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ACC 333 (Farrell), Fall 2011, Class 02 1 ACC 333 (Far el ) Fal 2011, Class 02 1 1) Find your name tent. Bring it to every class. 2) Find your name on the alphabetical list to determine your group number. 3) Check the stack of group number signs on the table to see if the one for your group is still there. If so, grab the sign, choose a table, and display the sign. If not, look for your group that’s already at a table. 4) Introduce yourself to your other group members. Trade contact information. Figure out three non-obvious things you have in common (i.e., not enrollment in this class or at Miami, major, etc.). If we have time we’ll share these with the class. Talk about what not-for-profit you’d like to select for the group project. 5) Sit with your assigned group each class session. ACC 333 (Far el ) Fal 2011, Class 02 2 Objectives for today We begin exploring the decision- influencing role of accounting What motivates individuals’ behavior? – Five models for predicting behavior • Law of unintended consequences – Why we’ll adopt the REMM model for studying individuals in organizations Discussion – “What the bagel man saw” What does this have to do with accounting? ACC 333 (Far el ) Fal 2011, Class 02 3 Theoretical models for predicting behavior Five models that can be used to predict individuals’ behavior – Economic (i.e., money maximizer) model – Sociological (i.e., social victim) model – Psychological (i.e., hierarchy of needs) model – Political (i.e., perfect agent) model – Resourceful, evaluative, maximizing model (REMM)
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ACC 333 (Farrell), Fall 2011, Class 02 2 ACC 333 (Far el ) Fal 2011, Class 02 4 Economic (i.e., money maximizer) model – All I care about is money…nothing else Sociological (i.e., social victim) model – It’s not my fault…I’m the product of my environment
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2012 for the course ACCACC 333 taught by Professor Anne during the Fall '11 term at Miami University.

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