Objectives Of Case Analysis In Managerial Accounting

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Register to read the introduction… This course is intended to bridge the transition between the computation of data and the use of the data for strategic purposes. The course will also introduce the use of case analysis and the application of critical thinking to managerial accounting information. http://beedie.sfu.ca/courses/bus322 ID: your SFU ID Password: your SFU password Course email: bus322-d100@sfu.ca

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A weighted mark of the following elements Case analysis (one written report – group) Case presentation (one presentation – group) Class participation (during case presentation - individual) Assignments (individual) Midterm exam (individual) Final exam (comprehensive – individual) Total Relative performance measurement: A:24%, B:46%, C:24%, DFN:6%

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1. Each group will write one report (10%) and make one class presentation (10%). 2. The case analysis should be written as a group report. Each group consists of
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It is expected that each person will contribute equally to the report. The report must be typed on one side and be double-spaced, 12-point font, 1-inch margins. The report should be clear and concise (not to exceed 10 pages, includes introduction and conclusion but exclude any appendices). Analyze the important issues and other relevant issues in the case comprehensively. The written report is due on Tuesday, November 27, 2012 (at the beginning of the class). Late submission will not be accepted under any circumstances. Fail to hand in the report on time will cause a forfeit of 10% and fail to make the scheduled class presentation will cause a forfeit of 10% of the students’ total

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