Excel-Based Decisions in Managerial Accounting, 1st Edition

Excel-Based Decisions in Managerial Accounting, 1st Edition

EDMA (NEW ONLY)

By: Teresa Stephenson, Jason Porter

Publication date: 2014
ISBN: 978-0-912503-49-3

An engaging hands-on managerial accounting supplement with skills for the real world. Increase students Excel expertise, critical thinking skills, and ethical reasoning, all within a company they will love!

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An engaging hands-on managerial accounting supplement with skills for the real world. Increase students Excel expertise, critical thinking skills, and ethical reasoning, all within a company they will love!

Materials Include
• Step-by-step guide to Excel Basics. Includes detailed instructions for the most common Excel techniques, ranging from the basics (such as formatting cells) to intermediate skills (such as conditional formatting and named cells).
• Wedgewood Case and Questions. Students work in a simulated job environment at the Wedgewood Candle Co. Each scenario contains a set of questions that walk students through a common managerial accounting method using company information to form their analysis. All assignment pages are one-sided to facilitate submission and grading.
• Critical Thinking Problems. Students use their basic calculations as the foundation for more advanced methods or business decisions.
• Ethics Problems. Introduces students to ethical issues in managerial accounting consistent with Giving Voice to Values© created by Mary Gentile. (For more information go to MaryGentile.com or GivingVoiceToValues.org.) With this format, students discuss the arguments they would use to support an ethical decision, providing experience they can use in their future careers when faced with difficult situations.
• Excel Templates and Case Information. Online access to templates for their Excel practice and case information needed to complete the Wedgewood assignments.

 

 

Language: English
Publisher: Armond Dalton Publishers, Inc.
Edition: 1st
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