Study material generic cover image

Summary ICAIS

Course
- ICAIS
- Roger Meuwissen, Oscar van Leeuwen
- 2019 - 2020
- Maastricht School of Management (MSM)
- IEMA
469 Flashcards & Notes
Scroll down to see the PDF preview!
  • This summary
  • +380.000 other summaries
  • A unique study tool
  • A rehearsal system for this summary
  • Studycoaching with videos
Remember faster, study better. Scientifically proven.
Trustpilot Logo

A snapshot of the summary - ICAIS

  • Lecture 1

  • Three types of information in organizations
    1. Information for delegation and accountability.

    Division of labour -> Responsibility -> Account for
    Vertical Flow

    2. Information for decision-making
    E.g. decision to purchase or design product
    Vertical Flow

    3. Information for operating the business
    E.g. sharing knowledge, coordinating activities
    Horizontal Flow
  • Decision tree spectrum of information
    See slides

  • Name the aspects of quality of information

    - Validity
    - Accuracy
    - Completeness
    - Precesion
    - Timeliness
    - Understandability
  • Risks - Business process and assets loss
    Threats form ineffective or inefficient processes for acquiring, financing, transforming, and marketing products, and loss of tangible, intangible and market-based assets.
  • What types of internal controls are there

    - Detailed checks, total checks, and partial observation
    - Direct and indirect checks
    - Formal and material checks
    - Negative and positive checks
    - Policy control
    - Standards control
    - Expectations control
    - Authority control
    - Progress control
    - Efficiency control
    - Execution control
    - Custody control
  • Information and Communication - internal control component

    - Recording of transactions
    - Matching of internal with external recordings
    - Confirmations to thirds parties
    - Communications of procedures and task assignments
    - Accountability
    - Other management reports
  • What are the two different forms of monitoring

    - Monitoring as a continuous process
    - Monitoring as separate evaluations

    Examples:
    Periodical physical stocktaking, comparing the results with the accounting records, and reporting on the differences.
  • What are the cornerstones of internal control?

    1. The steering paradigm
    2. The management cycle
    3. The basic pattern of information provision
    4. The value cycle
  • The basic pattern of information provision

    In general, each process of information provision has the same structure and consists of three parts:
    1. Input
    2. Processing - using procedures and existing data collections
    3. Output

    An information system produces information by combining input data with existing data (usually contained with computer files) according to certain procedures (usually contained within computer programs) to generate the desired output.
  • What are the segregation of duties?

    - Authorizing transactions (e.g. approving events (external party))
    - Recording transactions (record events in book of original entry)
    - Custody of resources (physically protect resources)
    - Controlling activities (checking (reconciliations, control totals, SOD)
    - Executing transactions (physically move resources)
Read the full summary
This summary. +380.000 other summaries. A unique study tool. A rehearsal system for this summary. Studycoaching with videos.