Walgreen SWOT

Feb 3rd, 2012
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analysis report of walgreen Analyst Report - Write up Outline Appearance – 15 points – Remember cover page, table of contents, proper citations, page numbers Executive Summary - written last - only one page ( 10 points) Should the reader invest in the company’s stock? Short term or long term? What is the company mission? How has this company’s financial performance been over the year outlined in the annual report? Has the company shown improvement in any areas over that year? Have there been any new products/services over that year? How is the company preparing for the future? Company Profile – Bullet pointing (Yahoo Finance, Annual Report for Company, or library resources) (10 points) *Ticker symbol *Mission Statement as it is printed in the Annual Report *Corporate headquarters location *Date of incorporation *Public Auditor (Who is this? What is their function?) *Name of CEO *Name of CFO *Stock classifications (common, preferred, both?) *Exch

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Analyzing and Interpreting DataBallard Integrated Managed Services (BIMS) conducted an internal survey for 440 employees, excluding top management, asking 10 questions on morale and four questions on demographics. BIMS upper management noticed a change in staff morale and an increase in the staff turnover rate, which initiated the survey. Barbara Tucker, General Manager, wants to discover what is making employees want to leave and has enlisted the help of Debbie Horner. Debbie Horner, human resources manager for Ballard, created an internal survey in hopes to calculate descriptive and frequency techniques, and study the data for possible relationships. A total of 78 responses were returned, which is a 17.3% response rate (University of Phoenix Week Two Supplement, 2012). All 78 employees answered on a scale of one to five, with one being very negative and five being very positive.Question #1 of the survey asks employees how well they enjoy working for BIMS. Based on the survey data collected, nineteen percent marked that they were very negative about working at BIMS. Twenty six percent of BIMS employees were negative toward enjoying their work. Over 50% of the participants rank

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