Product Attractiveness, Creativity, Teamwork

Anything which is ready for use is a product

Something that is made in a factory or that is formed naturally

A product is the item offered for sale. A product can be a service or an item. Every product is made at a cost and each is sold at a price. ... The price that can be charged depends on the market, the quality, the marketing and the segment that is targeted.

A product can be classified as tangible . A tangible product is a physical object that can be perceived by touch such as a building, vehicle, or gadget. Most goods are tangible products. For example, a soccer ball is a tangible product. ... Services or ideas are intangible.


the ability to make or produce new things using skill or imagination

Creativity is defined as the tendency to generate or recognize ideas, alternatives, or possibilities that may be useful in solving problems, communicating with others, and entertaining ourselves and others.

Creativity is the ability to think about a task or a problem in a new or different way, or the ability to use the imagination to generate new ideas. Creativity enables you to solve complex problems or find interesting ways to approach tasks. If you are creative, you look at things from a unique perspective

Creativity is a way of living life that embraces originality and makes unique connections between seemingly disparate ideas. ... The most creative people find ways around obstacles because they see them not just as roadblocks but also as opportunities.

Example: When Apple Computer comes up with a brand new product such as the iPod that no one has ever thought of before, this is an example of creativity. When a painter creates a beautiful work of art, this is an example of creativity


Attraction marketing is a term for a method of marketing a product or service. It works by providing valuable information about the item before convincing customers to buy. It's a powerful marketing strategy for both lead generation and brand loyalty. ... Home Depot is a good example of attraction marketing

Market attractiveness is a measure of the potential value of a particular market. Ways in which attractiveness may be measured include: Short-term profit. ... Size of market after growth

A measure of the opportunities a market offers to an organisation, with an acknowledgment of various factors within the market, including growth rate and market size, as well as outside factors such as access to raw materials, competition and industry capacity.

In order to determine the attractiveness of an industry it is important to work with business brokers to analyze the 5 forces of the industry: buyers, suppliers, substitutes, rivals, and threat of new entrants. The 5 forces analysis is an industry level analysis and does not focus on individual companies.


work done by several associates with each doing a part but all subordinating personal prominence to the efficiency of the whole

Teamwork is the collaborative effort of a group to achieve a common goal or to complete a task in the most effective and efficient way.This concept is seen within the greater framework of a team, which is a group of interdependent individuals who work together towards a common goal. Basic requirements for effective teamwork are an adequate team size

Seven teamwork skills

Communication. Communication is the foundation of effective teamwork. ...

Time management. ...

Problem-solving. ...

Listening. ...

Critical thinking. ...

Collaboration. ...


Team work brings together coworkers with diverse experiences, skills, and work histories, creating fertile ground for brainstorming and creative problem-solving. When employees work alone, there's always the risk they'll fall into established routines, stagnating rather than moving forward

The five functions are trust, conflict management, commitment, accountability and focusing on results. To have a functioning team, one thing is a must and that is Trust

Example: Apollo 11 Moon Landing

One of the most historic examples of teamwork is the Apollo 11 1969 mission. While the world focused on the three astronauts, Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins, the former two who walked on the moon, most remember only Armstrong and his famous line upon being the first human being to set foot on the satellite: “This is one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.”

Product Description

A product description is the marketing copy used to describe a product's value proposition to potential customers. A compelling product description provides customers with details around features, problems it solves and other benefits to help generate a sale.

A product description is the marketing copy that explains what a product is and why it’s worth purchasing. The purpose of a product description is to supply customers with important information about the features and benefits of the product so they’re compelled to buy.

How to write product descriptions that sell

Focus on your ideal buyer

Entice with benefits

Avoid yeah, yeah phrases

Justify using superlatives

Appeal to your readers’ imagination

Cut through rational barriers with mini-stories

Seduce with sensory words

Tempt with social proof

Make your description scannable

Housekeeping Practices

Keeping a retail store clean is an essential everyday task. Customers like to see cleanliness and organization. Walking into a cluttered and messy store doesn't give the customer much confidence. They will just decide to shop elsewhere if there is no clear organization. You should aim to carry out these cleaning duties every day as small mess can build up.

A good housekeeping program plans and manages the orderly storage and movement of materials from point of entry to exit. It includes a material flow plan to ensure minimal handling. The plan also makes sure that work areas are not used as storage areas by having workers move materials to and from work areas as needed. Part of the plan could include investing in extra bins and more frequent disposal.

Elements of an effective housekeeping program

Maintenance. The maintenance of buildings and equipment may be the most important element of good housekeeping. ...

Dust and Dirt Removal. ...

Employee Facilities. ...

Surfaces. ...

Maintain Light Fixtures. ...

Aisles and Stairways. ...

Spill Control. ...

Tools and Equipment.

Waste Disposal


13 Tips for Keeping Your Store Clean

Keep aisles clean and free of packaging materials like plastic and boxes

Store shipments out of customer traffic areas

Deal with any hazards immediately

Mop up spills or messes immediately

Have staff members wash their hands often

Clean uniforms regularly

Make sure there is proper drainage where needed

Provide adequate sanitation supplies to employees

Provide proper training to employees for all duties

Ensure proper food handling and preparation procedures are followed

Thorough sanitation of all food preparation areas

Maintain floor surfaces and fixtures

Have a daily cleaning routine

Effective housekeeping results in

reduced handling to ease the flow of materials

fewer tripping and slipping incidents in clutter-free and spill-free work areas

decreased fire hazards

lower worker exposures to hazardous products (e.g. dusts, vapours)

better control of tools and materials, including inventory and supplies

more efficient equipment cleanup and maintenance

better hygienic conditions leading to improved health

more effective use of space

reduced property damage by improving preventive maintenance

less janitorial work

improved morale

improved productivity (tools and materials will be easy to find)

Created By
Parle Kalyan Chakravarty


Created with images by Giorgio Trovato - "untitled image" • JOSHUA COLEMAN - "I’ve been driving all over Los Angeles looking for construction paper for a stop motion video and I stumbled upon a parking garage under an art supply store that was floor to ceiling covered in murals. A variety of styles, a variety of artists, and a variety of emotions. I love how a dark place can be transformed by the use of bright colors and that this shot represents people of different styles and backgrounds coming together. I guess it is a reminder that art sometimes finds the artist. A special thanks to Cloe Hakakian # Cloeart" • Arno Senoner - "Beauty." • You X Ventures - "untitled image" • timJ - "Off-center" • Dane Deaner - "Ugmonk"