Jhonson

In: Business and Management

Submitted By koko8888
Words 685
Pages 3
Belgium's second largest commercial bank, Bank Brussels Lambert (BBL) was created in 1975 by the merger of Banque de Bruxelles and Banque Lambert

Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/bank-brussels-lambert#ixzz1G1RdRDVF
Belgium's second largest commercial bank, Bank Brussels Lambert (BBL) was created in 1975 by the merger of Banque de Bruxelles and Banque Lambert

Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/bank-brussels-lambert#ixzz1G1RdRDVF
Belgium's second largest commercial bank, Bank Brussels Lambert (BBL) was created in 1975 by the merger of Banque de Bruxelles and Banque Lambert.

Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/bank-brussels-lambert#ixzz1G1U06AH7

LSMF 2002: Marketing approfondi
Valérie Swaen

-------------------------------------------------
Travail réalisé par le groupe n°4 :
-------------------------------------------------
Bocklant Jaime
-------------------------------------------------
Bonaert William
-------------------------------------------------
Iyakaremye-Nawe Linda
-------------------------------------------------
Ouadoudy Amina

Année académique 2010-2011
-------------------------------------------------
PRESENTATION

-------------------------------------------------
MISSION, VISION ET VALEURS

Mission

Vision

Valeurs

-------------------------------------------------
PRODUITS ET SERVICES

-------------------------------------------------
CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT

Pour J&J, le « customer relationship management » représente une stratégie qui est au cœur des orientations à long terme. Il s’agit de gérer les interactions avec les consommateurs et les professionnels médicaux de manière efficace et prometteuse. Le recours aux meilleures technologies afin d’organiser, automatiser et enfin synchroniser l’ensemble des processus de…...

Similar Documents

As I Was Young

...“We're taught at such a young age that you can always be better and that you're never perfect and that you're never good enough.” This a quotation from SHAWN JHONSON. In younger years we experience indefinable feelings like walking in the clouds and curiousness. There is always a question in our mind about a certain things, place and many more. Being a teenager is like experimenting something. We go out in our comfort zone. We are trying many things and also doing it. Curiousness is the reason why we are trying those things. In fact in this period teen agers learned how to smoke, how to drink alcoholic drinks. Most people called this period the beginning of bad habits. Our body is slowly changing in this period. Not only physical changes but also emotional changes. Teenagers trying to act like adult but sometimes they act like childish person. Most of the time we do things and make a decision without understanding and analyzing what will happen next. Teenagers want things as easy as possible. They don’t to have a responsibility and others don’t want to follow their parents. Some are respectful and some are honest. In this period teenagers feel sometimes that they are alone in this world. It’s hard to understand teenagers sometimes. Infatuation is a common feeling teenagers feels. It is define as the state of being completely carried away by unreasoned passion or love according to WIKIPEDIA, online free......

Words: 276 - Pages: 2

Jhonson and Jhonson: Tylenol and Exxon Valdez Case Study

...I. Background Information JHONSON AND JHONSON: TYLENOL The image and reputation of a company is so important in order to gain the trust of the consumers. Crisis need not strike a company purely as a result of its own negligence or misadventure. Often, a situation is created which cannot be blamed on the company - but the company finds out pretty quickly that it takes a huge amount of blame if it fumbles the ball in its response. On September 30, 1892, Jhonson and Jhonson announced that three persons had died as a result of taking Tylenol capsules that had been laced with cyanide. Within the next two days, four additional deaths from the same cause were reported. All seven deaths occurred in the Chicago Area, but J & J recalled thirty-one million bottles of Tylenol from store shelves throughout the nation. The publicity surrounding this was unprecedented in American business history; in the print media alone, more than 125,000 stories appeared. Many business analysts said that no product could survive this, and they pronounced Tylenol dead as a product line. From the outset of crisis, J & J recognized the immediate and long-term stakes involved. Its strategy was based on maintaining high visibility and avoiding any appearance that the corporation was trying to duck responsibility. The incident involved four specific “publics” – the management at Johnson & Johnson, its employees, the consumers and the stores which were selling Tylenol. By communicating......

Words: 706 - Pages: 3

Bis U112151 Cases

...IM organizations are “backroom” in nature to keep the business running and for faster/better/cheaper operations. * “Stage Two” IM organizations work closely with business units. Business units’ measured by their success in the four dimensions of financial, internal performance, customer satisfaction, and health and growth. * “Stage Three” IM organizations partner with business units and have direct influence on business strategy. Their value is therefore gauged through the business’s own performance measures. 3. List out the key points highlighted in the case. * LifeScan had legendary achievements in modern era of blood glucose monitoring by eliminating wiping and timing procedures. * After being acquired by Jhonson and Jhonson appointed its first CIO, Hugo Yepez, who brought with him an agenda to align the department with the business. * Yepez has drawn on a three-stage maturation of IM departments as his road map to moving his department from supporting the business to partnering with the business. * To progress toward Stage Two, Yepez focused on execution and measurement to gain credibility with the business units. * IM also began measuring new projects, to make execution visible, by giving LifeScan employees an IM scorecard on the company intranet to show which milestones were being hit or not. CASE – 4: AETNA LIFE AND CASUALTY 1. What is the major focus of the case? The major focus of the case is to develop new technology......

Words: 1180 - Pages: 5

Strategy Square Pharma

...as active pharmaceutical ingredients. SQUARE today symbolizes a name - a state of mind. But its journey to the growth and prosperity has been no bed of roses. From the inception in 1958, it has today burgeoned into one of the top line conglomerates in Bangladesh. Square Pharmaceuticals Ltd., the flagship company, is holding the strong leadership position in the pharmaceutical industry of Bangladesh since 1985 and is now on its way to becoming a high performance global player. 1.2 Basic Information and Chronology since Inception Year of establishment(Initially as a partnership) | 1958 | Incorporated as a private Limited Company | 1964 | Technical collaboration agreement with Janssen Pharmaceuticals of Belgium (a subsidiary of Jhonson & Jhonson International Ltd.) | 1975 | Technical collaboration agreement with F. Haffman-La Rache & co. Ltd. | 1984 | Converted into Public Limited company | 1991 | Initially Public Offering (IPO) | 1994 | Stock Exchange listing | 1995 | Agreement with M/s Bovis Tanvec Ltd. Of UK for Implementation of Dhaka Plant | 1996 | Awarded ISO-9001 Certificates | 1998 | Awarded UK-MHRA Certificates | 2007 | Started manufacturing of insulin maintaining quality standards of US FDA & MHRA. | 2009 | Business lines | Manufacturing & Marketing of Pharmaceutical finished Products, Basic Chemicals, Agro vet products & pesticide products. | Authorized Capital | TK. 5,000 million | Paid-up Capital | TK. 3708.0 million | Current......

Words: 3682 - Pages: 15

Amarga Competencia the Holland Sweetener Company vs Nutrasweet

...edulcorantes Fuerza | Comportamiento | Involucrados | Poder de negociación de Compradores | Alto ,genera dependencia de contratos establecidos | Cocacola y Pepsi. BAJA RENTABILIDAD. | Poder de negociación de proveedores | Dependiente de los procesos químicos. Más compleja el uso de la fenilalanina. HSC entra en alianza con proveedor primario que tiene mejores practicas | TOSOH. MEJORA RENTABILIDAD | Amenaza de nuevos participantes | Media, requiere inversiones de capital importantes y el panorama del mercado no es sencillo. | EFECTO NEUTRO POR AHORA. | Amenaza de sustitutos | Hay otros edulcorantes emergiendo en el mercado, que afectaran de diferentes formas el mercado, Acesulfame,sucralosa, alitame, stevia. | Hoesch, Jhonson & Jhonson, Pfizer. ALTO RIESGO DE DISMINUIR RENTABILIDAD. | Rivalidad | Alto poder de competencia del innovador, por precio y capacidad de producción | Monsanto. ALTISIMO RIESGO DE DISMINUIR RENTABILIDAD. | Que tan importante es para HCS ingresar al mercado europeo. Es parte de su estrategia central aprovechar la terminación de la patente europea y preparase para entrar a otros mercados, ya habiendo asegurado su mercado natural. Qué respuesta debe esperarse de Nutrasweet? Competencia por rivalidad evitando que HSC gane alguna participación en el mercado y tenga espacio de crecer su operación. Las razones son que: * Hay disminución de costos para los compradores. * Es el mismo producto. * Es una industria con......

Words: 868 - Pages: 4

Compiled

...performance of BSRT students of Riverside College S.Y. 2013 – 2014 in according to Academic Performance: * Class standing * Exams * Projects D. Scope of the study The scope of this research is the entire Radiologic Technology studentsenrolled to 2nd semester in Riverside Collage of all year levels at any age, may be repeating or advancing subjects. Regular and irregular students may participate. The limitations are only all the currently enrolled to 2nd semester Radiologic Technology students of Riverside collage and have a study load given this 2nd semester. Only undergraduates are allowed to participate in this research. E. Theoretical framework of the study This research study is anchored on the theory of Dorothy E. Jhonson in her “Behavioral System Model”. She stated that behavioral system encompasses the patterned, repetitive and purposeful ways of behaving. These ways of behaving from an organized and integrated functional unit that determines and limits the interaction between the person and his or her environment. Usually the behavior can be described and explained. A person as a behavioral system tries to achieve stability and balance by adjustments and adaptations that are successful to some degree for efficient and effective functioning. The system is usually flexible enough to accommodate the influences affecting it. Therefore, it is a well-explained that through little efforts on modifying a student’s habit in studying, they can develop......

Words: 1370 - Pages: 6

Metaphor

...deny that the mind has any module for language-acquisition that is unique and autonomus. Important researchers in linguistics (Rosch 1973, Mervis and Rosch 1975) argued that features of language and our ability to learn and use them are accounted for by general cognitive abilities, our visual and sensimotor skills and our human categorization strategies, together with our cultural and functional parameters. The storage and retrieval of linguistic data is not significantly different from the storage and retrieval of other knowledge, and that use of language in understanding employs similar cognitive abilities to those used in other non-linguistic tasks. The most important keyword in Cognitive Linguistics is embodiment (Jhonson 1987, Lakoff 1987, Lakoff and Jhonson 1999). Cognitive linguistics seek to understand how memory, categorization and imagery affect language. It is believed that mental and linguistic categories are not abstract disembodied and human independent categories; we create them on the basis of our concrete experiences and under the constraints imposed by our bodies. Human conceptual categories, the meaning of words and sentences and the meaning of linguistic structures at any level are not a set of universal abstract features or uninterpreted symbols. They are motivated and grounded directly in experience, in our physical, social and cultural experiences. Cognitive linguists study and theorize about the functional principles of linguistic organization. The......

Words: 2560 - Pages: 11

English101

...level of performance of the student on the subject. The extent of student’s learning in academics may be based on the grades that they earned. It is believed that a grade is a primary indicatorof such learning. However, studies found out that there are also several factors that affects a learner’s academic performance. It has been interplay of so many factors “Gender, IQ, Study habits, Age level, Parent’s educational attainment, Social status etc.” In fact, Almost all of these are factors which have led us to know the study habits and its effects to the academic performance of 1st year Students of Block 4 BSEd. Theoretical Framework Theoretical Framework: This research study is anchored on the theory of Dorothy E. Jhonson in her “Behavioural System Model” She stated that behavioural system encompassesthe patterned. Repetitive and purposeful ways of behaving. These ways of behaving from an organized and integrated functional unit that determines and limits the interaction between the person and his or her environment. Usually the behaviour can be described and explained. A person as a behavioural system tries to achieve stability and balance by adjustments and adaptations that are successful to somedegree for efficient and effective functioning. The system is usually flexible enough to accommodate the influences affecting it. Therefore, it isa well-explained that through little efforts on modifying a student’s habit in studying, they can develop an......

Words: 1411 - Pages: 6

Historia de La Contabilidad

...ser una herramienta del análisis de los costos de fabricación y un instrumento básico para el proceso de la toma de decisiones. Para ese entonces, e incluso hasta antes de 1980, las empresas industriales consideraban que sus procedimientos de acumulación de costos constituían secretos industriales, puesto que el sistema de información financiera no incluía las bases de datos y archivos de la contabilidad de costos. Indiscutiblemente, esto se tradujo en un estancamiento para la contabilidad de costos con relación a otras ramas de la contabilidad. Sin embargo, cuando se comprobó que su aplicación producía beneficios, su situación cambió. Y todo fue gracias a que en 1981 el norteamericano HT. JHONSON resaltó la importancia de la contabilidad de costos y de los sistemas de costos, al hacerlos ver como una herramienta clave para brindarle información a la gerencia sobre la producción, lo cual implicaba existencia de archivos de costos útiles para la fijación de precios adecuados en mercados competitivos. SURGIMIENTO DEL COSTEO ABC Finalmente, a mediados de la década de los 80, aparece el Costeo ABC, o también llamado “Basado en Actividades”, el cual tuvo como promotores a Cooper Robin y Kaplan Robert. Este modelo, sin duda alguna, ha sido el más efectivo de todos hasta nuestros días ya que permite tener una mayor exactitud en la asignación de los costos de las empresas, y permite además, la......

Words: 1080 - Pages: 5

Gm520 Homework Week 2

...Week 2 Homework – GM520. By Sam Jhonson 1. The Federal Trade Commission and the Federal Reserve Board was seeking amendments to the Risk-Based Pricing Rule that would require creditors, as of July 21, 2011. I am starting my own business so this interests me as to how the credit scores are reported to the consumers. 2. The proposal makes the creditors to disclose the credit score information to the consumers when a credit score is used in setting or adjusting credit terms. Also consumers who receive the notice can obtain a free credit report to check the report’s accuracy. As an alternative to providing the notice, the Rule permits creditors to provide credit applicants with a free credit score and information about their score. 3. The agencies should provide additional information related to credit scores to the risk-based pricing notices. Specifically, the risk-based pricing notice include an explanation that the consumer does not have a single credit score, and that the credit score may vary with the consumer reporting agency and a particular credit product for which the consumer applied. Most consumers need this information to help them understand why they are receiving a particular score that may not be the same as a FICO score. 4. All the comments must be received by 04/14/10 and comments on he Paperwork Reduction Act analysis set forth in Section III.A. of this Federal Register notice must be received on or before May 16, 2011. 5. a. 1. Go to the......

Words: 375 - Pages: 2

Creative Brisbane , Creative Economy

...and information. Creative economy can pump up new jobs whilst keeping the social and cultural aspects. Creative economy comes from creative industries like architecture, visual arts, performing arts, music, films creative writing and many more. The challenge here is to find the right way to reflect the talent of these industries in a way that can attract people to work in these niche fields. Creative industries bring a lot of innovation, fresh ideas and thus have an influence on new business. It provides a competitive edge in the era of globalization. The most important part of the creative economy is to understand the local trends, socio-cultural aspects and then to bring innovative ideas in to action plan. As rightly said by Borris Jhonson art and culture are a part of the city’s DNA Flourishing economy demands investment in business and the business investments are based on the cities reputation. The media also plays an important role in how the city is perceived by people. It is very important for cities to be unique to attract the new upcoming talent and business to relocate into these emerging cities. Advertisements do help a lot in promoting the cities. An aura of vivacious and reinforced creative industries is the best marketing strategy to magnetize the national and foreign investment opportunities. But to ensure this, it is important that we get enough patronage from the council bodies .The first thing that would be noticed about a city would be, how much......

Words: 2200 - Pages: 9

Computer Science

...S.Instructor="King"; d. Retrieve the name and transcript of each senior student (Class = 4) majoring in CS.A transcript includes course name,course number,credit hours,semester,year,and grade for each course completed by the student SELECT S.Name, C.Course_number, C.Course_name, C.Credit_hours, Se.Semester, Se.Year, Gr.Grade FROM STUDENT AS S, COURSE AS C, SECTION AS Se, GRADE_REPORT AS Gr WHERE S.Class=4 and C.Course_number=Se.Course_number and Se.Section_identifier=Gr.Section_identifier and Gr.Student_number=S.Student_number; 4.13. Write SQL update statements to do the following on the database schema shown in Figure 1.2. a. Insert a new student,<‘Johnson’,25,1,‘Math’>,in the database. INSERT INTO STUDENT VALUES("Jhonson", 25, 1, "MATH"); b. Change the class of student ‘Smith’to 2. UPDATE STUDENT SET Class=2 WHERE Name="Smith"; c. Insert a new course,<‘Knowledge Engineering’,‘CS4390’,3,‘CS’>. INSERT INTO COURSE VALUES("Knowledge engineering", "CS4390", 3,"CS"); d. Delete the record for the student whose name is ‘Smith’ and whose student number is 17. DELETE FROM STUDENT WHERE Name="Smith" and Student_number=17; 4.14. Design a relational database schema for a database application of your choice. Movie Movie Movie_id | name | Length | Movie_rating | Main_actor Main_actor actor_id | Actor_name | Movie_id | Character_name | Category actor_id | Actor_name | Movie_id | Character_name | Category actor_id |......

Words: 1569 - Pages: 7

Study Habits and Its Effects on Academic Performances of Freshmen Students at Colegio San Agustin-Bacolod

...the study habits and its effects on academic performances of freshmen students at Colegio San Agustin-Bacolod when grouped according to: a. Section? b. Gender? c. Class standing? 3. Is there any significant relationship between the study habits and academic performances of freshmen students at Colegio San Agustin-Bacolod? HYPOTHESIS If a student does not practice organizing or managing his or her time for studying, there is a great tendency that the student may fail the examination. Otherwise, if the student will practice time management for studying, there is a 90% chance that the student will surely pass the examination. THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK This research study is anchored on the theory of Dorothy E. Jhonson in her “Behavioral System Model”. She stated that a behavioral system encompasses the patterned, repetitive, and purposeful ways of behaving. These ways of behaving form an organized and integrated functional unit that determines and limits the interaction between the person and his or her environment and establishes the relationship of the person to the objects, events, and situations within his or her environment. Usually the behavior can be described and explained. A person as a behavioral system tries to achieve stability and balance by adjustments and adaptations that are successful to some degree for efficient and effective functioning. The system is usually flexible enough to accommodate the influences affecting it. Therefore,......

Words: 1109 - Pages: 5

Global Strategic Analysis Adidas and Reebok Merger Acquisition

...merger and acquisition are the impact of it. To determined global strategic analysis there is five issues that we can use. Vision, mission, objective, strategy and tactics. According to Jhonson (2008 p.164) “a mission and vision statement are typically more explicitly concerned with the purpose of an organisation in terms of its strategic direction.” The differences between mission and vision statements can be hazy but they are intended to be different as follows: 1. A Mission statement aims to provide employees and stake holders with clarity about the overall purpose and objective of the organisation. To build understanding and confidence about how the strategy of the organisation relates to the purpose. 2. A vision statement is concerned with what the organization aspires to be. Its purpose is to set out a view of the future so as to enthuse , gain comitment and stretch performance. Objective are determined as a specific outcomes that are to be achieved (Jhonson, 2008). According to (Jhonson 2008 p.165) there are three issues that managers need to consider with regard setting objective. there are objectives and measurement, objective and control, and simple rules. To improving how company grow, how to inovate and how to change, almost all company using strategy According to Jhonson (2008 p.3) “Strategy is the direction and scope of an organisation over the long term, which achieves advantage in a changing environment through its configuration of resources and......

Words: 3657 - Pages: 15

Soap Industry Analysis (Dove)

...cake) | Segment | in rupees | in US$ | Carbolic | 5.00 | 10 cents | Discount | 7.00 | 15 cents | Popular | 11.00 | 23 cents | Premium | 17.00 | 36 cents | Super Premium | 35.00 | 75 cents | * Premium Dove, Pears, Fiama de wills * Popular Lux, Rexona, Lifebouy * Economy/Discount Nirma Rose, Breeze, Godrej No.1 * Carbolic OK, Nirma Bath The brands could also be classified based on * Medicinal Benefits- (Source-2011 International Flavors & fragrances) Dettol, Savlon * Cosmetic Benefits (Beauty, Fairness, Moisturising)- Lux, Fair &Lovely, Dove * Perfumes (Freshness,Deodourising)- Cinthol, Rexona, Liril * Natural/Herbal Properties- Medimex, Margo * Baby Soaps- Jhonson Baby Soap, Doy Care 2. DOVE- Locus of Study 2.1 Introduction: Dove is a personal care brand owned by Unilever. It started in 1957.The brand came to India in 1995. It is imported and marketed by Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL). By the end of the dove firming “Real Women” Campaign, dove had become a national talking point and was ranked number three in the body lotions market, ahead of L’oreal, Garnier, Neutrogena and Olay. In the year 2004, Unilever won the ‘marketer of the year’ award for its brand Dove. A combination of moisturizer and softness so as to satisfy the particular need which was earlier not met. It is focused on women (“non-models”) – beautiful in their own way. It is based on a global study on “perception......

Words: 2634 - Pages: 11