2. Identify the tools for management accounting: elaborate the company’s organizational and analytical framework, classify the charges according to their traceability and according to their variation mode, define a typology of costs from the accounting perspective;
3. Examine the resources according to their distribution in time and their use. Switch from an accounting perspective to an economic perspective;
4. Determine the break-even point and practice the Cost-Volume-Profit analysis;
5. Identify the different approaches to costing: full and partial costing;
6. Examine the various methods of cost allocation according to their destination: homogeneous sections method; increase and division methods, Activity-Based Costing method;
7. Analysis of individual cases: purchasing, production, sales, work in process, waste, by-product, packaging, etc.
8. Introduce budget control (budgets, standard costing and deviations analysis);
9. Develop scorecards for measuring performance.
At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
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