Developing Good Business Sense Bus/210

Developing Good Business Sense Bus/210

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Developing Good Business Sense
University of Phoenix
BUS/210: Foundations of Business
Steve Bautista

Developing Good Business Sense

The three companies I chose were ones that I frequent a lot. I chose Target, which is a department store; Arby’s, which a fast food restaurant and Albertson’s Supermarket which is a grocery store chain in my area.
Target is a department store that sells, children’s clothing; women’s clothing, men’s clothing, shoes and accessories, different type of house hold wares, music and gaming devices and party supplies. It caters to all people, no matter race or income levels. They have managers for each of their many departments. Each department also has a different amount of employee’s, depending on the need. Each department is also allotted so many hours and dollars for operating costs. Breaking down the tasks in the store there is the maintenance team that cleans the place daily from top to bottom, the shipping department that unloads the truck tags and sensors all the merchandise, there are fitting room attendants and floor associates who help the customers with their every need, there are associates that pull and issue online orders, and there are cashiers who ring up the customers purchase. The training for their employee’s is extensive right down to where each item is placed on the shelves in any department. In the office of this store consists of the store manager and assistant manager and the store administrator. The input of the store is all the different merchandises the store carries allowing the customer to only have to shop at one store and how the merchandise is displayed to get the customers to want to buy it. The output for this store would be merchandise sales to keep the store running.
Arby’s is a fast food restaurant...

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