Suppose you are a middle manager in a biotechnology research firm. the organization has undergonea dramatic transformation over the last few years. historically, employees had been managed using awide array of rules, regulations and procedures. offending employees were punished "after the fact"for their violations. today, employees are encouraged to make decisions and come up with innovativesolutions to problems they discover. most employees are much more satisfied under the new scenario; they like using their brains. however, you have one employee who is constantly disgruntled andchallenges "the new way" at every chance. for example, this employee believes that you should notbe his manager because you can't technically perform every job title that you manage. other than thisemployee, the group is much more cohesive and is committed not only to the overall success of theorganization but to its standards and reputation. which of the following types of control system did this organization most likely use in the past?
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using only the amounts given, compute net cash provided by operations, both without and with the reclassification of the receivables. which reporting makes moss look better? reclassifying the accounts payable to long-term receivables would essentially make the reporting look better. cash flow from operations would go up by $80,000 only because with the reclassification it will look as if the company collected the $80,000. however, the over-all effect will still leave cash flow with a zero-dollar balance and transfer the balance into long term receivables account. 2.under what condition would the reclassification of the receivables be ethical? unethical? the only way the reclassification of the receivables would be ethical is if the company were to make new agreements with the overseas companies that are
no. i'm pretty sure you have to be 18 or older because at 18 you're considered an adult so 16 is still technically a minor.