Which of the following is not a company objective

Which of the following is not a company objective

Subject: Business    / Management   

1.Which of the following is not a company objective? (Points : 1) Increase NIAT by 15%/yr
Increase the salesforce by 20% next year
Increase revenues by 20%/yr
Increase market share by 10% over the next five years
Maintain ROE at 15%/yr

Question 2.    2.Which of the following statements is not true about operational planning? (Points : 1)
It includes budget planning
It follows strategic planning
It involves the setting of policies
It must get buy-in at all levels of management
It includes detailed plans by organizational unit

Question 3.    3.When rating alternatives against each criterion, relative ratings are more important than absolute ratings. (Points : 1)

Question 4.    4.Which of the following is not a good reason to use the Criteria Matrix? (Points : 1)
It helps decide the “winning” alternative
It provides grist for arguments to sell the “winning” alternative
It allows opportunities to explore different criteria and ratings
It enables negatively and positively correlated criteria to be used together
It can be used to support an alternative you have favored from the outset

Question 5.    5.Ultimate responsibility for the strategic direction of the company rests with the CEO. (Points : 1)

Question 6.    6.In the strategic-planning process, the situation-analysis portion consists solely of sharing research done by various groups on each part of the situation analysis. (Points : 1)

Question 7.    7.Strategies without objectives, like objectives without strategies, cannot be properly evaluated. (Points : 1)

Question 8.    8.Companywide objectives set by the strategic-planning group are more likely to be achieved than those set just by the CEO. (Points : 1)

Question 9.    9.Triggers should be external and quantitative. (Points : 1)

Question 10.    10.Which of the following is not a criterion when choosing the best bundle? (Points : 1)
Shareholder value
Selling price of product
Revenue growth
Degree of risk

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