an organizational chart depicting who will perform project work
a schedule depicting when project work will be performed
a tool that the team uses to progressively divide deliverables into smaller and smaller pieces
a list of activities to complete the project work packages
Work packages are the basis for subsequent project planning activities.
Work packages are the basis for subsequent project control activities.
Work packages are activity elements with detailed descriptions of tasks and dependencies
Work packages are the elements at the lowest level of the WBS.
They generally represent items that need to be created in order to produce the final deliverables.
They generally represent the raw materials required to create the final deliverables.
They generally represent the resource assignments to create the final deliverables.
They generally represent the sequence and timing of work packages
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Nike's Selected Financial Data page provides investors with a summary of the most important amounts in the financial statements. The Year Ended May 31 section provides amounts from the Consolidated Statements of Income. The At May 31 section reports amounts from the Consolidated Balance Sheets.
The Financial Ratios section reports five financial ratios for each of the five years. Nike's management must believe that these financial ratios provide investors with the best and quickest way of assessing the performance and financial stability of the corporation.
Use the Selected Financial Data of Appendix B to answer the following questions.
- What other financial ratios are presented in the Year Ended May 31 section?
Integrative: Multiple leverage measures and prediction Carolina Fastener, Inc., makes a patented marine bulkhead latch that wholesales for $6.00. Each latch has variable operating costs of$3.50. Fixed operating costs are $50,000 per year. The firm pays$13,000 interest and preferred dividends of $7,000 per year. At this point, the firm is selling 30,000 latches per year and is taxed at a rate of 40%.
c. Calculate the firm’s degree of operating leverage (DOL).