||This unit introduces the context and processes of managerial accounting, with financial and non-financial information literacy to inform a resource-based view of the creation of stakeholder value. Critical business career skills of ethical behaviour in difficult situations, collaboration, problem solving, time management, persuasive communication and following instructions are fostered across the areas of cost accounting, business performance, and strategic value creation in management accounting. Through weekly 'business practicals', students get real-world like experience in addressing managerial accounting resourcing issues in organisational contexts. The unit emphasises that managerial accountants have a leadership role in engendering organisational awareness of the value of organisational resources. Students become familiar with the many kinds of managerial accounting decisions concerning the recognition, augmentation, allocation, deployment, leveraging, development, performance and value of organisation resources that shape an organisation over time. The unit is completed with a capstone case study which consolidates learning and allows students to use their new knowledge and skills gained in identifying and addressing operational and strategic issues facing organisations concerning competition, innovation and government regulation.