When we speak of ethics violations we immediately think about executive management, or some sort of Wall Street scandal, and rarely do we realize that it happens more frequently from the bottom half of the workforce than the glass tower. Ethics violations in inventory management are committed by: 1.Knowingly giving inaccurate information to clients or
Accounting is usually seen as having two distinct strands, Management and Financial accounting. Management accounting, which seeks to meet the needs of managers and Financial accounting, which seeks to meet the accounting needs of all of the other users. The differences between the two types of accounting reflect the different user groups that they address.
How do firms choose their operating cycle? How do firms choose their cash conversion cycle? What is the impact of firm’s operating cycle on the size and periodicity of investments in receivables and inventories? How do seasonal and cyclical trends affect firm’s operating cycle, cash conversion cycle and investments in current assets? These strategic policy
As corporations increasing their global net, implementing netting and re-invoicing techniques is becoming a necessity. It saves the companies involved in transactions from different parts of the world, significant costs related to conversion of the currencies into their own. In case of small companies with just one or two subsidiaries in different nations, the transactions
Successful account managers usually have many things in common when it comes to taking care of their clients. And, like most things in business, they are not a secret. A great account manager has a desire to not only make sure their client is happy when they first sign on but that they receive the
Planning and Control are the two most important ingredients to a Successful Business. A Business Plan takes most of the guess work out of Business Strategy and Control through solid Financial analysis. Financial Data provides a way to gauge where you are in your Strategic Plan, telling you where changes in your Plan are necessary.
Risk management consultants are experts, who are hired on part time basis in order to help solve problems. In a financial services business, risk management includes assessing and quantifying business risks and taking actions to control or diminish them. Risk management often is a part of the observance function, but may also be a part
Citibank's strategic intent is to convert its traditional money management business into an e-business framework. How does Citibank transform its traditional assets into digital assets? What issues, if any, do you envision that Citibank must overcome in order for the implementation to be successful? According to Porter two main ways for a company to compete
What's the product? Is there a market? Where is the initial funding coming from? How experienced is the management team? These are some of the first questions investors and lenders want answered when investigating a startup company, and rightly so. The business plan typically addresses these and other related questions in some detail, but what
The following are some examples of modern financial management theories formulated on principles considered as ‘a set of fundamental tenets that form the basis for financial theory and decision-making in finance’ (Emery et al.1991). An attempt would be made to relate the principles behind these concepts to small businesses’ financial management. Agency Theory Agency theory