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وبلاگ اطلاع رسانی دانشگاه نراق

وبلاگ اطلاع رسانی دانشگاه نراق

homwork for next session 21/02/1390

White Collar

Day worker

Recession

Bear market

Bull market

Contingency plan

Empowerment

Exit strategy

Face time

Proactive strategy

Reactive strategy

Spin off

Streamline

Game theory

Win-win

Business to business

Business to consumer

Best practice

Productize

Jobber

Stop payment

Stale cheque

Bearer cheque

Stag

Brown goods

Dumping

Boomerang method

Cashier check

Shoe leather cost

Secret Sauce

Strike

Secondary strike

Glut

Glocalization

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homework for next session 28/02/1390

Ex-works

Commission

Opportunity cost

Gap analysis

Core competency

Marketing mix

Marketing myopia

Convertible bond

Option

Arbitrage

P/E ratio

Overdraft

Neglected firm effect

Supply chain

Stamped security

Maturity date

Over the counter

galloping inflation

January effect

Third party insurance

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ترجمه لغات جلسه 7 اردیبهشت 90

Moonlighting:

To work at another job, often at night, in addition to one's full-time job.

 

Monopsony:

A market situation in which the product or service of several sellers is bought by only one buyer.

 

Money order:

An order for the payment of a specified amount of money, usually issued and payable at a bank or post office.

 

Fiscal policy:

Government policy that attempts to influence the direction of the economy through changes in government spending or taxes.

 

Merit system:

Method for promoting employes based on their achievements.

 

Merger:

Result of the collaboration of two or more corporations into a single corporation.

 

MBA:

Master of Business Administration.

 

Market share:

Percentage of some market held by a company.

 

Lobby:

Attempt to convince public officials to favor a certain cause or take a certain action.

 

 

Loan:

A sum of money given from one party to another for use over a period of time.

 

 

 

 

 

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homework for next session 07/02/1390

Moonlighting

Monopsony

Money order

Fiscal policy

Merit system

Merger

MBA

Market share

Lobby

Loan

Liquidation

Letter of credit

Lay off

Job rotation

Invoice

Inventory

Internship

Interest

Insurance

In-service training

endorse

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لغات باقیمانده از جلسات قبل

Asset-stripping :

The process of buying an undervalued company (usually in financial difficulties) with the intent to sell off its assets for a profit.

 

Blind test:

A technique used in market research for obtaining the opinions of consumers on a product where all of the product’s identifying marks are removed.

 

Brainstorming:

This term refers to the free generation of ideas by the members of a group for the purpose of solving a specific problem.

 

 

Break-even point:

The point in an organization’s financial life at which expenses and revenue are equal.

 

 

Benchmarking:

Benchmarking is the process of comparing one's business processes and performance metrics to industry bests and/or best practices from other industries. Dimensions typically measured are quality, time, and cost.

 

Bureaucracy

A term that describes an organization that has

(a) a clearly defined hierarchy with top-down authorization management,

(b) highly specialized responsibilities, roles and tasks for its members,

(c) a heavy emphasis on rules and procedures.

 

 

buyer’s market:

A market situation in which buyers have more power to influence prices and conditions of sale than sellers, usually because supply exceeds demand.

 

 

Performa invoice:

An invoice sent in advance of shipment, usually to enable the buyer to obtain an import permit or foreign exchange permit, or both.

 

 

Budget:

Allocation of funds or the estimation of costs for a department, project, etc., over a specific period.

The management of spending and saving money.

 

Buyback:

The buying back of goods by the original seller, especially a form of borrowing in which shares are sold with an agreement to repurchase them later.

 

Asset:

Anything of value which is owned by an individual, company, organization, etc.

 

Lemon:

A defective product which is poor quality and fails to function as promised.

 

Guru:

An influential teacher or an expert in a particular subject who shares their knowledge, often by writing books.

 

Amortization:

The repayment of a loan by installments.

 

Directing:

Guiding and leading people.

 

Globalization:

The process by which businesses or other organizations start operating on a global scale.

 

Entrepreneur:

A person starting a new company who takes on the risks associated with starting a new and may require venture capital to cover startup costs.

 

Joint venture:

An agreement between two or more firms to undertake the same business

 

Just in time:

Denoting a manufacturing system in which materials are delivered immediately before use in order to minimize storage costs.

 

Command economy:

Economic system in which the means of production are publicly owned and economic activity is controlled by a central authority.

 

Operations research:

A method of mathematically based analysis for providing a quantitative basis for management decisions.

 

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زبان تخصصی 31 فروردین

Adhocracy:

An organizational system designed to be flexible and responsive to the needs of the moment rather than excessively bureaucratic.

 

Allocation:

 A system of dividing expenses and incomes among the various branches, departments of a business.

 

 

Portfolio:

In finance a portfolio is an appropriate mix or collection of investments held by an institution or an individual.

 

Gross domestic product :

A measure of economic production of a particular territory over a specific time period.

 

Productivity:

In economics, a measure of productive efficiency calculated as the ratio of what is produced to what is required to produce it.

 

Body language:

Non-verbal communication with other people by means of physical postures, movement or gestures that may be conscious or unconscious.

 

 

Certificate of origin:

A Certificate of Origin is a document used in international trade. It states from what country the shipped goods originate.

 

Outsourcing:

The transfer of a business function to an external service provider

 

 

Ltd company:

Limited company, commercial company whose assets are separate from the owners' assets.

 

 

Liquidity:

An asset's ability to be sold without causing a significant movement in the price and with minimum loss of value.

 

Matrix structure:

A structural design that assigns specialists from functional departments to work on one or more projects that are led by a project manager.

 

 

Mission statement:

A mission statement defines the organization’s purpose and primary objectives.

 

Conglomerate:

 A firm engaged in two or more unrelated businesses.

 

Buzzword:

A term that describes a current management fad or fashion, eg. TQM, RIGHTSIZING or the LEARNING ORGANIZATION.

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