Business Technology

Business and Technology

Learning Outcomes

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Business and Technology will teach you how businesses operate effectively, efficiently, and ethically and will show the critical role finance professionals play in achieving this. You’ll understand business in the context of its environment, including economic, legal, and regulatory influences on aspects like governance, employment, health and safety, data protection and security.

Syllabus

SYLLABUS

  • The purpose and types of business organisation
  • Stakeholders in business organisations
  • Political and legal factors affecting business
  • Macroeconomic factors
  • Microeconomics factors
  • Social and demographic factors
  • Technological factors
  • Environmental factors
  • Competitive factors
  • The formal and informal business organisation
  • Business organisational structure and design
  • Organisational culture in business
  • Committees in business organisations
  • Governance and social responsibility in business
  • The relationship between accounting and other business functions
  • Accounting and finance functions within business organisations
  • Principles of law and regulation governing accounting and auditing
  • The sources and purpose of internal and external financial information, provided by business
  • Financial systems, procedures and related IT applications
  • Internal controls, authorisation, security of data and compliance within business
  • Fraud and fraudulent behaviour and their prevention in business, including money laundering.
  • The impact of Financial Technology (Fintech) on accounting systems
  • Leadership, management and supervision
  • Recruitment and selection of employees
  • Individual and group behaviour in business organisations
  • Team formation, development and management
  • Motivating individuals and groups
  • Learning and training at work
  • Review and appraisal of individual performance.
  • Personal effectiveness techniques
  • Consequences of ineffectiveness at work
  • Competence frameworks and personal development
  • Sources of conflicts and techniques for conflict resolution and referral
  • Communicating in business.

Business and Technology

Association of Chartered Certified Accountants

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Business and Technology will teach you how businesses operate effectively, efficiently, and ethically and will show the critical role finance professionals play in achieving this. You’ll understand business in the context of its environment, including economic, legal, and regulatory influences on aspects like governance, employment, health and safety, data protection and security.

Learning Outcomes
Syllabus

SYLLABUS

  • The purpose and types of business organisation
  • Stakeholders in business organisations
  • Political and legal factors affecting business
  • Macroeconomic factors
  • Microeconomics factors
  • Social and demographic factors
  • Technological factors
  • Environmental factors
  • Competitive factors
  • The formal and informal business organisation
  • Business organisational structure and design
  • Organisational culture in business
  • Committees in business organisations
  • Governance and social responsibility in business
  • The relationship between accounting and other business functions
  • Accounting and finance functions within business organisations
  • Principles of law and regulation governing accounting and auditing
  • The sources and purpose of internal and external financial information, provided by business
  • Financial systems, procedures and related IT applications
  • Internal controls, authorisation, security of data and compliance within business
  • Fraud and fraudulent behaviour and their prevention in business, including money laundering.
  • The impact of Financial Technology (Fintech) on accounting systems
  • Leadership, management and supervision
  • Recruitment and selection of employees
  • Individual and group behaviour in business organisations
  • Team formation, development and management
  • Motivating individuals and groups
  • Learning and training at work
  • Review and appraisal of individual performance.
  • Personal effectiveness techniques
  • Consequences of ineffectiveness at work
  • Competence frameworks and personal development
  • Sources of conflicts and techniques for conflict resolution and referral
  • Communicating in business.

EXAM PATTERN

Exam Duration

2 hours

Passing Marks

50/100

Mode of Exam

Online

All Attempts

On Demand

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