MNGT 475 Sim Quiz 2

based on industry low, avg., & high values for benchmarked data in FIR, which is unconvincing indication that 1+ elements of your company's cost are too high relative to rivals

your co's operating profits per pair sold in all 4 geographic regions of the wholesale segment for branded footwear are below the industry-high values

effective ways to boost co's stock price

strive to increase EPS each year, raise co's div. (by > $.05) each year, & repurchase shares of stock

not a way to effectively dif. a co's branded footwear from rivals

achieve a lower reject rate on pairs produced

which statement is true about striving to reduce labor costs/pair produced at each of the company's plants

all companies, regardless of the strategy being employed, should pursue actions to mng empt. compensation and labor productivity in a manner that results in labor costs/pair produced = to or close to the industry low in each region where the co. has plants

when should you bid aggressively to win contracts to supply private label footwear

when the co. has excess prod. capacity in 1+ region that would otherwise be idle

which is not included as part of co's prod. costs for private label footwear

a proportionate share of marketing expenses in those regions where private label pairs are sold

if a co. adds new plant capacity at a cost of $30M, it's annual depr. costs rise by

5% or $1.5M

most attractive way to reduce impact of tariffs on pairs improted to LA is

build plant in LA and expand its capacity as needed so it can supply most of pairs sold in LA

the plant and prod. benchmarking data on pg. 6 of FIR

provide mngrs with solid evidence regarding the degree to which various costs at the co's plants are competitive w/ the costs at the plants rival companies

a co. has 10M shares of stock outstanding and (inc. statement), what are op. profit margin and EPS?

25.7% and $4.34

given balance sheet, what is debt to asset ratio

.436

the industry low, avg, and high cost benchmarcks

are worth careful scrutiny by mngrs of all cos b/c help determine degree co's costs are competitive

given inc. statement, which is false

int. exp. are 2.7% of net rev.

if co. wants to offer 500 models/styles it should

institute plant upgrade option B (at cost of $8M/ million pairs of plant capacity)

not a way to improve s/q rating

increase # of models/styles

given inc. statement, what is co's int. coverage ratio

3.2

benefits of pursuing social resp. and corp. citizenship

+ impact it can have on co's image rating if spend meaninful amt over a multi-yr period

in private label footwear, the sizes of a co's margins over direct costs (on pg. 6 of FIR) should be viewed as

how many $ the co earned from each pair of PL footwear that can a)help pay co's admin. and int. exp. and b)boost co's pretax profits

not an attractive option for trying to lower prod. costs/pair produced at one of plants

increased spending for enhanced styling and features

most important results to review to guide strategic moves and improve co's competitiveness and rank in next year are

Mrkt snapshot data in top half of CIR that shows each co's compet. efforts in each region

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based on industry low, avg., & high values for benchmarked data in FIR, which is unconvincing indication that 1+ elements of your company’s cost are too high relative to rivals

your co’s operating profits per pair sold in all 4 geographic regions of the wholesale segment for branded footwear are below the industry-high values

effective ways to boost co’s stock price

strive to increase EPS each year, raise co’s div. (by > $.05) each year, & repurchase shares of stock

not a way to effectively dif. a co’s branded footwear from rivals

achieve a lower reject rate on pairs produced

which statement is true about striving to reduce labor costs/pair produced at each of the company’s plants

all companies, regardless of the strategy being employed, should pursue actions to mng empt. compensation and labor productivity in a manner that results in labor costs/pair produced = to or close to the industry low in each region where the co. has plants

when should you bid aggressively to win contracts to supply private label footwear

when the co. has excess prod. capacity in 1+ region that would otherwise be idle

which is not included as part of co’s prod. costs for private label footwear

a proportionate share of marketing expenses in those regions where private label pairs are sold

if a co. adds new plant capacity at a cost of $30M, it’s annual depr. costs rise by

5% or $1.5M

most attractive way to reduce impact of tariffs on pairs improted to LA is

build plant in LA and expand its capacity as needed so it can supply most of pairs sold in LA

the plant and prod. benchmarking data on pg. 6 of FIR

provide mngrs with solid evidence regarding the degree to which various costs at the co’s plants are competitive w/ the costs at the plants rival companies

a co. has 10M shares of stock outstanding and (inc. statement), what are op. profit margin and EPS?

25.7% and $4.34

given balance sheet, what is debt to asset ratio

.436

the industry low, avg, and high cost benchmarcks

are worth careful scrutiny by mngrs of all cos b/c help determine degree co’s costs are competitive

given inc. statement, which is false

int. exp. are 2.7% of net rev.

if co. wants to offer 500 models/styles it should

institute plant upgrade option B (at cost of $8M/ million pairs of plant capacity)

not a way to improve s/q rating

increase # of models/styles

given inc. statement, what is co’s int. coverage ratio

3.2

benefits of pursuing social resp. and corp. citizenship

+ impact it can have on co’s image rating if spend meaninful amt over a multi-yr period

in private label footwear, the sizes of a co’s margins over direct costs (on pg. 6 of FIR) should be viewed as

how many $ the co earned from each pair of PL footwear that can a)help pay co’s admin. and int. exp. and b)boost co’s pretax profits

not an attractive option for trying to lower prod. costs/pair produced at one of plants

increased spending for enhanced styling and features

most important results to review to guide strategic moves and improve co’s competitiveness and rank in next year are

Mrkt snapshot data in top half of CIR that shows each co’s compet. efforts in each region

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