Chapter 4
Attitudes, Emotions & Ethics
Learning Points:
1. Individual differences affect behavior in organizations.
2. Attitudes, emotions, and ethics combine with personality, perception, and attribution
to make people unique.
3. Individual uniqueness is
ACCT 1710 Introduction To Financial Accounting Chapter4 Completing the Accounting Cycle
Dr. HU Bingbing HKBU
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Study Objectives
1. The required steps in the accounting cycle. 2. Prepare a worksheet. 3. Preparing and posting closing entries. 4. Preparing a
Chapter 3 Personality, Perception & Attribution
Learning Points: 1. Managers need to know as much as possible about individual differences in order to understand themselves and those with whom they work. 2. An understanding of personality characteristics
Assignment 1
( SCI 3510 Mathematical and Statistical Modelling )
(1) Prove the equation of state for variable velocity u(x, t) and density (x, t). (2) Suppose that the velocity u(x, t) is selected as the prime variable. Find the relation between flux q(x,
Assignment 2
( SCI 3510 Mathematical and Statistical Modelling )
The Greenshield's model is adopted for the velocitydensity relation without special notification in the following problems.
(1) Suppose that the initial density is given by 3 4 opt 2x (x,
Chapter 1
Continuum Hypothesis of Traffic Flow
1.1 Three basic variables in traffic problem
We discuss the one straight lane traffic problem:

direction of traffic Figure 1.1.1 Traffic velocity: u(x, t)
x
One straight lane traffic
( unit: le
Chapter 2
Method of characteristics for solving conservation equation
As indicated in section 1.2, the conservation equation for the one lane traffic is given by + (u ) = 0 , t x where the density, (x, t) is taken as the prime variable. Suppose that the v
Chapter 3
Applications and Advanced Topics
In this chapter we will study several real triffic problems. For some of them, an introductory model is proposed to stimulate students to create their own models to investigate these problems.
3.1 After an accide
Reference Answer of Assignment 1
( SCI 3510 Mathematical and Statistical Modelling )
(1) Prove the equation of state for variable velocity u(x, t) and density (x, t). (2) Suppose that the velocity u(x, t) is selected as the prime variable. Find the relati
Reference Answer of Assignment 2
( SCI 3510 Mathematical and Statistical Modelling )
The Greenshield's model is adopted for the velocitydensity relation without special notification in the following problems.
(1) Suppose that the initial density is given
ACCT 1710 Introduction To Financial Accounting Chapter4 Completing the Accounting Cycle
Dr. HU Bingbing HKBU
1
Study Objectives
1. The required steps in the accounting cycle. 2. Prepare a worksheet. 3. Preparing and posting closing entries. 4. Preparing a
ACCT 1710 Introduction To Financial Accounting
Chapter 3 Adjusting the Accounts
Dr. HU Bing b in g Dr. HU Bing b in g HKBU HKBU
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Study Objectives
1 The time period assumption. 2 The accrual basis of accounting. 3 Revenue recognition principle, and matchi
ACCT 1710 Introduction To Financial Accounting
Chapter 2 The Recording Process
Dr. HU Bingbing HKBU
1
Study Objectives
1. What is an account, and how it is used in recording process. 2. Explain debit and credit rule and doubleentry system. 3. What are jo
Chapter 5
Motivation at Work
Learning Points:
1. Motivation is not something that is done to other people. It is an internal
state that directs individuals toward certain goals.
2. Individuals are motivated by different needs. Managers sometimes have
fals
Chapter 6
Learning and Performance Management
Learning Points:
1. People in organizations learn from the consequences of their actions. Therefore, managers
must exercise care in applying positive and negative consequences to ensure that they are
connected
Chapter 7
Stress and WellBeing at Work
(Supplementary Notes)
Learning Points:
1. Stress is an inevitable result of work and personal life. In fact, wellmanaged stress
can improve health and performance.
2. New technologies create demands and stress for
Chapter 8
Communication
Learning Points:
1. Communication is a major portion of a managers job.
2. There is much potential for distortion in the communication process. Therefore, its
best to assume that any communication also involves a partial misunderst
Chapter 9
Work Teams & Groups
Learning Points:
1. Work groups and teams are important vehicles through which organizations achieve
highquality performance.
2. The manager establishes criteria for evaluating the performance effectiveness of the
team, as w
Chapter 10
The Decision Making by Individuals and Groups
Learning Points:
1. Individuals decisions are not independent, solitary events. Instead they are closely
connected to previous decisions and are influenced by the process that brought the
decision p
Chapter 11
Power & Political Behavior
Learning Points:
1. Power means getting things accomplished; it is not a dirty word. Acquiring and
using power well is a key to managerial success.
2. Mastering the power and politics within an organization takes resp
Chapter 12
Leadership and Followership
Learning Points:
1. Without followship, there is no leadership.
2. To be an effective leader, you have to turn all your socalled followers into leaders.
I. Early Trait Theories: Focus on Leaders personal characteris
Chapter 13
Conflict and Negotiation
&
Chapter 16
Organizational Culture
(Supplementary Notes)
Learning Points:
1. Conflict can poison the organization as well as those who work within it. Managers need to
reduce the effects of organizational toxins and ma
Chapter 15
Organizational Design and Structure
Learning Points:
1. Many organizations today are operating with shorter chains of command and less
unity of command; also with wider spans of control and fewer levels of management.
2. The emphasis in more or
Chapter 18
Managing Change
Learning Points:
1. Dont make changes just for the sake of making change. Too much change in a system
is just as frustrating to employees as the feeling that any change is impossible. Think
through the pros and cons of any chang