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Shared services center

In shared service center – Center for joint services of the organization is the legal entity responsible for the implementation and specific operational tasks, such as accounting, human resources, payroll, information technology, law, compliance, ...

                                               

Shareholder

Shareholder-individual or institution that legally owns one or more shares in a public or private Corporation. Shareholders can be attributed to the members of the Corporation. By law, a person is not a shareholder of the Corporation until their ...

                                               

Shareholder value

Shareholder value is a business term, sometimes formulated as the maximization of value for shareholders or as a model of shareholder value, which implies that the ultimate measure of the success of the company is the extent to which it enriches ...

                                               

Shiftability theory

In the banking sector, shiftability approach for banks to hold liquid, supporting the shifting of assets. When the Bank runs out of money, he can sell or REPO its assets to more liquid Bank.

                                               

Short shipment

Short cargo when the cargo listed in the shipping list, but not included in the shipment, or not received by the recipient. In particular, when the amount received is less than the indicated quantity. Conversely, when the overshipment quantity is ...

                                               

Short-termism

Short-termism is the priority of fast money, quickly executed projects and short-term results over long-term results and forward looking. The transience attributed to certain cognitive distortions.

                                               

Shotgun clause

Offer a shotgun is a term not a legal term. This is a special kind of exit that can be included in a shareholder agreement, and can often be related to the contract of sale. Offer shotgun shareholder to offer a specific price per share for shares ...

                                               

Single-window system

The principle of "one window" is a trade facilitation idea.In simple words, it allows the user to obtain the necessary information from one source. As such, the implementation of "single window" allows international traders to submit regulatory d ...

                                               

SIPOC

Process improvement, SIPOC is a tool that summarizes the inputs and outputs of one or more processes in table form. It is used to identify the business process from start to finish, before the work begins. The acronym SIPOC stands for with upplie ...

                                               

Six Sigma

Not to be confused with 5S methodology Six Sigma is a set of methods and tools for process improvement. He was introduced to American engineer bill Smith while working at Motorola in the 1980s. Jack Welch made it Central to his business strategy ...

                                               

Skin in the game (phrase)

For "skin in the game" suffered the risk of being involved in the achievement of the goal. In the phrase, "skin" is a Synecdoche for the person involved, and "game" is a metaphor for the action on the field in the process of discussion. Aphorism ...

                                               

Social consumerism

Social consumerism occurs when consumers needs are satisfied, the business achieves profitability and the social problem has a positive effect. This is very different from a traditional business model that reaches only the first two tasks. The va ...

                                               

Social selling

Social selling is the process of development of relations in the framework of the sales process. Today this often occurs through social networks such as LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest, but can take place either online or offline. Exam ...

                                               

Speed thinking

Speed thinking is a type of thinking methodology proposed by authors such as Dr. Ken Hudson, Malcolm Gladwell, Edward de Bono, which, according to the authors, can accelerate thinking and improve as an individual or group thinks, creates, solves ...

                                               

Spend analysis

The business to analyze or to conduct business management is the process of collecting, cleansing, classifying and analysing expenditure data with goal of reducing of procurement cost, improving efficiency and monitoring and compliance. It can al ...

                                               

Split billing

Unbundling is the separation of accounts for service into two or more parts. Bills, you can divide work between clients, payers for reimbursement of different providers to perform the shared service.

                                               

Sprinkler strategy

The sprinkler strategy is a strategy for market entry is based on the principle of diversification in which a company tries to enter as many markets as possible in a relatively short time. The successful implementation of the strategy of firefigh ...

                                               

Staff management

Personnel management is the management of subordinates in the organization. Often, large organizations have many of these functions are performed by a specialist Department such as personnel or human resources, but all line managers are still req ...

                                               

Strategic alliance

A strategic Alliance is an agreement between two or more parties to achieve complex objectives needed while remaining independent organizations. A strategic Alliance typically will not have a legal partnership, legal entity, Agency, or corporate ...

                                               

Strategic early warning system

The purpose of strategic early warning systems is to assist organizations in combating discontinuities or strategic surprises. When detecting weak signals, which can be perceived as important discontinuities in an organizational environment, sews ...

                                               

Strategic financial management

Strategic financial management is the study of Finance in the long term with the strategic objectives of the enterprise. Financial management currently, increasingly referred to as "strategic financial management", so as to give it a higher count ...

                                               

Strategic management

In the field of management, strategic management involves the development and implementation of the major goals and initiatives taken in the organization top managers on behalf of owners, taking into account the resources and evaluate the interna ...

                                               

Strategic partnership

Strategic partnership-a relationship between two commercial enterprises, usually formalized by one or more business contracts. Strategic partnership, generally will be deprived of a legal partnership, legal entity, Agency, or corporate affiliate ...

                                               

Strategic risk

Strategic risk is the risk of bad business decisions, or lack thereof, may present for the company. Strategic risk is often a major factor in determining the value of the company especially if the company is experiencing a sharp drop in a short p ...

                                               

Strategic sourcing

Strategic sourcing is an organizational procurement, which continuously improves and re-evaluates the purchasing activities of the company. In the service sector, strategic sourcing refers to a solution services, sometimes called a strategic part ...

                                               

Straw man proposal

Straw-man proposal is brainstorming a simple project designed for the discussion of its disadvantages and to provoke the creation of new and better proposals. The term is American business lingo, but it is also found in the engineering Department ...

                                               

Street date

In business, at the present date a product should be released for sale to the General public. Typically, retailers receive shipments of stock prior to the date of the street release, so that the product can be placed on display shelves for store ...

                                               

Structured sale

A structured sale or structured installment sale, is a special kind of sale in installments in accordance with the Tax code. In installments, the seller defers recognition of profits from the sale of a business or property in the tax year in whic ...

                                               

Subsidiary

A subsidiary company or affiliated company is a company which is owned or controlled by another company called the parent company, a parent or holding company. The subsidiary can be a company, Corporation or limited liability company. In some cas ...

                                               

Super Bowl indicator

The super bowl indicator is a superstition that says that the dynamics in the stock markets in a given year can be predicted on the basis of the results of the super bowl this year. He was "discovered" Leonard Koppett in the 70-ies, when he reali ...

                                               

Supplier association

The relationship with the provider is a business term which refers to the client company, bringing together a group of suppliers on a formal and regular basis in order to achieve strategic and operational alignment.

                                               

Supplier convergence

The convergence provider business model where the company offers services or products that were previously supplied by separate companies. It should not be confused with product convergence, where one product combines and replaces several others, ...

                                               

Supplier diversity

Program supplier diversity is the active business program that encourages the use of minority-owned, women-owned, veteran owned, LGBT-owned, service disabled Veteran owned historically low level of business and small business administration -defi ...

                                               

Supplier evaluation

Vendor assessment and vendor evaluation are terms used in business and refers to the process of evaluating and approving potential suppliers by quantitative assessment. The aim of the process is to ensure a portfolio of best in class suppliers is ...

                                               

Supply chain responsiveness matrix

The food chain responsiveness matrix is a tool used to analyze inventory and lead time in the organization. The matrix is one of a number of tools mapping of the value stream The matrix is represented by showing time along the X-axis and inventor ...

                                               

Table stakes

Poker and other gambling games, bet in game is a rule that a player may bet no more money than they had on the table at the beginning of this force, they cannot return to your pocket more money after the deal. It limits the amount a player can lo ...

                                               

Tacit relocation

Tacit relocation in Scotland law is a principle whereby leases of land or buildings are renewed on the same conditions as previously existed if no notice of its dissolution in a timely manner, provided a minimum period of one year, applying in pe ...

                                               

Test and learn

Test and learn is a set of practices of retailers, banks and other consumer-focused companies to test ideas in a small number of locations or customers to predict impact. The process is often designed to answer three questions about any tested pr ...

                                               

Third-party administrator

The third party administrator is an organization that processes insurance claims or certain aspects of pension plans, for a separate entity. It is also a term used to define organizations within the insurance industry that the administration of o ...

                                               

First-party source

In Commerce, a "third party source" means a provider who is not directly controlled by any seller or a client / buyer in business transactions. The third party is independent of the other two, even if hired by them, because not all control is ves ...

                                               

Throughput (business)

Throughput is the rate at which product moves through the production process and consumption by the end customer, typically measured in the form of a sale or use of statistical data. The goal of most organizations is to minimize investment resour ...

                                               

Throughput accounting

Throughput accounting based on principles and simplified management accounting approach that provides managers information support of decision-making to improve the profitability of the enterprise. TA is relatively new in management accounting. I ...

                                               

Time and materials

Time and materials is a standard phrase in a contract for construction, the development of a new product, or any other piece of work in which the employer undertakes to pay the contractor on the basis of time spent by contractors employees and su ...

                                               

Time to market

In Commerce, time to market is the time it takes from a product is conceived until it will be available for sale. TTM is important in industries where products quickly become obsolete. A common assumption is that TTM matters most to first-of-a-ki ...

                                               

Tonnage tax

Tonnage tax is a tax mechanism that can be applied to shipping companies. The tax shall be the net tonnage of the entire fleet of vessels in operation or use of the company. It is through this variable that the taxation is applied. Given that per ...

                                               

Total addressable market

The total volume of the target market, also called total available market, is a term that is commonly used to refer to the income opportunity available for a product or service. It will help prioritise business opportunities, serving as a quick m ...

                                               

Total productive maintenance

TRM is a system of maintaining and improving the integrity of production, security and quality on the basis of machines, equipment, processes and employees that add business value to the organization. TPM focuses on keeping all equipment in good ...

                                               

Total quality management

Total quality management is to organize efforts to "establish and make permanent a climate where employees continuously improve their ability to meet the demand for products and services that customers will find of particular value." Total notes ...

                                               

Trade finance

Trade Finance signifies financing for trade, and this applies to both domestic and international trade transactions. A trade transaction requires a seller of goods and services, as well as the buyer. Various intermediaries, such as banks and fina ...

                                               

Trading account assets

Trading account assets include a separate account managed by banks that buy government securities of the United States and other securities for its own trading account for resale at a profit to other banks and to the public, and not for investmen ...

                                               

Traffic management

Traffic management is key to logistics. It concerns the planning, control and purchasing of transport services needed to physically move vehicles and goods. Traffic management is carried out by people working with different names in different ind ...

                                               

Transparency report

In the report transparency is the statement on a regular basis at the expense of the company, disclosing various statistics related requests for user data, records or content. Reports transparency, as a rule, reveal how often and under what gover ...

                                               

Travel and subsistence

Travel and subsistence expenses describe the cost of spending on business travel, meals, accommodation, a variety of items, such as Laundry and similar special costs. These payments are often tax and related consequences, depending on the country ...

                                               

TRevPAR

TRevPAR or total revenue per available room is a performance metric in the hotel industry. TRevPAR is calculated by dividing the total revenue of the property for a total available rooms. TRevPAR is the preferred reference point for accountants a ...

                                               

Trojan horse (business)

In business, a Trojan horse is an advertising offer made by a company that is designed to attract potential customers by offering them cash or something of value for acceptance, but following acceptance, the buyer has to spend a much larger sum o ...

                                               

Undercapitalization

Under capitalization refers to any situation where a business cannot acquire the funds they need. Under-capitalized business may be one that cannot afford current operational expenses due to lack of capital, which could lead to bankruptcy, may be ...

                                               

Undervalued stock

An undervalued stock is defined as stock that sells at a price significantly below what is expected of its intrinsic value. For example, if the stock sells, but there is a 0 on the basis of projected future cash flows, is undervalued stocks. Nume ...

                                               

Utilization rate

In business, the utilization rate is an important number for firms that charge their time to clients, and for those that need to increase productivity of their employees. It can reflect the efficiency of the billing or the total productive use of ...

                                               

Value chain management capability

Chain management capability refers to the organization ability to manage atomised activities and partners that are part of the production chain. Chain management capabilities is the higher level of possibilities, which brings together a variety o ...

                                               

Value investing

Investing is an investment paradigm that involves buying securities that appear undervalued by some form of fundamental analysis. Various forms of investment cost are derived from the investment philosophy first taught by Benjamin Graham and Davi ...

                                               

Value proposition

Value proposition is a promise of value to be delivered, communicated, and acknowledged. This is also a belief from the customer about how value will be delivered, experienced and acquired. The meaning of a sentence can be applied to the entire o ...

                                               

Value stream

Flows of value are the artifacts within the architecture that enable the business to determine the value received by the external or internal stakeholders of the organization. The flow of value creation represents the stakeholders initiates and p ...

                                               

Value-added reseller

Value-reseller-a company that adds features or services to an existing product and then resells it as an integrated product or complete "turn-key" solutions. This practice usually occurs in the electronics or it industry, where, for example, a VA ...

                                               

Value-stream mapping

Value flow display, also known as "material and information - Doppler mapping", is a lean-management method for analyzing the current state and designing future state for the series of events that take product or service from the beginning of the ...

                                               

Venture equity

Venture capital refers to an investment strategy that incorporates a hybrid of venture capital and private approaches of the capital. Firms or individuals engaged in venture capital to acquire struggling start-UPS, to make improvements to the com ...

                                               

Vertical disintegration

Vertical disintegration refers to a specific organizational form of industrial production. In contrast to vertical integration, in which production occurs within a specific organization, vertical disintegration means that various uneconomical of ...

                                               

Vertical integration

In microeconomics and management, vertical integration is a mechanism in which the supply chain the company belongs to the company. As a rule, each participant of the supply chain produces a different product or service, and the products combine ...

                                               

Very small business

Very small business is a company that is located in the lower part, from the point of view of size of companies that are considered small and medium enterprises. The actual definition of what size companies klassificeret as VSBs varies from regio ...

                                               

Virtual business

Virtual business uses electronic means to conduct business, unlike a traditional brick and mortar business that relies on face-to-face transactions with physical documents and cash or credit.

                                               

Virtual office

A virtual office is part of the flexible workspace industry, which provides any combination of services, space and / or technology, without those businesses bearing the capital costs of owning or renting a traditional office. Started virtual offi ...

                                               

Vision statement

A vision statement is a recognition of the goals of the organization, directed at its internal decisions. The vision statement is not limited to business organizations, and can also be used non-profit or government organizations.

                                               

VRIO

Acting is a platform for business analysis is part of the firms major strategic schemes. The basic strategic process that any firm goes begins with conception and continues at a target, internal and external analysis, strategic choice and strateg ...

                                               

Vulture investor

Unlike an angel investor, a vulture investor buys assets and financial instruments below cost from distressed persons. This can take the form of securities, debt, assets, real estate, etc. a Vulture investor may purchase the controlling shares of ...

                                               

Window of opportunity

The "window of opportunity" - the period of time during which some action can be taken that will achieve the desired result. Once this period is over, the window "closes", the result is impossible.

                                               

Workload

Load is the amount of work people have to do. There is a difference between the actual amount of work and the perception of stress. The load can also be classified as quantitative workload, quality or complexity of work. The evaluation of the wor ...

                                               

Workspace

Workspace refers to small residential premises provided, often by local authorities or economic development agencies to help new businesses to establish themselves. These typically provide not only physical space and utilities, but also administr ...

                                               

Yield management

Profitability management is a variable pricing strategy, based on understanding, predicting and influencing consumer behavior with the goal to maximize revenue or profits from a fixed, time-limited resource. As a specific, inventory-focused branc ...

                                               

Zero Defects

Zero defect control program to eliminate defects in industrial production that enjoyed popularity in American industry from 1964 until the early 1970-ies. Quality expert Philip Crosby later incorporated it into his "Absolutes of quality managemen ...

                                               

Zone of possible agreement

The term zone of possible agreement, or a series of negotiations, describes the intellectual zone in sales and negotiations between the two parties, where the minimum objectives of the parties coincide. Where such duplication is not given, in oth ...

                                               

Bleisure travel

Bleisure travel is the suitcase of" business” and" Leisure”, and this refers to the" activity to combine business trips with rest of time.” The term bleisure was first published in 2009 by the future laboratory as part of its biannual trend brief ...

                                               

Business travel

Business travel is travel undertaken for work or business purposes, unlike other types of travel, such as pleasure or plying regularly between home and the workplace. According to the survey, 88% of small business owners order business trips.

                                               

Christopherson Business Travel

Christopherson business travel-corporate travel management company with headquarters in salt lake city, Utah and founded in 1953. Christopherson is the largest travel Agency in Utah, and the largest national travel affiliate of BCD Travel in, wit ...

                                               

CNN Business Traveller

The CNN business Traveller is a monthly television program on CNN international Richard Quest is organized. The program was launched in 2002 and the programme discusses various topics related to business travel, including airlines, Lounges in air ...

                                               

Corporate travel management

Corporate travel management is the function of management the strategic approach of the company to visit, negotiate with all suppliers, daily work program corporate travel, traveler safety and security, credit card management and travel expenses ...

                                               

FCM Travel Solutions

Solutions FCM travel is a corporate travel business travel center team. The company with headquarters in Brisbane and a network covering over 90 countries in Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific and America.

                                               

Travel management company

Manual of travel Agency-organisation, management organisation corporate or programme of the business trip. They often provide the end user with online booking, mobile applications, program management and consulting teams, Executive travel service ...

                                               

The Economists' Voice

Economists Voice is a publishing forum for professional economists that seeks to fill the gap between the review pages of Newspapers and scientific articles. Published Walter de Gruyter, forum for research and scientific points of view on policy ...

                                               

ISM Report On Business

From ISM report on business ®, popularly known as save, is the collective name for two monthly reports, the manufacturing ISM report on business ®, and ISM non-manufacturing report on business ® is published by the Institute for supply management ...

                                               

Non-Manufacturing ISM Report on Business

Non-manufacturing ISM report on business is a purchasing survey of the service economy of the United States, published by the Institute for supply management Since June 1998. The results is a popular economic indicator and forecaster. The survey ...

                                               

Philadelphia Fed Report

Report of the Federal reserve-Philadelphia, Formally known as surveys of business, and sometimes abbreviated to BOS is a monthly survey produced by the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia which questions manufacturers on General terms. The index ...

                                               

The Poor Pay More

The poor pay more is a book published 1967 David Caplovitz. Its the study of sociology that can be called "poverty penalty" which is a concept that poor people pay more for the same goods and services, and people with big money to do. Esther Pete ...

                                               

Regulatory News Service

Regulatory news service transmits regulatory and non-regulatory information published by companies and organisations allowing them to comply with local legislation, the transparency of the market. It belongs to the London stock exchange and sells ...

                                               

SigFig (company)

Sigfig is an investment portal that uses the Wiki format. It is available online and through the app. Wikinvest also was a winner in the 2008 SXSW interactive web awards.

                                               

10.000 Women

10.000 women is a program organized by Goldman Sachs and the Fund, "Goldman Sachs", with the aim to ensure the growth of local economies by providing business education, mentoring and networking and access to capital to serve women entrepreneurs ...

                                               

22 point regulation

22 point regulation was a guideline approved by the Communist party of China in 1988 to encourage Taiwanese investment in China.

                                               

100 Best Workplaces in Europe

100 best workplaces in Europe in the ranking of the 100 workplaces in Europe performed each year, the "financial times", in partnership with the great place to work. The list is based on employee surveys and a review of the company culture. Two-t ...

                                               

Abandonment cost

Abandonment costs or abandonment costs are costs associated with failure in a business venture. Failure traditionally the costs used in the process of abandonment of the under-productive and non-productive wells oil or gas. In this context, this ...

                                               

Acceptable loss

Acceptable loss, also known as acceptable damage, is a military euphemism used to indicate casualties or destruction inflicted to the opponent that is small or tolerable. In a combat situation, managers must often choose between options where non ...

                                               

Acqui-hiring

Acqui-hiring or recruitment is a neologism, or a talent acquisition is the process of purchasing a company in the first place, recruit their staff than their products or services. Ben Zimmer traced the origin of the phrase in a blog in may 2005. ...

                                               

Activated Content

Activated content digital watermarking company based in Seattle, Washington. The company has its own patented audio watermarking technology and offers solutions based around watermarks. The system was developed with help from Sony Music and Unive ...

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