AC310: Management Accounting, Financial Management and Organizational Control - Module 3 (Management Accounting, Budgets and Behaviour).
These notes cover the third module of the AC310 Management Accounting course at LSE which covers the following topics: Budgeting issues, the no-budgeting option, contingency theory, organisational participation, understanding how budgets impact people, and how people impact operations and capital budgets in organisations, through the lens of different organisational theories.
These notes contain comprehensive reading summaries for 15 assigned readings in word documents including important quotes from the readings. There are also a selection of practice essays written by myself and marked at 70% .
For revision purposes, there are a selection of revision sheets which summarize the main ideas of the module, a bibliography containing a list of authors, dates and relevant topic areas to memorise prior to exams, and a syllabus written to ensure you revise all the relevant topics.
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