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Cambridge HSC Business Studies Second Edition

 

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Cambridge Business Studies Second Edition helps students develop the knowledge, skills and confidence needed for success in Business Studies.

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  • Preliminary pages [856kb]

  • Chapter 1: Role of operations management [1.6mb]

  • Chapter 2: Influences [1.4mb]

  • Chapter 3: Operations processes [1.5mb]

  • Chapter 4: Operations strategy [1.7mb]

  • Chapter 5: Operations at Crumpler [971kb]

  • Chapter 6: Marketing [1.3mb]

  • Chapter 7: Influences on marketing [1.3mb]

  • Chapter 8: Marketing process [1.2mb]

  • Chapter 9: Marketing strategies [1.4mb]

  • Chapter 10: Marketing at Crumpler [762kb]

  • Chapter 11: Finance [1.5mb]

  • Chapter 12: Influences on financial management [1.1mb]

  • Chapter 13: Processes of financial management [1.1mb]

  • Chapter 14: Financial management strategies [1.3mb]

  • Chapter 15: Finance at Crumpler [1.4mb]

  • Chapter 16: Human Resources [1.2mb]

  • Chapter 17: Key influences [1.6mb]

  • Chapter 18: Processes of human resource management [1.2mb]

  • Chapter 19: Strategies in human resource management [1.3mb]

  • Chapter 20: Effectiveness of human resource management [860kb]

  • Chapter 21: Human resources at Crumpler [1mb]

  • Dictionary and Index [180kb]

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    Chapter 1 - Role of operations management

    Chapter 2 - Influences

    Chapter 3 - Operations processes

    Chapter 4 - Operations strategy

    Chapter 6 - Role of marketing

    Chapter 7 - Influences on marketing

    Chapter 8 - Marketing process

    Chapter 9 - Marketing strategies

    Chapter 11 - Role of financial management

    Chapter 12 - Influences on financial management

    Chapter 13 - Processes of financial management

    Chapter 14 - Financial management strategies

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    Chapter 17 - Key influences

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    Chapter 20 - Effectiveness of human resource management

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    AFR Business Case Studies
    http://www.afrbiz.com.au/

    Chapter 2

    RepuTex - Critical emissions insight and intelligence
    http://www.reputex.com.au/

    Chapter 3

    Standards Australia
    http://www.standards.org.au/

    Chapter 4

    Chapter 5

    Chapter 7

    Australian Association of National Advertisers
    http://www.aana.com.au/

    Chapter 12

    Chapter 13

    Department of health and ageing
    http://www.yourhealth.gov.au/

    Chapter 17

    Australian legal documents
    http://www.netlawman.com.au/

    Chapter 18

    Chapter 20

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    Topic 3 Finance statement examples

    Balance Sheet steps and example

    I Wish toys Pty Ltd - Balance sheet

    I Wish toys Pty Ltd - Cash flow

    I Wish toys Pty Ltd - Income statement

    Operating budgets steps and example

    Process in forecasting cash flow

    Income statement steps and example

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    Business Studies Scope and sequence

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    Topic 3 Finance - Teaching plan

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    Page 229

    Business Bite
    The third lot of financial equations should read:

     

    Assets = Liabilities + Equity
    $4000 + $6000 + $1500 $6000 + $1500 $4000

     

    Page 231 has some errors for table 13.6.

    The information should read like this:
     

    Ratio type and name

    Formula

    Results from Charmac Pty Ltd example

    Profitability
    Gross profit ratio
    Net profit ratio
    Return on equity

    Efficiency
    Expense ratio

    Gross profit/sales x 100
    Net profit/sales x 100
    Net profit/total equity x 100
     

    Total expense/sales x 100

    70% For every $1 of sales $0.70 is made in gross profit
    25% For every $1 of sales $0.25 is made in net profit
    28% For every $1 of sales $0.28 is due to be returned to the owners as their share

    45% For every $1 of sales $0.45 is needed for expense

     

    Authors

    Marianne Hickey, Tony Nader, Tim Williams