Main Functions of Management

There are four main functions of management. 1. Planning. 2. Organizing. 3. Leading. 4. Controlling. Planning. Planning is an important managerial function. It provides the design of a desired future state and the means of bringing about that future state to accomplish the organization’s objectives. In other words, planning is the process of thinking before […]

Management and Financial Accounting

Accounting is usually seen as having two distinct strands, Management and Financial accounting. Management accounting, which seeks to meet the needs of managers and Financial accounting, which seeks to meet the accounting needs of all of the other users. The differences between the two types of accounting reflect the different user groups that they address. […]

NXLog open source log management

In idea NXLog is comparable to syslog-ng or rsyslog but it’s not limited to unix and syslog only. It facilitates various platforms, log options and formats so NXLog CE log management tool is an perfect substitute for implement a centralized logging technique. It can collect logs from files in several formats, obtain logs from the […]

Forex Trading for Total Beginners

Stock investment, binary options, and foreign exchange (Forex) trading – these are some of the popular ways of generating additional income aside from choosing the traditional ways (building a small business or applying for a part-time work). Which do you prefer? Oh, so you’re already familiar with stock investment and binary options. You don’t mind […]

Span of Management

Also known as span of control, is a very important concept of organizing function of management. It refers to the number of subordinates that can be handled effectively by a superior in an organization. It signifies how the relations are planned between superior and subordinates in an organization. Span of management is generally categorized under […]

Uses of Audited Financial Statements

There are many uses of audited financial statements. Some of the common uses include submitting to the relevant authority such as company commission and tax offices. These are the two interested parties of these statements. Other interested parties include investors, creditors of the company and shareholders as well. So, what are the purposes of audited […]