Suggestions, Management Accounting books: Drury, Colin. Management and Cost Accounting Gowthorpe, Catherine. Management accounting Atrill, Peter. Accounting and finance for non-specialists. There are many other accounting books in libraries and online. Find books on Management Accounting (not Financial Accounting). You need a basic book on management accounting for the orientation and module 1 assignments. Articles: Tenucci, Andrea and Laine Teemu, 2016. CIMA report, The role of management accounting in servitisation: https://www.cimaglobal.com/Research--Insight/The-role-of-management-accounting-in-servitisation/ Laine, T., Cinquini, L., Suomala, P., & Tenucci, A. (2013, June). Roles of accounting and control in New Service Development within Servitization–a literature review and research implications. In Proceedings of the 2013 Naples forum on service-service dominant logic, network & systems theory and service science (pp. 18-21). http://www.naplesforumonservice.it/uploads//files/Laine%2CCinquini%2C%20Suomala%2C%20Tenucci.pdf Laine, T., Paranko, J., & Suomala, P. (2012). Management accounting roles in supporting servitisation. Managing Service Quality: An International Journal. https://tutcris.tut.fi/portal/files/1025738/laine_management_accounting_roles_in_supporting.pdf Laine, Teemu; Cinquini, Lino; Suomala, Petri; Tenucci, Andrea. Roles of accounting and control in New Service Development within servitization - a literature review and research implications. http://www.naplesforumonservice.it/uploads//files/Laine%2CCinquini%2C%20Suomala%2C%20Tenucci.pdf More articles, videos and podcast links will be given when the course starts.
This course includes lectures, workshops, individual assignments, writing and essay and working in teams on a chosen topic. All five modules are compulsory.
This course is offered online in Zoom in spring 2022.
The final grade for this course is a weighted average of your assignments. The weights are:
Modules 1, 2 and 3 (Individual assignments): 40%
Module 4 (Individual essay): 30%
Module 5 (Team work): 30%
04.02.2022 - 19.03.2022
29.11.2021 - 02.01.2022
41 - 50
Korkeakouluyksikkö D /YAMK
Kaija Koivusalo, Katja Suonperä, Anniina Vänskä
This accounting course is for students studying in different master's programmes. Students who have no background in accounting are also welcome. This course is about learning to "speak the language of accounting" which is the language of the management.
You will learn to explain the importance of cost accounting and budgeting for decision making, and you will learn to make Excel budgets for a small company.You will learn about different key performance indicators in the service development context, how customer profitability can be analysed, and you will develop your skills in cost accounting and pricing.
Complementary competence, master’s studies in English (CYJ2), Generic studies, Laurea täydentävä osaaminen, yamk-tutkinto (TYJ), Yhteiset opinnot
5 ECTS = 135 hours of student work
The course is divided into five modules. Estimated time required:
1. Orientation and Introduction to Management Accounting: 10 hours
2. Cost Accounting and Pricing (Excel assignments and discussion): 15 hours
3. Budgeting and Control (Excel budgets for case company): 35 hours
4. Essay: 40 hours
5. Team work, presentation, peer review: 35 hours
4.2. at 16.30-19.30 (evening session): Orientation and management accounting basics, info about the assignments
4.3. at 16.30-19.30 (evening session): Cost accounting and pricing, Excel workshop
18.3. at 9-16.30 (full day session): Budgeting and control, Excel workshop
19.3. at 9-16.30 (full day session, team presentations)
Deadline for essay and budgeting assignment 22 April.
Online Zoom sessions:
Friday 4.2. at 16.30-19.30 (evening session)
Friday 4.3. at 16.30-19.30 (evening session)
Friday 18.3. at 9-16.30 (full day session)
Saturday 19.3. at 9-16.30 (full day session, team presentations)
Student is able Knowledge base: To gather, process, produce and evaluate information widely. To use concepts of the area of expertise systematically. Problem solving: To solve problems in research, development and/or innovation activities. Development: To recognise and analyse focuses of development making use of the knowledge base. Communication: To communicate clearly both orally and in writing.
Student is able Knowledge base: To gather, process, produce and evaluate information critically and widely making use of both national and international scientific sources. To use concepts of the area of expertise fairly. Problem solving: To solve problems in research, development and/or innovation activities by applying and combining information from different fields. Development: To create target-oriented, justified development plans considering the community. Communication: To communicate in a competent, clear and consistent manner both orally and in writing.
Student is able Knowledge base: To create a consistent framework/knowledge base making use of both national and international scientific sources in a critical analytic fashion. Problem solving: To solve demanding problems in research, development and/or innovation activities where new knowledge and competence is created as well as to apply and combine information from different fields. Development: To develop the activities of the competence area in a target-oriented and communal fashion Communication: To communicate convincingly both orally and in writing to audiences within and exterior to the field.