The world of business is fascinating and complex in equal measure. The study of accounting business and management is important to organisations everywhere, and in particular the ability to communicate to a variety of audiences is highly valued. The calculations, techniques and frameworks we learn need to be applied in a context – the calculations need to be explained to clients, government and regulators need to be persuaded to appreciate the issues they might be passing judgement on. Furthermore, research and experience from a variety of business and management case might yield valuable insights into innovation in accounting, finance and strategy etc.
The aim of this module is to introduce students to the following
1)The application of accounting knowledge to real world situations.
2)Extracting information – narrative, numbers, calculations and methods – from academic and professional literature.
3)How to communicate knowledge to both professional and non-professional audiences.
4)How to prepare written analysis.