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4 Assess accepted evaluation measures scorecards and incentives Critically. evaluate the effectiveness of continuous improvement methods as they relate to. performance and organizational profitability , 5 Evaluate sustainable profit maximization and capacity management. objectives Ethical and privacy issues related to information technology are. included in sustainability paradigm , 6 Write present well researched and justified professional reports individually and in. groups , 7 Provide recommendations including prioritizing in formal business reports using an. appropriate business style format , Cases although not exclusively are the primary method to demonstrate achievement of above. learning objectives outcomes in this course ,Required Textbook Materials .
Management Control Systems and Performance Measurement Evaluation and Incentives . By Kenneth A Merchant and Wim A Vander Stede 3rd Ed Pearson 2012 . Cost in book store 119 less 5 , Selected practitioner and academic Management Accounting articles List posted on cuLearn . Download from Carleton library ,Course Supplement distributed in class . Other Handouts and or readings may be provided or posted on cuLearn If you are absent from. class it is your responsibility to obtain missed handouts . Reference Texts on reserve in library , Learning with Cases by Mauffette Leenders Erskine and Leenders 4th Edition Ivey School of. Business Publishing 2007 , Competitive Strategy Techniques for Analyzing Industries and Competitors by M E Porter 1st . Edition Free Press 1980 , Managerial Accounting and Control Cases and Readings by Mimick and Kantor Prentice Hall .
1985 , Any comprehensive management accounting textbook E g Cost Accounting by Horngren et al . Business Communication by Huseman et al Holt Rinehart and Winston 1983 Especially Ch . 10 , Case Studies in Business Ethics by Donaldson and Gini 2nd Edition Prentice Hall 1990 . Strategies for Power Presentations by P Urs Bender 5th Edition . BUSI 4008 F13 Page 2, TEACHING METHODS , This course encompasses assigned readings case analyses case presentations and. discussions in class and a group project Students are expected to read the assigned. chapter s to discuss the assigned cases in groups before each class and prepare written. analyses and presentation of the selected cases The cases are then discussed in class to. highlight and clarify key concepts , The primary role of the instructor in this course is to facilitate student learning by helping. students understand and apply key concepts and by providing them with regular feedback on. their progress It should be emphasized that diligent independent preparation of cases before. class and active participation in class discussions are crucial to the development of effective. problem solving and communication skills in this field and to perform well in the course . EVALUATION METHODS ,Description Percent Available,Class participation 10 .
Group Project Report Proposal 5 ,Group Case summary outlines 2x5 10 . Group Presentation Case 10 ,Individual Hand in Case CTI 5 . Group Project Report 20 ,Final Exam 40 ,Total Available 100 . Class Participation Participative activities or exercises are conducted periodically in class . some in small groups and may require brief written answers to be handed in Marks are not. awarded for mere class attendance active participation in these activities and class in general is. expected Both the quantity and quality of your participation to the class will be considered . Case summary outlines For any TWO class cases non cases on the schedule hand in a. completed Case Summary Outline before the start of class for which the case is assigned The. analysis should be in brief point format and fit on one page If applicable however you may. attach the assessment of alternatives chart on a separate page Each group member must also. sign a declaration of academic integrity and attach a copy to each outline . Presentation Case Case presentations should take 15 20 minutes They should contain the. highlights of the case analysis in an organized manner All group members should participate. in the presentations You may organize your presentation using one of the following formats . BUSI 4008 F13 Page 3, 1 management consultants presenting to upper management 2 internal management. presenting to the Senior officers Board of Directors 3 key stakeholders engaged in a role. play e g at management or board meeting 4 debate between opposing individuals or. groups on key issues One group will be assigned to critique each presentation and. presentations are also evaluated by all other groups . Project Report Project reports are comprehensive written reports of management control. issues of a selected organization completed in groups The reports should be 10 12 pages. in length double spaced excluding major tables exhibits a n d appendices and are. professional in style and format Select an organization from any field e g financial . manufacturing merchandising computers services nonprofit or government Ideally at. least one group member is familiar w i t h t h e c o m p a n y or for which relevant information. is publicly available In writing the final report assume the role of independent management. consultants The reports are evaluated for both content and style Additional guidelines will. be posted on the course CuLearn , Group Project Report proposal a one page written project outline for approval by the.
professor It should indicate , 1 Name and approximate size of company e g number of employees . 2 Any personal contacts group members may have with the company. 3 Type of relevant information available e g financial and or nonfinancial data . 4 How you plan to access this information e g public data and or internal data . Final Exam Case The final exam is a comprehensive case requiring a significant degree of. application and i n t e g r a t i o n of the material covered in the course Three hours are. allowed for the completion of the case A minimum mark of 45 percent must be obtained. on it in order to pass the course ,GRADING POLICY . No make up assignments are available for any term work including participation . missed for any reason Providing that a student has demonstrated satisfactory in term. performance the weight of a major component missed for documented medical reasons. but not class participation w i l l be transferred to the final case examination The. criteria and standards for satisfactory in term performance are as follows . 1 Completion of at least 50 of all term work and obtaining a minimum average grade. of 50 on all term work , 2 Unsatisfactory i n term performance in this course will lead to Failure in this course . regardless of the performance on the Final Exam or project . Each group member must a l s o complete and hand in a confidential peer evaluation form. available on cuLearn for each member of his her group covering all group work Unless. specifically otherwise documented the assumption is that each student has contributed. equally to all group work in this course including the cases and project In cases of. significantly different evaluations for a group member the professor may contact the group. members for additional information or request a meeting with all group members in order. to ensure a fair allocation of group marks , Each group member must also sign a declaration of academic integrity form. available on cuLearn and attach a copy to each report handed in for grading . BUSI 4008 F13 Page 4, Schedule Due Dates Tentative .
DATE TOPIC Readings CASES Due Dates, Sept The CONTROL function of Ch 1 Management Control. 10 11 Management Course Supplement, 1 pg case summary outline. Sept Management CONTROL Ch 16 Effects of Uncertainty Atlanta Home Loans p 22 . 17 18 Environment Strategy Multinationality on, CONTROL systems Outcomes Lincoln Electric p 709 . Sept Types of CONTROLS Ch 2 Results Controls Loctite de Mexico p 55 . 24 25 Ch 3 ACTION Personnel Puente Hills Toyota p 61 . Cultural Controls, Oct 1 2 Behavioural Considerations Ch 4 Control Lincoln Electric p 160 . Tightness Looseness, Ch 5 Control System Costs Fit Food Inc p 203 .
Oct 8 9 Design and Evaluation of Ch 6 Designing Evaluating Family Care Specialists p 239 . CONTROL Systems Mgmt Control Systems Game Shop Inc p 229 . Oct Financial Results Ch 7 Responsibility Centres and Global Investors Inc p 295 . 15 16 CONTROLS Transfer Pricing TP Toyota Motor Sales USA p 283 . Readings, Oct Planning and Reward Ch 8 Planning budgeting Citibank Indonesia p 323 . 22 23 Systems Ch 9 Incentive Systems Tsinghua Tongfang Co Ltd p 397 . ESO article, Oct Fall Break No Classes, 29 30, Nov 5 6 Performance Measurement Ch 10 Financial Perf Measures Berkshire Industries p 439 . Issues Their Effects and Effects First Commonwealth Financial. Ch 11 Myopia Problem BSC 466 , Nov Non Financial Performance Ch 12 Financial Results Controls Beifang Chuang Ye Vehicle Group. 12 13 Measurement in the Presence of Uncontrollable p 527 . Factors Hoffman Discount Drugs p 529 , Nov Corporate Governance Ch 13 Corporate Governance Golden Parachutes p 574 . 19 20 CONTROL Ethics Boards Pacific Sunwear p 578 . Readings CTI case Due, Nov Ch 14 Controllers and Auditors Two budget targets p 670 .
26 27 Ch 15 Ethical Issues Conservative Accounting p 670 . Lernout Hauspie Speech, Products p 875 , Dec 3 4 Management CONTROL in Ch 17 Management Control in Boston Lyric Opera p 770 . Non Profit Organizations Non Profit Organizations City of Yorba Linda CA p 750 . Note CASES in bold can be chosen for group presentations by groups 10 only Other CASES. may be used as summary outline cases to hand in , BUSI 4008 F13 Page 5. IMPORTANT ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND DATES,Required calculator in BUSI course examinations. If you are purchasing a calculator we recommend any one of the following options Texas. Instruments BA II Plus including Pro Model Hewlett Packard HP 12C including Platinum. model Staples Financial Calculator Sharp EL 738C Hewlett Packard HP 10bII. Group work, The Sprott School of Business encourages group assignments in the school for several reasons . They provide you with opportunities to develop and enhance interpersonal communication . leadership follower ship and other group skills Group assignments are also good for learning. integrative skills for putting together a complex task Your professor may assign one or more. group tasks assignments projects in this course Before embarking on a specific problem as a. group it is your responsibility to ensure that the problem is meant to be a group assignment and. not an individual one ,Medical certificate, Please note that in all occasions that call for a medical certificate you must use or furnish the.
information demanded in the standard university form . http www1 carleton ca registrar forms , In accordance with the Carleton University Undergraduate Calendar p 34 the letter grades. assigned in this course will have the following percentage equivalents . A 90 100 B 77 79 C 67 69 D 57 59,A 85 89 B 73 76 C 63 66 D 53 56. A 80 84 B 70 72 C 60 62 D 50 52,F Below 50 WDN Withdrawn from the course. ABS Student absent from final exam,DEF Deferred See above . FND Failed no Deferred Student could not pass the course even with 100 on final exam. Academic Regulations Accommodations Plagiarism Etc . University rules regarding registration withdrawal appealing marks and most anything else you. might need to know can be found on the university s website here . http calendar carleton ca undergrad regulations academicregulationsoftheuniversity . Requests for Academic Accommodations, Academic Accommodations for Students with Disabilities.
The Paul Menton Centre for Students with Disabilities PMC provides services to. students with Learning Disabilities LD psychiatric mental health disabilities Attention. Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ADHD Autism Spectrum Disorders ASD chronic. medical conditions and impairments in mobility hearing and vision If you have a. BUSI 4008 F13 Page 6, disability requiring academic accommodations in this course please contact PMC at 613 . 520 6608 or pmc carleton ca for a formal evaluation If you are already registered with. the PMC contact your PMC coordinator to send me your Letter of Accommodation at. the beginning of the term and no later than two weeks before the first in class scheduled. test or exam requiring accommodation if applicable After requesting accommodation. from PMC meet with me to ensure accommodation arrangements are made Please. consult the PMC website for the deadline to request accommodations for the formally . scheduled exam if applicable , The deadlines for contacting the Paul Menton Centre regarding accommodation for final. exams for the December 2013 exam period is November 8 2013 and for the April 2014. exam period is March 7 2014 , For Religious Obligations . Students requesting academic accommodation on the basis of religious obligation should. make a formal written request to their instructors for alternate dates and or means of. satisfying academic requirements Such requests should be made during the first two. weeks of class or as soon as possible after the need for accommodation is known to exist . but no later than two weeks before the compulsory event . Accommodation is to be worked out directly and on an individual basis between the. student and the instructor s involved Instructors will make accommodations in a way. that avoids academic disadvantage to the student . Students or instructors who have questions or want to confirm accommodation eligibility. of a religious event or practice may refer to the Equity Services website for a list of holy. days and Carleton s Academic Accommodation policies or may contact an Equity. Services Advisor in the Equity Services Department for assistance . For Pregnancy , Pregnant students requiring academic accommodations are encouraged to contact an. Equity Advisor in Equity Services to complete a letter of accommodation The student. must then make an appointment to discuss her needs with the instructor at least two. weeks prior to the first academic event in which it is anticipated the accommodation will. be required ,Academic Integrity, Violations of academic integrity are a serious academic offence Violations of academic integrity.
presenting another s ideas arguments words or images as your own using unauthorized. material misrepresentation fabricating or misrepresenting research data unauthorized co . BUSI 4008 F13 Page 7, operation or collaboration or completing work for another student weaken the quality of the. degree and will not be tolerated Penalties may include expulsion suspension from all studies at. Carleton suspension from full time studies a refusal of permission to continue or to register in a. specific degree program academic probation and a grade of Failure in the course amongst. others Students are expected to familiarize themselves with and follow the Carleton University. Student Academic Integrity Policy which is available along with resources for compliance. athttp www2 carleton ca sasc advisingcentre academic integrity . Assistance for Students , Student Academic Success Centre SASC www carleton ca sasc. Writing Tutorial Services http www1 carleton ca sasc writing tutorial service . Peer Assisted Study Sessions PASS www carleton ca sasc peer assisted study sessions. Important Information , Students must always retain a hard copy of all work that is submitted . All final grades are subject to the Dean s approval . Please note that you will be able to link your CONNECT MyCarleton account to other non . CONNECT accounts and receive emails from us However for us to respond to your emails . we need to see your full name CU ID and the email must be written from your valid. CONNECT address Therefore it would be easier to respond to your inquiries if you would. send all email from your connect account If you do not have or have yet to activate this. account you may wish to do so by visiting https portal carleton ca . Fall Term 2013, Date Activity,September 1 , Last day for receipt of applications from potential fall November graduates . 2013,September 2 , Statutory holiday University closed .
2013,September 3 , Fall term begins Orientation for teaching assistants . 2013, Academic Orientation All students are expected to be on campus Class and. September 3 4 , laboratory preparations departmental introductions for students and other. 2013, academic preparation activities will be held . September 5 Fall and fall winter classes begin ,BUSI 4008 F13 Page 8.
Date Activity,2013, Last day of registration for fall term and fall winter courses Last day to change. September 18 courses or sections including auditing for fall winter and fall term courses . 2013 Last day of registration for fall term and fall winter courses Last day to change. courses or sections including auditing for fall winter and fall term courses . September 27 Summer deferred final examinations to be written Summer deferred final. 28 2013 examinations to be written , September 30 Last day to withdraw from fall term and fall winter courses with a full fee. 2013 adjustment , October 11 December examination schedule fall term final and fall winter mid terms . 2013 available online ,October 14 , Statutory holiday University closed . 2013, Last day for receipt of applications for admission to a degree program for the.
October 15 , winter term from applicants whose documents originate from outside Canada. 2013, or the United States ,October 28 ,November 1 Fall break no classes . 2013, November 8 Last day to submit to the Paul Menton Centre for Students with Disabilities . 2013 Formal Examination Accommodation Forms for December examinations . November 15 Last day for receipt of applications for admission to a degree program for the. 2013 winter term , Last day for tests or examinations in courses below the 4000 level before the. November 25 , final examination period see Examination Regulations in the Academic.
2013, Regulations of the University section of this Calendar . December 1 , Last day for receipt of applications from potential winter February graduates . 2013, Fall term ends Last day of fall term classes Last day for academic withdrawal. from fall term courses Last day for handing in term work and the last day that. December 9 , can be specified by a course instructor as a due date for term work for fall term. 2013, courses Last day for receipt of applications for degree program transfers for.
winter term ,December 10 , No classes or examinations take place . 2013, Final examinations in fall term courses and mid term examinations in. December 11 , fall winter courses may be held Examinations are normally held all seven days. 22 2013, of the week ,December 16 , Fall Co op Work Term Reports due Fall Co op Work Term Reports due . 2013,December 22 , All take home examinations are due All take home examinations are due .
2013,December 25 University closed ,BUSI 4008 F13 Page 9. Date Activity,2013 to January,1 2014,Winter Term 2014. Date Activity,January 2 , University re opens ,2014. January 6 , Winter term classes begin ,2014, January 17 Last day for registration for winter term courses Last day to change courses or. 2014 sections including auditing for winter term courses . January 31 Last day for withdrawal from winter term and winter portion of fall winter courses. 2014 with full fee adjustment , February 1 Last day for receipt of applications for admission to the Bachelor of Architectural.
2014 Studies and the Bachelor of Social Work degree programs for the fall winter session . February, April examination schedule available online . 14 2014,February, 14 22 Fall term deferred examinations will be written . 2014,February, Statutory holiday University closed . 17 2014,February,17 21 Winter Break no classes ,2014. Last day for receipt of applications from potential Spring June graduates Last day. for receipt of applications to the Bachelor of Humanities Bachelor of Industrial. March 1 Design Bachelor of Information Technology Interactive Multimedia and Design . 2014 Bachelor of Journalism and the Bachelor of Music degree program for the. fall winter session Last day for receipt of applications for admission to a program. for the summer term , March 7 Last day to submit to the Paul Menton Centre for Students with Disabilities Formal.
2014 Examination Accommodation Forms for April examinations . Last day for tests or examinations in courses below the 4000 level before the final. March 25 , examination period see Examination Regulations in the Academic Regulations of. 2014, the University section of this Calendar , Last day for receipt of applications for admission to an undergraduate degree. April 1 program for the fall winter session from candidates whose documents originate. 2014 outside Canada or the United States except for applications due February 1 or. March 1 , April 8 Winter term ends Last day of fall winter and winter term classes Last day for. BUSI 4008 F13 Page 10, Date Activity, 2014 academic withdrawal from fall winter and winter term courses Last day for handing. in term work and the last day that can be specified by a course instructor as a due. date for term work for fall winter and winter term courses . April 9 10 , No classes or examinations take place .
2014, Final examinations in winter term and fall winter courses may be held . April 11 26 , Examinations are normally held all seven days of the week Please note that. 2014, examinations will not be held on April 18 20 . April 15 , Winter Co op Work Term Reports are due . 2014,April 18 , Statutory holiday University closed .
2014,April 26 , All take home examinations are due on this day . 2014, May 1 Last day for receipt of applications for internal degree transfers to allow for. 2014 registration for the summer session , Last day for receipt of applications for admission to an undergraduate program for. the fall winter session from mature applicants from those presenting post . June 1 secondary education qualifications and from those transferring from other. 2014 universities in Canada or the United States and from applicants with high school. qualifications from Canada and the United States except for applications due March. 1 ,June 9 19 , Fall winter and winter term deferred final examinations will be held . 2014, June 15 Last day for receipt of applications for internal degree transfers to allow for.
2014 registration for the 2013 2014 fall winter session .


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