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ACC 561 Course Case: Research and Application 9-24
Bobby Williams
Professor William Blix
Strayer University
March 11, 2011

Table of Content

Abstract…………………….…………….………………………………………………… 3
P&G Strategy ……...……………………………………………………….……………… 4
P&G and Federated Department quarterly sales trends. …………………..….…….……… 5
P&G’s business scope ………………………...………………………………...….………. 5
P&Gs sales and expenses uncertainties forecast. ……………………………………...…. 5/6
How an Enterprise System helps a globally dispersed company………….………...….….. 6
Gillette different cultural norms…how could differences in two organizations’ budgeting practices be responsible for these types of divergent cultural norms? …….……...………. 6
Conclusion.
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For example when P&G make any forward-looking statements it is based on expectations and not necessary on any facts. As for the ability to achieve business plans efforts, P&G can put their best foot forward with this plan, but they are a consumer products company and rely on repeat demands for their brands and products. With the cost pressures P&G has no control over the price of things fluctuating, such as cost of labor, interest rates, or the cost of trade fees. While the global economic conditions being an uncertainty because economic changes, political unrest or terrorist activity cause result in business interruption, inflation or the decrease in the demand for their products; and lastly the regulatory environment, which would be changes in laws, regulations, etc, could alter the way in which P&G would have to do business, market their products or brands and at what cost. (P&G, et al)
How an Enterprise System helps a globally dispersed company The Enterprise System as described in Chapter 1 could help P&G improve business data communication across the board, by centralizing the data into a singe software system, which would enable all employee access to a common set of data. When additional data is added to the database or changed, the new information would be available to everyone across the organization. (Brewer et al, 2010)
Gillette different cultural norms…how could differences in two organizations’ budgeting practices be responsible for these types of

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