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  1. I' statements are a means of expressing feelings and informing people about how their actions are seen and how they affect you. ‘I feel... when...' is one of the most efficient ways to begin forceful comments. For instance, the message may say, "I get upset when you don't let me know you're going toRead more

    I’ statements are a means of expressing feelings and informing people about how their actions are seen and how they affect you. ‘I feel… when…’ is one of the most efficient ways to begin forceful comments.

    For instance, the message may say, “I get upset when you don’t let me know you’re going to be late.” With an ‘I’ message, people may communicate their needs and desires. It demonstrates their personal engagement as well as a desire to express their emotions. It also allows children to take responsibility for their own reactions.

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  1. Previously, three marketing strategies were used: Production orientation: A company that focuses on production specializes in producing the majority of the services and goods it offers without regard for quality. Product orientation: A company that focuses on product orientation is primarily concernRead more

    Previously, three marketing strategies were used:

    • Production orientation: A company that focuses on production specializes in producing the majority of the services and goods it offers without regard for quality.
    • Product orientation: A company that focuses on product orientation is primarily concerned with product quality.
    • Selling orientation: A sales orientation organization focuses primarily on selling or marketing a certain product, rather than identifying new customer demands.
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  1. Production volume variance is a statistic used by organizations to compare the cost of manufacturing items to the budgeted expectations. It compares the actual overhead costs per unit to the predicted or budgeted overhead expenses per item. It shows the difference between :  The company's budgeted aRead more

    Production volume variance is a statistic used by organizations to compare the cost of manufacturing items to the budgeted expectations. It compares the actual overhead costs per unit to the predicted or budgeted overhead expenses per item.
    It shows the difference between :

    1.  The company’s budgeted amount of fixed manufacturing overhead costs.
    2. The amount of the fixed manufacturing overhead costs that were assigned to (or absorbed by) the company’s production output.
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