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Define and discuss brainstorming, brainwriting and synectics. Provide examples of each.
Weegy: Brainstorming is a group or individual creativity technique by which efforts are made to find a conclusion for a specific problem by gathering a list of ideas spontaneously contributed by its member(s). [ The term was popularized by Alex Faickney Osborn in the 1953 book Applied Imagination. Osborn claimed that brainstorming was more effective than individuals working alone in generating ideas, although more recent research has questioned this conclusion. BrainWriting is a technique similar to Brainstorming and Trigger Sessions. There are many varieties, but the general process is that all ideas are recorded by the individual who thought of them. They are then passed on to the next person who uses them as a trigger for their own ideas. Synectics is a problem solving methodology that stimulates thought processes of which the subject may be unaware. This method was developed by George M. Prince (April 5, 1918 - June 9, 2009)[1] and William J.J. Gordon, originating in the Arthur D. Little Invention Design Unit in the 1950s. They set up Synectics Inc. (now Synecticsworld) in 1960 and the methodology has evolved substantially in the ensuing 50 years. ] (More)
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What are reversing entries and why are they required?
Weegy: The process of reversing entries will back out certain accrual entries from the previous period. The company records the original entry in one period and reverses it the next period. [ The accrual entries that need reversing consist of those entries that affect automated processes, such as payroll or invoicing. ] (More)
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What are reversing entries and why are they required? 2. What would happen if reversing entries were not made?
Weegy: The accountant starts the reversing entry by reviewing the original entry from the previous month. She identifies each account used and the dollar amount recorded for those accounts. She then writes up the reversing entry. [ She lists each account from the original entry. Then she lists the opposite dollar amount from the original entry. After recording each account and the amount, she records the entry in the company's accounting system. ............. ] (More)
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What would happen if reversing entries were not made?
Weegy: Reversing entries can increase the chance for human error. If the accountant or bookkeeper fails to make the appropriate reversing entry or fails to recognize that an adjusting entry was made, than the account these entries affect will be misstated. [ Often companies have more than one accountant, so it is not always easy to remember where changes have occurred. For example, in the above scenario with wages payable, if one accountant makes the reversing entry but another does not recognize this, the balance in the account could be wrong after his own entries for the period. Read more: What Are the Cons of Using Reverse Entries? | eHow.com ] (More)
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A good supervisor should be able to do any job that he or she supervises better than any of the operative employees.” Discuss your views on this statement.
Weegy: Being a good supervisor requires that you know, and respect, the abilities of the people under you and that you encourage them to excel; however, you must be willing to step in with a cool, dispassionate approach when there is trouble. [ You will have an easier time keeping things running smoothly if you treat your employees with respect. Read more: How to Be a Good Supervisor | eHow.com ] (More)
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