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Chapter 7

Chapter 7

Chapter 7. Supply Chain Management. Introduction. Palm Inc. During the year 2000, Palm Inc. was selling every PDA (computerized Personal Digital Assistant) that wasn’t nailed down. In the last few years, Palm has developed a strategic supply chain management function.

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The Islamic University –Gaza

The Islamic University –Gaza

The Islamic University –Gaza. Inventory Costing Dr. Hisham Madi. Variable and Absorption Costing. Variable costing—a method of inventory costing in which all variable manufacturing costs (direct and indirect) are included as inventoriable costs. (Also known as direct costing).

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CHAPTER 11

CHAPTER 11

CHAPTER 11. Decision Making and Relevant Information. Decision Models. A decision model is a formal method of making a choice, often involving both quantitative and qualitative analyses Managers often use some variation of the Five-Step Decision-Making Process.

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Breaking Down the Balance Sheet Town Hall – Sept 5 2019

Breaking Down the Balance Sheet Town Hall – Sept 5 2019

Breaking Down the Balance Sheet Town Hall – Sept 5 2019. What does a financial statement tell me?. Most companies has two types of financial statements. An income statement shows income and expenses and tells us if the organization can pay its bills. It has a beginning date and an end date.

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Balanced Scorecard Model

Balanced Scorecard Model

Balanced Scorecard Model. Financial Perspective. Learning & Growth Perspective. Customer Perspective. Internal Business Process Perspective. Balanced Scorecard Components. Financial Perspective Customer Perspective Internal Business Process Perspective Learning and Growth Perspective.

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Overhead Set #5: Typical Downtown Office Building--1986

Overhead Set #5: Typical Downtown Office Building--1986

Overhead Set #5: Typical Downtown Office Building--1986. Size: 450,000 ft 2 Land: 15% of total property value Depreciation: straight-line over 19 years Debt: 75% loan-to-value; interest only; 9% Price: $170.78/ft 2 Effective Gross Rent: $21.73/ft 2 Net Operating Income: $14.17/ft 2.

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CHAPTER TWENTY-SEVEN

CHAPTER TWENTY-SEVEN

CHAPTER TWENTY-SEVEN. DEPARTMENTAL ACCOUNTING. DEPARTMENTAL ACCOUNTING. Provides separate information about the revenues and expenses of each department Useful to management for three purposes: Planning Control Performance evaluation Generally for internal financial statement users

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Chapter 11

Chapter 11

Lecture 20. Chapter 11. Decision Making and Relevant Information. Readings Chapter 11,Cost Accounting, Managerial Emphasis, 14 th edition by Horengren Chapter 13, Managerial Accounting 12 th edition by Garrison, Noreen, Brewer. Learning Objectives.

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Transportation Business Management

Transportation Business Management

Transportation Business Management. Growing the Business. Workshop Outcomes. Read and Interpret your own financial statements Analyze budget and profit and loss statements for profitability Complete a SWOT analysis and plan for future directions

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Inventory Costing and Capacity Analysis

Inventory Costing and Capacity Analysis

Inventory Costing and Capacity Analysis. Session 9. Learning Objectives. D istinguish variable costing from absorption costing Explain differences in operating income under absorption costing and variable costing

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Bill Koefoed GM, Investor Relations Microsoft Corporation

Bill Koefoed GM, Investor Relations Microsoft Corporation

Bill Koefoed GM, Investor Relations Microsoft Corporation.

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Module 5

Module 5

Module 5. Reporting and Analyzing Operating Income. Revenue Recognition. Revenue recognition criteria realized or realizable , and earned Realized or realizable means primarily that cash is collected or a receivable is collectible.

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Creating a new market

Creating a new market

Creating a new market. Financial Feasibility. Two Financial Statements Sources and Uses Project Pro Forma. Upstairs development starts with a good business plan. Construction Costs

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Chapter 13

Chapter 13

Chapter 13. Investment Fundamentals. Learning Objectives. Explain how to get started as an investor. Identify your investment philosophy and invest accordingly. Describe the major factors that affect the rate of return on investments.

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Valuation: Quiz 1 Review

Valuation: Quiz 1 Review

Valuation: Quiz 1 Review. Aswath Damodaran Updated: March 2013. Key topics covered. Valuation Approaches What are the three approaches to valuation? From a big picture perspective, what are the key differences between the different valuation approaches?

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COMM 112

COMM 112

COMM 112. Intro to Management Accounting. Variable Costing. The cost of a making a cog is the product cost. Product Costs. Variable Costing. The costs of running the business are the period cost. Period Costs. Quick Check.

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ACC00106- Contemporary Issues in Accounting

ACC00106- Contemporary Issues in Accounting

ACC00106- Contemporary Issues in Accounting . Lecture 2 Topic 2- Measurement in Accounting. TOPIC 2 – Measurement in Accounting. Suggested Study Time Study learning materials 4 hours Read supplied readings 8 hours Undertake activities and review activities 12 hours

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CHAPTER 9

CHAPTER 9

CHAPTER 9. Responsibility Accounting. Learning Objective. To describe the concept of decentralization. LO1. Relating to the responsibilities of individual managers. To evaluate managers on controllable items. Responsibility Accounting.

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Solution for Ch 4

Solution for Ch 4

Solution for Ch 4. 4-46. No 3: Overapplied Overhead = $91,912.50 - $87,528 = $4,384.50 No 4: COGM = 146.000 No 5: Operating Income = 3.235 .

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Building Blocks of Managerial Accounting

Building Blocks of Managerial Accounting

Building Blocks of Managerial Accounting. Chapter 2. Objective 1. Distinguish among service, merchandising, and manufacturing companies. Three types of companies. Service Merchandisers Manufacturers. Service Companies. Provide a service only No inventory Examples Accountants Banks

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