The study of management control systems and behavioural issues in accounting. This course uses problems and cases to study the structure and processes of management control systems in various types of organizations. Topics include: behaviour in organizations, responsibility centers, transfer pricing, strategy and strategic planning, budget preparation, performance measurement and analyzing financial performance (variance analysis), management compensation, and controls for differentiated strategies. This course seeks to develop critical thinking, written and oral communication and case analysis skills.
||All prerequisite courses must have a minimum ‘C minus’ (‘C-’) grade.|