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Introduction to Business Analysis
Ruth E. Tirado
University of Phoenix
June 13,2011
Instructor: Steve Lopez

Introduction to Business Analysis
The perfect situation of a company will be when the organizational values align with thepersonal values. Unfortunately, it is not always like that, situations in which personal values are different to the organizational values sometimes are show in organizations. Misalignments betweenpersonal and organizational values are often present in some production companies. A company focused in the quantity putting the quality of the product in second place, and the manager in the qualityputting the quantity in a second place or vice-versa. When a manager believes education is important for the company’s growth and development but the company does not see it like this is another exampleof personal and organizational values misalignment. The vision and mission statement states the fundamentals and goals of the companies, understanding those will help the manager to obtain theorganizational and personal values aligned. A manager will always keep the integrity and commitment to do the right thing. Most of the companies involved ethics in their mission statement. “Personal andmoral integrity is one of our basic fundamentals and it has to start with each of us” (Walton). Honesty, trust, and integrity are the most important values of a company, is why many companies includethem in the mission statement, and focus in those values.
Entrepreneurs are people who invest time, energy, and money to start a business with the knowledge of the pros and cons of it(Nickels, McHugh, McHugh, 2010). Entrepreneurship like everything has advantages and disadvantages. Entrepreneurs are running the show, they have increase income, has the excitement of be their...
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