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Accounting for Decision Making

  • 1102AFE-2
  • Semester 1 - 2012
  • 10
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Accounting for Decision Making introduces the basic concepts and principles of accounting with an emphasis on the use of such concepts and principles in business decision-making. Every manager within an organisation makes various decisions that often require accounting-based information. As a minimum, understanding the basic format of financial statements, the development of financial budgets and costing of products and services is essential to being an effective business decision maker and manager. <br/><br/>In this course, the emphasis is on the use of these accounting concepts and principles in business decision-making. It focuses on the practical and functional nature of business... -- Course Website

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