Type
Word Search
Description

Gartner
Sustainability
Inclusion
Customer
Quote
Bid
partnership
Suplari
CVM
spend
diversity
contract
DisabilityIN
Veterans
NMSDC
WBENC
Award
RFQ
RFI
RFP
supplier

inclusion and diversity Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

together
policies
legislation
inclusion
discrimination
research
partnership
laws
equality
different
procedures
parliament
information
diversity
acts

Diversity and Inclusion Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The act of encouraging belonging Inclusiveness
Understanding and acceptance of belief, values and ethics of others Intercultural Competence
Subjective reactions to the world around us Values
System of shared beliefs, ideas, values + behavoirs Culture
Core VALUE OF THE DO- A quantifiable measurement- of all the ways people differ Diversity
Committed to facilitating change by modeling appropriate behaviors change agents
Competency- replace barriers to maximum our values and uniqueness Inclusion
We passionately bring different people and perspective together to collaborate, innovate and grow the business Mission
Associate Resource Groups ARG
Process where a group adopts characteristic, customer and attitudes of the "prevailing" culture assimilation

E-Commerce Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Buying, selling, transferring, or exchanging of products, services, or information via computer networks, including the internet Electronic commerce
A degree of digitisation - Purely physical organisation. Example: Purchasing books from a physical bookstore Bricks-and-mortar
Degree of digitisation - o Mix of digital/physical dimensions in terms of product, payment, process, delivery Partial Electronic Commerce
Degree of digitisation - all dimensions are digital Pure-play
What does B2C stand for? Business to consumer
What does B2B stand for? Business to business
What does C2C stand for? Consumer to consumer
Mechanism through which businesses and customers can buy and sell on the internet e-commerce mechanisms
E-commerce mechanism: backbone of most e-commerce sites, includes product database, directory, search and presentation capabilities Electronic catalogues
Electronic auction type: seller place items at sites for auction and buyers bid continuously for them Forward Auctions
Electronic auction types: buyers post a request for quotation (RFQ) with information on the desired purchase. Suppliers study the RFQ and submit bids electronically Reverse auctions
E-commerce mechanism: A website that represents a single store Electronic storefronts
E-commerce mechanism: Collection of individual shops under one internet address. Associated with B2C e-commerce Electronic mall
E-commerce mechanisms: A central, virtual market space on the web where many buyers and many sellers can conduct e-commerce and e-business activities Electronic Marketplace

HPE Culture Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Enterprise Group
How people work and live
Community
Careers
Anticipate
Bias for action
Collaborate
Diversity and Inclusion
Energize
Evangelize
Global reach
HPE Culture
Innovators at heart
Inspire
Leadership
Our businesses
Our customers
Our people
Partnership first
Perform
Relate
Respect
Respond
Seek
Strategize
Together we win the right way
Transform
Values
We build
We create
We grow

Diversity and Inclusion Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

FCI Pekin
Affirmative Employment
Personality
Discrimination
Judgment
Age
Gender
Equality
Religion
Culture
Disability
Race
Unsderstanding
Fairness
Policy
Stereotype
Inclusion
Diversity

Stock Market Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

execution
high
low
sector
symbol
spread
volatility
rally
quote
portfolio
margin
haircut
exchange
leverage
dividend
bid
broker
bear
bull
stock

Chapter 5 - Business Organizations Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

no explicit or implicit contract for long term employment Contingent worker :
selling goods/services of producers to consumers intermediaries
carries out activities consumed by its customer Service business
business owned and run by one person proprietorship
business owned and controlled by two or more people partnership
business owned by one or more shareholders corporation
written agreement among all owners partnership agreement
legal document defining ownership, operation and conditions of business Articles of incorporation
permission to operate business selling products in a set way Franchise
written statement to identify reason business exist Mission statement
statement identifying results of what business will achieve goal
guidelines used to make consistent decisions Policies
guidelines of the way work is to be done Procedures
a diagram showing structure of an organization Organization chart

Supply Chain Week Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Container
Contract
Cost
Customer
Dedicated
Delivery
Distribution
Economy
Expedited
Forwarding
Freight
Inventory
Invoice
Logistics
Operations
Organization
Planning
Proactive
Procurement
Product
Purchasing
Quantity
Relationship
Service
Strategy
Supplier
Team
Timely
Truckload
Warehouse

Logistics and Supply Chain Management Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Point of Origin/Point of Consumption logistics
Processes, manufactures, and assembles the finished product Manufacturer
Also known as the vendor Supplier
Where finished goods are sorted/shipped to various retailers or customers Distribution Center
The manufacturer's customer Retailer
Customer/final customer of finished product End User
Where goods are stored throughout supply chain Warehouses
Type of logistics that focus on movement of military resources Military
Type of logistics which focus on flow of materials to work stations Production
Type of logistics that focus on setting up & taking down materials Event

Key Business Terms Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

sole proprietor/ Trader
objective
mission statement
market share
added value
shareholders
LLP
limited liability
public limited company
private limited company
sleeping/silent partner
deed of partnership
partnership
unincorporated
bankruptcy
incorporated
private sector
public corporation
public sector
unlimited liability
interdependence
chain of production
tertiary sector
secondary sectors
Stakeholders
Primary sector