1) Characteristics of useful financial info: o Relevance o Reliability o Comparability o Understandability o Materiality o Cost/benefit Accounting info system: o Identification RecordingAnalysis Reporting 2) 3 types of financial statements: o Cash fl
MN2415 : FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT MAY 2015
Time Allowed: TWO hours
[Including 15 minutes reading time, during which students may write
Answer ALL questions
Please answer each question on a separate page/ in a
separate answer booklet
NMN3915 marking criteria and marking rubric for individual assignment
Identify one major responsible management challenge the company faces and then choose which one of the following corporate functions studied on the course you consider
Fiche Information System
Discuss the challenges and main decisions involved in building an ecommerce presence.
Building a successful e-commerce presence is very important for businesses nowadays. It
requires a keen understanding of the business, technolog
Fiche information system
Laudon and Laudon (2013) list six major objectives which
businesses are trying to achieve by use of information systems.
Discuss the relative importance of these six objectives using
business examples to illustrate.
The six object
Course descriptions All Courses
Course: MN3915 Integrating Management: Business in Context Autumn
Course Summary: Being one of two capstone courses in the BSc Management, the course draws together the
student's learning over the entire BSc programme.
Information Systems Basic:
Information systems are transforming business. E.I jobs, careers and advertising are
IS change habits, behaviour and organisations.
They achieve seven important business objectives:
MN 1505 Information System
Lecture 1: Information systems in Business today
What is Information system?
! Interrelated components that manage information to:
o Support decision making and control
o Help with a
effects of globalization:
Reduction of labor costs through outsourcing.
Ability to find low-cost suppliers.
Significant increases in operating costs.
Identifying a problem includes agreeing that a problem exists.
UPS's use of Web-based tool
Undergraduate Style Guide
Presentation matters: it is an essential part of the historians craft, not an optional extra. Neglected or
poorly executed, your style will irritate and distract readers, weakening the force of your arguments. An
The Clusters, Small Business and International Competition course, and group work have
made me a more reflective, cooperative and confident in the face of new challenges and
change. My experience was positive and enriching; it helped me further understand
An Approach to Case Analysis
Ailson J. De Moraes
What is a Case Study?
A case study is a description of an actual administrative situation involving a decision to be
made or a problem to be solved. It can a real situation that actually happened just as
Options look at the likely options (EEA/Norway, Switzerland, Canada, Turkey, WTO)
and assess the likelihood of each.
Member of European Economic Area (EEA) Norway model: full access to single
market, obliged to make a financial contribution and
Competition is a painful thing, but it produces great results. Jerry Flint, in Forbes
MN3225 European Business
European Competition Policy
Dr Sigrun M. Wagner
MX021, Moore An
analyse the strategic business context, please take into
account the marking criteria, where a clear emphasis is on
the responsible management challenge whilst the strategic
business context should only be covered briefly in the
MN3495 CLUSTERS, SMALL BUSINESS AND INTERNATIONAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Course Lecturer: Ailson De Moraes
Presentation and Report Assessment Criteria
Application of relevant academic literature
Understanding and identification of key issues
DIFFERENCES BETWEEN TRADITIONAL COSTING AND ABC
The methods are both geared towards deriving the production cost of the manufacturing
company. Over the years there has been many debates over which I more effective or practical.
Critical analysis would sho
Lecture 5: Financial Statements : Current Assets (Stocks and Debtors)
Learning objectives Links between the Profit and Loss Account and the Balance Sheet through: the Valuation of Stocks
First in First Out, Last in First Out, Weighted Average, Lo
Lecture 8: Published Reports and Accounts
The lecture will help students to: Recognise the contents of annual reports Understand why annual reports are filed Evaluate the information disclosed within annual reports Evaluate the quality of corpora
Business performance analysis 1 and 2
Analyse business performance through the use of ratios Advantages and limitations of ratio analysis in interpreting accounting information Calculate and comment on
Business Performance Analysis 2
Gearing and Investment Ratios
Gearing and Investment
Gearing: Ratios relating to this aspect are concerned with the extent to which lenders and creditors finance the business. Investment: Ratios relating to this a
Lecture 13: Decision making, Relevant Costs and Contribution Analysis
Outline the decision-making process Explain the significance of the concept of relevant costs Apply contribution analysis for decision making
Evaluate shut down decisions Co
Lecture 14 Full Costing
Learning objectives: By the end of the lecture you should be able to: Explain the key terms cost centres and cost objectives Distinguish between direct and indirect costs Undertake allocation and apportionment of overheads
Lecture 17: Budgetary Control
The lecture will enable you to: Explain budgetary control Identify the use of flexible budgeting in performance evaluation and control Prepare flexed budgets in line with changes in activity levels Use of standard co
questions must be answered!
2 compulsory 1 Fin Acc ( out of 2) 1 Man Acc( out of 2)
allocation very important
25 marks.45 minutes 30 marks.54 minutes
Make sure you answer 4 qu
Management Accounting Revision
Decision making and Contribution Analysis
Behaviour of costs Break even analysis Contribution income statement
Preparation of budgets
A manifesto for marketing.
Marketing (00253650). 6/1/2013, p50-50. 1p
A manifesto for marketing
The Manifesto for Marketing aims to guide the industry through the next decade by defining
the rules for excellence that will ensure marketing i