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Measures of Location – AS Maths Revision – Statistics (S1)


The basics on the three averages (the ones that begin with the letter m) Continue reading

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The European Union – GCSE Business Studies Revision


EU At the time of writing there are 27 countries in it, and 16 use the single currency (euro) I can’t be bothered to list them here, and I’m sure there won’t be a question asking you to list them … Continue reading

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Environmental Issues – GCSE Business Studies Revision


   Environment The supply chain is the route taken by a product (and the processes involved) from the raw materials to the customer This can have a large environmental impact The effects can be divided into long-term effects and short-term effects … Continue reading

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Pressure Groups and Acting Ethically – GCSE Business Studies Revision


Ethics is It’s to do with what’s right and what isn’t These ideas of right and wrong are often found in business situations Businesses like to appear ethical, to get a good reputation Some owners believe that being ethical increases costs … Continue reading

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Communication – GCSE Business Studies Revision


Not just for revision Communication: it’s a process. A process where information is passed Between groups / organizations, or between individuals There are three main categories: written, visual and verbal Written communication (letters, emails, etc.) is good for ‘official‘ stuff, … Continue reading

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Organisational Structuring – GCSE Business Studies Revision


A structure? That’s nice… The structure of a business can be shown by a diagram called an organisational chart They’re designed to show the following things: Chain of command: Who gets their orders from who, via whom? It’s the path instructions are … Continue reading

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