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I will try to explain the homework there are three different themes:Business Accounting; Business Analysis and Principles of Marketing.The books for each theme are attached and the homework also.In the homework there is 3 tasks and there are written LO(Learining outcome and the theme ,so i Also wrote the learning outcomes for each theme)


Business Analysis (EQ/05/22)

LEARNING OUTCOME 1

Identify and apply a variety of primary and secondary sources of business data

Performance Criteria

Content


1.1 Create a plan to collect primary and secondary data for a chosen business scenario.

Primary and secondary sources of data for selected scenario.

1.2 Choose an appropriate survey methodology and sampling frame/method.

Survey methodology; sample frame; sampling methods; sample error; pilot surveys.

1.3 Design a questionnaire for a given business problem.

Questionnaire design; format; accessibility.

1.4 Collect data for the above scenario.

Data collection, recording and presentation techniques

LEARNING OUTCOME 2

Apply statistical techniques and software to analyse data for business purposes

Performance Criteria

Content


2.1 Summarise data and analyse results to draw valid conclusions in a given business context.

Summarise data using measures such as mean, standard deviation, analyse data produced for LO1 and draw evidence-based conclusions. Accurately use calculation methodology

2.2 Use financial tools for decision making.

Use spreadsheet formulae and functions for business calculations: e.g. NPV, discounted cash flow, internal rate of return etc. and make recommendations based on your analysis.

LEARNING OUTCOME 3


Be able to present information for business decision making

Performance Criteria

Content


3.1 Explain your data, results and conclusions, explaining reasons for the approach taken, in a formal business report.

Formal report formats, ways to summarise and display data, conclusions drawn from data.

3.2 Prepare a business presentation using software tools to disseminate your findings to a business audience.


BUSINESS ACCOUNTING

LEARNING OUTCOME 1

Explain and apply financial accounting techniques .

Performance Criteria

Content


1.1 Explain the main financial statements.

Basic form, structure and purpose of main financial statements i.e. balance sheet, profit and loss account, cash flow statement, notes. Accurate calculation methodology.

1.2 Compare appropriate formats of financial statements for different types of business.

Sole traders, small companies, partnerships, large companies.

1.3 Interpret financial statements using appropriate ratios and comparisons, both internal and external.

Use of key accounting ratios for profitability, liquidity, efficiency and investment; comparison both external i.e. other companies, industry standards and internal i.e. previous periods, budgets. Accurate calculation methodology wherever appropriate.

LEARNING OUTCOME 2

Interpret and apply management accounting techniques

Performance Criteria

Content


2.1 Classify different types of costs.

Direct, indirect, fixed, variable, overheads, materials, labour, costs of sales etc.

2.2 Use different costing methods to calculate costs using suitable techniques.

Job, batch, process, contract, service costing; marginal, absorption, activity based, stock valuation, cost pricing. Accurate calculation methodology required where appropriate.

2.3 Select appropriate budgeting methods for an organisation and prepare budgets.

Historic, zero-based etc.

LEARNING OUTCOME 3

Apply appropriate accounting techniques in business decision making scenarios

Performance Criteria

Content


3.1 Analyse budgets and make appropriate decisions.

Analysis and monitoring of cash and other budgets.

3.2 Explain the calculation of unit costs and make pricing decisions using relevant information.

Costing and pricing decisions: calculation of unit costs, use within pricing decisions; sensitivity analysis. Calculation methodology to be accurate.

3.3 Evaluate the viability of a project using investment appraisal techniques

Investment appraisal: payback period; accounting rate of return; discounted cash flow techniques i.e. net present value; internal rate of return. Calculation methodology to be accurate wherever appropriate.

3.4 Analyse the sources of finance available to a business .

Explain possible ways to raise finance and select most suitable for a given scenario

Principles of Marketing

Stage 1 – Principles of Marketing (EQ/05/08)

Equivalent RQF Level : ____
Unit Code : EQ/05/08
Credit Value : 15


Unit Purpose : This unit enables the learner to explain the principles, costs and benefits of marketing, describe marketing processes and their application to different types of business and market, explore the components of the marketing mix and the use of market segmentation, targeting and positioning to achieve competitive advantage.

LEARNING OUTCOME 1

Evaluate the marketing concept and process.

Performance Criteria

Content


1.1 Explain the elements of the marketing concept and process.

Marketing concept: evolution of marketing; marketing orientations; societal issues and emergent philosophies; customer and competitor orientation; efficiency and effectiveness; limitations of the marketing concept; satisfying customer needs and wants; value and satisfaction; exchange relationships. Marketing process: marketing audit; integrated marketing; environmental analysis; SWOT analysis; marketing objectives; constraints; options; plans to include target markets and marketing mix; scope of marketing

1.2 Analyse the benefits and costs of marketing orientation for a selected organisation.

Costs and benefits of marketing: marketing and competitive advantage; building customer satisfaction; desired quality; service and customer care; relationship marketing; customer retention; customer profitability

LEARNING OUTCOME 2

Analyse the elements of the extended marketing mix and apply it to marketing in different contexts.

Performance Criteria

Content


2.1 Explain McCarthy’s 4 Ps: how products are developed, distributed, priced and promoted to sustain competitive advantage.

Explain McCarthy’s 4 Ps: how products are developed, distributed, priced and promoted to sustain competitive advantage.

2.2 Analyse the additional 3Ps of the extended marketing mix: people, physical evidence and process management.

Shift from 4Ps to 7Ps: people, physical evidence and process management.
B2C and B2B markets, service and product marketing, international markets and globalisation.

LEARNING OUTCOME 3


Apply the concepts of segmentation, targeting and positioning in response to marketing problems.

Performance Criteria

Content


3.1 Analyse macro and micro environmental factors which influence marketing decisions for a chosen scenario

PESTEL analysis and SWOT to identify organisational competencies.

3.2 Propose segmentation criteria to be used for products in different markets.

Bases for segmenting markets, (geographic, demographic, psychographic and behavioural); benefits of Segmentation.

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3.3 Identify and describe a targeting and positioning strategy for a selected product/service.

Segments and targeting strategies e.g. airline and train ticket pricing, mobile phones, supermarkets.Positioning: definition and meaning; relationship to segmentation and positioning; influence over marketing mix

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EduQual Diploma in Business and Marketing Management (SCQF Level 8) COMBINED ASSIGNMENT ONE: Business Accounting; Business Analysis and Principles of Marketing Copyright © EduQual Ltd. 2016 Page 1 of 8 Contents Assessment Guidelines 2 Context 2 Confidentiality 2 Assessment Criteria and Mark Sheets 2 Tutor Guidance 2 Word Count 2 Referencing and Professionalism 3 Plagiarism and Collusion 3 Combined Assignment 1: Business Accounting; Business Analysis and Principles of Marketing 4 Task 1 4 Task 2 4 Task 3 5 Assignment Word Count 5 Combined Assignment 1: Criteria and Mark Scheme 6 Assessment Criteria for All Assessments 8 BMM Combined Assignment 1: Business Accounting, Business Analysis and Principles of Marketing (SCQF), Issue 1.0, March 2017 Copyright © EduQual Ltd. 2016 Page 2 of 8 Assessment Guidelines Learners of EduQual qualifications must complete the tasks given in the assignment brief approved by EduQual. Learners are able to request assistance from tutors about completing the tasks, mark schemes and grade descriptors. Learners are expected to adhere to policies and guidelines set out by the centre, which includes word/page/slide count and plagiarism/collusion. Context Learners are required to refer to the guidance notes and assignment brief in order to present an answer that would fall within the required context. Confidentiality Learners must seek permission and advice when using organisational/business information that would be considered sensitive or confidential within their assignments. If the organisation’s consent is given, and anonymity is a given requirement of the organisation, then the learner must respect this. Assessment Criteria and Mark Sheets The assignment brief will include the mark scheme along with grade descriptors for learners to refer to if needed. The guidance notes before the assignment questions should be used for reference in order to ensure that learners are equipped with the information and formats required. Learners are requested to obtain necessary advice on assignment context, format and other supporting information to clarify and help understand the requirements. The assessment criteria and the mark sheets will help learners identify how and where the marks have been allocated and allow them to structure their answers accordingly. Please note that learners must achieve a minimum of 40% of the marks allocated for each task and that the average mark awarded to all tasks of an assignment must be a minimum of 40% of the overall marks awarded. Tutor Guidance Learners are allowed one piece of feedback for draft answers they present. Any subject-related questions relating to the module can also be directed to the tutor. Word Count It is mandatory that learners adhere to the specified word count given in the assignment brief within a margin of -/+10%. For certain tasks, the assignment brief may specify the page count depending on the task requirement and, although a word count may not always be applicable for these, the page count must be adhered to at all times. All tables, charts, diagrams, referencing (in-text) will be considered a part of the assignment word count. Back to Contents BMM Combined Assignment 1: Business Accounting, Business Analysis and Principles of Marketing (SCQF), Issue 1.0, March 2017 Copyright © EduQual Ltd. 2016 Page 3 of 8 If the task requires learners to make a presentation, the word count will only be applicable to the notes provided. The assignment questions may also specify the number of slides, in which case the learners are also required to adhere to this. Any supporting documents used to reinforce a learner’s answer need to be attached at the end of the report as appendices. Such supplementary material will equip the examiner with the required background knowledge on the information provided within the report. However, these will not be considered for grading nor as part of the word/page count. All assignments submitted with clear disregard for the stipulated page/word counts may be discounted, and the learners may have to resubmit his/her work for assessment pending revision/review of their work. Referencing and Professionalism To ensure that they follow a professional stance at all times, learners must:  Use the Harvard system of referencing for all citations and references (including in-text)  Use professional, formal English in presenting their work  Refrain from writing in a first-person perspective (i.e. ‘I’, ‘We’, ‘Me’, etc. should not be used within the answer). Learners should bear in mind that marks are awarded for professional format and presentation, and that considerable marks can be awarded for validity and quality of referencing. Therefore, referencing and professionalism will be assessed in every task. Plagiarism and Collusion Plagiarism and collusion will be considered an academic offence and will be dealt with as a serious issue. Plagiarism can be defined as: the presentation of the work of another author without appropriate referencing and/or attribution (leading to the false assumption that the learner is the originator of the text). Collusion can be defined as a circumstance in which: two or more learners present work with distinct similarities in concept and ideas. Learners must have access to valid plagiarism software (i.e. Turnitin) to assess ‘similarity index’ between their work and work that has been published elsewhere. This Turnitin report must be submitted along with their final assignment scripts for reference purposes.1 Excessive referencing (i.e. where unneeded/irrelevant) will also be considered an academic offence, which will lead to learners being penalised in marks awarded for structure and format of their work or, in serious cases, leading to the work of learners being discounted as unfit for assessment. Such matters will be decided by academic panel along with EduQual. 1 Note that centres must provide their learners with access to Turnitin software or else submit learners’ work for analysis via Turnitin upon receiving learner assignment scripts. In either case, the Turnitin report must be included with the submission of any learner work for assessment. Back to Contents BMM Combined Assignment 1: Business Accounting, Business Analysis and Principles of Marketing (SCQF), Issue 1.0, March 2017 Copyright © EduQual Ltd. 2016 Page 4 of 8 Combined Assignment 1: Business Accounting; Business Analysis and Principles of Marketing The three tasks shown below constitute 90% of the overall mark. 10% of the overall marks for the assignment must be given to ‘Structure and Format’. You have been asked to prepare reports and make presentations to explain the role of accounting, related business analysis techniques and the implications for marketing to the managers of other departments. In writing your report, you should make use of the financial data/ statements available for your organisation and address the issues in each of the three Tasks outlined below. Task 1 For a selected organisation, identify primary and secondary sources of data concerning costing, pricing and investment decision- making techniques. Use business presentation tools to construct a presentation to communicate your data, results and conclusions to an appropriate audience  Choose and plan appropriate survey methods, sampling techniques and questionnaires and collect and collate data  Explain how appropriate accounting techniques support effective decision-making, including pricing and investment decisions. In so doing, you should explain budgets, calculation of unit costs, selected investment appraisal techniques and identify the sources of finance available to a business. Business Analysis LO1, LO2, LO3; Business Accounting LO1, LO3 Task 2 For your selected organisation, use financial and management accounting techniques to explain, record and interpret financial data, financial statements and preparation of budgets. Your response should feature:  Comparison of different types of financial statements and their appropriateness for different types of business.  Explanation and application of management accounting techniques to classify and calculate costs; to prepare budgets for your selected organisation. In your response, you should:  classify different types of cost  use different costing methods for your calculations  select appropriate budget methods for preparation of a budget Business Accounting: LO1, LO2 Back to Contents BMM Combined Assignment 1: Business Accounting, Business Analysis and Principles of Marketing (SCQF), Issue 1.0, March 2017 Copyright © EduQual Ltd. 2016 Page 5 of 8 Task 3 For a selected organisation  Explain the elements of the marketing concept and processes, and their relation to the costs and benefits of its marketing orientation.  Propose segmentation, targeting and positioning criteria for its products and/or services in response to existing marketing problems/issues. (For example: how would 2 major retail organisations such as Tesco or Marks and Spencer respond to their current problems?)  Differentiate between the marketing mix and the extended marketing mix, and explain the role of the marketing mix in sustaining competitive advantage. Principles of Marketing: LO1; LO2; LO3 Assignment Word Count Task 1 Presentation, with notes and of 20 slides/equivalent maximum Task 2, 3 2500 words across both tasks Back to Contents BMM Combined Assignment 1: Business Accounting, Business Analysis and Principles of Marketing (SCQF), Issue 1.0, March 2017 Copyright © EduQual Ltd. 2016 Page 6 of 8 Combined Assignment 1: Criteria and Mark Scheme Assessment Criteria Task 1: For a selected organisation, identify primary and secondary sources of data concerning costing, pricing and investment decision- making techniques. Use business presentation tools to construct a presentation to communicate your data, results and conclusions to an appropriate audience  Choose and plan appropriate survey methods, sampling techniques and questionnaires and collect and collate data  Explain how appropriate accounting techniques support effective decisionmaking, including pricing and investment decisions. In so doing, you should explain budgets, calculation of unit costs, selected investment appraisal techniques and identify the sources of finance available to a business. Business Analysis LO1, LO2, LO3; Business Accounting LO1, LO3 Task 2: For your selected organisation, use financial and management accounting techniques to explain, record and interpret financial data, financial statements and preparation of budgets. Your response should feature:  Comparison of different types of financial statements and their appropriateness for different types of business.  Explanation and application of management accounting techniques to classify and calculate costs; to prepare budgets for your selected organisation. In your response, you should:  classify different types of cost  use different costing methods for your calculations  select appropriate budget methods for preparation of a budget Business Accounting: LO1, LO2 Marks allocated Typical Content 30 Primary and secondary data sources data collection plan, Survey methods, sampling frames and methods e.g. random, quota, quasirandom, pilot surveys Mark Given Collect and record and analyse data Types of costs and classification: materials; labour; overheads; direct and indirect; fixed; variable and semi-variable. Costing methods: Job costing; batch costing; process costing; contract costing; service costing. Cost measurement: absorption and marginal costing; traditional overhead absorption and activity-based costing; stock valuation methods (FIFO, LIFO, AVCO, standard costing). Costing as basis for pricing and stock valuation: cost plus pricing; market pricing; target costing. Budgeting: Historic basis; zero-based Calculation methodology must be accurately used and wherever appropriate 30 Terminology: Introduction to debit, credit, books of prime entry, accounts and ledgers, trial balance, final accounts and international equivalents under the International Accounting Standards (IAS). Financial Statements: Basic form, structure and purpose of main financial statements (i.e. balance sheet, profit and loss account, cash flow statement, notes). Interpretation: Use of key accounting ratios for profitability, liquidity, efficiency and investment; comparison, both external (i.e. other companies and/or industry standards) and internal (i.e. preceding period budget reports). Back to Contents BMM Combined Assignment 1: Business Accounting, Business Analysis and Principles of Marketing (SCQF), Issue 1.0, March 2017 Copyright © EduQual Ltd. 2016 Page 7 of 8 Task 3: For a selected organisation  Explain the elements of the marketing concept and processes, and their relation to the costs and benefits of its marketing orientation.  Propose segmentation, targeting and positioning criteria for its products and/or services in response to existing marketing problems/issues. (For example: how would 2 major retail organisations such as Tesco or Marks and Spencer respond to their current problems?)  Differentiate between the marketing mix and the extended marketing mix, and explain the role of the marketing mix in sustaining competitive advantage. Principles of Marketing: LO1; LO2; LO3 30 Marketing concept: evolution of marketing; marketing orientations; societal issues and emergent philosophies; customer and competitor orientation; efficiency and effectiveness; limitations of the marketing concept; satisfying customer needs and wants; value and satisfaction; exchange relationships. Marketing process: marketing audit; integrated marketing; environmental analysis; SWOT analysis; marketing objectives; constraints; options; plans to include target markets and marketing mix; scope of marketing Costs and benefits of marketing: marketing and competitive advantage; building customer satisfaction; desired quality; service and customer care; relationship marketing; customer retention; customer profitability. Product, Price, Promotion, Place: B2C and B2B markets; service and product marketing; international markets and globalisation. Shift from 4Ps to 7Ps: people, physical evidence and process management. B2C and B2B markets, service and product marketing, international markets and globalisation. PESTEL analysis and SWOT to identify organisational competencies. Bases for segmenting markets, (geographic, demographic, psychographic and behavioural); benefits of Segmentation. Segments and targeting strategies e.g. airline and train ticket pricing, mobile phones, supermarkets. Positioning: definition and meaning; relationship to segmentation and positioning; influence over marketing mix factors. Structure and Format  Relevance to the tasks, professional tone and format of response (2 marks). Harvard Referencing (8 marks)  In-text citation  Bibliography, listed correctly and correlates to references made  Accurate, correctly-formatted footnotes  Integration of: supporting concepts, frameworks, critical thinking. 10 Total Mark 100 Back to Contents BMM Combined Assignment 1: Business Accounting, Business Analysis and Principles of Marketing (SCQF), Issue 1.0, March 2017 Copyright © EduQual Ltd. 2016 Page 8 of 8 Assessment Criteria for All Assessments Marks 70-100 Criteria      60-69       50-59       40-49 30-39 0-29                The answer submitted has an outstanding result with negligible amount of mistakes. The answer shows an appreciative level of knowledge and clear understanding of related models, theories and frameworks. Analytical techniques used show the wide area of knowledge the learner has. The ability to apply and contextualise the models, theories and frameworks is clearly recognisable. The analysis and the use of research data, as well as the ability to use the data to reach acceptable and accurate conclusions, is exceptional. Answers show independent thought and clarity of the learner has led to an overall focused and evaluative answer. The answer has followed proper Harvard referencing. The answer shows an above average standard with few errors. The answer shows a decent level of knowledge and fairly clear understanding of related models, theories and frameworks. There is a very good level, and use of, analytical techniques that is obvious throughout the answer. The ability to apply and contextualise the models, theories and frameworks is of a good standard. The analysis and the use of research data, as well as the ability to use the data to reach acceptable and accurate conclusions, is above average level. Answers show independent thought and clarity of the learner answer has led to an overall focused and evaluative answer with little inconsistency. The answer has followed proper Harvard referencing. The answer shows an above average standard with errors. The answer shows a general level of knowledge and a fairly clear understanding of related models, theories and frameworks. There is a good level, and use of, analytical techniques that is obvious throughout the answer. The ability to apply and contextualise the models, theories and frameworks is of a reasonable standard. However, the link between theory and practical knowledge appears to be restricted/limited. The answer shows more assumptions than conclusive deductions/evidences and valid arguments. However, the ability to interpret and evaluate is evident. Answers show independent thought and clarity of the learner answer has led to an overall focused and evaluative answer with some inconsistencies. The answer has followed Harvard referencing at an acceptable level. There are several shortcomings throughout the answer. The knowledge level reflected in the answer is limited, especially in understanding of related models, theories and frameworks. The case material has been repeated instead of evidencing knowledge. The use of analytical techniques is inadequate. A certain level of relevance is evidence in Harvard referencing. Answer submitted is quite weak and lacks proper focus. The answer shows a number of spelling errors and/or poor grammar/syntax. The lack of understanding in subject knowledge, related models, theories and frameworks is evident. Contextualisation, interpretation, and evaluation are of a poor standard. Reflects only basic levels of Harvard referencing. Requires more work on answering skills; overall output is well below the required standard. Answer has little relevance to the assignment briefs. Spelling/syntax poor. Little or no evidence of appropriate subject knowledge. Use of models, theories and frameworks is quite poor. Little to no evidence of, and/or unacceptable mistakes in, Harvard referencing. A mark of 40% or greater can only be given where all assignment learning outcomes for all tasks have been met. Back to Contents BMM Combined Assignment 1: Business Accounting, Business Analysis and Principles of Marketing (SCQF), Issue 1.0, March 2017 Copyright © EduQual Ltd. 2016 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING 1|Page © LONDON SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED CONTENTS Sl No Description PART-I Page No MARKETING CONCEPTS AND PROCESSESS 1 ELEMENTS OF MARKETING CONCEPT 1.1 Introduction to Marketing 1.2 Marketing Orientations 1.3 Social Issues and Emergent Philosophies 1.4 Customers and Competitor Orientation 1.5 Efficiency and Effectiveness 1.6 Satisfying Customers’ Needs and Wants 1.7 Value and Satisfaction 1.8 Exchange Relationships 1.9 Development of Marketing Function Over the Years 1.10 Limitations of the Marketing Concept 6 6 7 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 2 ELEMENTS OF MARKETING PROCESS 2.1 Marketing O ...
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kathysmth
School: UC Berkeley

Task 1 together with the presentation.

Business Analysis: Gillette United Kingdom

Student’s Name
University Affiliation
Date

Introduction: Company Description
 Gillette

is an international safety razors and
personal care products such as shaving supplies
that are owned by a multinational corporation
known as Procter and Gamble. It was first
introduced in 1901, and it has been around all
these years.

Learning Outcome 1: Task one

1.1 Data collection plan (primary
and secondary methods) for the
Gillette Business in the United
Kingdom.

1.2 Survey methodology and the
sampling frame used
 Survey

Methodology: Qualitative Data Collection
Methods in Particular Questionnaires and Interviews.

 Sampling

Frame

Frame Used: The Non-Probability Sampling

1.3 The Questionnaire Design

❖The

basic questions for the
questionnaire are listed below
on the notes section

1.3 The Questionnaire Design Cont’

❑For

data analysis, the following
questions will be asked.

Learning Outcome2: Task Two
o

2.1 Collected Data Summary for Gillette



The data obtained above in learning objective one: task
1.3 (the questionnaire) was analyzed and summarized for
decision making as follows.

2.1 Collected Data Summary for Gillette Cont’
 Further

analysis to show how the three Gillette razors
are liked and appreciated are as show in fig.2-Fig.4
below. The three charts show customer satisfaction
with the three Gillette's blades, and they are placed in
the reverse order to display the pleasure in order. The
results show that most people appreciate Gillette
Fusion and also numerous consumers are satisfied with
the Gillette Fusion ProGlide.

2.1 Collected Data Summary for Gillette
Cont’

2.1 Collected Data Summary for Gillette Cont’

2.1 Collected Data Summary for Gillette Cont’

2.2 Results Analysis and Conclusions
From the analysis of the above data, it is clear that the
attribute of the product of longevity and price are at the
center of the blade discussions followed by the others in
that order as shown in fig.5. From the same data analysis
“Razor Trait Preferences,” it can be concluded that
vibrating handle is among the least attributes considered
by many customers giving feedback through the interviews
and observations.

2.3 Gillette’s Data Analysis Using Measures of
Dispersion


Measures of dispersion are described as the correctness
or the biasness of a data set being analyzed for
conclusion drawing. The tests indicate how much error is
held by a data set. Some of the suitable measures for use
in the Gillette's case are ranges, standard deviations, and
variances. Gillette needs to use these measures to ensure
the correctness of the data they have collected and
analyzed before they base the conclusions on the results.

2.4 Explanation of how quartiles, percentiles, and
correlation coefficient are used to draw the
conclusions


When a sample or population is divided into four parts, it
forms quartiles. A quartile is normally a data set that lies
between the four quarters (1st-4th) of a data set or studies
population. The 1st quarter is between the smallest datum
and the median data. The second quarter is viewed to be
the meridian data. The third quartile is the range between
the meridian value and the last datum of the third
quadrant. The 4th quartile is the last and the highest
amount of that set.

2.4 Continuation: The Correlation Table for
the Traits Understudy

Learning Outcome 3: Task Three
 3.1 Gillette’s Scenario Graphs Presentation

3.2 Trend Lines created to help in Forecasting
the Scenarios Information
Rate of Preference

49

41
38

21

14
8
5
10%
GILLETTE FUSION
PROGLIDE POWER

GILLETTE PROGLIDE
STYLER

5

GILLETTE FUSION
PROGLIDE

GILLETTE FUSION BODY
RAZOR

GILLETTE FUSION
POWER
Rate of Preference

GILLETTE FUSION

GILLETTE MACH 3
TURBO

GILLETTE MACH 3
SENSITIVE

GILLETTE MACH 3

3.3 Formal Business Report


An official business report takes the following format.

From: The Gillette’s Manager
To: The Senior Executive Officer
Date: 12th February 2019

Subject: The Evaluation Results of Gillette’s Cust...

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