COST MANAGEMENT: STRATEGIES FOR BUSINESS DECISIONS
This course covers managerial accounting and cost management practices that can be strategically applied across the various functions of a business organization to improve organizational performance. The course emphasizes the methods available to measure and evaluate costs for decision-making and performance evaluation purposes. It reviews a number of cost management issues relating to the design and implementation of strategic, marketing, value analysis, and other management models in modern firms; and identifies major contemporary issues in managerial accounting and financial decision-making. A variety of case studies in different industries and decision contexts are used to examine the application of these concepts.
- Lecture, discussion, syndicate work, case study and exercises. Audio-visual aids will be used to reinforce these learning methods.
- Cost Accountants, Project Managers, CFOs and others who perform related functions in public and private organizations.