EDEXCEL BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Business UNIT ASSIGNMENT | Unit Number | Unit Name | Credit value | 5 | Business Accounting | 10 | Name of assignment | Business Accounting - JCC Accountants Ltd (part 1) | Name of Assessor | | Start date | Completion date | Duration of assignment | Part 1 22/04/13Part 2 w/c 29/04/13Part 3 w/c 13/05/13 | 29/04/1313/05/1303/06/13 | 1 weeks 2 weeks3 weeks | Feedback date (A grade and actions for improvement will be given and recorded at this point. You can upgrade your work at the unit upgrade date, as listed opposite) | Unit upgrade date (Formative feedback and grade will be given for the entire unit at this stage. You are able to upgrade this unit at this date) | 20/05/13 | 03/06/13 | Scenario/ Vocational context | Assignment part 1 — JCC Accountants Ltd ScenarioYou have just gained the position of a trainee at JCC Accountants Ltd and your supervisor has asked you to prepare a report on the following task: (see task 1 and task 2) | Learning Outcomes for Unit | 1 Understand the purpose of accounting and the categorisation of business income and expenditure 2 Be able to prepare a cash flow forecast 3 Be able to prepare profit and loss accounts and balance sheets 4 Be able to review business performance using simple ratio analysis. | Grading criteria for unit | P1 | Describe the purpose of accounting for an organisation | P2 | Explain the difference between capital and revenue items of expenditure and income | P3 | Prepare a 12 month cash flow forecast to enable an organisation to Manage its cash | P4 | Prepare a profit and loss account and balance sheet for a given organisation | P5 | Perform ratio analysis to measure the profitability, liquidity and efficiency of a given organisation | M1 | Analyse the cash flow problems a business
75 Date: 01/12/2010 Appendix A: Capstone Project To be Completed by Team Performed To be Completed by Reviewer Comply? Requirement Define Phase: • System support and acquisition plan- initial • Functional requirements document • Data requirements document • System security and privacy plan • Internal audit plan • Project plan-updated Design Phase: • System/subsystem specifications • Database specifications • Program specifications • System support and acquisition plan- ifnal • Validation, verification, and testing plan-initial • Training plan-initial • Project plan-updated Build Phase: • Installation and conversion plan initial • Test plan • User's manual • Operations manual • Maintenance manual • Validation, verification, and testing plan-final • Training plan-final ©ITT Educational Services, Inc. by Comments Reviewer Comments
Long term and short term goals are reached one day at a time. These goals are achieved by determining values and desires. Then prioritizing commitments to fit together with the goals. (Carter, Bishop, and Kravits, 2007). Discussion will include a professional and a personal short-term and long term goal with the needed skills to achieve them, and milestones for goal achievement using effective time management.
According to Importance of project management in strategic planning article, Good Project Management is critical to keeping strategic targets on schedule. A strategic plan is usually management-driven and forward-looking. That means your strategic plan may take over three, five or ten years to achieve its goal. During that time, you need a heartbeat, or tracking method - to ensure everything is on the right course; or corrections are made at the right time to keep it on course. Any activity performed during the course of a project to ensure it remains on target is called Tactical Planning.
How is an internally generated asset arising from the development phase accounted for? (1 mark) 13. Subsequent to initial recognition how is an internally generated intangible asset measured? (1 Mark) 14. Over what period of time is an internally generated intangible asset amortised?
It is also referred to as the change kaleidoscope. The Balogun & Hope-Hailey model advocates a flexible or contingent approach to managing change and recognizes the need for an unbiased style of management. As for the long-term change, the change model that will be used is Ackerman and Anderson’s nine-step roadmap for change. The change kaleidoscope has many different areas of focus for change. The first one is time.