What is Strategic Position by Johnson, Scholes and Whittington

what is strategic position

What is Strategic Position STATES an Analysis or Assessment of the Strategic Position of the entity i.e the first element of Strategic Management by Johnson, Scholes and Whittington. Elements of Strategic Management Johnson, Scholes and Whittington STATE that Strategic Management consists of three elements: What is Strategic Position? ‘Strategic Position’ … Read More

Three Levels of Planning in Management by R N Anthony

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The three Levels of Planning in Management by R N Anthony are Strategic, Tactical and Operational. Levels of Planning in Management Planning is a HIERARCHICAL activity, linking strategic planning at the top with detailed operational planning at the bottom. Strategic plans set a framework and guidelines within which more detailed … Read More

What is Corporate Level Strategy and Why It is Important?

what is corporate level strategy

The underlying article EXPLAINS What is Corporate Level Strategy i.e. the strategy which clarifies what businesses should we (an entity) be in? What is Corporate Level Strategy? ‘Corporate Strategy’ is concerned with DECIDING which business or businesses an entity should be in and setting targets for the achievement of the … Read More

IFRS 15 Warranty: Meaning, Types and Accounting

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IFRS 15 Warranty concept STATES the Warranty Classification EITHER as ‘Service Type‘ (a service in addition to the assurance), or ‘Assurance Type‘ (the assurance that the product will function as specified). IFRS 15 Warranty – Types and Accounting In determining the ‘CLASSIFICATION’ of a Warranty, an entity considers: Service Type Assurance Type … Read More

Variable Consideration IFRS 15: Definition and Accounting

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Variable Consideration IFRS 15 REFERS to the portion of the ‘transaction price’ that depends on uncertain future events, i.e. Performance Obligations, Warranties, Discounts, and Other Incentives that May AFFECT the final payment received by the seller. IFRS 15 [Revenue from Contracts with Customers] ESTABLISHES the criteria of ‘Revenue Recognition‘, effective from … Read More

IFRS 15 Illustrative Examples (Types): Revenue Recognition

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IFRS 15 Illustrative Examples PROVIDE a general overview of the types of examples included in International Financial Reporting Standard. IFRS 15 provides GUIDANCE on recognizing revenue from contracts with customers. IFRS 15 Illustrative Examples [Scenarios] (a) Sale of GoodsIllustrations related to the sale of physical goods, such as the recognition … Read More

Equity Instruments IFRS 9: Definition and Accounting

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Equity Instruments IFRS 9 concept that STATES ‘Equity Investments’ to be measured at fair value in the Balance Sheet, with value changes recognized in Profit or Loss, EXCEPT for those equity investments for which the entity has elected to present value changes in OCI. Equity Instruments IFRS 9 – Accounting … Read More

Classification of Financial Assets IFRS 9: Three Categories

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Classification of Financial Assets IFRS 9 a concept that STATES Financial Assets are classified into Amortized Cost, Fair Value through Other Comprehensive Income, and Fair Value through Profit or Loss, EITHER as Debt Investment or Equity Investment. What is Financial Asset? IFRS 9 DEFINES Financial Asset as any asset that is: … Read More

Fair Value through Other Comprehensive Income: Accounting

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Fair Value through Other Comprehensive Income STATES that ‘Financial Assets’ are classified and measured if they are held in a Business Model whose objective is achieved by BOTH collecting contractual cash flows and selling financial assets. IFRS 9 – Financial Assets at Fair Value through Other Comprehensive Income (FVOCI) 1. … Read More