Aat Study Text: Final Paper 13 - Organisation & Financial Control (11/89)

Aat Study Text: Final Paper 13 - Organisation & Financial Control (11/89)

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One of a series of regularly updated Study Texts providing coverage of the examinations of the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT), this workbook covers the entire syllabus and includes numerous questions from past examinations with full suggested solutions. The text, which has been fully revised to meet the requirements of the 1988 course, includes the ideas of major writers on management theory. It goes on to cover the main topics of financial control, from the importance and nature of financial control and the structure of financial control systems to the organization and administration of the accounting function. A companion Practice and Revision Kit (principally comprising progressively arranged series of questions and solutions) is also available.
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  • Paperback | 617 pages
  • 205 x 290mm
  • BPP Publishing Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Revised
  • Revised edition
  • 0862773547
  • 9780862773540

Table of contents

The syllabus. Part 1 Organization: business organizations and their objects; management principles, chains of command and span of control; the structure of planning and control; communication and co-ordination; authority, responsibility and delegation; organization functions; types of production, production management and processes; factory location and layout; plant management and production control; the marketing concept, marketing mix and market structure; management and control of the sales force; advertising and sales promotion; market research and sales forecasting; channels of distribution; supervision; recruitment, selection, appraisal and training; supervisors and cost control - method study and work measurement; job evaluation and job descriptions; motivation; discipline; industrial relations and collective bargaining; the welfare of employees, health and safety. Part 2 Financial control: the importance and nature of financial control - control systems; information and control; analysis and coding of accounting data; accounting for cash; recording and control of income; control of wages and salaries; communication skills and the accounting function; report writing and form design.
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