Prepare Statements of Cash flow as at the end of year 2, using the information from the balance sheet and income statements for years 1 and 2

Financial Scandal – Bernie Madoff
April 21, 2018
The warehouse manager thought a recent presentation on operations management was extremely valuable to the company. He now wants to shift the conversation to focus on his warehouse department. You told him a little about supply chain design and how it could improve inventory management.
April 21, 2018
  1.  Prepare Statements of Cash flow as at the end of year 2, using
    the information from the balance sheet and income statements
    for years 1 and 2
  2. Write a paragraph (analysis) on the liquidity of the business
    based on the Statements of Cash Flow and what this means to
    the stakeholders in the business. (35%)
  3.  Summarize the financial position and performance
    achievements for Year 2 and make recommendations to
    management for the next financial year. Your analysis should
    first consist of a thorough evaluation of net income, the sales
    mix percentage, divisional sales revenues, direct cost margins,
    gross profit, controllable operating expenses and gross operating profit …in that order. Appropriate ratios should be applied to support your arguments. (30%).
  4. Secondly, recommendations should be made in respect of extra services and facilites, advertising and marketing and staffing.(10%):
  5. OVERVIEW OF THE METROPOLITAN HOTEL,
    VANCOUVER
    Location
    The Metropolitan Hotel exudes chic West Coast ambience in
    Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Located 2 blocks from
    Robson Street shops, this hotel is 3 blocks from the theater district and seven blocks from historic Gastown. A Canada Line station a half-block away offers easy access to Vancouver International Airport. Grouse Mountain resort is approximately an hour away. Hotel Features
    Diva at the Met, the hotel’s elegant, award-winning dining venue,
    boasts a 600-entry wine list and contemporary Canadian cuisine infused with seasonal regional ingredients. Although the décor showcases marble and original art, the restaurant’s aura invites come-as-you-are comfort. Meeting rooms are available and the business center provides office services and a computer workstation with high-speed Internet access. The Metropolitan Hotel provides complimentary wireless Internet access in all public areas, including restaurants. A Feng Shui master designed this hotel with two Foo dogs that guard the hotel’s entrance, one that symbolically protects the structure and the other that protects all who dwell within the property. An atrium pool with a spa and lounge chairs captures Vancouver’s lingering afternoon light. A poolside fitness center contains free weights, weight machines,
    cardiovascular equipment and a sauna. This is a smoke-free hotel.

Guestrooms
The Metropolitan Hotel features 150 guestrooms and suites offered
in a variety of configurations. Accommodations provide
contemporary solid-oak furniture. Floor-to-ceiling marble-clad
bathrooms contain separate showers and tubs. Select suites feature
winding staircases and balconies with panoramic views.
Complimentary wired and wireless high-speed Internet access is
available. Rollaway beds are available (surcharge).
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
• Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel
policy. Government-issued photo identification and a credit card
or cash deposit are required at check-in for incidental charges.
• Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and
may incur additional charges. Special requests cannot be
guaranteed.
• The name on the credit card used at check-in to pay for
incidentals must be the primary name on the guestroom
reservation.
• Pets allowed
• Minimum check-in age is: 19
• Check-out time is: noon
• Check-in time starts at: 3 PM
• Parking height restrictions apply
• MasterCard, Visa, American Express
• Diners Club
• Reservations are required for massage services and spa
treatments. Reservations can be made by contacting the hotel
prior to arrival, using the contact information on the booking
confirmation.
• A resort fee is included in the total price displayed.
• This property allows pets in specific rooms only. Guests can
request one of these rooms by contacting the property directly,
using the contact information on the booking confirmation.

AMENITIES
• Rooms (all rooms include)
• Clock radio
• Cribs/infant beds available
• Desk
• Electronic/magnetic keys
• Electronic check-out
• In-room safe
• Iron/ironing board
• Rollaway/extra beds available
• Speakerphone
• Trouser press
• Air conditioning
• Bathrobes
• Bathroom phone
• Cable TV service
• CD player
• City view
• Climate control
• Coffee/tea maker
• Complimentary weekday newspaper
• Daily housekeeping
• Designer toiletries
• Extra towels/bedding in room
• Free local calls
• Free Wi-Fi
• Free wired high-speed Internet
• Hair dryer
• Hypo-allergenic bedding available
• In-room massage available
• IPod docking station
• Minibar
• Multi-line phone
• Pay movies
• Phone
• Premium bedding
• Premium TV channels
• Private bathroom
• Separate bathtub and shower
• Sewing kit
• Turndown service (on request)
• TV Internet access (surcharge)
• Voice mail
• Wake-up calls
• Window opens

DINING
Diva at the Metropolitan – Overlooking the city, this fine-dining
restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, and brunch. Guests can
enjoy drinks at the bar.

GROUP WORK
Some of your assessed work here may involve your working with a
small group of your fellow students. Working as a group is a good
way of learning about a number of things. It is often a challenging
and sometimes frustrating experience. Apart from learning about
the subject your group is researching, you will also learn
something about the way groups operate.
Here are some pointers to getting the most out of your group work:
• Approach your task positively and try to seek co-operation and
consensus among group members.
• It may be helpful to appoint a formal group leader or
coordinator whose job it would be to stimulate discussion and
generally organize what is going on.
• You probably want to assign various tasks/responsibilities to
individual group members.
• Set your group deadlines by which tasks should be completed.
Stick to the deadlines.
• Always be clear about what each group member is to achieve
before your next meeting as a group.
• Set a clear time, date and place for your next meeting.
• If someone does not seem to be making a full contribution to the
group’s tasks, discuss it in the group. The person may be
finding it difficult to get information, or they may lack
confidence about working in a group. By open discussion, such
matters usually get resolved.
• You should enjoy your group work. Always try to attend group
meetings and contribute freely and honestly.

 

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