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Sales Plan

Sales Plan

The welfare of the entire company depends on the work of sales department, since the volume of sales sets the level of incomes. The realistic and competently composed sales plan is a component of success, prosperity and stability of the company. The sales plan will help to define specific goal for development of organization for a specified period of time and to define the boundaries of possibilities. The business inevitably faces with various contingencies, but the task of sales department is to maximize the use of existing resources for successful realizing the sales plan. When constructing the sales plan, you should carefully analyze the macroeconomic and political trends, to study the situation on the market and forecasts for dynamics, to take in account the results of competitors, to carefully consider results of work of sales department for the last years and the pace of company's development, to analyze the causes of growth or decline of sales in certain periods. Set the realistic goals and make the sales plan easily in ConceptDraw MINDMAP, don't forget to include to the budget the expenses on sales, such as the costs for advertising, supplies, salaries and bonuses. Save your plan in the form of presentation for easy discussion with other employees of the company. Read more

Fundraising Pyramid

ConceptDraw Pyramid Diagram software allows drawing column charts using predesigned objects or drawing tool. Read more

Agile Methodology

Agile methodology is an excellent alternative to waterfall and traditional sequential development. ConceptDraw PRO software extended with SCRUM Workflow solution is ideal for quick and easy designing various diagrams, charts, mind maps and schematics illustrating software development using Agile methodologies, and in particular Scrum methodology. Read more
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"Most methods of diagramming in pedagogy are based on the work of Alonzo Reed and Brainerd Kellogg in their book Higher Lessons in English, first published in 1877, though the method has been updated with recent understanding of grammar. Reed and Kellogg were preceded, and their work probably informed, by W. S. Clark, who published his "balloon" method of depicting grammar in his 1847 book A Practical Grammar: In Which Words, Phrases & Sentences are Classified According to Their Offices and Their Various Relationships to Each Another.
Some schoolteachers continue to use the Reed-Kellogg system in teaching grammar, but others have discouraged it in favor of more modern tree diagrams. However, these modern tree structures draw on techniques that were already present in Reed-Kellogg diagrams. Reed and Kellogg defend their system in the preface to their grammar:
The Objections to the Diagram. - The fact that the pictorial diagram groups the parts of a sentence according to their offices and relations, and not in the order of speech, has been spoken of as a fault. It is, on the contrary, a merit, for it teaches the pupil to look through the literary order and discover the logical order. He thus learns what the literary order really is, and sees that this may be varied indefinitely, so long as the logical relations are kept clear.
The assertion that correct diagrams can be made mechanically is not borne out by the facts. It is easier to avoid precision in oral analysis than in written. The diagram drives the pupil to a most searching examination of the sentence, brings him face to face with every difficulty, and compels a decision on every point.
These statements bear witness to the fact that Reed-Kellogg diagrams abstract away from actual word order in order to focus more intently on how words in sentences function and relate to each other." [Sentence diagram. Wikipedia]
The examples of Reed-Kellogg diagrams was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the Language Learning solution from the Science and Education area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. Read more
Sentence diagram
Sentence diagram, subject-verb relationship , predicate, modifier, indirect object , direct object,
"Most methods of diagramming in pedagogy are based on the work of Alonzo Reed and Brainerd Kellogg in their book Higher Lessons in English, first published in 1877, though the method has been updated with recent understanding of grammar. ...
Some schoolteachers continue to use the Reed-Kellogg system in teaching grammar, but others have discouraged it in favor of more modern tree diagrams. However, these modern tree structures draw on techniques that were already present in Reed-Kellogg diagrams. Reed and Kellogg defend their system in the preface to their grammar:
The Objections to the Diagram.--The fact that the pictorial diagram groups the parts of a sentence according to their offices and relations, and not in the order of speech, has been spoken of as a fault. It is, on the contrary, a merit, for it teaches the pupil to look through the literary order and discover the logical order. He thus learns what the literary order really is, and sees that this may be varied indefinitely, so long as the logical relations are kept clear.
The assertion that correct diagrams can be made mechanically is not borne out by the facts. It is easier to avoid precision in oral analysis than in written. The diagram drives the pupil to a most searching examination of the sentence, brings him face to face with every difficulty, and compels a decision on every point.
... Reed-Kellogg diagrams abstract away from actual word order in order to focus more intently on how words in sentences function and relate to each other.
The Reed-Kellogg System. Simple sentences in the Reed-Kellogg system are diagrammed in accordance with the ... basic schemata" shown in this diagram example. [Sentence diagram. Wikipedia]
The example "The Reed-Kellogg system - Basic schemata" was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the Language Learning solution from the Science and Education area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. Read more
Sentence diagram
Sentence diagram, subject-verb relationship , indirect object , direct object,
"Fundraising or fund raising (also development) is the process of soliciting and gathering voluntary contributions of money or other resources, by requesting donations from individuals, businesses, charitable foundations, or governmental agencies. Traditionally, fundraising consisted mostly of asking for donations on the street or at people's doors, and this is experiencing very strong growth in the form of face-to-face fundraising, but new forms of fundraising such as online fundraising have emerged in recent years, though these are often based on older methods such as grassroots fundraising." [Fundraising. Wikipedia]
The example "Fundraising pyramid diagram for community based cash donors" was redesigned using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software from Commons Wikimedia file Fundraising pyramid for community based cash donors.jpg. [commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Fundraising_pyramid_for_community_based_cash_donors.jpg]
The triangular chart example "Fundraising pyramid diagram for community based cash donors" is included in the Pyramid Diagrams solution from the Marketing area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. Read more
Pyramid diagram
Pyramid diagram, arrowed block pyramid, triangle diagram, triangular diagram, triangle chart, triangular chart, triangle scheme, triangular scheme,

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To keep data in tables is useful, but tables are not convenient for presentations or communication. All graphs are intended to make the presentation of data clearly and simply. But are tables always that bad? Read more