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18 New/Updated Items Found: New/Updated Item  New/Updated Item  |   Popular Item  Popular Item

Title (click on title for details)Author(s)PagesTNSettingFunctional AreaLevelEP
Abbington Health Care New/Updated Item
A basic breakeven analysis with multiple products
Young, David W.
3 No
Healthcare Management
Management Accounting
BEG Add
Albergo del Mare New/Updated Item
A relatively simple introductory financial accounting case. New information has come to light that indicates the original set of financial statements is incorrect. Students must make the corrections. There is a curve ball that confuses many students and makes for a good learning experience. The same case as Oceanside Inn.
Young, David W.
2 No
For Profit
Financial Accounting
BEG Add
Carleton Fire Department New/Updated Item
Discusses non-financial performance measurement in a nonprofit organization -- in this case a fire department. Students must determine the measures that are valid and useful and then assess how to use them.
Young, David W.
5 Yes
Nonprofit
Management Control Systems
BEG Add
Giovanni Wallerts New/Updated Item
A relatively simple case that requires students to prepare a statement of cash flows. Contains the tricky entry of a gain on a sale of an asset. Also emphasizes the importance of the depreciation-add-back in the SCF
Young, David W.
1 Yes
For Profit
Financial Accounting
BEG Add
Import Distributors New/Updated Item
A differential cost/revenue analysis associated with the decision to keep a product line that is losing money on a full-cost basis.
Young, David W.
2 Yes
For Profit
Management Accounting
BEG Add
LCC Labs New/Updated Item Popular Item
A case similar to the well-known Liquid Chemical Company case. Requires students to assess the implications of a complicated outsourcing decision.
Young, David W.
2 Yes
For Profit
Management Accounting
INT Add
New Wave Hair Salon (A) New/Updated Item
The manager of a hair salon is building a budget for the upcoming year. There are many assumptions being made, including how the stylists will respond to monetary incentives.
Young, David W.
2 Yes
For Profit
Management Accounting
Management Control Systems
Organizational Behavior
BEG Add
North Lake Medical Center New/Updated Item Popular Item
A medical center is building a budget using five "cost drivers" (case mix, volume, resources per case, variable cost per resource unit, and fixed costs). The drivers must be linked, such that when a clinical care department orders a test from the laboratory, the laboratory's budget is affected. An important issue is the nature of the design of the organization's responsibility centers.
Young, David W.
11 Yes
Healthcare Management
Management Accounting
Management Control Systems
INT Add
Note on Intangible Assets and Corporate Strategy New/Updated Item
Presents a framework for assessing and analyzing an organization's intangible assets. Combines Porter's Five-Forces framework with a framework developed by the Financial Accounting Standards Board to provide students with an ability to put intangible assets into a strategic context.
Young, David W.
15 No
For Profit
Finance/Financial Management
General Management
Organizational Behavior
INT Add
Note on Operational Budgeting New/Updated Item
Discusses an approach to budgeting that links the budgetary process with an organization's strategy, programs, and organizational structure. Identifies several "budgeting misfits;" i.e., places where the budgeting process does not fit well with other organizational activities.
Young, David W.
25 No
For Profit
Management Control Systems
INT Add
Note on The Seven Leadership Levers Used by Successful Managers New/Updated Item
Discusses the role of severn "leadership levers" that a manager can use to lead help his/her organization achieve success. The levers comprise (1) strategy formulation, (20 authority and influence, (3) management control, (4) motivation, (5) conflict management, (6) culture management, and (7) customer management.
Young, David W.
21 No
For Profit
Nonprofit
General Management
Management Control Systems
Marketing
Organizational Behavior
INT Add
Note on the Technical Aspects of Programming in Nonprofit Organizations New/Updated Item
Discusses the technical issues inherent in the programming phase of the management control process. Includes the importance of undertaking a benefit-cost analysis when some of the benefits may not be easily quantified. Also discusses techniques for "quantifying the value of a human being."
Young, David W.
17 No
Nonprofit
Nonprofit Organization Management
Public Sector Management
Finance/Financial Management
Management Control Systems
INT Add
Note on Total Quality Management, and the Contribution of the Quality Theorists New/Updated Item
Discusses the contribution of several "quality theorists" to the field of total quality management
Heineke, Janelle
6 No
For Profit
Nonprofit
Nonprofit Organization Management
Operations Management
BEG Add
Pacific Park School (A) New/Updated Item
A relatively simple case in preparing a budget for a school's summer camp program. Requires students to think about how to deal with capital improvements and whether a financial surplus is appropriate.
Young, David W.
2 Yes
Nonprofit
Nonprofit Organization Management
Management Accounting
Management Control Systems
BEG Add
Pacific Park School (B) New/Updated Item
A follow on to the (A) case. Requires students to prepare a variance analysis to explain why the budgeted surplus was not attained.
Young, David W.
2 Yes
Nonprofit
Management Control Systems
BEG Add
Padovani Press New/Updated Item
A company is moving, and is selling some of its assets and acquiring new ones. There are a variety of somewhat sophisticated accounting transactions that are needed to account for the activities.
Young, David W.
2 No
For Profit
Financial Accounting
BEG Add
Stampa Francesca New/Updated Item
A basic case on financial accounting that requires students to use a series of pretty simple economic events to record transactions and prepare a balance sheet and income statement.
Young, David W.
1 Yes
For Profit
Financial Accounting
BEG Add
White Mountain Health Care New/Updated Item
A case that links strategy with management control. It is set in a department of surgery in a major medical center that is working in a capitation system. The chief of surgery must be concerned about resource use, motivation, conflict management, and a variety of other tricky management issues. He also must worry about balancing clinical care activities with research and education.
Young, David W.
22 Yes
Healthcare Management
Management Control Systems
INT Add