About This Chapter
CEOE Marketing: Business Structures & Organization - Chapter Summary
The videos in this chapter are designed to help you prepare for questions the advantages and disadvantages of different business structures on the CEOE Marketing exam. The short lessons contain examples and definitions of:
- Sole proprietorship
- Business mission plans
- Business organizational structures
This chapter includes a variety of videos taught by experienced instructors who use illustrations and examples to teach marketing concepts. Multiple-choice quizzes and video transcripts are also available to help reinforce the ideas presented in the videos. You can also use the end-of-chapter test to check your understanding and determine if there are any areas that need a second look.
CEOE Marketing: Business Structures & Organization Objectives
Prospective teachers seeking certification to teach marketing in Oklahoma must pass the CEOE Marketing Education exam. The test covers topics such as general marketing, sales, economics, merchandising and promotions. Questions on business structures can be found within the economic, business and entrepreneurship content area. To prepare for these questions, you should use this chapter to familiarize yourself with the types, advantages and disadvantages of business ownerships. The CEOE Marketing exam is a computer-based test that is made up of 100 multiple-choice questions and must be completed within four hours.
1. What Is Sole Proprietorship: Definition, Advantages & Disadvantages
Most businesses are sole proprietorships. This is the easiest and most straightforward type of business to form. Sole proprietorships are owned and run by only one person. This lesson explains sole proprietorships.
2. The Basics of Partnerships: Types & Examples
Partnerships are a common way to organize a business in the United States. In this lesson, you'll learn about different types of business partnerships and their respective advantages and disadvantages. A short quiz follows the lesson.
3. What Is a Limited Liability Partnership? - Definition, Advantages & Disadvantages
Many businesses are formed as partnerships. There are actually several different types of partnerships, including limited liability partnerships. This lesson explains the advantages and disadvantages of limited liability partnerships.
4. Corporations: Types, Advantages, Disadvantages & Examples
Corporations are a popular form of business organization for large and small businesses. In this lesson, you'll learn about the advantages and disadvantages of a corporation. You'll also learn about S-corporations and C-corporations.
5. Business Plans: How to Develop a Business Mission Statement
Companies must develop an effective business mission statement in order to have an effective foundation for their marketing plan. This lesson explains what a mission statement is and the characteristics of a good business mission statement.
6. Mechanistic & Organic Organizational Business Structures
Different organizations require different structures. This lesson describes the differences between mechanistic and organic organizational structures by looking at the specifics of organizations.
7. What is an Entrepreneur? - Definition, Characteristics & Examples
Entrepreneurship is an important engine of growth in the economy. In this lesson, you'll learn about what an entrepreneur is and the key characteristics and skills that a successful entrepreneur possesses. Some examples of entrepreneurs will also be given.
8. Franchises: Opportunities and Challenges
Franchises offer a way for a person to start a proven business. In this lesson, you'll learn about franchises, including their advantages and disadvantages. You'll also learn about diversity and global challenges in franchising.
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