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4.1 Production of goods and services IGCSE business studies
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4.1 Production of goods and services IGCSE business studies

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In this lesson I cover: The meaning of production: Managing resources effectively to produce goods and services Difference between production and productivity Benefits of increasing efficiency and how to increase it, e.g. increasing productivity by automation and technology, improved labour skills Why businesses hold inventories The concept of lean production: how to achieve it, e.g. just-in-time inventory control and Kaizen; benefits of lean production The main methods of production: Features, benefits and limitations of job, batch and flow production Recommend and justify an appropriate production method for a given situation How technology has changed production methods: e.g. using computers in design and manufacturing
2.2 - Organisation and management IGCSE Business Studies
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2.2 - Organisation and management IGCSE Business Studies

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In this lesson I cover: draw, interpret and understand simple organisational charts: Simple hierarchical structures: span of control, levels of hierarchy, chain of command Roles and responsibilities of directors, managers, supervisors, other employees in an organisation and inter-relationships between them The role of management: Functions of management, e.g. planning, organising, coordinating, commanding and controlling Importance of delegation; trust versus control Leadership styles: Features of the main leadership styles, e.g. autocratic, democratic and laissez-faire Trade unions: What a trade union is and the effects of employees being union members there are also 2 activity students can undertake to help them remember the topics discussed.
BTEC Business Level 3 Unit 1 The Business Environment P3
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BTEC Business Level 3 Unit 1 The Business Environment P3

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This power point presentation breaks down the assignment criteria to help you understand what you need to write, research, explain, analyse or evaluate to get the desired grade in your BTEC Business Level 3. The presentation starts with some information about the unit - then states the assignment – then explanation/ breaking down of the assignment to help you get an idea of what to write – followed by an example. Some of my presentations also contain: How much you need to write to pass a certain piece of work. Tells you the ideal format of the assignment– PowerPoint presentation, report, and spreadsheet or design software’s.
The importance of training staff in business
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The importance of training staff in business

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in this powerpoint I cover the following key aspects of GCSE/ IGCSE business studies. What is training Why businesses train their employees? What is Induction training Different ways of training staff/ employee I have also prepared some Questions to help students remember the key point of the revision session/ lesson.
6.1 Government Economic Policies and Objectives IGCSE Business Studies
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6.1 Government Economic Policies and Objectives IGCSE Business Studies

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In this lesso I cover: Business cycle: Main stages of the business cycle, e.g. growth, boom, recession, slump Impact on businesses of changes in employment levels, inflation and Gross Domestic Product (GDP) How government control over the economy affects business activity and how businesses may respond: Identify government economic objectives, e.g. increasing Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Impact of changes in taxes and government spending Impact of changes in interest rates How businesses might respond to these changes
1.4.2 Business location GCSE Business Studies
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1.4.2 Business location GCSE Business Studies

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In this informative PowerPoint Presentation I cover: Factors influencing business location: proximity to: market, labour, materials and competitors nature of the business activity The impact of the internet on location decisions: e-commerce and/or fixed premises There is also an activity for students to remember the key points of this presentation.
BTEC Business Level 3 Unit 1 The Business Environment Complete
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BTEC Business Level 3 Unit 1 The Business Environment Complete

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This offer includes: Unit 1 The Business Environment P1 Describe the type of business, purpose and ownership of two contrasting businesses. Unit 1 The Business Environment P2 Describe the different stakeholders who influence the purpose of two contrasting businesses. Unit 1 The Business Environment P3 Describe how two businesses are organised. Unit 1 The Business Environment P4 Explain how their style of organisation helps them to fulfil their purposes. Unit 1 The Business Environment P5 Describe the influence of two contrasting economic environments on business activities within a selected organisation. Unit 1 The Business Environment P6 Describe how political, legal and social factors are impacting upon the business activities of the selected organisations and their stakeholders. Unit 1 The Business Environment M1 Explain the points of view of different stakeholders seeking to influence the aims and objectives of two contrasting organisations. Unit 1 The Business Environment M2 Compare the challenges to selected business activities within a selected organisation, in two different economic environments. Unit 1 The Business Environment M3 Analyse how political, legal and social factors have impacted on the two contrasting organisations. Unit 1 The Business Environment D1 Evaluate the influence different stakeholders exert in one organisation. Unit 1 The Business Environment D 2 Evaluate how future changes in economic political, legal and social factors, may impact on the strategy of a specified organisation.
2.3 Recruitment, Selection and Training of Workers
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2.3 Recruitment, Selection and Training of Workers

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In this less I cover the following: Recruitment and selecting employees:  * Recruitment and selection methods * Difference between internal recruitment and external recruitment * Main stages in recruitment and selection of employees * Benefits and limitations of part-time employees and full-time employees The importance of training and the methods of training: * Importance of training to a business and to employees * Benefits and limitations of induction training, on-the-job training and off-the-job training Why reducing the size of the workforce might be necessary: * Difference between dismissal and redundancy * Understand situations in which downsizing the workforce might be necessary, e.g. automation or reduced demand for products Legal controls over employment contracts, unfair dismissal, discrimination, health and safety, legal minimum wage
BTEC Business Level 3 Unit 3 Introduction To Marketing D2
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BTEC Business Level 3 Unit 3 Introduction To Marketing D2

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This power point presentation breaks down the assignment criteria to help you understand what you need to write, research, explain, analyse or evaluate to get the desired grade in your BTEC Business Level 3. The presentation starts with some information about the unit - then states the assignment – then explanation/ breaking down of the assignment to help you get an idea of what to write – followed by an example. Some of my presentations also contain: How much you need to write to pass a certain piece of work. Tells you the ideal format of the assignment– PowerPoint presentation, report, and spreadsheet or design software’s.
Diseases  and Immunity IGCSE Biology
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Diseases and Immunity IGCSE Biology

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This is a complete chapter presentation to help you keep the class going for the complete lesson. view the preview to make sure it meets your needs. It covers everything students need to know for their exams. we will discuss about: Pathogens Transmissible disease Antibodies Vaccination Controlling the spread of disease
Respiration IGCSE Biology
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Respiration IGCSE Biology

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This is a complete chapter presentation to help you keep the class going for the complete lesson. view the preview to make sure it meets your needs. It covers everything students need to know for their exams. Objectives: 12.1 Respiration 12.2 Aerobic Respiration 12.3 Anerobic Respiration
Gaseous exchange in humans IGCSE Biology
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Gaseous exchange in humans IGCSE Biology

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This is a complete chapter presentation to help you keep the class going for the complete lesson. view the preview to make sure it meets your needs. It covers everything students need to know for their exams. we will discuss: Characteristics of respiratory surfaces Lung structure Ventilation of the lungs Protection of the gas exchange system from pathogens and particles
Human Nutrition IGCSE Biology
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Human Nutrition IGCSE Biology

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This is a complete chapter presentation to help you keep the class going for the complete lesson. view the preview to make sure it meets your needs. It covers everything students need to know for their exams. Objectives 7.1 Diet 7.2 Alimentary canal 7.3 Mechanical digestion 7.4 Chemical digestion 7.5 Absorption
Stakeholder objectives and Business growth
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Stakeholder objectives and Business growth

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Stakeholder objectives and Business growth complete revision covering: what is Stakeholders What is Objectives in business Different Stakeholder objectives Conflict between different stakeholder objectives Business growth and how business size is measured there is also 7 questions to practice.
1.5.1 Business stakeholders GCSE Business Studies
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1.5.1 Business stakeholders GCSE Business Studies

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In this PowerPoint presentation I cover: Who business stakeholders are and their different objectives: shareholders (owners), employees, customers, managers, suppliers, local community, pressure groups, the government. Stakeholders and businesses: how stakeholders are affected by business activity how stakeholders impact business activity possible conflicts between stakeholder groups. I have also added one extra lesson starter PowerPoint which talks and helps students understand conflict of between different stakeholders. At the end of the presentation, there is an activity for students to put their learning into effect.