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A Systematic Approach to Corporate Planning
The fundamental purpose of this dissertation is to determine the extent to which many of the corporations within the United States are implementing formalized planning processes. The conditions surrounding the corporation have caused the movement toward a more systematic approach to corporate planning since there appears to be no better substitute for a formalized planning process to help assure the survival and growth of the firm. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc164323/
The Extent of Obsolescence of Selected Canadian Business Managers
The study's main purpose is to explore the problem of managerial obsolescence in Canada. The purpose is accomplished through establishing the importance of management techniques and concepts and through determining the managerial level of the understanding of these techniques and concepts. On the basis of the importance and understanding of management techniques and concepts, the study aims to develop an approach which would provide an approximation of the extent of management obsolescence. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc164442/
The Valuation of Conglomerate Companies
This dissertation investigates the sources of growth which are available to conglomerate companies and draws some limited conclusions with regard to which are the major sources. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc164316/
Employee Satisfaction and Performance in Managerial and Non-Managerial Levels of a State Institution for the Mentally Retarded
The present sbudy is an effort to seek information from a type of organization rarely studied along the lines of employee satisfaction's correlation to job performance—a state institution for the mentally retarded—which will shed significant light on the dynamics of this question. It is unique in that it focuses closely on the specific job duties of both managerial and non-managerial employees as a basis for understanding the relationship between employee satisfaction and performance. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc164330/
An Analysis of Bargaining Unit Determinations at Three Government Installations
It was the purpose of this thesis (1) to examine and analyze criteria to be considered in appropriate unit determination; (2) to observe and analyze the unit determination experience, under Executive Order 10988, of three Government installations in the Supply and Maintenance Command, Department of the Army; and (3) to draw inferences, conclusions, and recommendations from the unit determination experience of these three installations. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc130745/
A Survey of the Qualifications, Duties, and Problems of the Business Manager in the Public School Business Office
The problem of this study is to survey the business manager system in public schools in accordance with the accepted standards and common practices regarding the preparation necessary for a person interested in becoming a business manager. Specifically, forty-six of the average school districts in Texas are evaluated by means of data received in a questionnaire in order to determine the requirements these schools set up for a business manager. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc130375/
A Cross-Racial Study of Small Business Managers
The objective of this study is to define differences and similarities in certain aspects of education, experience, and business practices of White, Black, and Latin American small businessmen, and approximately fifty questions relating to their operations were asked. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc277714/
A Selective Reference List in Business Education for the Senior High School Library
The purpose of this study is to determine the types of books and periodicals in the field of business education which should be included in the library of the average senior high school, and to compile a selective list of the best publications as a standard reference list for the use of the high school commercial teacher. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc75542/
Significant Changes in Selected Financial and Operating Ratios of Twenty Leading Corporations for the Years 1940, 1944, 1946, and 1947
An effort to determine how the ratios of leading corporations changed during World War II and in the two peace-time years following. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc75698/
American Export Trade with Mexico
The purpose of the study is to make a survey and analysis of the export trade of the United States with Mexico. Attention is given to the kinds and types of goods exported to Mexico and imported from it, to the value of the trade, to some ways of carrying it on, and to aspects of Mexican life that influence trade relations. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc75672/
An Analysis of the Philosophy and Trends of the High School Commercial Curriculum
This study is designed to set forth the philosophy and indicate trends in the teaching of commercial education in the high schools of the United States. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc75688/
A Study of Curricular Offerings in Business in the Colleges of Arkansas for the Period from 1936 to 1946
The problem which forms the basis of this study is one involving an investigation of the curricular offerings in the field of business in the liberal-arts colleges of Arkansas. The purpose of the investigation is to compare the growth of business offerings during the eleven years from 1936 to 1946. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc75642/
Requirements for Business Degrees in Texas' Largest Colleges and Universities
In this study an effort is made to review comprehensively the requirements for business administration degrees in the larger colleges and universities in Texas. The development and adaptation of uniform requirements in any field of study are necessarily slow processes and subject to frequent revision. Especially is this true in the field of business education. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc75641/
Curricular Offerings in Business Education in the Junior Colleges of Texas
The primary aim is to discover the number and nature of curricular offerings in the field of business education in the junior colleges of Texas. A secondary purpose is to study the growth and development of business education in the schools and colleges of the United States from the earliest days to the present period. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc53507/
A Comparison of Student and Teacher Objectives at Brantley-Draughon College, Fort Worth, Texas
This study involves three things: first, a comparison of the general objectives of students and teachers; second, a comparison of jobs wanted by students with jobs for which the teachers think they are training their students; and third, a comparison of student and teacher objectives in the individual subjects. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc53655/
PERT as a Management Tool
The purpose of this study is to examine the three scheduling systems available today as a management tool. The first two systems--Milestone Reporting and Line-of-Balance--are essentially Gantt charts which do not appear to meet the requirements for management control of scheduling. An investigation of PERT is made to see if it will provide additional controls necessary for proper scheduling. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc108145/
Status of Certain Aspects of Accounting Education in Oklahoma Colleges in 1957-1958
The main problem of this investigation is to study certain aspects of accounting education in the senior and junior colleges of Oklahoma during the school year 1957-1958 for the purpose of making proposals for its advancement. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc108108/
A Survey to Determine the Relationshiops of Certain Factors to Success in Elementary College Accounting at North Texas State College
In this study an effort is made to determine how certain factors are related to success in elementary college accounting at North Texas State College. The factors which are considered are: grades made in high school bookkeeping, size of high school attended, sex, age, military service, marital status, intelligence, college classification of the student, and high school bookkeeping credit earned by the student. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc83514/
An Analysis of Commercial Courses Offered in District Eight by Thirty-One Texas Public High Schools, Members of the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools
The purpose of the study is to show the similarity and dissimilarity of the business curricula in the thirty-one Texas public high schools of District Eight, members of the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc83360/
Accounting Releases of the United States Securities and Exchange Commision
The purpose of this study is to examine the technical accounting statements of the Securities and Exchange Commission to determine the extent of agreement between them and the opinions of the leading authorities in the field of accounting and the extent to which the advanced accounting students at North Texas State Teachers College have mastered the principles expressed in the statements. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc83398/
A Comparison of Methods in Teaching Gregg Shorthand
The purpose of this problem is to make a comparative study of methods in teaching Gregg shorthand. The problem is to compare the methods of approach, procedures, and techniques used, and to determine what has been accomplished in the way of experiments which have been performed by the different writers. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc83508/
Wholesale Quarterly Prices of Fifty Leading Commodities Adjusted to the Purchasing Power of the 1926 Dollar and Charted as a Ratio of all Commodity Prices for the Period 1940 through 1949
It is a broad function of this thesis to provide the commodity world with a new and valuable informational tool. This thesis shows quarterly prices for a ten year period 1940 through 1949, on fifty major commodities, giving in each case the actual cash price and the cash price adjusted to the purchasing power of the 1926 dollar. This adjusted price is a statistically derived relative price and for the purposes of this study is called a constant dollar value. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc83712/
A Proposed Curriculum at North Texas State College School of Business for Training Business Managers for the Public Schools of Texas
It is the purpose of this study to determine what training is needed to qualify an individual for the position of school business manager. This study is made to show what duties are performed by business managers in the public schools of Texas and what training in college will be needed to qualify a college graduate for the position of school business manager. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc83702/
A Study of How Business Education Conferences Can Promote Better Business Education in the State of Texas
This is a study of business education conferences in Texas made in an effort to improve business training in Texas secondary schools. Many young people leave high school intending to enter the business world. Business is ready to accept those who are competent. The educational preparation of students, however, is often insufficient to permit their seizing the opportunities offered to them. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc83772/
Follow-up of Business Graduates of Gainesville High School, Gainesville, Texas
This study was made to determine the efficiency of the Business Education Department of the Gainesville High School, in so far as the effect upon the future of the students is concerned. An attempt was made to determine the effectiveness of training given the business students of this school in meeting the demands of the business world in which many of them are now employed and to discover which, if any, of the courses need to be enriched and emphasized. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc83751/
An Evaluation of the Business Department of the Pilot Point High School to Study its Adequacy for Meeting Student and Community Needs
In order to teach the desirable business courses in the Pilot Point High School, it is necessary to discover what courses would be most practical for the students and also the training that business firms require of their employees. The future can be based upon the present and the past. This study attempts to determine the future needs by probing into the present and the past. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc96985/
A General Survey of Work Experience and a Consideration of the Role of the Texas Public High School Business Teacher in the Work Experience Program
This thesis makes a general survey of work experience and considers specifically the role of the Texas public high school teacher in the work experience program. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc83759/
The Role of the State Supervisor in Business Education
This study is designed to present information on the supervision of business education as revealed through research and personal observations. Included in this study of state supervision of business education are such phases as proposed qualifications and duties of a state supervisor of business education, a brief study of supervisory programs now in effect in other states, the need for a state supervisor in Texas, and a proposed program for supervision of business education in Texas. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc97022/
A Comparative Analysis of the Business Administration Offerings with Special Emphasis upon Marketing in Thirty-two Senior Colleges of Texas with Similar Offerings at North Texas State College, 1954-1955
In this study, a comparative analysis was made of the marketing courses offered in thirty-two senior colleges of Texas including the marketing courses offered at North Texas State College. An analysis was also made to determine what courses in business administration are being offered in the senior colleges in Texas. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc107929/
A Comparison of Selected Factors in Undergraduate Programs in Business Teacher Education in Texas with Criteria Recommended for Business Teacher Education, 1956
The purpose of this study was to compare selected factors in undergraduate programs in business teacher education in Texas with criteria recommended for business teacher education. The factors selected were: (1) the business teacher education curriculum, (2) professional laboratory experiences of prospective business teachers, and (3) educational preparation, experience, and professional activities of the business education college faculty. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc107913/
Growth Based on Corporate Profits for Selected Periods, 1925-1954
This study is one of five such studies dealing with the general subject of growth which have been undertaken recently in the School of Business of North Texas State College. This study is the third in the series and is concerned, as were the previous studies, with the general subject of growth. However, this third study is concerned with the compound annual rates of growth, during definite economic epochs, of net profit after taxes for more than 150 prominent corporations. The problem involved in this study is threefold: (1) to determine what constitutes growth, (2) to determine which corporations are growing, and (3) to determine as nearly as possible the growth characteristics of the corporations employed. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc107902/
Seasonal Market Trends for Feeder and Stocker and for Slaughter Steers for the Years 1940 through 1948
Standing on the threshold of a new decade, Texas agriculture is faced with three major problems. The first of these problems is the imperative need for a sound soil and water conservation program. Texas has been struggling with this problem for fifty years and has made some progress toward its solution. During the war, however, it was an all-out production of food regardless of cost, either in terms of dollars or resources. As a result, the conservation problem is more acute today than ever before. The second problem is that farm production is out of balance. Lucrative prices for oil and grain crops, plus the increasing shortage of farm labor, turned thousands of farmers from the more stable diversified farm program which had been built up during the '30s. Now, they are again faced with quotas and acreage allotments. This calls for necessarily early and probably extensive readjustment of the entire agricultural production program. The third major change in the agricultural picture is the rapid industrialization of Texas during and since the war. This increase in urban population in this state means an increased market right at the farmer's door for more livestock, dairy, poultry, fruit, and vegetable production. Fortunately, the solution of these three problems is found in one answer. Pasture grass, forage crops, and legumes provide the best means of soil and water conservation and soil building. Inclusion of these crops in a diversified and balanced cropping program will solve the problem of marketing quotas and acreage allotments. Marketing through livestock will provide the abundance of these foods which is needed to meet the growing demands of Texas markets. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc699745/
An Occupational Follow-Up of Male Graduates of Denton High School, 1936-1940
"The first part of the study is devoted to a comparison of those graduates who stay in Denton with those who move away. The marital status of each group, where they live, and why they chose the cities in which they live are shown in this section. A study is made to determine if those graduates who have moved away choose cities larger or smaller than Denton. The second aspect of the problem is developed by making a comparison of the quality of work done in high school and amount of education of the two groups. To make this comparison, a study is made of the quartile rank in high school ; the number that attended college in each group; the schools they attended; and the number that graduated from college. The third part of the problem is a comparison of the degree of success attained by each group. the occupations of the graduates, the number who have their own businesses, the financial success of each group, and the relationship of education to financial success attained are shown. The fourth division of the problem is the presentation of suggestions given by the graduates for improving job opportunities in Denton. It is hoped that this study will show whether or not Denton is losing its potentially more valuable citizens to other communities."-- leaf 2. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc699416/
Prediction of Bankruptcy Using Financial Ratios, Information Measures, National Economic Data and Texas Economic Data
The main purpose of this study is to develop a bankruptcy prediction model for the small business firm. Data was collected from the Dallas Small Business Administration (SBA), making this study specific to its decision makers. Existing research has produced models which predominately use financial ratios and information measures either independently or combined, and a few research models have used economic trends. This study varies from past studies in that it includes regional economic variables from the states of Texas. A sample of three-year data for 138 firms included fifteen bankrupt firms. This proportion of bankrupt/nonbankrupt firms approximates the proportion of repayed/defaulted loans in the SBA. Stepwise regression, set at the .15 level of significance, reduced a total of fifty-three variables to nine. These nine variables were then used to test twelve predictive models. All twelve models tested improved the SBA repayment rate and only two of the twelve would have caused the SBA to deny loans to applicants who eventually repaid. The study determined the model that included financial ratios, information measures, and Texas economic variables as best. It was also demonstrated that some of the variables used in this model could be eliminated without decreasing the predictive power of the model. The best of twelve models improved the SBA default rate by 40 percent without denying a loan to any applicant that eventually repaid. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc331133/
An Evaluation of the Efforts of Denton Apparel Stores in Securing Student Trade
"The purpose of this study is to determine the extent to which Denton apparel stores have succeeded in securing student trade, and from the findings, draw some conclusions concerning improvement of relations with students which would maximize the amount of student trade obtained by these stores... according to the findings, the Denton apparel stores as a whole do not seem to be achieving their maximum potential in securing student trade...It seems that most of the stores could substantially increase the amount of trade secured by expanding their advertising and sales promotion plans, by handling line of merchandise which are most appealing to the students, and by adjusting their price lines to the ranges in which students normally buy. "-- leaves 1,63. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc699719/
A Comparison of Insurace Curricula of Accredited Colleges and Universities in Texas with the Curricula Recommended by 100 Selected Insurance Companies Operating in the State of Texas
This study was undertaken to determine whether the curricula of the colleges and universities are meeting the needs of the growing insurance industry. This study will determine, first, whether the insurance curricula of the accredited four-year colleges and universities in the state of Texas fulfill the needs of the insurance industry as reported by 100 selected insurance companies operating in the state of Texas. Second, this study will compare the insurance program at North Texas State College with the programs of other accredited colleges and universities in Texas. Third, from the foregoing analysis this study will attempt to determine whether the insurance program at North Texas State College could be improved. As a final consideration, this study will determine whether the insurance companies desire colleges and universities to offer special short courses for their insurance personnel. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc107967/
The Advancement of the Negro within Business and Professional Enterprise in Texas Since 1900
"This research study shall be the advancement of the Negro within business and professional enterprises in Texas since 1900. The objective is to discover if and where the colored people have made progress. If progress has been made, it must be due to some prevailing influence, and if no progress has been made, there has evidently been some hindering cause. This research shall try to discover these factors and record the results as they affected the progress of these people. It is the intention of this writer to race the educational, economic, and social advancement of these people and to show in what fields of endeavor they have advanced and in which fields they have failed. This advancement shall be traced from the year 1900 to the year 1950, showing the progress in ten year intervals."-- leaf 1. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc663587/
Texas Energy Banks: Problems and Prospects
The forces that shaped banking practices in the late 1970s and which fostered attempts by the banks to rapidly expand their markets are examined. Why, and to what extent, the Texas energy banks committed themselves to the oil industry in those years, as well as the effects of the oil industry's four-and-one-half year decline on the banks' financial strength is detailed. How banks structured loans to various energy borrowers and why these borrowers lost their ability to service their debts is analyzed. The changes that the Texas banks' painfully learned lessons will bring about in energy and other specialized lending is considered. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc331034/
The Relationship Between Dogmatism and Neuroticism in Supervisors of Sheltered Workshops and Changes in the Self-Concept of Handicapped Employees
The problem with which this investigation is concerned is whether or not dogmatism and neuroticism in supervisors of sheltered workshops is related to changes in the self-concept of handicapped employees. The measurements of dogmatism and neuroticism were accomplished through the use of Rokeach's Dogmatism Scale, (form E) and Winne's Neuroticism Scale. Pitt's Tennessee Self Concept Scale was used to measure the self-concept of the handicapped employees. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc164502/
The Relationship between Identifiable Attributes and Decision-Making Ability of Purchasing Personnel as Measured by the Results of a Management Game
This study investigated the relationship between certain biographical and personality characteristics and decision-making ability of purchasing personnel as measured by the results achieved in a complex management game. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc164597/