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prashanth0011

  1. Safety at workplace is very important. Workplace safety means the place where you go to work should have arrangements made for employees to factor in any naturally occurring hazards or man made hazards that may occur. Some measures taken by businesses to ensure safety at workplace are listed below:Read more

    Safety at workplace is very important. Workplace safety means the place where you go to work should have arrangements made for employees to factor in any naturally occurring hazards or man made hazards that may occur. Some measures taken by businesses to ensure safety at workplace are listed below:
    1. First aid kits
    2. Medical rooms
    3. Emergency exits and fire extinguisher instalment
    4. Conducting awareness workshops

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Pallavi Kamat

  1. Social commerce also referred to as s-commerce has several benefits. They are: 1. You already have a user base on social media platform. You can leverage that for your commerce. 2. Data is the key on social media platforms. You can gauge user preferences from their social media feed and use that datRead more

    Social commerce also referred to as s-commerce has several benefits. They are:
    1. You already have a user base on social media platform. You can leverage that for your commerce.
    2. Data is the key on social media platforms. You can gauge user preferences from their social media feed and use that data for your commerce.
    3. It enables ease of doing business because of the popularity of social media platforms.
    4. Customer engagement can be easily brought about by using the platforms it will also help you in social media marketing.

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Manushree Mishra

  1. Majorly you would perform due diligence which is a kind of investigation, when you are entering into a transaction with some other party. It is typically more important for the buyer than the seller. If you are a buyer, you would conduct your due diligence before the transaction is finalized to veriRead more

    Majorly you would perform due diligence which is a kind of investigation, when you are entering into a transaction with some other party. It is typically more important for the buyer than the seller. If you are a buyer, you would conduct your due diligence before the transaction is finalized to verify if the acquisition is worth it. Hence before signing off the deal, performing a due diligence is the best way for you to assess the value of a business and the risks associated with buying it.

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Janny

  1. Bootstrapping means a company spends what it makes. Its difficult to keep up with internal resources as it is not always practical for businesses that need a large investment such as manufacturers or importers. It would just unnecessarily waste their time when they could explore options and get helpRead more

    Bootstrapping means a company spends what it makes. Its difficult to keep up with internal resources as it is not always practical for businesses that need a large investment such as manufacturers or importers. It would just unnecessarily waste their time when they could explore options and get help from outside.
    Let’s say even if a company starts with just personal savings and runs on its initial revenue then it can take much longer to grow this company without investment and what’s the guarantee of wasting all that time and getting success.
    The entrepreneur will probably not get any salary at an early stage when the revenue is going as investment in business. They will be likely not be earning any money for quite a while.
    When personal savings are all spent and the business is still not growing then the entrepreneur can easily end up in a lot of debt.

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Pallavi Kamat

Also explain the types of organizational culture

  1. Organizational culture is the common set of value and beliefs which govern the behavior of employees in an organization. There are 4 types of organizational culture namely, Clan, Adhocracy, Market and Hierarchy. 1. Clan culture: It is a culture that promotes collaboration. Members of the organizatioRead more

    Organizational culture is the common set of value and beliefs which govern the behavior of employees in an organization.
    There are 4 types of organizational culture namely, Clan, Adhocracy, Market and Hierarchy.
    1. Clan culture: It is a culture that promotes collaboration. Members of the organization are active and involved and consider themselves as part of one big family. Since it promotes collaboration, teamwork and communication is one of the main assets of this culture.
    2. Adhocracy culture: Adhocaracy is based on energy and creativity. Employees are encouraged to come up with new ideas and solutions and also risk taking is promoted. Experimentation is at the core of this culture. Its core values are change and agility.
    3. Market culture: It is based on dynamics of the competition prevailing in market. This culture is goal and result oriented. The main value is market share and profitability.
    4. Hierarchy culture: This culture is based on structure and control. They emphasize on procedures and efficiency. Core values include consistency and uniformity.

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Amruta

  1. Primary data is the data generated by the researcher to address the research problem. It is collected by conducting interviews, surveys, experiments etc. Secondary data are collected for purposes other than the problem at hand. Sources of secondary data are information made available by business, goRead more

    Primary data is the data generated by the researcher to address the research problem. It is collected by conducting interviews, surveys, experiments etc.

    Secondary data are collected for purposes other than the problem at hand. Sources of secondary data are information made available by business, government sources, computerized database, research firms, etc.

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rayon

  1. Nassim Nicholas Taleb coined this term and concept of black swan. It could be defined as, "A black swan is an unpredictable event that is beyond what is normally expected of a situation and has potentially severe consequences. Black swan events are characterized by their extreme rarity, their severeRead more

    Nassim Nicholas Taleb coined this term and concept of black swan. It could be defined as, “A black swan is an unpredictable event that is beyond what is normally expected of a situation and has potentially severe consequences. Black swan events are characterized by their extreme rarity, their severe impact, and the widespread insistence they were obvious in hindsight.” Simply speaking it is referred to unexpected and unforeseen chain of events in a business that might happen out of nowhere and create a catastrophic damage to the economy or to the finances of a business. They are dangerous to deal with because no preparations could be done beforehand so as to prevent the falling economy from its repercussions.

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