This unit equips candidates with the financial management skills and tools to analyse, interpret, and act upon the accounting and financial information produced within an organisation. The unit covers different types of financial information and how this can be utilised to generate insights about organisational performance, position and risk as well as make management decisions that generate economic value. Real life complexities in the performance evaluation and decision making process are also discussed, along with limitations relating to the individual approaches and techniques presented.
5 days, 9am-5pm
individual assignment 1 (20%); individual assignment 2 (30%); final exam (50%)
This unit is only available to students enrolled in the Master of Management.
This unit is appropriate for candidates with no prior knowledge of accounting and financial management.
MMGT6003 or MMGT6017