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Assignment 1

In the mid-eighties, the Toro company launched a promotion in which snowblower purchasers could refund a portion of their purchase if the next winter brought modest snowfalls. The amount of their refund was tied to snowfall amounts and so, the program was prey to certain risks and uncertainties. You will explore those risks and choices from a variety of perspectives.

Review the case study “The Toro Company S’No Risk Program” by David E. Bell (1994) from this module’s assigned readings. Click here to download the Toro Excel worksheet which contains data exhibits from the article; the exhibit titles match the tabs long the bottom of the worksheet. Use this tool to conduct your data analysis for this assignment.

Analyze the risks of the program from the following points of view:


The insurance company

The consumers

Write a 4–6 page analysis paper that addresses the following:

Why did the insurance company raise the rates so much? How would you estimate a fair insurance rate?

From the perspective of the consumer, how were the paybacks structured and how might they be restructured to entice you at an equal or lower cost of insurance? How does the program influence your decision to purchase?

What are the common decision traps which each group in point (2) is susceptible to? Develop a matrix or decision tree in order to compare the groups. How does the program impact the consumer’s “regret”? (Hint: Map the possible outcomes for the consumer)

From either Toro’s or the insurance company’s perspective, how would you frame your argument to achieve your desired objective?

Was the program successful? Why or why not?

If you were Dick Pollick, would you repeat the program? Assume you manage the S’No Risk program and argue your case. To what biases are you susceptible in this case?

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Assignment 2: LASA 1—The S’No Risk Program

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In xxx mid-eighties, the Toro company xxxxxxxx x promotion xx xxxxx xxxx blower purchasers could xxxxxx x portion xx xxxxx purchase xx the xxxx winter brought modest snowfalls. xxx xxxxxx xx xxxxx refund xxx tied xx snowfall xxxxxxx and so, the program xxx xxxx to xxxxxxx risks xxx uncertainties. You xxxx xxxxxxx xxxxx risks and xxxxxxx xxxx a variety xx perspectives. Review the xxxx study “The xxxx xxxxxxx S’xx Risk Program” by David E. xxxx xxxxxx from xxxx xxxxxx’x xxxxxxxx readings. Click xxxx xx xxxxxxxx the Toro Excel xxxxxxxxx which contains xxxx xxxxxxxx from xxx article; the exhibit xxxxxx xxxxx the tabs xxxx xxx xxxxxx of the worksheet. xxx xxxx tool to xxxxxxx xxxx data xxxxxxxx for xxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxx

xxxxxxx xxx xxxxx xx the program xxxx xxx xxxxxxxxx xxxxxx of view: 1.Toro 

The xxxxxxx’x main business is selling xx snow throwing equipment’s. xxx xxxxxxx xxx xx continually look for aggressive xxxx xx improve xxxxx and xxxxxxxxx profitability. xxxxxxxx x’xx xxxx program

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The Toro Company S’No Risk Program Case Solution

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The xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxx xxxx xxxxxxx agreed xx xxxx all xxxxxx xxxxxxxxx from xxx xxxxxxxx xx xxxxxxxxxx xx exchange xxx x premium xx 2.1% of the xxxxx retail value xx the snow xxxxxxxx xxxx are xxxxxxxx xxxxxx this winter season xxxxx was a plummet xx xxx xxxxx xx xxxx xxxxxxxx therefore there were not xxxx xxxx throwers covered xx the xxxxxxxxxx xxx xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxx xxxxxx xxxxx premium in the xxxxxxxxx xxxx to xxxxxx xxx the amount xx xxxx xxxxxxxx that xxx and xxxxx xx sold xx the following xxxx to 8% xx xxx retail value xx the snow throwers. xxxx rate xxx xxxx xxxxxx xxx xx the fact xxxx Toro xxx giving refunds xx the consumers. If the snowfall xxx below xxxxxxxx averages the xxxxx xx the snow thrower would xxxxxxx a refund for xxx xxxxxx xxxxxxxxx depending on the amount xx xxxx averages. x xxxxx personally xxxxxxxx a fair xxxxxxxxx rate xx xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx xxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxx xxx promotions xxxx xxx report. xx xxxxxxxxxxxxx Toro’s xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxx I would

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xxxxxxx xxxxx RISK PROGRAM 1 RISK xxxxxxxxxxxxx PAGE \* xxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx

The S’xx Risk Program



The xxxxxxxxx company xxxx xxxxxxx agreed to xxxx xxx claims resulting from the campaign in 1982/1983, xx xxxxxxxx xxx a xxxxxxx xx 2.1% xx xxx total xxxxxx value of the snow throwers xxxx are xxxxxxx xxxxxx xxxxxx During this winter season there xxx x xxxxxxx xx xxx sales of snow xxxxxxxx therefore there xxxx xxx xxxx snow throwers xxxxxxx by xxx insurance. xxx xxxxxxxxx company raised their xxxxxxx xx xxx following year xx xxxxxx for xxx amount xx xxxx xxxxxxxx that xxx xxx would be xxxx xx the following xxxx xx xx xx the xxxxxx value xx xxx snow xxxxxxxxx This rate xxx also xxxxxx xxx xx the xxxx xxxx Toro xxx giving xxxxxxx xx xxx xxxxxxxxxx xx the xxxxxxxx was xxxxx xxxxxxxx averages the xxxxx of xxx snow xxxxxxx would xxxxxxx x refund xxx xxx xxxxxx xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx on the xxxxxx xx snow xxxxxxxxx x xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx estimate x xxxx xxxxxxxxx

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Toro Company’s S’No Risk Program: An analysis

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xxx xxxx xxxxxxx’s x’xx xxxx Program: xx xxxxxxxxx

xxx xxxx of xxxxxxxx xx premium charged xx a bank xx an insurance company xxxxxxx xxxx the risk involved in x particular xxxxxxx or investment. xx xxxxx to xxxxxxxxxx the risk xxxxxxxxx of xxx S’xx xxxx Program xxxxxxxxx xx xxxx to xxxxx xxx sales xx xxx snowblowers xx xxx xxxxx 1980s, xx xxxxx be prudent xx first look xx the US subprime mortgage crisis which brought xxxxxxx xxx xxx xxxx matter most of the xxxxx xx xxx knees.

The xxxxx xx xxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxx can xx traced back to xxx time xxxx xxxxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxx they couldn’t deliver more xxxxxxx xx the same xxxxx xxxx had xxxx working xx for xxx past couple of years. xxxx xxxxxxxx xxxx in order to xxxxx the xxxx wall xx profits xxx xxxxxxxxx they had to xx xxxxxxxxxxx Innovative xx xxxx xxxx xxx xxxx xxxxxxx xxxx xxx xxxxxx xxxx risky xxx recklessly. xxxxx xxxxx xxxxxx into xxx xxxxxx xxx xxxxx out that Americans aspired to xxx a xxxxx of their xxxx Given

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