Company''s current performance

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This assessment will require you to conduct financial statement analysis based on your financial ratio calculations as well as your observation about the company executives' ethical behaviour and the level of quality of the corporate social responsibility reporting by the company as well as the adequacy of the company's current performance measurement system. You will have real world information included in a case study provided by the course convenor, which will be loaded onto the 7901AFE 
You will use basic functions within an Excel spreadsheet (or equivalent software spreadsheet) to calculate financial ratios [the ratio formulae to perform the calculations are provided for you in chapters 7, 8 and 9 of Cunningham et al (2012) (i.e., the textbook)] and to conduct financial statement analyses and to consider the market impact of the company executives' ethical behaviour and to evaluate the level of quality of the corporate social responsibility reporting, which should reflect on the adequacy of the company's current performance measurement system to disclose such level of quality reporting. This reflection should include a discussion that identifies whether the current performance measurement system focus is from a functional, activity and strategic-based responsibility reporting perspective. Such a reflection should provide you with some guidance as to the adequacy, or inadequacy, of the focus for the current performance measurement system; that is, is a strategic-based performance measurement system (such as the balanced scorecard) used currently. You need to use these analyses in the body of your report to formulate your conclusions and recommendations about a potential investment decision by the company that are supported by your analysis. 
The assignment covers all material relating to week six to week eleven of seminars (i.e., from Topic F: Management Control & Performance Measurement up to and including Topic K: Cash Flow Statement Analysis) and will assess your understanding of calculations needed for financial ratios and their practical application to financial statement analysis. The questions will address practical as well as theoretical issues. The assignment will be completed using basic functions within an Excel spreadsheet to calculate financial ratios. The spreadsheet analysis of the financial ratios as well as the analysis of current strategic performance measurement system to disclose such level of quality reporting of the 'triple bottom line' information will assist you with th ese analyses in your business plan, your conclusions and recommendations.

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