15-1 Horizontal analysis The comparative accounts receivable and temporary investments for a company follow.

15-1 Horizontal analysis

The comparative accounts receivable and temporary investments for a company follow. 

   Current Year  Previous Year Accounts payable

 111,000

 100,000 Long-term debt

 132,680

 124,000

Based on this information, what is the amount and percentage of increase or decrease that would be shown in a balance sheet with horizontal analysis?

three pagesFor this assignment you will be applying the concepts of the Johari Window and Transactional Analysis to some specific scenarios that you might face if you were a leadership development coa

three pages

For this assignment you will be applying the concepts of the Johari Window and Transactional Analysis to some specific scenarios that you might face if you were a leadership development coach. Of course make sure to thoroughly review the required readings before starting on this assignment.

For each of the scenarios below, use at least one reference from the required readings to answer the specific question. Your paper should be three pages in length:

  1. An employee shows up late for work. The supervisor says “I’m really disappointed in you. This is the fifth time this month you’ve been late for work!” The employee responds “I’m tired of you singling me out! Bob, Carol, and Ted are also late for work sometimes but you never chew them out!” Based on Transactional Analysis, what roles are the supervisor and employee playing?
  2. An employee receives a performance review from the supervisor. The supervisor points out several areas where the employee has performed well and where the employee’s performance needs to be improved. The employee responds, “Thank you so much for the feedback. How would you suggest I go about improving my performance?” Based on Transactional Analysis, what roles are the supervisor and employee playing?
  3. A leadership development coach is brought into a company to try to improve communication between supervisors and subordinates. The coach asks everyone to write down areas where their supervisor or subordinate has a blind spot. Everyone writes down a lot of complaints about areas that they think their supervisor or subordinate is clueless about. The coach shares what everyone wrote with the whole group. A lot of finger-pointing and arguments ensue, with a lot of feelings hurt. What additional steps do you think the coach should have taken based on the Johari Window that might have improved the outcome?

Which of the following steps is performed last in the process of creating a mind map? create subtopics vary colors within the mind map create a drawing as the central idea draw lines to connect subtop

Which of the following steps is performed last in the process of creating a mind map? create subtopics vary colors within the mind map create a drawing as the central idea draw lines to connect subtopics to the central idea

On January 1, 2014, Ridge Road Company acquired 30 percent of the voting shares of Sauk Trail, Inc. for $4,700,000 in cash.

Also as of January 1, 2014, Sauk Trail’s computing equipment had a remaining estimated useful life of seven years. The patented technology was estimated to have a three year remaining useful life. The trademark’s useful life was considered indefinite. Ridge Road attributed to goodwill any unidentified excess cost.

During the next two years, Sauk Trail reported the following net income and dividends:  

  Net Income Dividends Declared   2014 $ 2,000,000   $ 250,000     2015 2,185,000  260,000

b.What amount should Ridge Road report for its equity in Sauk Trail’s earnings on its income statements for 2014 and 2015?

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Analyze the importance of rules of evidence exist provide supporting evidence. Apply an example of the possible results if these rules are not…

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Obtain the most current SEC Form 10-K (annual financial report) from the Apple Corporation company’s web site (Do not use the Annual Report that is…

Obtain the most current SEC Form 10-K (annual financial report) from the Apple Corporation company’s web site (Do not use the Annual Report that is sent to shareholders). Calculate and analyze the following ratios for your selected company for the last two years from the SEC Form 10-K:

–         Current Ratio

–         Inventory Turnover

Compare and contrast your company’s ratios to industry and competitor standard ratios obtained from Yahoo Finance, Morningstar, or other Internet sources, and provide a detailed answer and analysis as to why your company’s ratios are different than the competitor standard. Cite the source of the industry/competitor ratio information. Must show the figures from both companies on an excel.

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In June, Erie Plastics had an ending cash balance of $55,000. InJuly, the firm had total cash receipts of $70,000 and total cashdisbursements of…

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