Courses of Study: Business, Management, and Administration

Number of Standards matching query: 33

Business, Management, and Administration, Grade 9 - 12, Business Essentials, 2009

1.) Apply oral and written communication skills needed in the workplace, through the use of technology, to facilitate information flow in commerce.

•  Proofreading business documents for clarity and conciseness
•  Interpreting tables, charts, and figures to support written and oral communication
2.) Apply conflict management strategies to resolve workplace conflict.

3.) Demonstrate personal traits needed to develop leadership and teamwork skills.

•  Demonstrating self-initiative through group projects
4.) Utilize knowledge and skills obtained through student organizations to enhance leadership.

5.) Describe unique characteristics and traits of the successful entrepreneur.

6.) Analyze the roles of consumers and businesses in commerce for ethical responsibility.

Examples: identifying consumers' legal accountability associated with credit, consumerism, and insurance; identifying various liabilities of businesses related to employees and consumers

7.) Analyze functions of management, including planning and organizing, to determine their effects on the business environment.

8.) Use terminology commonly associated with business.

9.) Distinguish among basic business functions by comparing the various forms of business organizations and examining the responsibilities of commerce.

•  Distinguishing among the ways taxes impact decisions made by individuals, businesses, and government
•  Analyze an organizational structure for its systemic performance
10.) Utilize research results to analyze international trade for its impact on commerce.

•  Comparing the role of the United States in international trade at different times in history
11.) Compare several business financial statements to make business decisions.

•  Comparing types of banking services
•  Utilizing correct steps for maintaining an accurate checking account
12.) Analyze protection options against risk and financial loss for commerce and consumers.

13.) Illustrate the process involved in developing a budget.

Examples: designing a plan for money managements, evaluating information available to make wise buying decisions

14.) Create financial records fundamental to business.

Examples: budgets, bank reconciliations, payroll, taxes, invoices, purchase orders

15.) Demonstrate proper safety procedures needed in the workplace.

16.) Analyze legal issues related to government regulations of commerce for the effect on consumers.

Examples: consumer law, sales law, contract law

17.) Differentiate among risks involved in operating a business.

•  Determining the need for risk protection
18.) Demonstrate an understanding of marketing concepts.

•  Identifying the relationship of marketing to consumers and commerce
19.) Utilize various forms of communication and technology in the successful pursuit of employment.