being well prepared for an interview gives you a better chance of being offered a job, so you decide to the company as well as some of the company’s future marketing ideas. One

Following is a current balance sheet for a local partnership of doctors: Cash and current assets $30,000 Land………………………………………………………180,000 Building and Equipment (net)……………..100,000 Totals…………………………………………………….$310,000 Liabilites………………………………………………$40,000 A. Capital……………………………………………….20,000 B, capital………………………………………………..40,000 C, Capital………………………………………………..90,000 D, Capital……………………………………………….120,000 Totals……………………………………………………$310,000 The Following questions represent independent situations: A. E is going to invest enough money in this partnership to received a 25 percent

What happens if the country you chose provides incentives to invest? Now that your organization is profitable, the country is taking incentives back. How do you determine the residual value at the end of the project life?

The profit curve for a company is given as: Profit (Ï?) = -3Q2 + 600Q â?” 500 Find the quantity of production (Q) that maximizes profits and the maximum profit

Assume a project has normal cash flows. All else equal, which of the following statements is correct? A) The project’s IRR increases as the WACC declines, B) The project NPV increases as the WACC declines, C) The Project’s MIRR is unaffected by changes in the WACC, D) Project’s regular payback increases as the WACC declines,

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