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BCOM275 Week 3 DQ 4 - The Investor-Owned Workplace


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Date Created: 11/11/15
Week 3 D04 Your Audience The InvestorOwned Workplace You are preparing to write a formal report to be presented to the management at your investor owned workplace What are some potential needs for the audience that you should be aware of when writing the report What are the risks of not considering the needs of the audience RESPONSE 1 When working with an investorbased company a person working there is a quotrepresentativequot of a Iarer body of people which makes the interraction with them slightly different First before even talking to anyone you need to understand the background of the people that are invested and what there reasoning for investing was in the first place Are these people that invested in the company because the company needed an influx of cash to survive hard times and the end game was to revive or save the company or are these sharks or whales that are invested for the sole reason of cashing in on a large profit the sooner the better Once you identify this you need to look at the gross revenue that the company has brought in which show the level of production for the company This is a 30000 foot view of the health of the business After you compare that to the month over month and year over year data then you want to know the net profits for the company and what costs were involved in getting to this This shows the indepth quotlife bloodquot of the company looking at the actual figures of all money coming in and leaving most importantly for what reasons With these numbers you will alsonow be able to talk about the amount of returns or divedends that the investors will be recieving which is the money they have made being involved with the organization Lastly you should truly know the goal or end game that the investors have and where they want to be when This allows you to know if you are doing good or bad in their eyes Having this information allows you to be prepared but failing to have any of these vital pieces of information leaves you vunerable to losing credibilty becasue you will not be speaking in completely valid statements You cannot discuss their return on investment if you do not know the profits that the comapny is generating and so on RESPONSE 2 If I was to present a formal report presented to management at an investor owned workplace the goal would be to prepare to deliver all of the financial information that pertains to controllable expenses Then I would follow up with a game plan to improve where metrics are not performing and a game plan to expand into new areas The needs of this particular audience would to receive a confident report and be able to answer all questions Not considering what the audience may need will mean a possible loss in confidence in your ability to manage their investments RESPONSE 3 When creating a presentation for the owners of a business that are investors the main thing that anyone wants to remember is to include what it means to them and also how does it affect them I have had to create a few presentations that was chosen to move in to our customers and I would always have to change some of the information to include things that were an interest to them The presentation might say that by doing things differently we reduced scrap by two percent and increased productivity by 5 percent but what they wanted to see was that it there was a huge cost savings on our production and that we would be lowering our costs to them and were also in being able to ship more parts to them quicker If you want investors to pay attention and care about what you are discussing then it is a must to make sure that the information is relevant to them and their money


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