THE IMPACT OF ACCOUNTANCY INFORMATION ON DECISION MAKING PROCESS

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                                                                         Abstract
The need for information is basic for concrete and explicit management decision to ensure the success and survival of an organization and since the aim of any business organization is “profitability” Accounting information is indispensable to achieving this goal. Hence, this research work studies how effective and efficient the instrument of good accounting information is in decision making in an organization. It also looks at the importance of good accounting information as it relates to maximizing the profitability target of an organization. Despite the huge information provided to the management of the selected organization, management deviates from the set objectives. The purpose of this research work is to find out the the impact of accountancy information on decision making process and to identify the cause of failures in organizational sector by providing possible solutions. Organization should eradicate weak accounting systems by making sure that every staff in the Accounts Department is co-operative and fully conscious of his or her role in the department so as to produce good accounting information.
Keywords: Accounting Information, Decision Making, Management Performance, Financial Performance


TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title page
Approval page
Dedication
Abstract
Acknowledgement
Table of contents

CHAPTER ONE
1.0 Introduction
1.1 Background of the study
1.2Statement of the problem
1.3Purpose of the study
1.4Scope and delimitation of the study
1.5Research questions
1.6Statement of hypothesis
1.7Significance of the study
1.8Historical Development of the company (ANAMMCO LTD.)

CHAPTER TWO
2.1Review of related literature
2.2 Nature and objective of accounting
2.3The value of information
2.4Characteristics of accounting information
2.5Uses of accounting information
2.6Kinds of accounting information and tools
for decision making.
2.7Summary of the related literature review.

CHAPTER THREE  METHODOLOGY
3.1Research design
3.2Area of study
3.3Population of study
3.4Sample and sampling procedures
3.5Instrument for data collection
3.6Validation of the instrument
3
.7Reliability of the instrument
3.8Method of data collection
3.9Method of data analysis

CHAPTER FOUR
Data Presentation
4.1Presentation, analysis and interpretation of data.
4.2Hypothesis testing

CHAPTER FIVE
Summary of Finding Conclusion and Recommendations
5.1Summary of findings
5.2Discussion of findings
5.3Recommendation
5.4Conclusion
5.5Implication of the study
5.6Suggestion for further study
5
.7Limitation of the study
References / bibliography
Appendix