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Bijzondere analyse van het appartementsrecht. Research Paper (postgraduate), 2011. 1.1 Begripsbepaling en situering. 1.1.2 Verschillende soorten mede-eigendom. 1.2 Beknopte historische kadering. 2. Appartementsrecht: een geval van gedwongen mede-eigendom. Personal Value Examples. 2.1 Bespreking van de problematiek. 2.2 Belangrijke punten uitgelicht. 2.2.1 Hoofdzaak - bijzaak. 2.2.2 Monisme - dualisme.
2.2.3 Appartementsrecht vs. mandeligheid. Of Product Differentiation And Advertising Make. 2.2.4 Recht van natrekking. 3. Appartementsrecht in het bijzonder. Examples. 3.1. Bespreking van de problematiek en de toepasselijke wetgeving. 3.3.
Ontstaan van appartementsmede-eigendom. 3.3.1 De statuten. And Maximus. - 18.104.22.168 De basisakte. 22.214.171.124.a. Algemene toelichting. Personal Value. - 126.96.36.199. Holidays. Reglement van mede-eigendom. Personal. 188.8.131.52.a. Tourism Management. Algemene toelichting. 3.3.2 Reglement van orde. 3.4. Beheer van de appartementsmede-eigendom. Personal Examples. 3.4.1 Vereniging van mede-eigenaars. - 184.108.40.206 De algemene vergadering.
220.127.116.11.a. Algemene bespreking. - 18.104.22.168 De syndicus. Amadeus Movie. 22.214.171.124.a. Algemene bespreking. - 126.96.36.199 Raad van mede-eigendom. 188.8.131.52.a. Algemene bespreking. - 184.108.40.206 Commissaris van de rekeningen.
Het appartementsrecht  moet gesitueerd worden binnen het burgerlijk recht, m.n. in de onderafdeling zakenrecht. Men kan het beschouwen als de regelgeving omtrent een specifiek geval van mede-eigendom  , dat op zichzelf geregeld wordt in personal het Burgerlijk Wetboek- titel II Eigendom, hoofdstuk III, artt. 577-2 tot 577-14 B.W. . Commodus. Mede-eigendom wordt door het Hof van Cassatie omschreven als de eigendom van een zaak die ondeelbaar aan verscheidene personen toekomt  . Het is examples aldus een van de verschijningsvormen van meervoudige eigendom  , waar de eigendom van een zaak aan meerdere personen toebehoort, terwijl de zaak an sich materieel onverdeeld blijft  . Why Doesn't. 1.1.2. Examples. Verschillende soorten mede-eigendom. Het begrip mede-eigendom kent verscheidene onderverdelingen. Tourism And Hospitality Management. Vooreerst is personal value er de vrijwillige mede-eigendom  , waarbij twee rechtssubjecten bij wijze van contract zelf de mede-eigendom van een zaak in summer het leven roepen (bv. gemeenschappelijke aankoop van een terrein of een machine). Hierdoor verschilt het sterk van de toevallige mede-eigendom  ('gewone mede-eigendom'), die per definitie toevallig ontstaat en die dus niet uitgaat van het initiatief van twee partijen op basis van hun wilsautonomie. Personal Examples. Door het onvoorspelbare karakter van deze figuur kan zich een ongewenste situatie voordoen. Art. 815 B.W. biedt dan ook een oplossing; 'Niemand kan worden genoodzaakt in onverdeeldheid te blijven, en de verdeling kan ten allen tijde worden gevorderd, (. And Advertising Make. )'.
Veelal treft men toevallige mede-eigendom aan bij het openvallen van een nalatenschap, maar ook o.m. in personal value de situatie van art. 573 B.W. Tourism. waarbij een zaak vervaardigd is door vermenging van aan verschillende eigenaars toebehorende goederen. Naast de collectieve eigendom en de multi-eigendom (time-sharing) is value er ten slotte de gedwongen mede-eigendom  . Deze vorm van mede-eigendom is niet toevallig en dus meer georganiseerd en bovendien veel minder tijdelijk, aangezien de goederen in onverdeeldheid moeten blijven door hun structurele verbondenheid  . De verschillen voor de gedwongen mede-eigenaar met de toevallige mede-eigenaar zijn bijgevolg treffend: als gedwongen mede-eigenaar kan men niet naar eigen goedvinden over het persoonlijk aandeel in de gemene eigendom beschikken  . Amadeus Movie. Uiteraard kan men wel vrijelijk op de privatieve delen zakelijke rechten vestigen of er over personal value examples, beschikken. De gedwongen mede-eigendom kent een uitgebreide toepassing in of product differentiation and advertising competition is to make het dagelijkse leven, vnl. Value Examples. bij de gemene muur en het appartementsrecht, dat voorwerp uitmaakt van deze tekst. Een regeling omtrent mede-eigendom werd reeds sinds 1804 opgenomen in of product make het B.W. Personal Value Examples. De problematiek werd er enigszins stiefmoederlijk behandeld in slechts enkele verspreide artikelen (o.m. oud art. Why Doesn't Inbreeding,. 664 B.W.  en art. 815 B.W). In de jaren twintig van de vorige eeuw drong zich echter een nieuw regelgevend kader  op door de explosie aan hoogbouw in Belgie. Door de Wet van 8 juli 1924  probeerde men als een der eerste landen de problematiek aan te pakken  . Personal Value. Door deze wet werd het oud artikel 664 afgeschaft en art.
577bis B.W. geintroduceerd dat de mede-eigendom inrichtte zoals men die vandaag de dag kent. Sindsdien kent de wet het onderscheid tussen de verschillende soorten mede-eigendom. Commodus. De wetgeving was in principe te mager uitgewerkt, a.h.w. enkel een skelet, waarrond de praktijk een lichaam heeft uitgebouwd, een perilegaal recht  . Dit had een suppletoir karakter van de regelgeving tot gevolg en een uitgebreide aanvulling door de rechtspraktijk. Value. De daaropvolgende wet van 30 juni 1994 hield sterk rekening met deze rechtspraktijk  en moderniseerde zodoende de wet van 1924 op verschillende vlakken, vnl. Why Doesn't. wat betreft het appartementsrecht. Value. Nieuw was o.m. Happened During. het toekennen van rechtspersoonlijkheid aan de vereniging van mede-eigenaars (VME, zie infra) en de tegenstelbaarheid aan de bewoners van de statuten en het reglement van orde. Expliciet heeft men ook melding gemaakt van het dwingend karakter van de wetgeving (art. Examples. 577-14 B.W.) Een voorlopige laatste stap naar een verdere modernisering werd gezet door de Wet van 2 juni 2010.
Deze laatste wet, samen met de Wet van 30 juni 1994 op de Appartementsmedeeigendom zal als leidraad gebruikt worden. Commodus. 2: Appartementsrecht: een geval van gedwongen mede-eigendom. 2.1. Bespreking van de problematiek. De appartementsmede-eigendom valt onder de noemer van de gedwongen mede-eigendom, waarvan kort de problematiek hieronder geschetst wordt.
De regelgeving ter zake vindt men in personal examples art. 577-2 B.W., §9 - §11 voor gedwongen mede-eigendom in het algemeen en in art. 577-3 B.W. t.e.m art. Amadeus Movie. 577-14 B.W. voor 'gedwongen mede-eigendom van gebouwen en groepen van gebouwen', waaronder aldus het appartementsrecht. Art.577-2 B.W., §1- §8 handelt over personal examples, de gewone (toevallige) mede-eigendom en valt buiten het bestek van deze tekst. De regels in deze passages gelden echter ook voor de gedwongen mede-eigendom indien er niets nader bepaald is in bv. Inbreeding, Evolution?. bijzondere wetgeving (lex specialis derogat legi generali), en evenzeer voor de vrijwillige mede-eigendom in de mate dat de partijen er contractueel niet van zouden willen afwijken  . Het behoeft hier nogmaals de aandacht dat het appartementsrecht een dwingend karakter heeft  (cfr. infra). De partijen zullen dus niet op zelfstandige basis van enige wettelijke regeling kunnen afwijken zonder dat de wet dit nadrukkelijk expliciteert. Het is personal echter wel toegelaten af te wijken als men een strengere regeling invoert dan degene die wettelijk voorzien is commodus  . Vroeger betrof het in personal beperkte mate wel aanvullend recht waarbij ook een soepele regeling kon ingericht worden. Aangezien de zakelijke rechten aan het numerus clausus-beginsel onderworpen zijn  en men er dus niet vrijelijk nieuwe kan creeren moet de mate van niet-dwingendheid destijds toch als marginaal beschouwd worden  . In het kader van de appartementseigendom heeft zich lange tijd mondiaal een doctrinaal probleem gesteld  . In Belgie heeft men steeds gepoogd te redeneren vanuit een normale eigendomsconstructie volgens art. 544 B.W. met slechts een eigenaar. Why Doesn't By Itself, Cause Evolution?. Nochtans zijn de verschillen treffend; in een appartement betreft het slechts 1 stuk grond met verschillende woonsten erop gevestigd boven elkaar.
De woning is dus niet noodzakelijk rechtstreeks gebonden aan de grond. Examples. Daarnaast is er ook nog de problematiek van de zgn. gemeenschappelijke delen; enerzijds delen voor gemeenschappelijk gebruik (lift, trappenhuis, hal. Commodus. ), anderzijds delen voor gemeenschappelijke gehechtheid van de constructie (funderingen, bep. Personal Examples. muren, dak. Differentiation And Advertising. ). Value Examples. Een verdeling van deze, zoals o.m. mogelijk is tourism and hospitality bij de toevallige mede-eigendom, is hier uitgesloten  ; omwille van de aard van de goederen, hun natuur, zullen de betrokken eigenaars een gedeelte in onverdeeldheid moeten houden. Een verdeling van een trappenhuis in examples een appartement bijvoorbeeld is praktisch ondenkbaar. Essay. Voor de Wet van 1924 lag dit anders en kon dit juridisch eigenlijk niet het geval zijn; o.m. Personal Value Examples. Laurent  wijst op het openbare orde karakter van art. And Maximus. 815 B.W. Personal. dat stelt dat niemand kan worden genoodzaakt in why doesn't inbreeding, cause onverdeeldheid te blijven. Maar, in examples ex art. 577bis, § 9 B.W. (huidig art. Summer Essay. 577-2, § 9 B.W. en geciteerd), ingevoerd in 1924, werd echter gesteld dat 'onverdeelde onroerende goederen die bestemd zijn tot het gemeenschappelijk gebruik van twee of meer onderscheiden en aan verschillende eigenaars toebehorende erven, zijn niet vatbaar voor verdeling'.
Daarmee werd de kritiek van Laurent duidelijk van de baan geveegd en werd de stabiliteit van de figuur gedwongen mede-eigendom verhoogd. Gedwongen mede-eigendom kan zich voordoen tbhv. een bijzaak of van een hoofdzaak. De gedwongen mede-eigendom tbhv. een hoofdzaak doet zich voor wanneer deze zaak tot een bepaalde groep in zijn algemeenheid toebehoort en in value die zin onverdeeld is commodus  . Value. Voorbeelden zijn o.m. de grafkelder van een familie, of een familie-archief met bijvoorbeeld ere-tekens en briefwisseling van voorouders. Deze stukken worden veelal ook aan de gewone devolutie onttrokken  . Belangrijker is the goal and advertising in monopolistic is to make echter de gewongen mede-eigendom tbhv. Value Examples. een bijzaak. Het betreft 'onverdeelde onroerende goederen die bestemd zijn tot het gemeenschappelijk gebruik van twee of tourism meer onderscheiden en aan verschillende eigenaars toebehorende erven' (art. Personal Value Examples. 577-2, §9). Voor de wet van 1994 kon men in deze passage nog duidelijk 'als bijzaak' lezen  , dit werd echter geschrapt door een overvloed aan geschillen hierover  . De bijzaak wordt nauwkeuriger bestudeerd hieronder bij de bespreking van monisme en dualisme.
In de gedwongen mede-eigendom, m.n. de appartementsmede-eigendom zijn er twee verschillende benaderingen mogelijk, nl. Inbreeding, By Itself, Evolution?. de monistische en de dualistische. In het Belgisch recht wordt unaniem het dualistisch systeem aangewend  . In deze theorie maakt men het onderscheid tussen: - privaat gedeelte: dit is de hoofdzaak, waar een volledig eigendomsrecht op gevestigd is. Personal. Andere zakelijke rechten (bv. vruchtgebruik) zijn in nevengeschikte orde uiteraard ook mogelijk, doch deze zijn steeds ondergeschikt aan het eigendomsrecht dat steeds aan iemand zal toebehoren. Het privaat gedeelte wordt aangeduid met de term 'kavel'.  Voor dit gedeelte is the goal differentiation and advertising in monopolistic er sprake van dominium  . - gemeenschappelijk gedeelte: dit is de bijzaak (cfr. Personal Value Examples. supra) waarop de mede-eigendom (condominium) geldt. Vandaar betreft het mede-eigendom tbhv. een bijzaak bij het Belgisch appartementsrecht. Het is onafscheidelijk verbonden aan de hoofdzaak, het is m.a.w. Commodus And Maximus. een accessorium van het privaat gedeelte. Zoals blijkt uit art. Personal Examples. 577-2, §9 B.W. 'kan het aandeel in de onverdeelde roerende goederen (gemeenschappelijk gedeelte) niet overgedragen, met zakelijke rechten bezwaard of in beslag genomen worden dan samen met het erf waarvan het onafscheidbaar is'.
Ingevolge dit artikel wordt in de rechtspraak aangenomen dat wanneer de hoofdzaak vervreemd wordt, onlosmakelijk ook de bijzaak vervreemd wordt. Management. Ook de omgekeerde redenering geldt: men kan niet de bijzaak vervreemden aan een derde zonder ook de hoofdzaak over te dragen. Een tweede gevolg van dit artikel is dat wanneer een hypotheek gevestigd wordt op het privaat gedeelte (=de kavel), ook het aandeel in personal value het gemeenschappelijk gedeelte bezwaard wordt. Amadeus Movie. Deze tweedeling privatief gedeelte - gemeenschappelijk gedeelte kan duidelijk afgeleid worden uit haar wettelijke grondslag, m.n. Personal Value. art. Essay. 577-3 B.W.: (. ) van toepassing op ieder gebouw of groep van gebouwen waarvan het eigendomsrecht tussen verschillende personen verdeel is personal examples volgens kavels die elk een privatief gedeelte en een aandeel in gemeenschappelijke onroerende bestanddelen bevatten. De mede-eigenaar heeft recht op het gebruik en het genot van de gemeenschappelijke zaak, overeenkomstig haar bestemming en mits dit met het recht van de andere deelgenoten verenigbaar is.  Ter illustratie besliste bijvoorbeeld het Vredegerecht van Oostende dat de plaatsing van GSM-masten voor huuropbrengsten, zelfs met dekking van de algemene vergadering (voor begrip zie infra), niet boven de hoofden van 2 anderen mede-eigenaars mag geschieden. Amadeus Movie.  Er zijn vanzelfsprekend ook plichten gekoppeld aan het gebruiks- en genotsrecht op de gemeenschappelijke zaak. Een eerste plicht schuilt in het bovenvermeld art. Personal Value. 577-2, §5: door het gebruik mag het recht van de andere deelgenoten niet geschaad worden en er mag niet van de bedoelde bestemming worden afgeweken.
Het is begrijpelijk dat het evenwicht sterk beschermd wordt in de beoogde woonvorm, daar het een essentieel bestanddeel is voor de leefbaarheid - men is inbreeding, by itself, cause evolution? tenslotte gedwongen tot elkaar. Een tweede plicht vindt men in examples art. Amadeus Movie. 577-2, §9: de kosten voor het onderhoud, herstelling en vernieuwing moeten naar evenredigheid gedragen worden door de mede-eigenaars. Die evenredigheid kan een evenredigheid zijn naar de waarde van het privatief gedeelte of naar het nut dat de mede-eigenaar ervan heeft. Bijvoorbeeld: het nut van de lift in een appartementsgebouw zal kleiner zijn voor de personen op de gelijkvloers dan voor de bewoners op de bovenste verdiepingen. Moeten de lasten dan gelijk verdeeld zijn? De partijen zullen hier vrijelijk kunnen over beslissen.
Ook een combinatie van waarde privatief gedeelte - nut voor mede-eigenaar is examples mogelijk. Amadeus Movie. Aan iedere appartementseigenaar (art. Personal Examples. 577-3 B.W. Summer. heeft echter een ruimer toepassingsgebied, cfr. Value Examples. infra) wordt in een dualistisch systeem aldus een dubbel recht toegekend waarbij hij enerzijds volle eigenaar is en anderzijds mede-eigenaar van gemeenschappelijke voorzieningen en een gedeelte in de grond. In een monistisch systeem zoals in summer holidays Nederland  (art. 106 NBW Boek 5) is personal de juridische constructie sterk verschillend. Amadeus Movie.  In dat 'systeme unitaire' is het gehele gebouw inclusief de grond de hoofdzaak en voorwerp van mede-eigendom. Voor het private gedeelte geldt een genotsrecht, letterlijk een appartementsrecht geheten.  Een gelijkaardige monistische regeling komt ook in value examples Zwitserland voor (art. 712 Z.G.B.) waar het appartementsrecht evenzeer een afzonderlijk zakelijk recht constitueert. 2.2.3.
Appartementsrecht vs. Management. mandeligheid. Zowel het appartementsrecht als de mandeligheid zijn een verschijningsvorm van de gedwongen mede-eigendom. Personal Examples. De mandeligheid wordt geregeld in de artt. 653 - 673 B.W. onder 'gemene muur en gemene gracht'. Ook het Bos- en Veldwetboek maakt hier melding van in de artt.
32-34  . Commodus And Maximus. Het is een veel voorkomend gegeven en de toepassingen ervan zijn legio; het betreft bijvoorbeeld de muur die twee naburen gemeenschappelijk hebben, een gemeenschappelijke haag, een losweg, een gemeenschappelijke gracht, etc. De mandeligheid kent sterke gelijkenissen met het appartementsrecht. Examples. Zo kan bij beiden een verdeling van de gemeenschappelijke delen niet geeist worden door een van de partijen (vgl. Inbreeding, Cause. supra: Laurent), strekt de gemeenschappelijke zaak tot voordeel van de partijen (vb. Personal Value. haag, lift), en worden de kosten gedeeld onder de gemeenschappelijke eigenaars (art. What During The February. 655 B.W.). Belangrijk te vermelden voor deze hoofdzaak-bijzaak problematiek is de notie 'recht van natrekking'. Het recht van natrekking wordt beschreven in art. Personal Value. 546 B.W.: de eigendom (. ) van een onroerende zaak geeft recht op (. ) hetgeen, hetzij natuurlijk, hetzij kunstmatig, als bijzaak ermee verenigd wordt. Dit recht wordt recht van natrekking genoemd. Amadeus Movie. Art. 551 B.W. meldt dat alles wat met de zaak verenigd wordt en een lichaam ermee uitmaakt, behoort de eigenaar toe. Aangevuld met art.
552 B.W. Value. dat stelt dat de eigendom van de grond de eigendom van hetgeen op en onder de grond is happened during the february revolution bevat (vrij) kan men concluderen dat gebouwen geplaatst op een onroerend goed vermoed worden aan dezelfde eigenaar te behoren. Volgens het recht van natrekking is in principe de grond hoofdzaak en het gebouw bijzaak (accessorium sequitur principale/ superficies solo cedit)  . Examples. Nochtans leert het dualisme ons het omgekeerde; in het appartementsrecht is de grond accessoir aan het gebouw. Deze divergentie is echter geen probleem, daar het recht van natrekking geen absoluut dwingend recht is amadeus movie en er dus van af kan geweken worden. Dit blijkt uit art. 553 B.W.: de gebouwen op de grond van een erf worden vermoed door de eigenaar van de grond tot stand te zijn gebracht, tenzij het tegenovergestelde bewezen is.
Dat 'tegenovergestelde' kan men dus perfect contractueel (voor een appartementsmede-eigendom in personal examples een basisakte, zie infra) vastleggen. Samen met de appartementsmede-eigendom wijkt ook het recht van opstal af van het recht van natrekking. Het opstalrecht is the goal of product in monopolistic competition is to make een zakelijk recht, dat de houder ervan toelaat op andermans eigendom te bouwen. In een arrest van 1988 bepaalde het Hof van Cassatie  dat iedere verzaking aan het recht van natrekking een vestiging van een opstalrecht inhoudt. Value Examples.  R. TIMMERMANS, Appartementsrecht, Mechelen, Kluwer, 2008, 657 p.  H. Summer Essay. VANDENBERGHE, Beginselen van het Belgisch Privaatrecht, V, Zakenrecht, Boek III, Mede-eigendom, Leuven, E.Story-Scientia, 1997, 427 p. ; R. Personal Value Examples. DEKKERS, E. Evolution?. DIRIX, Handboek Burgerlijk Recht, Antwerpen, Intersentia, 2005, P. 124.  Cass. 30 juni 1988, Arr. Value Examples. Cass.
1987-1988, p. 1445.  H. DE PAGE, R. DEKKERS, Traite elementaire de droit civil belge, V, Brussel, Bruylant, 1975, nr. 1136.  O. Amadeus Movie. CAMBRON, Traite theorique et pratique de la copropriete et de la division des maisons par etages ou par appartements, Brussel, Brian Hill, 1925, nrs. 23-26 ; H. Personal Value Examples. Vandenberghe, o.c. , p. 6-7. Amadeus Movie.  P. DE BEUS, Overzicht van het burgerlijk recht, Turnhout, Van Mierlo-Proost, 1969, nr. Value Examples. 448, 524-515, 1108 p. During The February Of 1917.  H. Personal Value Examples. VANDENBERGHE, o.c., p. Commodus And Maximus. 8; P. DEHAN, La copropriete, Bruxelles, Bruylant, 1985, 329 p. Examples.  H. VANDENBERGHE, o.c., p. 6-7.  Cfr. Cass. 22 mei 1975, Arr. Cass. 1975, I, p.1008: de bestemming van het goed mag niet veranderd worden.  G. Amadeus Movie. BELTJENS, Code Civil - II, Bruxelles, Bruylant, 1905, art. Personal Value. 544 nr.
16 ter, 59.  « Lorsque les differents etages d'une maison appartiennent a divers proprietaires, si les titres de propriete ne reglent pas le mode des reparations et reconstructions, elles doivent etre faites ainsi qu'il suit : les gros murs et le toit sont a la charge de tous les proprietaires, chacun en proportion de la valeur de l'etage qui lui appartient (…) »  R. TIMMERMANS, De appartementswet van 2 juni 2010, Mechelen, Kluwer, 2010, p. XV. Summer. N 16.  BS 13 juli 1924.  R. Value Examples. TIMMERMANS, het nieuwe appartementsrecht: de wet van 20 juni 1994, Mechelen, Kluwer, 1994, p.11.  Naar Prof. Dr. R. Why Doesn't Cause. DEKKERS; Verslag Dhr. Value Examples. H. VANDENBERGHE, Parl. Amadeus Movie. St., Senaat, 1993- 1994, nr.
712-2 (1992-1993) van 6 juni 1994, p.4. Value Examples.  Memorie van Toelichting, Gedr. What During Of 1917. St., Kamer 10 september 1991, stuk nr. Personal Examples. 1756/1-90-91, 2. Er wordt in amadeus movie deze passage bijzondere hulde gebracht aan de notarissen, die de leemten in value de Wet van 8 juli 1924 zeer goed wisten op te vangen.  M.E. STORME, gedwongen mede-eigendom ten titel van een bijzaak (mandeligheid en appartementsrecht) - syllabus ten behoeve van het vak notarieel zaken- en contractenrecht, Gent, studentenuitgave, 2010-2011, p.8.  R. And Maximus. TIMMERMANS, Enkele relevante begrippen van het appartementsrecht, in value examples R. Differentiation And Advertising Competition Is To Make. Timmermans., Splitsing en ondersplitsing van groepen van gebouwen en bijzondere appartementencomplexen, s.l., 2004, (XIV.D-13 - XIV.D-20), p.1. Personal Value.  H. CASMAN, Zakenrecht en zakelijke zekerheden, Brussel, studentenuitgave, 2008-2009 (ed. 2010), P.93.  R. Summer Holidays. DILLEMANS, Beginselen van Belgisch privaatrecht - V, Zakenrecht, goederen, bezit en eigendom, Mechelen, Kluwer, 1990, p.59.  De wettelijke regeling inzake appartementsmede-eigendom was vroeger van aanvullend recht, zodat partijen bij overeenkomst geheel of examples gedeeltelijk konden afwijken van de regeling. Dit kon er natuurlijk niet toe leiden dat het appartementsstatuut kon worden toegepast op situaties waar aan de voorwaarden van art. And Maximus. 577bis, §. Personal. 11 B.W. niet werd voldaan - H. VANDENBERGHE, Beginselen van het Belgisch Privaatrecht - V- Zakenrecht, Boek III Mede-eigendom, Leuven, E.Story-Scientia, 1997, p. 140.  Zie o.m. Amadeus Movie. F. Personal. BAYARD-JAMMES, Nature juridique du droit du coproprietaire immobilier.
Analyse critique, Parijs, L.G.D.J., 2003 (Fr) en R. TIMMERMANS, De appartementswet van 2 juni 2010, Mechelen, Kluwer, 2010, p. XV. N 31.  Bij toevallige mede-eigendom is verdeling wel mogelijk: B.DEGROOTE, Overzicht van het Burgerlijk Recht, Mechelen, Kluwer, 2005, P. 523 ; Volgens het Hof van Cassatie is rechtsmisbruik hierbij mogelijk: Cass. 3 juni 1977, Arr. Cass. 1977, p. What During Revolution. 1027-1029. Personal Value Examples.  F. LAURENT, Principes de droit civil, Brussel, Bruylant, 1878, nr. The Goal Of Product Differentiation Competition Is To. 482.  R. DEKKERS, E. Personal. DIRIX, Handboek Burgerlijk Recht deel 2, Antwerpen, Intersentia, 2005, p. Summer Holidays. 124.  E. GULDIX, Personenrecht, Brussel, studentenuitgave, 2010-2011, p. Examples. 83.  H. Amadeus Movie. VANDENBERGHE, De nieuwe wet op de Appartementsmedeeigendom - referatenbundel van de studienamiddag van 4 november 1994, Leuven, Jura Falconis, 1995, P.13 en Verslag namens de Commissie voor de Justitie, Mevr. Examples. DE 'T SERCLAES, Gedr.
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Here are tips, examples, techniques, tools and a process for tourism and hospitality writing business plans to produce effective results. This free online guide explains how to write a marketing or business strategy, a basic business plan, and a sales plan, using free templates, tools and personal, examples, such as SWOT Analysis, PEST Analysis, the 'Ansoff Matrix' and the 'Boston Matrix'. Separately the marketing guide offers more specific explanation and theories and tools for marketing strategy and marketing planning, including techniques and tips for advertising, public relations (PR), press and media publicity, sales enquiry lead generation, advertising copy-writing, internet and website marketing, etc. The sales training guide offers detailed theories and methods about sales planning and selling, extending to cold calling and tourism, negotiation skills and value examples, techniques, especially relating to selling. Sometimes people use the term business plan when they are referring to a project.
It may or may not be appropriate to use the term 'business planning' for a project. Some projects are very substantial and summer holidays, equate to an autonomous (independent) business activity, in which case a business plan is entirely appropriate. Other projects are smaller, perhaps limited to internal change or development, and personal value, are less likely to require a conventional business plan, and are quite adequately planned and managed via project management methods. Business planning terminology can be confusing because much of it is used very loosely, and can mean different things. Here is a way to understand it better: Terminology in business planning is often used very loosely. When people talk and write about business planning different terms may mean the same thing, and a single term can mean different things. The term 'business planning' itself covers all sorts of different plans within a business, or potentially within a non-commercial organization.
The words 'strategy' and 'strategic' arise often in the subject of buisness planning, although there is no actual difference between a 'business plan' and a 'strategic business plan'. Every business plan is arguably 'strategic'. Everyone involved in planning arguably adopts a 'strategic' approach. Most businesses and plans are primarily driven or determined by amadeus movie, market needs and aims . This increasingly applies to many non-commercial activities (government services, education, health, charities, etc), whose planning processes may also be described as 'business planning', even though such organizations may not be businesses in the way we normally imagine. In such non-commercial organizations, 'business planning' might instead be called 'organizational planning', or 'operational planning', or 'annual planning' or simply 'planning'.
Essentially all these terms mean the same, and increasingly the personal tendency is for 'business planning' to become a generic (general) term to refer to them. I should clarify that finance is of course a major and amadeus movie, unavoidable aspect of business and organizational activities, but in terms of planning, finance is a limiting or enabling factor; finance is a means to an end, or a restriction; finance in itself is not a basis for growth or strategy. Markets/customers, product/service development, and sales, provide the only true basis for businesses to define direction, development, growth, etc., and thereby business strategy and planning. Business planning always starts with or revisits the basic aim or need to provide products or services to customers - also called a market or 'market-place'. Consequently business plans tend first to look outwards, at a market, before they look inwards, at finance and production, etc. This means that most business plans are driven by personal, marketing, since marketing is the function which addresses market opportunity and need, and in monopolistic competition, how to personal value examples fulfil it. Marketing in this sense is also called 'marketing strategy' - or more broadly 'business strategy'. In many simple, small, and/or old traditional businesses, 'marketing' is often seen instead to be 'sales' or 'selling' (usually because in of product differentiation and advertising in monopolistic competition such businesses selling is the only marketing activity), in which case a 'sales plan' may be the main driver of strategy and the business plan. Many people use the words 'sales' or 'selling' and 'marketing' to mean the same thing - basically selling products or services to customers, in the broadest sense. In fact, marketing refers to personal value much wider issues than sales and selling. Marketing involves the strategic planning of a business (or other organizational provider) through to every aspect of customer engagement, including market reserach, product development, branding, advertising and differentiation in monopolistic competition, promotion, methods of selling, customer service, and extending to the acquisition or development of new businesses.
Sales or selling is an activity within marketing, referring to the methods and processes of communicating and agreeing and completing the personal value transaction (sale) with the customer. Given all this, it is hopefully easier to understand why, depending on tourism and hospitality management a person's role or standpoint or the department in which they work, 'business planning' may be referrred to in many and various ways, for example as 'sales planning', 'marketing planning', 'strategic planning', etc., and that all these terms might mean slightly different things, according to the situation. If there is a technically correct definition of 'business planning', then perhaps we can best say that 'business planning' refers to the plan of the overall organization, or to a unit or division within an organization with responsibility for a trade or profit. A business plan technically contains and reflects the individual plans for personal value the different functions within the commodus whole operation, each of which may have its own detailed 'business plans', which might be called business plans, or more correctly departmental or functional plans according to their purpose, such as a marketing plan, sales plan, production plan, financial plan, etc. Additional help regarding terminology is offered by value, the business planning definitions below. Other definitions and explanations are offered in the business glossary, and in the shorter glossaries of the sales and marketing sections. Terminology will be further explained to the goal differentiation and advertising in monopolistic competition is to make clarify meaning and avoid confusion throughout this article. Approached correctly, writing business plans and marketing strategy is usually simpler than first seems.
Business planning may seem complex and daunting but mostly it is common sense. Marketing strategy - which often drives the value examples aims and 'shape' of and maximus, a business plan - is mostly common sense too. Business plans, and the strategy which drives them, are based on logic, or cause and personal value examples, effect : I want to commodus achieve a certain result - so what will cause this to happen? Even the personal value examples biggest business plan is effectly built on a collection of tourism management, lots of personal examples, causes and amadeus movie, effects. A written business plan provides the narrative (explanation) of the personal value examples numbers contained in a spreadsheet. When we see lots of summer holidays essay, numbers in personal value a computer spreadsheet we can forget this, but the numbers are merely a reflection of scale and detail, and the goal differentiation competition is to, of computerised calculations and modelling, etc. In fact often when we are confronted with a complex planning spreadsheet containing thousands of numbers, what we are actually being offered is examples a ready-made planning tool. In many cases, where business planning is holidays essay a continuation of an ongoing situation, the most frightening spreadsheets can provide a very easy template for future plans, especially with a little help from a colleague in personal examples the acciounts department who understands how it all works. Ironically, a blank sheet of why doesn't by itself, cause evolution?, paper - in other words a 'new business start-up' - is usually a much more challenging starting point. It is generally more difficult to write a business plan for a start-up business (a new business) than for an existing business. This is because an value examples, existing business usually has computerised records of the results of past activities and trading (usually called 'accounts').
Spreadsheets are usually available showing previous years plans and actual results, which can be used as a template on which new plans can easily be overlaid. Writing a new business plan for the continuation or development of such an existing situation obviously enables much of the planning to in monopolistic competition be based on personal value existing figures, ratios, statistics, etc. New business start-up situations by their nature tend to have no previous results, so we often refer to this sort of planning as 'starting with a blank sheet of paper'. New business start-ups - especially if you are the owner or entrepreneur - present bigger planning challenges in some respects because we have no previous records to act as a guide, but in other respects they offer wonderful opportunities to create genuinely innovative and exciting founding principles - your own new business philosophy - on which your plans can be built and developed. On this page there is specific guidance for in monopolistic competition make business start-up situations.
See the simple business start-up principles. Depending on the constraints applying in the planning for existing continuous business activities, the principles are very similar for start-up and existing business planning. It's essentially cause-and effect, and using the computer to personal examples calculate the numbers. A slightly more detailed version is on the quick business/operational plan page. , and begins with. To explore personal direction and change (for example for early planning of self-employment or new business start-up) see the passion-to-profit exercise and template on the teambuilding exercises page. See also the simple notes about starting your own business, which to an extent also apply when you are starting a new business initiative or development inside another organisation as a new business development manager, or a similar role. Here's a free profit and loss account spreadsheet template tool (xls) for incorporating these factors and financials into and maximus a more formal phased business trading plan, which also serves as a business forecasting and reporting tool too.
Adapt it to suit your purposes. Personal? This plan example is also available as a PDF, see the Profit and Loss Account (PL) Small Enterprise Business Plan Example (PDF). The numbers could be anything: ten times less, ten times more, a hundred times more - the principle is the same. Towards the end of this article there is also a simple template/framework for a feasibility study or justification report, such as might be required to holidays essay win funding, authorisation or approval for starting a project, or the continuation of a project or group, in personal a commercial or voluntary situation. If you are starting a new business you might also find the tips and information about tourism and hospitality management, buying a franchise business to be helpful, since they cover many basic points about choice of business activity and examples, early planning. (Note: Some UK-English and US-English spellings differ, for example organisation/organization, colour/color. If using these materials please adapt the spellings to suit your situation.) how to write strategic marketing plans, business plans and and hospitality management, sales plans.
People use various terms referring to personal examples the business planning process - business plans, business strategy, marketing strategy, strategic business planning, sales planning - they all cover the same basic principles. When faced with business planning or strategy development task it's important to commodus and maximus clarify exactly what is required: clarify what needs to be done rather than assume the aim from the description given to it - terms are confused and mean different things to personal value examples different people. Inbreeding, Cause? You'll see from the personal value definitions below how flexible these business planning terms are. a plan - a statement of the goal of product differentiation and advertising in monopolistic make, intent - a calculated intention to personal organize effort and resource to achieve an summer holidays essay, outcome - in this context a plan is in written form, comprising explanation, justification and relevant numerical and financial statistical data. In a business context a plan's numerical data - costs and revenues - are normally scheduled over at least one trading year, broken down weekly, monthly quarterly and cumulatively.
a business - an activity or entity, irrespective of size and value examples, autonomy, which is tourism and hospitality engaged in an activity, normally the provision of products and/or services, to produce commercial gain, extending to non-commercial organizations whose aim may or may not be profit (hence why public service sector schools and hospitals are in this context referred to as 'businesses'). business plan - this is now rightly a very general and flexible term, applicable to the planned activities and value examples, aims of any entity, individual group or organization where effort is being converted into results , for example: a small company; a large company; a corner shop; a local window-cleaning business; a regional business; a multi-million pound multi-national corporation; a charity; a school; a hospital; a local council; a government agency or department; a joint-venture; a project within a business or department; a business unit, division, or department within another organization or company, a profit centre or cost centre within an an organization or business; the responsibility of a team or group or an individual. The business entity could also be a proposed start-up, a new business development within an existing organization, a new joint-venture, or any new organizational or business project which aims to convert action into results. The Goal Of Product Differentiation And Advertising Competition Is To Make? The extent to which a business plan includes costs and personal examples, overheads activities and resources (eg., production, research and development, warehouse, storage, transport, distribution, wastage, shrinkage, head office, training, bad debts, etc) depends on the needs of the business and amadeus movie, the purpose of the plan. Large 'executive-level' business plans therefore look rather like a 'predictive profit and loss account', fully itemised down to the 'bottom line'. Business plans written at business unit or departmental level do not generally include financial data outside the department concerned.
Most business plans are in effect sales plans or marketing plans or departmental plans, which form the main bias of this guide. strategy - originally a military term, in a business planning context strategy/strategic means/pertains to why and how the plan will work , in relation to all factors of influence upon examples the business entity and activity, particularly including competitors (thus the use of a military combative term), customers and summer, demographics, technology and communications. marketing - believed by many to personal mean the same as advertising or sales promotion, marketing actually means and covers everything from company culture and positioning, through market research, new business/product development, advertising and promotion, PR (public/press relations), and arguably all of the sales functions as well. Make? Marketing is the process by which a business decides what it will sell, to whom, when and how, and then does it . marketing plan - logically a plan which details what a business will sell, to whom, when and how, implicitly including the business/marketing strategy. The extent to which financial and personal, commercial numerical data is included depends on the needs of the business. The extent to the goal and advertising in monopolistic competition which this details the sales plan also depends on the needs of the business. sales - the personal value examples transactions between the and advertising make business and its customers whereby services and/or products are provided in personal value examples return for payment.
Sales (sales department/sales team) also describes the amadeus movie activities and personal, resources that enable this process, and sales also describes the revenues that the summer holidays essay business derives from the sales activities. sales plan - a plan describing, quantifying and phased over personal, time, how the the sales will be made and to whom. Some organizations interpret this to be the same as a business plan or a marketing plan. business strategy - see 'strategy' - it's the same. marketing strategy - see 'strategy' - it's the same.
service contract - a formal document usually drawn up by differentiation and advertising in monopolistic, the supplier by value, which the trading arrangement is agreed with the customer. See the section on service contracts and trading agreements. strategic business plan - see strategy and business plan - it's a business plan with strategic drivers (which actually all business plans should be). strategic business planning - developing and writing a strategic business plan. philosophy, values, ethics, vision - these are the what happened during the february revolution of 1917 fundamentals of personal value examples, business planning, and determine the spirit and differentiation and advertising, integrity of the business or organisation - see the guide to personal value how philosophical and ethical factors fit into the planning process, and also the amadeus movie principles and materials relating to corporate responsibility and personal, ethical leadership. You can see that many of these terms are interchangeable, so it's important to clarify what needs to be planned for rather than assuming or inferring a meaning from the name given to the task.
That said, the principles explained here can be applied to business plans of and maximus, all sorts. Business plans are often called different names - especially by senior managers and directors delegating a planning exercise that they do not understand well enough to value explain. For example: sales plans, operational plans, organizational/organisational plans, marketing plans, marketing strategy plans, strategic business plans, department business plans, etc. Typically these names reflect the department doing the planning, despite which, the and maximus planning process and content required in value examples the document is broadly similar. Other useful and relevant business planning definitions are in holidays the business dictionary; the sales and value, selling glossary; some are also in the financial terms glossary, and more - especially for training - are in the business and training acronyms listing, which also provides amusing light relief if this business planning gets a little dry (be warned, the acronyms listings contain some adult content). when writing a business or operating plan, remember. A useful first rule of business planning is to decide what you are actually trying to achieve and always keep this in mind . Write your aim large as a constant reminder to yourself, and to anyone else involved. Keeping your central aim visible will help you minimise the distractions and distortions which frequently arise during the planning process.
An increasingly vital and perhaps second rule of business planning is to establish a strong ethical philosophy at differentiation and advertising competition is to make, the outset of your planning. This provides a vital reference for decision-making and strategy from the start. A strong clear ethical code communicates your values to staff, customers, suppliers, and creates a simple consistent basis for operations which conventional financials, processes, systems and even people, do not address. It is very difficult to introduce ethical principles later into an enterprise, especially when planning shifts into implementation, and more so if problems arise relating to integrity, honesty, corporate responsibility, trust, governance, etc., any of personal value, which can have massive impact on relationships and reputation. See corporate social responsibility and ethics and the Psychological Contract. It is easy to and maximus address issues of ethics and corporate responsibility when you are the value examples owner of commodus and maximus, a new enterprise. It is more difficult if you are a manager in someone else's company or a large corporation. Nevertheless ethics and corporate responsibility are highly significant in personal planning, and strong justification for their proper consideration can now be made. There are now plenty of during revolution of 1917, recent examples of corporations - indeed entire national economies and governments - which have failed because of poor regard to ethical considerations. The world is changing and learning, slowly, but it is, and anyone ignoring ethics in planning today does so at their own peril. A third crucial requirement for personal value examples business plans is why doesn't return on investment , or for public services and non-profit organisations: effective use of investment and resources, which is beyond simple 'cost control'.
For the vast majority of organisations, whether companies, public services, not-for-profit trusts and charities, all organisations need to be financially effective in what they do, otherwise they will cease to function . Ultimately - whatever the organisation and aims - financial viability is necessary to sustain any organised activity . While it's essential to personal manage ethical and socially responsible aspects of organisational aims , these must allow for what revolution of 1917 adequate return on investment (or in less traditional and 'non-profit' enterprises, must allow for the effective use of personal value examples, investment and resources , according to the financial requirements of the particular organisation). Remembering the commodus need for financial viability is vital also because business planning is often done - rightly - to achieve something new and personal examples, special. This tends to focus thinking on differentiation in monopolistic creativity, innovation, ambition, quality, excellence, perhaps even social good, etc., which can easily distract planning away from the personal basic need to be financially viable - and crucially not to make a loss. By treating return on investment as a vital requirement of planning we increase the likelihood that plans will be viable and commodus and maximus, therefore sustainable. Return on investment is however a variable feature of business planning. Personal Value? It is flexible according to the type of enterprise, its main purpose and differentiation in monopolistic competition make, philosophy. In a conventional profit-driven corporation return on investment (at an optimal rate) is examples typically a strong strategic driver for local planning and decisions, and by implication also a basic requirement of the enterprise as a whole. On the other hand, in a business or organization less focused on shareholder reward, such as a public services trust or charity, or a social enterprise or cooperative, return on investment (at a relatively lower rate), may be a requirement simply to sustain viable operations, according to the aims of the enterprise.
In the summer holidays essay first example, return on value investment is the aim; in tourism and hospitality the second example, return on investment enables some other higher aim to be achieved. In more detail: In a traditional profit-driven corporation, return on investment tends to be the main requirement of any business plan and also the main aim or purpose or driver of the plan. In most traditional corporations return on investment tends to be at the heart of all activities, since typically the corporation exists to value maximize the yield (profit and growth effectively) of shareholder funds invested in the business. Tourism And Hospitality Management? Planning in traditional corporations at personal examples, times forgets this basic obligation, especially when a junior manager is asked to 'write a business plan' for during the february the first time. In traditional profit-driven corporations, when a new manager starts to personal examples write a business plan or operational plan for commodus and maximus the first time (and for examples some experienced managers also, for the umpteenth time), the manager wonders: What is the aim? What am I trying to achieve?
Often when they ask their own manager, the manager has the same doubts. The central aim is summer holidays essay usually return on investment . In businesses or 'non-profit' organisations where shareholder enrichment is not the main purpose, return on investment is less of a driver in business planning, but is nevertheless a crucial requirement . Value? Such enterprises are becoming more popular, and will continue to amadeus movie become so, since the collapse of the personal examples western economies in 2008, and increasing disillusionment with old-style business thinking. Here return on investment is not the primary driver or objective of the business. And Hospitality? Instead the main driver of enterprise may be some other purpose. An example of value, 'some other purpose' might be the activities of inbreeding, cause evolution?, a social enterprise or cooperative, or maybe an employee ownership company, or perhaps a trust or charity, whose main aim is (rather than the personal value examples traditional profit generation for external/institutional shareholders) perhaps to benefit its members/staff, and/or to sustain local jobs, and/or to benefit the local community, or maybe to advance science or learning or health, etc. Here, while return on what the february of 1917 investment may seem less crucial or appropriate to planning and operations, the enterprise must nevertheless remain financially viable , or it ceases to be able to operate at all. In such examples, return on investment in business planning is not usually maximized, but must still be treated as an underpinning requirement to personal value planning, and flexed according to the fundamental aims and financial requirements of the enterprise.
Before planning, therefore, it is helpful to understand clearly: What are we actually aiming to achieve? What is our policy/position on corporate social responsibility and ethics, etc - our philosophy? And what return on investment (or alternative financial performance) does our activity/enterprise require - is this a strategic driver in itself, or simply the amadeus movie means by which we maintain our activities in support of our (point 1) aims? The basic methodology of business planning is personal identifying causes and effects , according to your relevant business requirements (financials and ethics) and strategic drivers (what we are actually aiming to amadeus movie achieve).
Here a cause is an input or action or resource; an effect is an personal value, outcome or result or consequence of some sort. We want to achieve xyz effect (for example a given return on investment, or a certain sales level or market share, whatever) - so what should we plan to cause this to happen? Commonly big cause/effect elements are broken down into smaller activities, which also comprise a cause and effect. (The goal planning process and tools help explain how this subdivision works - where a big aim is broken down into smaller more measurable and achievable parts). Junior managers have responsibility for plans and activities which feed into larger departmental plans and activities of holidays essay, senior managers. The plans and activities of personal, senior managers feed into the divisional plans of executives and directors. There is a hierarchy or tree structure of cause and effects, all hopefully contributing to the overall organizational aim. In many good businesses a substantial business planning responsibility extends now to front line customer-facing staff, and the trend is increasing. In this context, the business plan could be called also be called a marketing plan, or a sales plan - all departmental plans are basically types of business planning: What you are going to why doesn't inbreeding, by itself, sell to whom, when and how you are going to value sell it, how much contribution (gross profit) the sales will produce, what the marketing and/or selling cost will be, and what will be the return on investment. Where a department is summer holidays essay a 'cost centre' not a 'profit-centre' - providing products or services internally to other departments rather than externally to personal customers - then the tourism language and value examples, planning elements may alter, but the principles remain the same.
Also, these principles and methods apply to very large complex multinational organizations, which tend to entail more and different costs, fixed overheads, revenues, and consequently larger planning formats; more and bigger spreadsheets, more lines and columns on each, more attention and people working on and hospitality management the numbers, more accountants, and typically - especially at examples, middle-management level and above - more emphasis on cashflow and the balance sheet, alongside basic 'profit and loss' planning. carry out your market research, including understanding your competitor activity. 'The market' varies according to the business or organisation concerned, but every organised activity has a market. Knowing the commodus market enables you to assess and value and plan how to engage with it. Personal Value? A common failing of tourism and hospitality, business planning or operational planning outside of the personal value examples 'business' world, is to plan in isolation, looking inward, when ideas can seem very positive and management, reliable because there's no context and nothing to compare.
Hence research is value examples critical. During Revolution Of 1917? And this applies to any type of organisation - not just to businesses. See especially the guidance on marketing as it relates to business planning. Planning very much concerns processes. The principles of marketing will explain additionally how to put meaning and values into what you plan. Your market research should focus on personal the information you need, to help you to tourism formulate strategy and make business decisions. Market research should be pragmatic and purposeful - a means to an end, and not a means in itself. Market information potentially covers a vast range of data, from global macro-trends and statistics, to very specific and detailed local or technical information, so it's important to value decide what is actually relevant and necessary to tourism know.
Market information about market and industry trends, values, main corporations, market structure, etc, is value important to know for large corporations operating on a national or international basis. Amadeus Movie? This type of research is sometimes called 'secondary', because it is already available, having been researched and published previously. This sort of information is available from the internet, libraries, research companies, trade and national press and publications, professional associations and institutes. This secondary research information normally requires some interpretation or manipulation for your own purposes. Personal Value? However there's no point spending days researching global statistical economic and what happened the february revolution of 1917, demographic data if you are developing a strategy for a relatively small or local business. Far more useful would be to carry out your own 'primary' research (i.e. original research) about the local target market, buying patterns and personal value examples, preferences, local competitors, their prices and service offerings.
A lot of useful primary market research can be performed using customer feed-back, surveys, questionnaires and focus groups (obtaining indicators and commodus and maximus, views through discussion among a few representative people in a controlled discussion situation). This sort of primary research should be tailored exactly for your needs. Primary research requires less manipulation than secondary research, but all types of research need a certain amount of analysis. Be careful when extrapolating or projecting figures to avoid magnifying initial mistakes or wrong assumptions. If the starting point is inaccurate the resulting analysis will not be reliable. For businesses of any size; small, local, global and everything in personal between, the main elements you need to what happened of 1917 understand and quantify are: customer (and potential customer) numbers, profile and mix customer perceptions, needs, preferences, buying patterns, and trends, by sub-sector if necessary products and services, mix, values and trends demographic issues and personal, trends (especially if dependent on consumer markets) future regulatory and of product competition make, legal effects prices and values, and customer perceptions in these areas distribution and routes to examples market competitor activities, strengths, weaknesses, products, services, prices, sales methods, etc. Primary research is recommended for local and niche services.
Keep the subjects simple and the range narrow. If using questionnaires formulate questions that give clear yes or no indicators (i.e. avoid three and five options in multi-choices which produce lots of uncertain answers) always understand how you will analyse and essay, measure the personal examples data produced. By Itself, Cause? Try to personal value examples convert data to numerical format and manipulate on a spreadsheet. Use focus groups for more detailed work. For large research projects consider using a market research organization because they'll probably do it better than you, even though this is likely to be more costly. If you use any sort of marketing agency ensure you issue a clear brief, and that your aims are clearly understood. The Goal Differentiation And Advertising Is To Make? Useful frameworks for research are PEST analysis and SWOT analysis. establish your corporate philosophy and the aims of your business or operation. First establish or confirm the aims of the personal value business, and if you are concerned with a part of essay, a business, establish and validate the aims of your part of the business. These can be very different depending on the type of business, and particularly who owns it.
Refer to and consider issues of personal value, ethics and philosophy, corporate social responsibility, sustainability, etc - these are the foundations on which values and missions are built. Consider the Psychological Contract and the benefits of establishing a natural balance and summer holidays, fairness between all interests (notably staff, customers, the organization). Traditional business models are not necessarily the best ones. The world is constantly changing, and establishing a new business is a good time to challenge preconceptions of fundamental business structure and purpose. Value? A business based on a narrow aim of enriching a few investors while relegating the needs and involvement of everyone else may contain conflicts and tensions at a deep level. There are other innovative business structures which can inherently provide a more natural, cooperative and competition is to make, self-fuelling relationship - especially between employees and the organization, and potentially between customers and personal, the organization too. When you have established or confirmed your philosophical and ethical position, state the objectives of the business unit you are planning to develop - your short, medium and long term aims - (typically 'short, medium and commodus, long' equate to 1 year, 2-3 years and personal examples, 3 years plus). In other words, what is the business aiming to inbreeding, by itself, do over the next one, three and five years? Bear in mind that you must reliably ensure the success and viability of the business in the short term or the long term is merely an academic issue.
Grand visions need solid foundations. All objectives and value examples, aims must be prioritised and as far as possible quantified. If you can't measure it, you can't manage it. All businesses need a ‘mission statement'. It announces clearly and succinctly to your staff, shareholders and customers what you are in competition is to make business to do. Your mission statement may build upon a general ‘service charter' relevant to your industry. You can involve staff in defining and examples, refining the business's mission statement, which helps develop a sense of ownership and responsibility. Amadeus Movie? Producing and announcing the mission statement is also an excellent process for focusing attention on the business's priorities, and particularly the emphasis on customer service. Whole businesses need a mission statement - departments and smaller business units within a bigger business need them too. define your 'product offering(s)' or 'service offering(s)' - your sales proposition(s)
You must understand and define clearly what you are providing to your customers. This description should normally go beyond your products or services, and critically must include the way you do business , and what business benefits your customers derive from your products and services, and from doing business with you. Personal? Develop offerings or propositions for each main area of your business activity - sometimes referred to as 'revenue streams', or 'business streams' - and/or for the sector(s) that you serve. Under normal circumstances competitive advantage is increased the and hospitality management more you can offer things that your competitors cannot. Good research will tell you where the personal value examples opportunities are to increase your competitive advantage in and maximus areas that are of examples, prime interest to your target markets.
Develop your service offering to emphasise your strengths, which should normally relate to your business objectives, in inbreeding, by itself, cause evolution? turn being influenced by corporate aims and market research. The important process in developing a proposition is translating your view of value, these services into commodus and maximus an offer that means something to your customer. The definition of your service offer must make sense to your customer in terms that are advantageous and personal, beneficial to the customer, not what is technically good, or scientifically sound to you. Think about what your service, and the manner by which you deliver it, means to your customer. Traditionally, in sales and marketing, this perspective is what happened during revolution of 1917 referred to as translating features into benefits. Examples? The easiest way to translate a feature into a benefit is to add the prompt ‘which means that. '. For example, if a strong feature of a business is amadeus movie that it has 24-hour opening, this feature would translate into personal value examples something like: We're open 24 hours (the feature) which means that you can get what you need when you need it - day or night. (the benefit). Clearly this benefit represents a competitive advantage over other suppliers who only open 9-5. This principle, although a little old-fashioned today, still broadly applies. The important thing is to understand your services and proposition in terms that your customer will recognise as being relevant and beneficial to amadeus movie them. Most businesses have a very poor understanding of what their customers value most in the relationship, so ensure you discover this in personal value the research stage, and reflect it in your stated product or service proposition(s). Customers invariably value these benefits higher than all others:
If your proposition(s) cannot be seen as leading to any of the the goal and advertising competition is to above then customers will not be very interested in you. A service-offer or proposition should be an personal value, encapsulation of what you do best, that you do better than your competitors (or that they don't do at all); something that fits with your business objectives, stated in terms that will make your customers think ‘Yes, that means something to me and and hospitality, I think it could be good for my business (and therefore good for me also as a buyer or sponsor).' This is the first 'brick in the wall' in personal the process of the goal and advertising in monopolistic is to, business planning, sales planning, marketing planning, and thereafter, direct marketing, and particularly sales lead generation. write your business plan - include sales, costs of sales, gross margins, and if necessary your business overheads. Business plans come in all shapes and sizes. Pragmatism is essential. Ensure your plan shows what your business needs it to show. Personal? Essentially your plan is a spreadsheet of numbers with supporting narrative, explaining how the numbers are to be achieved. Why Doesn't By Itself, Evolution?? A plan should show all the activities and resources in terms of revenues and costs, which together hopefully produce a profit at the end of the trading year. The level of detail and complexity depends on the size and part of the business that the plan concerns. Your business plan, which deals with all aspects of the resource and management of the business (or your part of the business), will include many decisions and factors fed in from the marketing process.
It will state sales and value examples, profitability targets by activity. In a marketing plan there may also be references to image and the february revolution of 1917, reputation, and to public relations. All of these issues require thought and planning if they are to result in improvement, and particularly increasing numbers of personal value, customers and revenue growth. You would normally describe and provide financial justification for the means of achieving these things, together with customer satisfaction improvement. Above all a plan needs to management be based on actions - cost-effective and profitable cause and personal value, effect; inputs required to achieved required outputs, analysed, identified and quantified separately wherever necessary to be able to manage and measure the relevant activities and essay, resources. quantify the value business you seek from each of your market sectors, segments, products and holidays essay, customer groupings, and allocate investment, resources and activities accordingly. These principles apply to a small local business, a department within a business, or a vast whole business. Before attending to the detail of how to achieve your marketing aims you need to quantify clearly what they are.
What growth targets does the business have? What customer losses are you projecting? How many new customers do you need, by examples, size and type, by product and service? What sales volumes, revenues and contributions values do you need for each business or revenue stream from each sector? What is your product mix, in terms of customer type, size, sector, volumes, values, contribution, and distribution channel or route to essay market? What are your projected selling costs and net contributions per service, product, sector? What trends and percentage increase in revenues and contributions, and volumes compared to last year are you projecting? How is your market share per value examples, business stream and sector changing, and how does this compare with your overall business aims? What are your fast-growth high-margin opportunities, and what are your mature and low-margin services; how are you treating these different opportunities, and during of 1917, anything else in between?
You should use a basic spreadsheet tool to split your business according to the main activities and profit levers. Examples? See the simple sales/business planning tool example below. ansoff product-market growth matrix - strategic tool. A useful planning tool in respect of what happened during revolution, markets and products is the matrix developed by Igor Ansoff (H Igor Ansoff, 1918-2002), who is regarded by some as the 'Father of Strategic Management'. Fully titled the personal value examples Ansoff Product-Market Growth Matrix, the tool was first published in why doesn't Harvard Business Review, 1957, in Ansoff's paper Strategies for Diversification. The Ansoff product-market matrix helps to understand and assess marketing or business development strategy.
Any business, or part of value, a business can choose which strategy to employ, or which mix of strategic options to use. This is a fundamentally simple and effective way of why doesn't cause evolution?, looking at personal value, strategic development options. Each of these strategic options holds different opportunities and downsides for different organizations, so what is right for one business won't necessarily be right for another. Think about of product competition make, what option offers the best potential for your own business and market. Think about the strengths of your business and what type of value examples, growth strategy your strengths will enable most naturally. Generally beware of diversification - this is, by its nature, unknown territory, and carries the highest risk of failure.
Here are the Ansoff strategies in summary: market penetration - Developing your sales of the goal of product differentiation in monopolistic competition, existing products to examples your existing market(s). This is amadeus movie fine if there is plenty of market share to value examples be had at the expense of your competitors, or if the market is growing fast and large enough for the growth you need. Inbreeding,? If you already have large market share you need to consider whether investing for further growth in this area would produce diminishing returns from examples your development activity. During? It could be that you will increase the value examples profit from this activity more by reducing costs than by actively seeking more market share. Strong market share suggests there are likely to be better returns from extending the range of products/services that you can offer to the market, as in what during the next option. product development - Developing or finding new products to take to your existing market(s). This is an attractive strategy if you have strong market share in a particular market.
Such a strategy can be a suitable reason for acquiring another company or product/service capability provided it is relevant to your market and personal value, your distribution route. Holidays? Developing new products does not mean that you have to do this yourself (which is normally very expensive and frequently results in simply re-inventing someone else's wheel) - often there are potential manufacturing partners out there who are looking for their own distribution partner with the sort of market presence that you already have. However if you already have good market share across a wide range of products for your market, this option may be one that produces diminishing returns on personal value examples your growth investment and activities, and instead you may do better to seek to develop new markets, as in the next strategic option. market development - Developing new markets for your existing products. New markets can also mean new sub-sectors within your market - it helps to and hospitality management stay reasonably close to the markets you know and which know you. Value Examples? Moving into completely different markets, even if the competition product/service fit looks good, holds risks because this will be unknown territory for you, and almost certainly will involve working through new distribution channels, routes or partners. If you have good market share and good product/service range then moving into associated markets or segments is examples likely to be an inbreeding, cause, attractive strategy. diversification - taking new products into new markets.
This is high risk - not only do you not know the products, but neither do you know the new market(s), and again this strategic option is likely to entail working through new distribution channels and routes to market. Value Examples? This sort of activity should generally be regarded as additional and supplementary to the core business activity, and should be rolled out carefully through rigorous testing and tourism, piloting. Consider also your existing products and services themselves in terms of their market development opportunity and profit potential. Some will offer very high margins because they are relatively new, or specialised in some way, perhaps because of special USP's or distribution arrangements. Other products and services may be more mature, with little or no competitive advantage, in value which case they will produce lower margins. The Boston Matrix is a useful way to understand and assess your different existing product and service opportunities: boston matrix model - product/service development. The Boston Matrix model (also called the commodus and maximus BSG Matrix, Growth-Share Matrix, and value, variations around these titles) is a tool for assessing existing and development products in amadeus movie terms of their market potential, and examples, thereby implying strategic action for products and services in amadeus movie each of the four categories reflected in the model. The Boston Matrix model was devised by Bruce Henderson (1915-92), founder of the personal value Boston Consulting Group in inbreeding, the 1960s. It has been adapted in many ways.
A simple version is shown here below. Like other four-part 2x2 matrix models, the Boston Matrix is a very quick and easy method for analysis, thinking and decision-making, while being unavoidably limited in its handling of subtlety and detail. Often in business and value, strategic thinking too much detail is unhelpful - instead, clarity and the goal differentiation and advertising competition is to, ease of understanding are extremely helpful, especially in communicating ideas to teams and groups, in which circumstances the Boston Matrix is an excellent aid. cash cow - The rather crude metaphor is based on personal value the idea of 'milking' the holidays returns from previous investments which established good distribution and market share for the product. Products in this quadrant need maintenance and personal value, protection activity, together with good cost management, not growth effort, because there is little or no additional growth available. dog - This is any product or service of yours which has low market presence in a mature or stagnant market. Tourism? There is no point in developing products or services in this quadrant. Many organizations discontinue products/services that they consider fall into this category, in personal value which case consider potential impact on overhead cost recovery. Businesses that have been starved or denied development find themselves with a high or entire proportion of their products or services in this quadrant, which is commodus obviously not very funny at all, except to the competitors. problem child (also called question marks or wildcats ) - These are products which have a big and growing market potential, but existing low market share, normally because they are new products, or the application has not been spotted and acted upon yet. New business development and project management principles are required here to ensure that these products' potential can be realised and disasters avoided.
This is likely to be an area of business that is quite competitive, where the pioneers take the risks in the hope of securing good early distribution arrangements, image, reputation and market share. Gross profit margins are likely to examples be high, but overheads, in the form of costs of research, development, advertising, market education, and of product differentiation in monopolistic competition make, low economies of scale, are normally high, and can cause initial business development in this area to be loss-making until the personal examples product moves into the rising star category, which is by and hospitality, no means assured - many problem children products remain as such. rising star - Or 'star' products, are those which have good market share in a strong and growing market. As a product moves into this category it is commonly known as a 'rising star'. Personal Examples? When a market is strong and still growing, competition is the goal of product differentiation in monopolistic is to not yet fully established. Demand is personal examples strong; saturation or over-supply do not exists, and so pricing is relatively unhindered. This all means that these products produce very good returns and profitability. The market is receptive and educated, which optimizes selling efficiencies and margins.
Production and essay, manufacturing overheads are established and costs minimised due to high volumes and personal value examples, good economies of scale. These are great products and worthy of continuing investment provided good growth potential continues to exist. When it does not these products are likely to and hospitality move down to value cash cow status, and is to make, the company needs to have the next rising stars developing from personal value examples its problem children. After considering your business in and maximus terms of the Ansoff matrix and Boston matrix (which are thinking aids as much as anything else, not a magic solution in value themselves), on a more detailed level, and for many businesses just as significant as the Ansoff-type-options, what is the cause significance of your major accounts - do they offer better opportunity for growth and development than your ordinary business? Do you have a high quality, specialised offering that delivers better business benefit on a large scale as opposed to small scale? Are your selling costs and personal, investment similar for large and small contracts? If so you might do better concentrating on developing large major accounts business, rather than taking a sophisticated product or service solution to holidays essay smaller companies which do not appreciate or require it, and cost you just as much to sell to as a large organization. This customer matrix model is used by many companies to personal value examples understand and determine strategies according to customer types.
Assessing product type is helped by reference to the Boston matrix model. Commodus? There is a lot of flexibility as to what constitutes 'good' and 'not so good customers' - use your own criteria. A good way to do this is to devise your own grading system using criteria that mean something to your own situation. Typical criteria are: size, location, relationship, credit-rating and payment terms, is the value customer growing (or not), the security of the supply contract, the service and what happened during the february revolution of 1917, support overhead required, etc. This kind of customer profiling tool and exercise is often overlooked, but it is value a critical aspect of marketing and sales development, and what the february revolution of 1917, of optimizing sales effectiveness and business development performance and profitability. Each quadrant requires a different sales approach.
The type of customer also implies the type of sales person who should be responsible for managing the relationship. Personal? A firm view needs to be taken before committing expensive field-based sales resources to 'not so good' customers. Focus prospect development (identifying and contacting new prospective customers) on the profile which appears in why doesn't by itself, evolution? the top left quadrant. Identify prospective new customers who fit this profile, and allocate your business development resources (people and advertising) to this audience. Consider also What are your competitor weaknesses in terms of sectors, geographical territory and products or services, and how might these factors affect your options? Use the SWOT analysis also for assessing each competitor as well as your own organization or department. Many organizations issue a marketing budget from the personal value examples top down (a budget issued by the Centre/HQ/Finance Director), so to speak, in which case, what is your marketing budget and how can you use it to produce the best return on investment, and to help the company best to meet its overall business aims? Use the the goal of product in monopolistic competition is to make models described here to assess your best likely returns on marketing investment. The best way to begin to model and plan your marketing is to have a record of your historical (say last year's) sales results (including selling and advertising costs if appropriate and available) on a spreadsheet.
The level of detail is up to personal value examples you; modern spreadsheets can organize massive amounts of data and summer essay, make very complex analysis quick easy. Data is vital and personal examples, will enable you to summer essay do most of the analysis you need for marketing planning. In simple terms you can use last year's results as a basis for planning and modelling the next year's sales, and the marketing expenditure and activities required to achieve them. simple business plan or sales plan tools examples. These templates examples help the personal value planning process. Split and analyse your business or sales according to your main products/services (or revenue streams) according to summer holidays essay the profit drivers or 'levers' (variables that you can change which affect profit), e.g., quantity or volume, average sales value or price, % gross margin or profit. Personal Examples? Add different columns which reflect your own business profit drivers or levers, and to provide the most relevant measures. Do the same for each important aspect of your business, for example, split by market sector (or segment):
And, for example, split by distributor (or route to market): These simple split analysis tools are an extremely effective way to plan your sales and business. Construct a working spreadsheet so that the bottom-right cell shows the total sales or gross margin, or profit, whatever you need to measure, and by and maximus, changing the figures within the value examples split (altering the mix, average prices, quantities, etc) you can carry out 'what if?' analysis to develop the best plans. If you are a competent working with spreadsheets it is normally possible to assemble all of this data onto a single spreadsheet and then show different analyses by sorting and graphing according to different fields. When you are happy with the overall totals for the year, convert this into a phased monthly plan, with as many lines and columns as you need and are appropriate for the business. Develop this spreadsheet by showing inputs as well as sales outputs - the quantifiable activity (for example, the numbers of enquiries necessary to produce the planned sales levels) required to produce the planned performance. Large businesses need extensive and the goal of product and advertising is to, multiple page spreadsheets. Personal Value? A business plan needs costs as well as sales, and will show profit as well as revenue and gross margin, but the the goal of product differentiation competition is to make principle is the same: plan the detailed numbers and values of what the business performance will be, and personal examples, what inputs are required to achieve it.
Here's a free MSExcel profit and summer holidays, loss account template tool for incorporating these factors and financials into a more formal phased business trading plan, which also serves as a business forecasting and examples, reporting tool too. Adapt it to suit your purposes. This plan example is also available as a PDF, see the Profit and Loss Account (PL) Small Enterprise Business Plan Example (PDF). The numbers could be anything: ten times less, ten times more, a hundred times more - the and maximus principle is the same. Consider also indirect activities that affect sales and business levels, such as customer service. Identify key performance indicators here too, such as customer complaints response and resolution levels and timescales. Internal lead referral schemes, strategic partnership activity; the performance of other direct sales activities such as sales agencies, distributorships, export activities, licensing, etc. These performance factors won't normally appear on a business plan spreadsheet, but a separate plan should be made for them, otherwise they won't happen. write your marketing plan or business plan. Your marketing plan is value examples actually a statement, supported by relevant financial data, of holidays essay, how you are going to develop your business.
Plans should be based on actions, not masses of historical data. The historical and market information should be sufficient just to explain and personal value, justify the opportunities, direction, strategy, and most importantly, the marketing actions, methods and and hospitality management, measures - not to tell the story of the past 20 years of personal examples, your particular industry. What you are going to sell to whom, when and how you are going to commodus and maximus sell it, how much contribution (gross profit) the sales produce, what the personal marketing cost will be, and what will be the amadeus movie return on investment. As stated above it is easiest and best to assemble all of this data onto a spreadsheet, which then allows data to be manipulated through the examples planning process, and then changed and re-projected when the trading year is under way. The spreadsheet then becomes the basis of your sales and marketing forecasting and results reporting tool. As well as sales and marketing data, in most types of businesses it is also useful to include measurable aims concerning customer service and satisfaction. The marketing plan will have costs that relate to a marketing budget in the overall business plan. What Happened The February Revolution? The marketing plan will also have revenue and personal, gross margin/profitability targets that relate to commodus the turnover and profitability in the overall business plan. This data is personal essentially numerical, and so needs also some supporting narrative as to how the numbers will be achieved - the actions - but keep the narrative concise; if it extends to why doesn't by itself, evolution? more than a half-dozen sheets make sure you put a succinct executive summary on the front.
The marketing plan narrative could if appropriate also refer to personal indirect activities such as product development, customer service, quality assurance, training etc., if significantly relevant to achieving the marketing plan aims. Be pragmatic - marketing plans vary enormously depending on the type, size and maturity of business. Above all create a plan that logically shows how the business can best consolidate and grow its successful profitable areas. Happened? The marketing plan should be a working and personal examples, truly useful tool - if it is, then it's probably a good one. sample business plan, marketing plan or sales plan sample structure and example format/template. Keep the what happened during the february written part of the business plan as concise and examples, brief as possible - most situations and high-ranking executives do not need to see plans that are an inch thick. Summer Holidays Essay? If you can make your case on a half dozen pages then do so. Particularly if your plan is more than 5-6 pages long, produce an executive summary (easiest to do when you have completed the plan) and examples, insert it at tourism and hospitality management, the beginning of the document. If you need to include lots of reference material, examples, charts, evidence, etc, show these as appendices at the back of the document and personal, make sure they are numbered and referenced during the main body of the plan. Summer Essay? Each new section should start at personal value, the top of a new page.
Number the pages. Important plans should be suitably bound. All business plans should be professionally and neatly presented, with no grammar and spelling errors, clearly laid out in an easy to read format (avoid lots of upper-case or fancy fonts or italics as these are all difficult to read). Your business plan contents and structure should be as follows: business plans structure - a business planning template. Title page: Title or heading of the plan and brief description if required, author, date, company/organization if applicable, details of circulation and what, confidentiality. Contents page: A list of value examples, contents (basically the sections listed here, starting with the what happened during Introduction page) showing page numbers, plus a list of appendices or addendums (added reference material at the back of the document) allowing the examples reader to find what they need and navigate the document easily, and to refer others to particular items and page numbers when reviewing or querying. Introduction page : Introduction and purpose of the plan, terms of what happened during revolution, reference if applicable (usually for personal examples formal and of product differentiation make, large plans or projects). Personal Examples? Executive summary page: Optional and usually beneficial, this should normally be no more than a page long (or it's not an executive summary) - the key points of the whole plan including conclusions, recommendations, actions, financial returns on investment, etc., clearly readable in a few minutes. Main body of plan: sections and headings as required, see template below.
Acknowledgments and bibliography/reference sources: if relevant (only required normally for very large formal plans) Appendices: appendices or addendums - additional detailed reference material, examples, statistics, spreadsheets, etc., for reference and not central to the main presentation of your plan. business plans - main body sections examples template. This sample template is typical for a sales/marketing/new business development business plan. (A business plan for during revolution a more complex project such as an international joint-venture, or the formation of a new company including manufacturing plant or other overhead activities would need to examples include relevant information and financials about the overheads and resources concerned, and the financials would need to show costs and profits more like a fully developed profit and loss account, with cashflow projections, balance sheet, etc.) Where appropriate refer to your position regarding corporate ethics and social responsibility and the Psychological Contract. Commodus And Maximus? While these aspects are not mechanisms within the plan, they are crucial reference points. Define your market - sector(s) and segment(s) definitions Quantify your market (overview only) - size, segmentation, relevant statistics, values, numbers (locations, people/users, etc) - make this relevant to you business Explain your market(s) - sector trends, eg., growth, legislation, seasonality, PEST factors where relevant, refer to Ansoff matrix, show the strategic business drivers within sector and segments, purchasing mechanisms, processes, restrictions - what are the factors that determine customers' priorities and needs - this is a logical place to refer to ethics and CSR (corporate social responsibility Explain your existing business - your current business according to sector, products/services, quantities, values, distributor, etc. Analyse your existing customer spread by customer type, values and products/services including major accounts (the 'Pareto Principle' or the '80:20 rule' often applies here, eg., 80% of your business comes from personal 20% of why doesn't by itself,, your customers) Explain your products and personal value, services - refer to Boston matrix and especially your strategic propositions (what these propositions will do for your customers) including your USP's and UPB's (see sales training section and acronyms) Explain you routes to market, gatekeepers, influencers and strategic partners - the other organizations/individuals you will work with to develop your market, including 'what's in it for them', commissions, endorsements, accreditations, approvals, licenses, etc. Case studies and track record - the credibility, evidence and proof that your propositions and strategic partnerships work Competitor analysis, eg., SWOT analysis of your own business compared to SWOT analysis of each competitor Sales/marketing/business plan (1 year min) showing sales and margins by product/service stream, mix, values, segment, 'distributor', etc, whatever is relevant, phased monthly, in as much detail as you need. This should be on a spreadsheet , with as many different sheets as necessary to quantify relevant inputs and outputs.
List your strategic actions (marketing campaigns, sales activities, advertising, etc) that will deliver the above, with costs and returns. This should be supported with a spreadsheet, showing cost and holidays, return on investment for each activity. Tip: If the business plan concerns an existing activity, use the previous year's sales/business analysis as the basis for the next year's sales/business plan. Adapt as necessary according to your new strategic plans. other business planning and examples, marketing issues. staffing and training implications. Your people are unlikely to have all the skills they need to help you implement a marketing plan.
You may not have all the people that you need so you have to consider justifying and obtaining extra. And Maximus? Customer service is acutely sensitive to staffing and training. Value? Are all of your people aware of the during the february aims of the personal examples business, its mission statement and the goal and advertising make, your sales propositions? Do they know what their responsibilities are? How will you measure their performance? Many of these issues feed back into the business plan under human resources and training, where budgets need to personal value examples be available to support the investment in these areas. You should formulate a customer service charter, extending both your mission statement and your service offer, so as to inform staff and amadeus movie, customers what your standards are. These standards can cover quite detailed aspects of your service, such as how many times the personal value examples telephone will be permitted to ring until the caller is gets an summer holidays, answer.
Other issues might include: How many days between receipt and response for written correspondence. Complaints procedure and value, timescales for each stage. This charter sets customer expectations, so be sure you can meet them. What During? Customers get disappointed particularly when their expectations are not met, and when so many standards can be set at arbitrary levels, think of each one as a promise that you should keep. Business-to-business customers would expect to agree these standards with their suppliers and have them recorded as part of their contracts, or as SLA's (service level agreements). Increasingly, large customers demand SLA's to be tailored to their own specific needs, and the process of developing these understandings and agreements is absolutely crucial to the maintenance and value examples, development of large contracts. Remember an why doesn't evolution?, important rule about customer service: It's not so much the failure to meet standards that causes major dissatisfaction among customers - everyone can make a mistake - the biggest cause of upset is the failure of suppliers to inform customers and keep them updated when problems arise. Not being told in examples advance, not receiving any apology, not getting any explanation why, and holidays, not hearing what's going to be done to personal put things right, are key areas of customer dissatisfaction, and therefore easy areas for suppliers to focus their efforts to achieve and communicate improvements.
A special point of amadeus movie, note for businesses that require a strong technical profile among their service staff: these people are often reactive by personal, nature and so not good at taking initiative to identify and what during revolution, anticipate problem areas in customer service. Personal Value Examples? It's therefore helpful to establish suitable mechanisms and responsibility to pick up problems and deal with them - a kind of trouble-shooting capability - which can be separately managed and monitored at a strategic level. Do not assume that technically-oriented staff will be capable of proactively developing customer service solutions and revisions to of product differentiation competition is to make SLA's - they generally need help in doing so from staff with high creativity, empathy, communications and value, initiative capabilities. establish systems to measure customer service and staff performance. These standards and the SLA's established for large customers need to be visible, agreed with customers, absolutely measurable. You must keep measuring your performance against them, and essay, preferably publishing the results, internally and externally. Customer complaints handling is a key element: Measuring customer complaints is crucial because individual complaints are crucial areas to resolve, and also as a whole, complaints serve as a barometer for value examples the quality and performance of the business. Amadeus Movie? You need to have a scheme which encourages, not discourages, customers to complain, to open the channels as wide as possible. Value? Most businesses are too defensive where complaints are concerned, preferring to minimise their importance, or to seek to summer justify and value examples, excuse them. Wrong.
Complaints are the amadeus movie opportunities to turn ordinary service into unbeatable service. Moreover, time and again surveys suggest that anything up to nine out of ten people do not complain to the provider when they feel dissatisfied - they just keep their dissatisfaction to themselves and value examples, the provider never finds out there's a problem, even when the amadeus movie customer chooses to go elsewhere. But every complaining customer will tell at least a couple of their friends or relations. Every dissatisfied staff member in the customer organization will tell several of their colleagues. Unreported complaints spawn bad feelings and examples, the breakdown of relationships.
It is imperative that you capture all complaints in order to: Put at ease and give explanation or reassurance to and maximus the person complaining. Personal? Reduce the amadeus movie chances of them complaining to someone else. Personal? Monitor exactly how many dissatisfied customers you have and what the differentiation and advertising competition is to causes are, and personal value examples, that's even more important if you're failing to deliver your mission statement or service offer! Take appropriate corrective action to prevent a re-occurrence. If appropriate (ie for large customers) review SLA's and take the opportunity to agree new SLA's with the customer. implications for IT, premises, and reporting systems. Also relating to your business plan are the issues of: Information Technology - are your computers and amadeus movie, communications systems capable of value, giving you the information and analysis you need? How do you use email - is it helping or hindering your business and tourism, the quality of service you give to your customers? What internet presence and processes do you need?
How should your voice and value, data systems work together? What systems need to be available to mobile staff? What customer relationship management (CRM) systems should you have? How should you consider all these issues to see the needs and opportunities? IT and communications systems increasingly offer marketing and competitive advantage to businesses in all sectors - make sure you know hat IT can do for you and for your customers. Premises - Review your premises and sites in light of commodus, your customer service, distribution, and customer relationship requirements. Pay particular attention anywhere in your organization that your customers visit - the impression and service you give here is critical.
Reporting systems - If you can't measure it you can't manage it, and where finance and business performance is value concerned this is certainly true. First you must identify and agree internally your key performance indicators (KPI's). Identify every aspect of your service or performance that is important - then you need to be able to tourism management measure it and report on it, and personal examples, where people are involved in performing to certain standards then the standards and and hospitality management, the reporting needs to be transparent to them also. How do you report on personal value sales, marketing and business performance and interpret the happened during revolution of 1917 results? Who needs to know?
Who needs to capture the data? communications and ongoing customer feedback are essential. Having an open dialogue with your customers is vital. There's a double benefit to your business in personal examples ensuring this happens: You nip problems in the bud and stay aware of how you're performing. Your customers feel better about the service you provide as a result of the communications, or from the the goal differentiation competition fact that the channel is open even if they don't use it - it's human nature. Try to devise a standard feedback form. It can double as a promotional tool as well if it's made available on a wider scale. The form can carry details of your mission statement, service offer and value, your customer service charter.
Consider carrying out a customer satisfaction and holidays, perceptions survey. There are many ways to do this on a small or large scale, and valuable feedback is examples always obtained from customer survey exercises. tips for starting a small business or self-employment - for non-financial people. Some of us are not naturally inclined towards the sort of detailed financial thinking that is the goal differentiation in monopolistic required for personal value traditional detailed business planning. If this is you, you'll possess other valuable capabilities that will be useful in your own enterprise, and you'll maybe find it helpful to use this alternative approach to planning a new enterprise or self-employment. It can be stressful and amadeus movie, counter-productive to try to use methods that are not natural or comfortable. If you are helping or advising others about starting their own enterprise or self-employment, the same principles apply. Not everyone is naturally good at business planning, but everyone who dreams of personal examples, being self-employed or who wants to start and run their own independent enterprise is capable of doing so, provided they work to during their strengths, capabilities and passions. People running successful enterprises come in all shapes and personal, sizes, from all backgrounds, all ages, with skills, passions, and capabilities in any field you can imagine. Anyone can run their own business or be successful in self-employment given the simple determination to do so.
Business and enterprise is and advertising competition is to not just for stereotypical 'business-types'; the examples benefits and advantages of being your own boss are available to us all. Here are some pointers for why doesn't inbreeding, evolution? people considering starting their own new enterprise, or for helping others to do the same. First, and especially if you are not clear of your own real strengths, or what direction to personal value examples pursue, focus on using tools to understanding your own personality style and strengths. Then use this knowledge to imagine and happened revolution, realise how your natural capabilities can be used to best effect in defining and providing your own services or running your own enterprise. The VAK and Multiple Intelligences tools on this site are helpful for this purpose. They assess people's strengths completely differently to personal examples traditional IQ or academic evaluations, which are extremely narrow and generally not relevant at all for people who want to be their own boss. Understanding personality is differentiation competition is to make also useful since personality-type greatly influences the way that a person approaches self-employment or running an enterprise, and what sort of service or business to offer. The Personality Styles page provides a lot of explanation about personal, this. Many people are conditioned by schools and over-cautious parents to under-estimate their own potential and capabilities, which is a big reason to take a fresh look at what you are good at, and to differentiation and advertising competition make re-think and understand better the ways that your personality type tends to be successful in life and personal value examples, business.
There are many ways to be successful and independent in life aside from building and running a conventional business and essay, adhering to conventional financial planning methods. The basic economics of becoming successfully independent in any sort of venture are actually extremely simple, and focusing on the following simple fundamentals (a process really) can help many folk turn your dream or an idea into a successful enterprise or self-employment reality. It's usually easiest to think first of these factors in terms of daily, weekly or monthly numbers and values, and then to extend the figures to value give totals for a whole year: 1. What's your product or service? (What's good/special/different about your products or service that enough people will buy it? And importantly is this something that you have a real passion for?
All successful enterprises are built on doing something the owner enjoys.) 2. What does it cost to make/buy in/provide the product or service? (If you are buying and selling products or using materials consider the cost prices. If the main resource is your own time then attach a cost to summer your labour that reflects your available time for the work and the wage you need to personal examples draw. Divide your required annual wage by why doesn't cause, the number of work hours available to you, and this is your notional hourly labour cost.) 3. What price will the product/service sell for? (Ideally small businesses need a healthy profit margin or mark-up - doubling the cost is good if the market will accept it. A mark-up of personal, less than 50% is cause for concern unless you are selling products in relatively high volumes or values. Price your products/services according to what the market will pay, not according to your costs.
Take into account your competitors and what they charge and their relative quality. Service businesses that use only the person's time are often very attractive and profitable because there is no added complication of buying and holding stock - hence why window-cleaning, sign-writing, repairs, gardening, decorating, tutoring, writing, therapy, training, coaching and consultancy, etc., are such good businesses for people who prefer a simple approach to the goal and advertising make self-employment and enterprise. Consider the effect of VAT especially for 'consumer' businesses - ie., selling to the general public - assuming your business is or must be VAT registered. Private consumers of course are more sensitive to VAT than business customers who can generally reclaim VAT should you have to personal examples add it to differentiation make your prices.) 4. Who will buy the product/service? (Identify your customers and market. Personal Examples? Do you know this for of product differentiation and advertising in monopolistic make sure? Test your assumptions: this is a critical part of the proposition and generally benefits from more thought and research to confirm that a big enough market exists for your idea.
Consider your competition - what are people buying currently and why will they buy from you instead?) 5. How much/many do you need to sell in a year? And how many customers do you need? (This is a vital part of the proposition to confirm that the gross profit (the difference between costs of bought in products/labour and sales revenues) covers your/their financial needs (including a living wage and other fixed costs of running the enterprise. Examples? Again remember the affect of VAT on your selling prices if applicable.) 6. How will people know about the service/product? (You need to understand what advertising/marketing/enquiry-generation is necessary - activity and cost.
There is what during usually a cost for generating new customers, especially in the early stages of a new enterprise. Once the business is established, say after six months to a year, 'word-of-mouth' referrals are for some businesses all that is required to produce new customers - especially those based in a local community, but virtually any new enterprise requires marketing at personal, its launch. See the articles on cause evolution? marketing and value, selling.) 7. Does all this add up, and better still provide a cash surplus at tourism, the end of a year? - if so then it's probably a good business model. These basic questions represent the typical 'table napkin' business proposition that is the start of most businesses, including very large complex ones. Personal Value? People who dislike and are not fluent in detailed business calculations might find the above process a useful starting point when thinking about how to begin a new enterprise or a venture in self-employment. If this is what you, you are not alone: many visionary entrepreneurs can run a huge profitable business but have great difficulty putting together a proper business plan. Personal? Hence many highly successful business leaders rely heavily on why doesn't inbreeding, evolution? their financial directors to take care of the financial details, leaving them free to examples get on with the business activity that makes best use of their natural skill, be it creativity, selling, service-provision, people-skills, technical skills, or whatever.
Incidentally the above factors are the essential components which make up a basic Profit and of product differentiation competition, Loss Account, which is the primary management tool for a business of examples, any scale and tourism management, complexity. Personal Examples? Here's a free MSExcel profit and loss account template tool for extending these factors and essay, financials into a more formal phased plan, which also serves as a business forecasting and value, reporting tool too. Amadeus Movie? If in doubt about this seek some help from an experienced business person or your accountant. Adapt it to examples suit your purposes. The example PL trading plan is revolution also available as a pdf. The numbers could be anything - ten times less, ten times more, a hundred times more - the principle is the personal value examples same. company types and financial set up - quick guide. When you have confirmed and refined the the goal differentiation and advertising in monopolistic is to make basic viability of your business idea you can then begin getting to grips with the more detailed aspects of forming the business itself. This necessarily includes deciding your type of business constitution - the legal format of your company - or 'company type' as it is value examples often described. The Psychological Contract is increasingly significant within and relating to business constitution. Small (UK) businesses are most commonly one of the following: sole-trader - essentially a self-employed owner - no limited personal liability - relatively easy set up and make, administration. partnership - essentially a group of examples, self-employed partners/owners - no limited personal liability - easy-ish set up and administration, although ultimately dependent on the complexity of the company and partnership. limited liability partnership (LLP) - as above, except that liability is limited to personal investments and guarantees. limited company (abbreviated to amadeus movie Ltd after the company name) - liability is personal value examples limited to the assets of the company - registered with Companies House and legally obliged to publish accounts.
There are less common variations of limited companies, and other business structures and constitutions, for essay example: social enterprise - various structures including , trusts, associations and especially cooperatives - these are not common typical or traditional business structures, but social enterprises are growing in value popularity, and will be explained in more detail on why doesn't by itself, evolution? this website in due course. Meanwhile here is useful information about value, cooperatives. public limited company (plc) - not appropriate for small companies. Sole-trader and partnership companies are very easy to set up and administer, but the owner/partners are personally liable for all business debts and what happened the february of 1917, potential claims, so good insurance cover (including professional indemnity and public liability) is personal essential especially if business liabilities are potentially serious. A limited liability partnership offers protection to partners in terms of personal liabilities, in that liabilities are limited to the extent of personal investment and any other guarantees. This is considered to be too much personal exposure by many business people, in which case a limited company is the obvious alternative. A limited company exists in its own right - a tricky concept to understand for many people - basically meaning that financial liabilities belong to the company (its shareholders, to the value of amadeus movie, their shares in other words) rather than the directors and executives of the business, as would apply in a partnership. Value? Limited companies ultimately offer more flexibility for large complex businesses but can be over-complicated and administratively heavy if all you want to do is run a local shop or landscape gardening business or modest training or coaching business. Whatever, consider carefully what type of company framework will suit you best.
Once established it can be quite difficult to holidays essay unravel and personal examples, change if you get it wrong - not impossible, but a nuisance if you could have got it right first time with a bit of extra thought at essay, the planning stage. A good accountant will help you decide what is best for value your situation from a legal and why doesn't inbreeding, by itself, cause, financial standpoint, although before this you should think for yourself what sort of business structure best fits your wider business situation, and especially your business aims and philosophy. Broad guidelines about business types are available from the personal UK Government business information Businesslink website. You'll need a business bank account. Amadeus Movie? In fact it is value examples a legal requirement of all limited companies to have a business bank account. Shop around. There are wide variations in and advertising in monopolistic competition is to make services and costs offered by the different banks. You must also understand and organize the tax implications for personal value examples your type of business. Before starting any business ensure also that you have the information and controls to account for and pay all taxes due. Helpfully to learn more about this in the UK, most tax affairs are within the responsibilities of HM Revenue and Customs - until they too change their name to something very silly. That said, the relevance today of HM (Her Majesty's) is a bit puzzling when you stop to happened during revolution of 1917 think about it and surely due for personal value updating to the modern age.
HMRC is another weird example of quirky UK Government departmental names and why doesn't cause evolution?, branding. God help us all, our country is run by alien wannabe noblemen from the examples middle ages. VAT (Value Added Tax or your national equivalent) is an why doesn't inbreeding, by itself,, issue warranting serious thought if your business is small enough to have a choice in the matter. Beyond a certain turnover (?68,000 as at 2010) any UK business must register for value VAT. Check the HMRC website for the current position. Being VAT registered means you must charge VAT on all VAT-rated supplies, which means also that the VAT you receive on payments from your customers must be paid to HM Revenue and commodus and maximus, Customs. (No you cannot keep it, even though some accidentally try to, and others think they are entitled to.) Being VAT registered also enables you to reclaim VAT that you pay on business costs, although there are some notable exceptions, like company cars. Retail and consumer businesses are especially affected by VAT. Private consumers cannot claim back VAT, so the effect of VAT on pricing and margins needs careful thought in value planning any consumer business. Up to why doesn't inbreeding, evolution? a certain level of turnover (in the UK) becoming registered for VAT is optional.
If your business turnover is likely to personal be below the what happened the february of 1917 threshold for mandatory VAT registration, you must decide for yourself if the advantages outweigh the disadvantages. The main advantages of VAT registration are: your business will be perceived by certain people - especially other businesses - to personal examples be larger and more credible (not being registered for VAT indicates immediately that your turnover is below the VAT threshold) you will be able to reclaim VAT that you are charged on legitimate allowable business costs. The main disadvantages of being VAT registered are: the administrative burden in inbreeding, cause keeping VAT records and submitting VAT returns (although this has been enormously simplified in recent years so that for small simple businesses it is value really not a problem at summer holidays essay, all) risks of examples, getting onto cashflow difficulties if you fail to set funds aside to pay your VAT bills (see the tax tips below) Information about VAT (and all other tax issues) is at the UK Government HM Revenue and and hospitality, Customs website: http://www.hmrc.gov.uk. VAT is personal value not the only tax. Taxes are also due on company profits (sole-traders or partnerships profits are taxed via personal earnings of the sole-trader or partners) and on staff salaries (national insurance). A sole-trader or partnership can employ staff, in which case national insurance tax is summer essay due on salaries paid to employees, which is different to the tax that employees pay themselves. Failing to retain funds in value examples a company to pay taxes is a serious problem that's easily avoided with good early planning.
Contact your tax office. Evolution?? Inform them of your plans and seek their help. Tax offices are generally extremely helpful, so ask. You can even talk to a real person on personal value examples the phone without having to breach a six-level automated menu system. Ideally find a decent accountant too. Differentiation And Advertising Is To Make? Preferably one who comes recommended to personal examples you.
With all the greatest respect to accountants everywhere, accountants are quite commonly very intense people, like solicitors and scientists, very much focused on process, accuracy, rules, etc., which in terms of personality fit can be a little at essay, odds with the style of many entrepreneurs. So again shop around and find an accountant with whom you can share a joke and a beer or something from the human world. The relationship between a business person and his/her accountant is personal value crucial if the business is to grow and develop significantly. Accountants might seem at times to be from holidays essay another planet, but I can assure you the good ones are bloody magicians when it comes to business development, especially when the figures get really interesting. The statement that one stroke of an personal examples, accountant's pen is amadeus movie mightier than the world's most successful sales team, is actually true. For many entrepreneurs, the examples ideal scenario is to grow your business large enough to the goal of product differentiation and advertising make support the value examples cost of a really excellent finance director, who can take care of all the detailed legal and financial matters for you, and leave you completely free to of product differentiation is to concentrate on growing the business - concentrating your efforts and ideas and strategy externally towards markets and personal value examples, customers, and internally towards optimizing innovation and your staff. See the quick tax tips below, especially for small businesses which might not easily be able to achieve immediate and accurate control of their tax liabilities, which is one of the major early risks for a new successful small business. tax tips - understanding and accounting for taxes from the start.
A significant potential problem area for newly self-employed people, and for new business start-ups, is failing to budget and save for essay inevitable taxes which arise from your business activities. N.B. Personal? These tips are not meant to be a detailed comprehensive guide to business taxation. This section merely addresses a particular vulnerability of summer holidays essay, new start-up businesses in failing to set aside sufficient reserves to meet tax liabilities, especially small businesses, and even more especially sole-traders and partnerships and small limited companies, which lack expertise in accounting and consequently might benefit from these simple warnings and tips related to tax liabilities. In general these issues would normally be managed via a cashflow forecast, together with suitable financial processes to allocate and make payments for all costs and liabilities arising in the course of trading. I recognise however that many small business start-ups do not begin with such attention to financial processes, and it's primarily for those situations that these particular notes are provided. These notes in no way suggest that this is the normal fully controlled approach to personal examples planning and organizing tax liabilities and what happened during the february revolution, other cashflow issues within any business of personal value, significant scale. This is simply a pragmatic and practical method aimed at averting a common big problem affecting small business start-ups. While your type of commodus, company and business determines precisely which taxes apply to personal examples you, broadly taxes are due on sales (for VAT registered businesses in the UK, or your VAT equivalent if outside the UK), and on the profits of your business and your earnings. If you employ staff you will also have to pay national insurance tax on employees' earnings too. Generally sole-traders and partnerships have simpler tax arrangements - for example, profits are typically taxed as personal earnings - as compared with the more complex taxes applicable to limited companies, which also pay taxes on holidays company profits and examples, staff salaries.
Whatever, you must understand the tax liabilities applicable to your situation, and budget for them accordingly. You must try to seek appropriate financial advice for your situation before you commence trading. Indeed understanding tax basics also helps you decide what type of company will best suit your situation, again, before you begin trading. The potential for nasty financial surprises - notably tax bills that you have insufficient funds to pay - ironically tends to increase along with your success. This is because bigger sales and tourism and hospitality management, profits and earnings inevitably produce bigger tax bills (percentage of tax increases too in the early growth of a business), all of which becomes a very big problem if you've no funds to pay taxes when due.
The risks of getting into difficulties can be greater for the self-employed and small partnerships which perhaps do not have great financial knowledge and experience, than for larger Limited Company start-ups which tend to personal have more systems and support in financial areas. Start-ups are especially prone to tax surprises because the first set of tax bills can commonly be delayed, and if you fail to account properly for all taxes due then obviously you increase the chances of summer, spending more than you should do, resulting in not having adequate funds to personal value examples cover the payments when they are due. Risks are increased further if you are new to self-employment, previously having been employed and what during the february, accustomed to receiving a regular salary on value which all taxes have already been deducted, in other words 'net' of by itself, cause evolution?, tax. It can take a while to appreciate that business revenues or profits have no tax deducted when these earnings are put into your bank account; these amounts are called 'gross', because they include the tax element. Therefore not all of your business earnings belong to you - some of the personal value money belongs to the taxman. It's your responsibility to deduct the taxes due, to set this money aside, and to cause evolution? pay the tax bills when demanded. Additionally, if you are a person who is in the habit of spending everything that you earn, you must be even more careful, since this tendency will increase the risks of your being unable to pay your taxes.
Failing to get on personal top of the reality of and maximus, taxes from the very beginning can lead to serious debt and cashflow problems, which is value a miserable way to run a business. So you must anticipate and set aside funds necessary to meet your tax liabilities from the very start of your business, even if you do not initially have a very accurate idea of what taxes will be due, or you lack effective systems to calculate them - many small start-ups are in this position. Nevertheless it is too late to start thinking about cause, tax when the first demands fall due. If when starting your business you do not have information and personal value examples, systems to identify and account accurately for your tax liabilities, here are two simple quick tax tips to avoid problems with the summer taxman: You must estimate your tax liabilities and ensure that you set aside funds to cover these liabilities while you are banking your payments received into the business. The easiest way to examples do this is to identify the taxes applicable to your business, for example VAT and your own personal income tax and national insurance. The Goal And Advertising Is To Make? Identify the percentages that apply to your own situation and earnings levels. You can do this approximately. It does not need to be very precise.
Add these percentages together, and then set aside this percentage of all your earnings that you receive into personal value examples your business. Put these monies into commodus a separate savings account where you can't confuse them with your main business account, i.e., your 'working capital' typically held in a current account. Always over-estimate your tax liabilities so as to value set aside more than you need. Having a surplus is not a problem. Having not enough money to pay taxes because you've under-estimated tax due is what happened during revolution of 1917 a problem; sometimes enough to personal value kill an otherwise promising business. Here's an example to commodus show how quickly and easily you can plan and set aside a contingency to pay your tax bills, even if you've no experience or systems to calculate them precisely. This example is based on personal value a self-employed consultancy-type business, like a training or coaching business, in which there are no significant costs of sales (products or services bought in) or overheads, i.e., revenues are effectively the profits too, since there are minimal costs to offset against profits: example of estimating and commodus and maximus, setting aside money to pay taxes. 1. Examples? In the UK VAT on most products and services is 17.5%.
This equates (roughly) to 15% when calculating the VAT element within a VAT-inclusive amount. This means that you can set aside 15% of your revenues and tourism and hospitality management, reliably be sure of value examples, covering your VAT liabilities. 2. Summer? In the UK personal income tax and examples, national insurance combined is roughly 30% of earnings up to about ?30,000 (a little over in fact), rising to 49% - call it 50% - of earnings above ?30k - roughly. N.B. Income tax and national insurance are calculated on tourism taxable earnings, which exclude money spent on legitimate business costs, and VAT received. These figures in the above example are approximate I emphasise again, which is all you need for this purpose, moreover the approximations are on the high side of what the personal precise liabilities actually are.
Accountants call this sort of thinking 'prudent'. It's a pessimistic approach to forecasting liabilities rather than optimistic, which is holidays essay fundamental to good financial planning and management: if the pessimism is wrong then you end up with a surplus (which is good), but if you are wrong in making optimistic forecasts and personal value examples, estimates (over-ambitious sales, and lower-than-actual costs and liabilities), then you run out of money (which is bad). Back to the percentages.. Knowing the and hospitality income tax percentages enables you to value examples set aside a suitable percentage of your earnings when you receive them into the business. Roughly speaking, for amadeus movie earnings up to personal ?30k you need to set aside 30% to cover income tax and amadeus movie, national insurance. For earnings over personal, ?30k you need to set aside 50% to cover your income tax and national insurance. Amadeus Movie? (Earnings below ?30k remain taxable at 30%). Remember you can arrive at these figures based on the VAT exclusive revenues, but to keep matters simpler it is easier to personal value examples use an adjusted total percentage figure to apply to and hospitality the total gross earnings. Value? If it's kept very simple and quick you'll be more likely to do it - and/or to communicate the method effectively to your partner if they are responsible for handling the financials, as often happens. Given this example, if in your first year your gross revenues (banked payments received) are say ?50,000, assuming you are VAT registered, then your tax liabilities will be (roughly): From this example you can see that setting aside 45.5% of earnings (yes it's a lot isn't it - which is commodus why you need to personal examples anticipate it and set the money aside) would comfortably cover VAT and income tax liabilities. To be extra safe and simpler in essay this example you could round it up to 50%.
The tax liability will obviously increase with increasing revenues - and in percentage terms too regarding personal income tax, since more earnings would be at the higher rate. You must therefore also monitor your earnings levels through the year and adjust your percentage tax contingency accordingly. As stated already above, the risk of under-estimating tax liabilities increases the personal examples more successful you are, because tax bills get bigger. In truth you will have some costs to amadeus movie offset against the earnings figures above, but again for the purposes of establishing a very quick principle of saving a fixed percentage as a tax reserve until you know and can control these liabilities more accurately, the above is personal examples a very useful simple easy method of holidays, initially staying solvent and on top of value examples, your tax affairs, which are for many people the most serious source of inbreeding, cause evolution?, nasty financial surprises in successful start-up businesses. The above example is very simple, and is provided mainly for small start-up businesses which might otherwise neglect to provide for value tax liabilities. The figures and percentages are not appropriate (but the broad principle of forecasting and providing funds for evolution? tax liabilities is) to apply to retail businesses for example, or businesses in which staff are employed, since these businesses carry significant costs of sales and overheads, which should be deducted from revenues before calculating profits and taxes liabilities. Neither does the example take account of the various ways to reduce tax liabilities by reinvesting profits in the business, writing off stock, putting money into pensions, charitable donations, etc. A third tip is - in fact it's effectively a legal requirement - to value inform your relevant tax authorities as soon as possible about your new business. Preferably do this a few weeks before you actually begin trading. Happened During Of 1917? That way you can be fully informed of the tax situation - and your best methods of dealing with tax, because there are usually different ways, and personal value, sometimes the differences can be worth quite a lot of money.
I do not go into more detail about tax here because it's a very complex subject with wide variations depending on your own situation, for which you should seek relevant information and advice from a qualified accountant and/or the relevant tax authorities. template and structure for a feasibility study or project justification report. First, and importantly, you need to and maximus clarify/confirm the criteria that need to be fulfilled in order to justify starting or continuing the project or group, in other words, what do the decision-makers need to see in order to value approve the project or its continuation ? Then map these crucial approval criteria into the following structure. In other words, work through the following template structure according to, and orientated as closely as you can to, the approval criteria . Holidays? (These points could effectively be your feasibility study or report justification structure, and headings.) past, present and particularly future ('customer') need (for the outputs/results produced by group or project) benefits and outcomes achieved to date for what cost/investment benefits and outcomes to value examples be produced in the future resources, costs, investment , etc., required to produce future required outcomes and essay, benefits (identify capital vs revenue costs, i.e., acquisition of major assets and ongoing overheads) alternative methods or ways of satisfying needs, with relative cost/return (return on investment) comparisons (ie., what other ways might there be for satisfying the need if the group or project doesn't happen or ceases?) outline strategy and financial plan , including people, aims, philosophy , etc (ideally tuned to personal meet the authorising power's fulfilment criteria) for proposed start or continuation of the goal differentiation is to, project (assuming you have a case, and assuming there is no better alternative) Keep it simple.
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You'll find someone eventually but you'll need to kiss a lot of frogs first, which takes ages and is not the personal cleverest way to and hospitality spend your valuable time. For something so important as business planning advice or consultancy use referrals every time. Referrals work not only because you get to find someone trusted, but the person you find has a reasonable assurance that you can be trusted too, you see: good suppliers are just as choosy as good clients. It works both ways. Be prepared to personal reward the person in whatever way is appropriate and fair (I'm thinking percentage share of incremental success beyond expectations - perhaps even equity share if the person is really good and you'd value their on-going contribution and during the february revolution, help). Often the best people won't ask for much money up front at value examples, all, but from your point of view you will attract a lot more commitment and work beyond the call of normal duty from and maximus them if you reward higher than they ask or need. Good suppliers are immensely motivated by good clients and lots of personal examples, appreciation, even if they don't want the financial reward.
Good suppliers have usually seen too many ungrateful greedy people taking them for granted and penny pinching, and will tend to sack clients like these without even telling them why, and move on to more deserving enjoyable work with people who are fair and of product differentiation and advertising is to make, appreciative, which is how you'll be I'm sure. Finally, when you've found the right person, always continually agree expectations and invite feedback about how the relationship is working, not just how the work is going. starting your own business - or starting any new business. These are the simple rules for personal planning and starting your own business. The principles also apply to planning and starting a new business within an organisation for someone else. In amongst the and maximus distractions and personal value, details of new business planning, it is important to keep sight of the basic rules of new business success:
Your successful new business must offer something unique that people want. Uniqueness is vital because otherwise there is no reason for customers to holidays essay buy from personal you. Anyone can be or create a unique business proposition by thinking about it clearly. Uniqueness comes in all shapes and sizes - it's chiefly being especially good and different in a particular area, or field or sector. Uniqueness can be in summer holidays a product or service, or in a trading method, or in you yourself, or any other aspect of your business which makes what you are offering special and appealing to people. You will develop your own unique offering first by identifying what people want and which nobody is personal examples providing properly. Second you must ensure that your chosen unique offering is also an extension of amadeus movie, your own passion or particular expertise or strength - something you will love and enjoy being the personal examples best at - whatever it is. Every successful business is built on someone's passion. new business start-ups by older people. If you already have a career behind you, and you wonder if you've got it in commodus and maximus you to personal examples compete and succeed in the modern world, consider this.
First - you have definitely got it in you to essay succeed. Experience and wisdom are fundamental building blocks of success, and will be for you from the moment you start looking at yourself in this way. The reassuring wisdom that older people generally possess is extremely helpful in forming trusting relationships - with customers, suppliers, partners, colleagues, etc - which are essential for good business. Added to this, as we get older we have a greater understanding of our true passions and capabilities; we know our strengths and styles and tolerances. This gives older people a very special potency in business.
Older people know what they are good at. Personal Value Examples? They play to inbreeding, by itself, cause evolution? their strengths. They know which battles they can win, and which to avoid. Older people are also typically better at handling change and adapting to new things than younger people. This is because older people have had more experience doing just this. Adapting to change and working around things are significant capabilities in achieving new business success. If you are an older person considering starting a new business, think about the things you can do better than most other people - think about your strengths and use them. business start-ups for younger people.
Younger people can be very successful starting new businesses just as much as older people can be. The essential principle of playing to your strengths applies, although the implications are different for younger people compared to older people. Younger people are likely to value examples have lots of and hospitality, fresh ideas. This is an advantage, so avoid people pour cold water on them. Test your ideas on potential customers, rather than to take advice from those people who are ready with their buckets of examples, water. Next, get the help you need. It's difficult for young people to know all the answers. You'll have the ideas and the energy to make things happen, but consider the gaps in your experience, and commodus, the things you don't enjoy doing, and seek good quality reliable help for these things. Getting good help at personal examples, what you can't do or don't want to do will enable you to put all your energy into what you are good at and what you want to of product make spend your time doing. Young people sometimes try to examples force themselves to fit into summer roles or responsibilities that are not comfortable or natural. This is de-stabilising and stressful.
Learn what you love and excel at, and focus on building success from this. Which brings us back to playing to personal value examples your strengths. All successful businesses (and people who become successful working for others) are based on the person using personal strengths and pursuing personal passions. Success in by itself, cause evolution? business is always based on doing something you love and enjoy, which is fundamentally related to your natural strengths and unique personal potential, whatever that is. The sooner you identify these things in personal value examples yourself, the sooner will build sustainable business success. planning business success - in summary. Spreadsheets, mission statements, planning templates and other process elements of new business creation and development are tools. They enable the the goal differentiation is to make business to be properly structured, started and personal value examples, run.
They are essential of course, but in themselves they don't determine success. Business success is determined by why doesn't inbreeding, cause, deeper factors. Increasingly business success depends on having a solid philosophical foundation - where relevant interests, inside and personal, outside of the organization, are balanced rather than conflicting. The bigger the business, the more widely it must consider how it relates to external interests and responsibilities - to society and the world at large. A business with this sort of harmony and and hospitality management, balance built into its shape and principles at the outset has a huge advantage over a business which contains tensions and competing pressures.
Within these considerations, relationships - as explained by personal value examples, the Psychological Contract - are crucially important in every business. What Happened? Businesses ultimately depend on people, and people depend on personal value examples relationships. Aside from what happened the february revolution this - and without diminishing the significance of other vital business components such as reliability, value, quality, etc., which are necessary merely to personal examples survive at a basic level - uniqueness and passion are the the goal differentiation and advertising in monopolistic competition is to make remaining special ingredients for success: Uniqueness (just one word, with so many implications) - so that people will want what you offer, and Passion, so that you will enjoy being and offering your best - and value, so that this belief and commitment conveys to others.
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In my Mende tribe in Sierra Leone, there is a saying that “When you tell a story, you give it out to the world and whoever listens becomes a part of that story; the story becomes theirs in how they relate to value, it, use it and find whatever meaning they can in the telling.” - Ishmael Beah “Giving the World a Story” Beah prefaces the why doesn't cause book with a dialogue between himself and an anonymous American student, in which Beah highlights the obliviousness of people who have never truly encountered violence. Their idea of violence is that of Hollywood it seems. This idea is further echoed throughout the personal book when the children in why doesn't evolution? Sierra Leone are made to watch Rambo movies in an attempt to glorify violence. It is also mentioned by personal examples, Beah on the very first page of his memoir: “The only wars I knew of were those that I had read about in books or seen in movies such as Rambo: First Blood” (1). Here Beah, describing his views before the war, is and maximus identifying himself with the oblivious American student, who represents all those who have an unrealistic idea of violence and war- the personal people Beah is writing for, as such we can see that the reason why Beah chooses to commodus and maximus, write this story is to examples, depict a realistic version of what violence and war are actually like because now he has actually lived through such events he feels he needs to highlight the unrealistic notions people have. Amadeus Movie? Beah has made no qualms about saying that he is personal examples representing his trauma to the world in order to raise awareness and counter these unrealistic views.
However, many would argue that a person cannot truly represent a realistic version of such events when they are telling it from a post-traumatic viewpoint, as Beah is doing. But I believe Beah has countered this argument within the text already. When Musa is telling a “Bra Spider” story, to Beah and the others, he adds in an extra detail and when the summer others complain about this he retorts: “I am telling the story, so I can tell my version. Wait for your turn.”(74) Beah, by focusing on this one specific time Musa tells the story, is telling us that this is his story. It may not be entirely 100% accurate but this is how the story is to value, be told. If Rambo is an unrealistic portrayal of war and violence it is because it claims to be coming from an impartial perspective: the film is amadeus movie told from a third-person viewpoint in which an omnipotent narrator is personal value examples representing reality. A Long Way Gone knows that it is not impartial; it is told from Beah’s perspective throughout and why doesn't inbreeding, by itself, cause is even written in an oral manner which tells us it is coming from an inherently biased viewpoint. Personal Value? The fact that this story knows that it is not impartial actually makes it a more realistic account as it doesn’t claim to portray reality, only why doesn't inbreeding, by itself, Beah’s reality. If we focus on the character of Musa we can see Beah explicitly highlighting the importance of value examples storytelling in holidays essay the world of the text. When the text informs us that Musa is dead it is personal immediately followed by the first time Beah kills someone: my eyes caught Musa, whose head was covered with blood. His hands looked too relaxed. I raised my gun and the goal in monopolistic is to pulled the trigger, and examples I killed a man. (118/119).
Musa death is a very significant moment. He was the only one, for holidays Beah, who was a human link to the past before the war, to his childhood. His stories were a link to Beah’s culture and personal identity. A page later and Beah writes: Musa, the storyteller, was gone. There was no one around to tell us stories and make us laugh at why doesn't inbreeding, by itself, times when we needed.(120). I think it significant that Beah writes “gone” instead of “dead”. It signifies not only that Musa, as a storyteller, was seen as something beyond a human being ( he was something or someone who could transcend death ,so to speak) but also, and more significantly, that the examples storyteller still exists somewhere and only needs to be re-found. Rap music serves a very similar role for Beah as Musa had . Not only does rap music literally save his life, more than once but it is also a link to the past, his childhood. What Revolution Of 1917? As Beah describes rap to a town elder “It is similar to telling parables, but in the white man’s language,”(38). On more than one occasion, before Beah becomes a child soldier, we see him listening to value, rap music and thinking about life before the war while simultaneously using rap as a means to mentally escape his physical surroundings. In the scene where Beah recalls the old man telling the parable about how “We must strive to be like the moon” (16) ,it is by listening to rap so he “could avoid thinking about the situation at hand” (15).
Significantly, Beah’s tapes are burned just before he goes into and maximus, battle for the first time. This, coupled with the loss of personal value Musa-the storyteller- during the battle, will lead Beah to feel totally disconnected from his past, his childhood and his identity. After the trauma of been a child soldier story-telling is what first facilitates his return to the february of 1917, normality. When Ester gives him a Walkman and rap cassettes and he jumps up and hugs her, we immediately see a glimpse of humanity return to Beah and value straight after this, while he is listening to the music, he tells Ester his story, the first time he tells anyone. Being reunited with rap music reconnects Beah with his past, his childhood, and crucially facilities him in becoming his own story-teller. He realises that Musa may be gone but that he can tell his own story, his own way. Beah uses the trope of tourism storytelling to highlight the connections to personal, one’s own past and identity in order to tell one’s story.
Beah has said “In war you dehumanise other people in order to kill them but I think you also dehumanise yourself. That’s what violence does.” If this is the case I feel why Beah gives such importance to storytelling in his book is to differentiation and advertising in monopolistic is to, point out how storytelling humanises others and humanises oneself. This is value what storytelling does. It is this humanisation, through story-telling, which enables Beah to decipher the old parable about killing the monkey in terms of others and commodus and maximus not just himself and this is precisely what he is doing with writing his book; telling his story for us.
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Et c'est lui qui ©met des constats critiques et pacifistes, et qui ouvre le dialogue des anonymes : « quand on examples, parle de toute la guerre, c'est comme si on commodus, n'disait rien. Personal Value? Ca ©touffe les paroles. During The February? On est l , r'garder §a, comme des espЁces d'aveugles. Personal Value? » Les femmes sont l'arriЁre, derriЁre l'action des tranch©es. Tourism? Pr©sentes mais absentes, elles apparaissent comme ©tant presque inaccessibles. Value Examples? Les femmes sont scind©es en deux groupes : les laides, repoussantes, grossiЁres, vieilles. Summer? et les belles, pures et d©sirables. Pr©sente dans quatre chapitres, 4, 5, 6 et 17, elle est pr©sent©e comme une « femme biche ». Personal? C'est une femme d'une beaut© universelle qui de ce fait s©duit son insu tous les hommes. Essay? Blonde, grande, svelte, des yeux de biche : tout chez elle aspire la douceur et la puret©. Value? C'est une r©fugi©e qui se d©place sans cesse dans les lignes.
Elle vit une histoire d'amour avec Farfadet, mais qui se termine horriblement : la guerre ayant transform© la belle Eudoxie en un cadavre pourri. Amadeus Movie? La guerre d©truit l'amour et impose la supr©matie de la mort. ‰ternel combat entre Eros et Thanatos, symbolis© au chapitre 17 par l'©treinte macabre de Lamuse et du cadavre d'Eudoxie. Personal Value? Lamuse, amoureux ©conduit d'Eudoxie, voit son fantasme se r©aliser, quand, creusant la terre, il ne peut se d©barrasser du cadavre de cette derniЁre : « Elle voulait m'embrasser, je n'voulais pas, c'©tai' affreux ». Amadeus Movie? La guerre d©truit toute forme d'©rotisme et impose la supr©matie de Thanatos sur Eros. †’ Cette partie est disponible sur le document t©l©charger gratuitement. 10. Value? Les gens de l'arriЁre, un second pays. †’ Cette partie est disponible sur le document t©l©charger gratuitement. Lorsque la guerre de 1914 est d©clar©e, Barbusse a prЁs de 40 ans, une notori©t© artistique c©lЁbre et des positions politiques pacifistes.
Malgr© cela il demande s'engager dans l'infanterie, mais atteint de dysenterie, il est r©form© en 1917. On peut lire Le feu comme une charge antimilitariste qui exalte la solidarit© entre les soldats mais d©nonce la guerre comme une horreur et une absurdit©. Happened Of 1917? L'ouvrage re§oit un accueil controvers© : d'un cґt© le texte s'inscrit en faux contre le patriotisme ambiant et est ce titre mal per§u l'arriЁre, mais de l'autre il suscite l'enthousiasme des soldats, qui y voient la premiЁre peinture r©aliste de la situation qu'ils vivent. Personal Value Examples? Barbusse est surnomm© le Zola des tranch©es pour ses tableaux trЁs sombres et d©taill©s de l'horreur guerriЁre. Le roman de Barbusse peut Єtre rattach© ce qu'on appelle la litt©rature imm©diate. Commodus? D'une part le texte s'inscrit d©lib©r©ment dans une logique contemporaine et r©aliste et d©crit pendant la guerre des conflits dont personne ne sait encore l'issue. Value Examples? D'autre part Barbusse d©veloppe une ©criture de l'instant et une focalisation trЁs subjective, qui permet au lecteur de suivre au plus prЁs le quotidien de soldats qui ne savent jamais de quoi l'instant est fait. †’ La suite de cette partie est disponible sur le document t©l©charger gratuitement. Le r©cit de Barbusse s'organise de fa§on circulaire : le dernier chapitre « L'aube » reprend le premier, « La vision », lors de la r©p©tition de la phrase : « deux arm©es qui se battent c'est comme une grande arm©e qui se suicide », et les deux chapitres font allusion un bouleversement semblable celui de la R©volution fran§aise. Mais les hommes jet©s dans la guerre apparaissent dans le premier et dans le dernier chapitre comme porteurs d'espoir.
Au sein de cette structure circulaire qui semble circonscrire la guerre comme une exp©rience radicale, le roman refuse le procЁs classique du r©cit et ©vite tout sch©ma narratif. Essay? Il se d©ploie plutґt comme une composition symphonique o№ s'entremЄlent des motifs r©currents. 3. Examples? La guerre, c'est- -dire nulle part. Le th©ўtre des op©rations, qui se situe dans la r©gion du Pas-de-Calais, fait r©f©rence au front ouest et la bataille de Carency du 9 mai 1945. Les cantonnements successifs Gauchin L'Abb©, Ablain-Saint-Nazaire, les deux chapitres consacr©s Souchez (Le Portique) et Argoval (chapitre 10) montrent des d©placements trЁs limit©s de l'escouade entre des communes limitrophes. And Hospitality? L'©pop©e du Feu, avec sa violence et ses souffrances, se d©ploie sur un espace trЁs ©troit : celui des collines de l'Artois entre Arras, Lens et B©thune : encore aujourd'hui, Carency est un arrondissement d'Arras et relЁve du canton de Vigny. Personal Value? Cette unit© spatiale de l'“uvre extrЄmement resserr©e accentue la dimension tragique du r©cit : les 24 chapitres avec leur poids de morts et d'horreur en tirent une densit© particuliЁre. Summer Holidays? Cette condensation de l'espace isole les soldats dans leur contexte et les montre englu©s dans une situation fig©e. Cet effet produit par la restriction de l'espace se trouve renforc© par le choix de l'achronie, lЂ™absence de temps. Barbusse refuse tout d©roulement chronologique, et se faisant il abolit le temps.
Les indices temporels qu'il fournit sont indicatifs de dur©e, dur©e de la guerre : « quinze mois, cinq cent jours, en ce lieu du monde o№ nous sommes, le bombardement et la fusillade ne se sont pas arrЄt©s du matin au soir et du soir au matin ». Quelques indications laissent entrevoir le d©roulement des saisons : beaut© de l'automne, annonce du printemps, la neige de l'hiver, etc. Examples? Mais les indications temporelles sont rares et floues : « il fait bleu fonc© », « il doit Єtre cinq heures du matin », et impr©cises. Amadeus Movie? Ce choix de l'achronie restitue le caractЁre chaotique du v©cu des soldats. 5. Value Examples? L'envers de la cr©ation du monde : le retour au chaos. †’ Cette partie est disponible sur le document t©l©charger gratuitement. Dans son atrocit©, la guerre bafoue toutes les valeurs. Inbreeding, By Itself, Evolution?? Biquet rassurait sa mЁre en disant qu'il n'©tait « plus, dans la tempЄte et le froid, qu'un peu de cendre mouill©e ». Personal Value Examples? La r©f©rence l'Apocalypse est rappel©e par des images saisissantes : la route tant de fois emprunt©e dans la nuit appara®t comme fantastique : « elle semble un passage maudit, sans couleur, ©corch©e et vieille, sinistre et grandiose. Holidays? » Les hommes se sentent engag©s dans un processus infernal. Personal? Le bombardement devient un bruit diabolique qui nous entoure, une tempЄte de battements rauques et sourds, de clameurs furibonds, de cris per§ants de bЄtes, il confronte les hommes un « cycle immense d'incendies qui paraissent et disparaissent, dans ce paysage de sabbat ». By Itself,? Un anonyme y voit la marque du diable et s'©crit : « on personal value, est maudits ». The Goal Of Product In Monopolistic Competition Is To? Au-dessus d'eux, la mort semble ricaner dans « cette d©bўcle d'ordures et de chairs o№ sont sem©es des profusions d'images religieuses ». †’ La suite de cette partie est disponible sur le document t©l©charger gratuitement. - le 11 Juillet 01h19.
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