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    My First Day Of Training

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    Have you ever wondered what goes through your barista’s head on a daily basis? You probably haven’t because you think our jobs are easy. Well, I’ll tell you it’s not how much I love hearing about your kids or how you just bought a new car. Although, it may seem like I’m excited to see you, I’m actually really stressed out on the inside. You have to remember I’m getting paid to listen to your “amazing” lives. Reality is that I really do not care, but I will act like I do in hopes you leave a tip…

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    An autumn afternoon, a watercolor sunset streaked muted pastel shades across the sky. It was a bitingly cold chill that belonged to winter. My eyes were focused on the Manhattan skyline, a beautifully grotesque thing. Nature, half obscured by looming manmade structures. I wasn 't sure what was uglier. What an outlandish thought, to find nature so unnerving. I had been so preoccupied by my own devices that I hadn 't noticed a small girl on a crumbling concrete stoop, her eyes intently focused on…

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    Why Early To Bed, Early To Rise, Makes A Man, Healthy, Wealthy, aAnd Wise. We have all heard Benjamin Franklin’s saying, “Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise.” Many today ask if that statement is true. Many young adults and teenagers swear by their late nights and enormous amounts of coffee. However, does science back them up? Science, however, says that sleeping earlier and rising earlier can provide many health benefits, social benefits, and educational…

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    Maple Syrup Case Study

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    1.) How does the maple syrup industry reflect what we learned in class about cartels? Describe what makes FPAQs maple syrup so special (i.e., uniquely differentiated) FPAQs maple syrup is special because there are cartels of maple syrup that set the prices and negotiate with buyers. It is uniquely different because of the different seasons of maple syrup collection. With this, there is a stable market to sell maple syrup. Reference the definition of cartels and joint-profit maximization As…

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    Introduction Karl Heinrich Marx: esteemed German philosopher and author of The Communist Manifesto; a book famous for its appeal to hipster college kids who either pretend they’ve read it, or do so on thousand-dollar Mac books while sipping Starbucks purchased with daddy’s money. Pompous communist memes aside, Marx’s appeal is perhaps due to his pragmatic approach to philosophy. With his predecessors having a major focus on idealism, Marx sees philosophy as a practical approach to life in the…

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    Nespresso Case Study

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    8.1: The Unique Business model of Nespresso 8.1.1: Nespresso began in 1986 as a more traditional business model in which the company manufactured Coffee machines and created a pod system, and then gave both products to traditional retailers to sell to offices and home users. 8.1.2: For a dozen years, this model did not prosper. In 1998, a new CEO devised changes to the business model, which revolutionised sales and put the company on a growth trajectory which created annual growth of more than…

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    Step 1: Introduction - Summary of The Case Study Designer Kitchen Products (DKP) sells a variety of high-class kitchenware to stores over Europe. Last year, the company has recruited a new sales manager who name as David Seymour, to boost the sales. Yet, he did not hit the target. The management team is very disappointed with the results in the UK and now they are planning to expand the business into Asia. A highly effective sales team is needed for the successful launching of the kitchenware…

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    Mood In my story 7-Eleven Burrito, I created a peaceful mood in the beginning and end of my short story using descriptive language. When Peter entered the 7-eleven shop, “Sunlight filtered through the wide shop windows, the warm cocoa odor of the coffee machine wafted through the air, and the low humming of the hot dog machine snored in the background.”(1). The use “sunlight”, “warm”, and “snore” create an idyllic atmosphere as they convey a feeling similar to waking up early in the morning…

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    Francie Reding is currently the Human Resources Manager at Rustica Bakery in Minneapolis but before she took on this role she management recruiting for the Southeast Region Caribou Coffee locations. While she was working at Caribou Coffee, she developed region wide training materials and led training programs. Through her experiences, Reding has learned the importance of consistent training and well developed manuals. Reding believes that training is important to an organization because it…

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    Analysis of Finland Market size for Caffe’ Vergnano Finns are known as the world's most heaviest coffee-drinkers. Within 5.4 million inhabitants consumed per-capita stands at 12 kilograms of roasted coffee and 13 kilos of green coffee a year - putting the country well ahead of Norway, Sweden, Holland, Denmark, Germany, Austria and the United States. GDP in Finland is 270.67 billion US dollars in 2014, which represents 0.44 % of the world economy. That is considered to be high level of income,…

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