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Value creation through work-integrated learning is phenomenal. It transfers the main learning experience from the ivory tower to our students' workplace. This creates unprecedented meaning. It releases skills training from being taught theoretically to the most valuable experience that happens on-the-job.

Also, work-integration shifts the traditional study focus from analysis to implementation. It is implementation that changes the world. This new dispensation allows students to experience that they are able to change their worlds at work.

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Ryan Kelly
Ryan Kelly, Managing Director at Copier Kings (Pvt) Ltd, Graniteside, Harare, Zimbabwe
Linkedin: Ryan Kelly

Financial management

07.2016

This has been the most interesting assignment to date. A very brief look at only one department was carried out, and immediately a major issue has been highlighted, one that if addressed, will see the department contributing significantly more going forward.

Over the next month, each department will be analysed in the same fashion, and I would not be surprised to find similar deviations from expectation.
Financial Planning 1
Ryan Kelly
Ryan Kelly, Managing Director at Copier Kings (Pvt) Ltd, Graniteside, Harare, Zimbabwe
Linkedin: Ryan Kelly

Financial management

07.2016

The assignment was an interesting one. Going into the accounts in more detail than normal has revealed that we need to act now in order to prevent issues arising down the line.

I have had interesting discussions with our accountant as a result of this course and will be changing the items that he reports on going forward to bring some of the items, such as key ratios used by potential creditors, under the spotlight. With him specifically reporting on these items, and the various managers made aware of their involvement and contributions to these ratios, for example, in the inventory ordering process, leading to excessive and obsolete stock, I think we are far better placed to financially streamline the business.
Financial Accounting