A Smart Approach

Author: Mary Carey,Cathy Knowles,Jane Towers-Clark

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0198745133

Category: Accounting

Page: 472

View: 8213


Engaging and lively, clear and practical, this is the most applied accounting for non-specialists book whose fully integrated case study emphasises the relevance of accounting to the world of business.Sam Smart is the budding entrepreneur who forms the basis of the case study at the heart of this book. We follow Sam as he goes from starting a small business, printing sports kits for local teams, to managing a global sports business. Throughout the course of the book he assesses the success of hisbusiness, finances day to day activities, makes pricing decisions, opens new branches, looks at cash flow, and facilitates planning, control, and investment. Featured at the start of every chapter to highlight to students the implications and applications of the topic they are about to study, Samand his business provide consistency and connection.As we follow the case study, all the topics central to accounting are covered with clarity, imagination, and relevance, giving students the support they need to complete their course and exams with confidence. The wealth of additional examples and self-test exercises available alongside the casestudy enable students not only to develop an appreciation of how accounting information allows a manager to make key business decisions, but also to acquire the skills necessary to enable them to converse with accountants, and challenge their assumptions and methodologies.

Accounting: A Smart Approach

Author: Mary Carey,Cathy Knowles,Jane Towers-Clark

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199674914

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 410

View: 6254


Following the first edition's global success, Accounting: A Smart Approach has refined its fresh approach to accounting for non-specialists. The case study at its heart helps students understand the relevance of accounting within their wider studies. Engaging and lively, clear and practical, it brings accounting to life for lecturers and students.

Clinical Medical Assisting: A Professional, Field Smart Approach to the Workplace

Author: Michelle Heller

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 1305480791

Category: Medical

Page: 1008

View: 9643


More than ever before, medical assistants today must perform complex tasks, possess strong computer and patient screening skills, and communicate effectively with patients and other medical professionals. CLINICAL MEDICAL ASSISTING: A PROFESSIONAL, FIELD SMART APPROACH TO THE WORKPLACE, Second Edition, gives you the confidence to succeed in this demanding profession by thinking on a higher level, developing critical problem-solving skills, and mastering the necessary clinical competencies and technical skills. Newly organized for greater effectiveness, the Second Edition of this unique book includes new chapters on Clinical Trends in Health Care, Health Coaching and Patient Navigation, and Specialty Procedures. The new edition is also aligned and mapped to current ABHES standards and the newly approved 2015 CAAHEP standards. The book’s practical, toolbox approach, combined with in-depth electronic medical records training, will help you begin your journey to becoming a successful, professional clinical medical assistant. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Smart Business Systems for the Optimized Organization

Author: Robert J. Thierauf,James J. Hoctor

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 9781567205435

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 319

View: 7439


One of the first books to probe the latest direction in computing technology, this innovative text explores ways in which smart business systems can help pick the best, most optimal, or near-optimal solutions from among hundreds, even thousands of possibilities that threaten to swamp organizational decision makers daily. Well-illustrated with examples and discussions of typical applications in such areas as strategic planning, marketing, manufacturing, and accounting, the book will help managers at all levels tie their organization's critical success factors into its key performance indicators and financial ratios.

Leading with Passion

Change Management in the 21st-century Museum

Author: Sherene Suchy

Publisher: Rowman Altamira

ISBN: 9780759103665

Category: Art

Page: 267

View: 888


What does it take to lead the 21st-century museum? Balancing a head for business and working from the heart guided by passion! This is the message Sherene Suchy discovered in her work with more than 80 international museum directors whose thoughts and experiences ground this book on change management in 21st-century cultural organizations.

College Accounting

A Contemporary Approach

Author: M. David Haddock,John Ellis Price,Michael J. Farina

Publisher: Irwin Professional Pub

ISBN: 9780073396941

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 453

View: 9849


Our innovative approach allows you to download audio and video presentations directly onto your iPod and take learning materials with you wherever you go. Whether it's in the car, on the train, or waiting between classes---it's easy to get a quick refresher on key course content. Now review and study time is as easy as putting on headphones! Visit the Price Online Learning Center at to learn more about available iPod content. Course Smart is a new way to find and buy eTextbooks. At Course Smart you can save up to 50% of the cost of your print textbook, reduce your impact on the environment, and gain access to powerful Web tools for learning. You can search, highlight, take notes, and share with friends, as well as print the pages you need. Try a free chapter to see if it's right for you. Visit and search by title, author, or ISBN. Has your instructor chosen to use McGraw-Hill's Homework Manager system in your College Accounting class? If so, you have the option of purchasing the Homework Manager Plus system which includes an Interactive Online Version of the Textbook instead of a traditional print version. Homework Manager Plus software gives you direct access to an online edition of the text while you work assignments within the Homework Manager system. Click the "Hint" links to jump directly to relevant content in the online edition of the text.

Youtility for Accountants

Why Smart Accountants Are Helping, Not Selling (A Penguin Special from Portfolio)

Author: Jay Baer,Darren Root

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 0698165098

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 58

View: 5385


Youtility fundamentally changes how accountants and accounting firms think about marketing and their business. Jay Baer defines “Youtility” as information and resources given away for free to build awareness and trust. Youtility creates awareness, customers, and loyalty over the long-term. Due to enormous shifts in technology and consumer behavior, customers want a new approach that cuts through the clutter: marketing that is truly, inherently useful. The difference between helping and selling is just two letters, but embracing the former makes the latter much, much easier. Meticulously researched, and filled with examples of accountants and accounting firms that have accelerated their business enormously by embracing the principle of Youtility marketing, this special ebook from best selling authors Jay Baer and Darren Root provides a groundbreaking plan for using information and helpfulness to transform the relationship between companies and customers. Based on the New York Times best seller Youtility, this is the playbook for modern marketing effectiveness in the accounting industry.

Simplifying Finance and Accounting (f&a) Function

(a Practical Approach for Finance and Accounts in an Organisation)

Author: Dauji Gupta

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 9781793035158


Page: 77

View: 5520


this book is being drafted to compile all aspects of F&A team in every business together at one place to make reader more knowledgeable with F&A function in short and crisp manner. It contains the ways to manage Finance and Accounting function (F&A) in a smart and better way in every organisation. This is being prepared with professional knowledge and acquired experience of market carries with the writer. Although, this book contents F&A related information, which generally a finance professional knows very well, and may be better than this, but idea to write this book to consolidate all areas at one place and to provide platform to new-comers/ non-finance people to understand F&A function and value thereof in business.

Concepts-Based Introduction to Financial Accounting

Author: David L. Kolitz,A. B. Quinn,Gavin McAllister

Publisher: Juta and Company Ltd

ISBN: 9780702177491

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 624

View: 5386


Integrating the procedural and conceptual approaches of teaching an introductory accounting course, this reference illustrates the concepts that underpin the application of accounting theory. Utilizing the pedagogical philosophy of the concepts model, this study influences the proper order of topics as well as the teaching methods being practiced. Featuring financial extracts from listed companies and highlighting key definitions, this resource also includes updated Generally Accepted Accounting Practice statements as well as detailed exercises and examples.