Accounting is a system of gathering, analysing, recording, reporting and interpreting financial information that will assist in making informed business decisions. The accounting discipline is constantly changing in response to the external environment, and is both stimulating and far-reaching.
What is the relationship between logistics and supply chain management? What factors need to be taken into account when designing a supply chain? How do you forecast your supply chain requirements? What inventory concepts do you need to know?
Business Logistics Management fifth edition covers concepts and theories relating to the movement of goods, and the coordination of the supply chain.
The business environment changes constantly, and so too must the approaches to managing a business organisation successfully. Among the plethora of management theories, each proposing that it provides the best solution to optimising an organisation.
This edition continues the theme of using Excel as a computational tool to perform statistical analysis. While all statistical functions have been adjusted to the Excel (2013) format, the statistical output remains unchanged.
A quick glance at the book might not reveal many changes, but a number of significant changes have in fact been made. Many chapters have been restructured to address topics that were missing from the first and second edition, whilst some small topics have been excluded to more finely focus on the key issues.
Economics for South African students is a comprehensive introduction to economics in general, set against a contemporary South African background. The easy style and many practical examples make this publication extremely accessible.
The ability to communicate well is a key marker of success in any environment, particularly in the world of business. The second edition of Communication: A hands-on approach focuses on different forms of communication, emphasising writing as a communication tool, particularly within the business environment.
Corporate Finance: A South African perspective 2e takes a fresh principles-based approach to the study of financial management. It is aimed at second and third-year students following courses in financial management in BCom or BBusSc degree programmes.
Supply Chain Management provides a practical framework for students and demonstrates how firms manage the enterprise-wide functions of supply in today's business environment. The textbook covers discussions around current supply chain issues from South African and southern African contexts.