SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND GOVERNANCE
MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING PROGRAM
IT 2 / ISM 413 – CASE ANALYSIS FOR PREFINALS
1. The Case Analysis for the Prefinal Term will be done in groups, composition of which is the same with the group composition during the Midterm Case Analysis.
2. Because of the group’s composition, the case analysis will have two parts: (1) the film analysis, and (2) the minicase analysis. 3. In the Film Analysis, the group will choose between (1) Anti Trust, (2) Swordfish, and (3) Eagle Eye. Make sure that you are able to properly identify the film that you preferred before you answer the questions below. 4. The group’s analysis of the film will be based on the following questions: A. What are the manifold ethical questions addressed in the film that you chose? In what way were they presented in the film?
B. In what specific way did Nurv Company (Anti Trust); OR Government (Eagle Eye); OR Gabriel Shear and Ginger Knowles (Swordfish) fail to uphold its ethical responsibilities? C. Who, do you think, is the main character in the film? Describe the character’s contribution in solving the issue of the film.
D. What is the main problem discussed in the film? Please cite the specific scene in the film presenting the complex nature of the problem.
E. How did the film end? Explain the various processes that led to the solution of the problem. 5. The output that will be submitted will have both the questions provided and the answers of the group. 6. The second part of the case analysis is a mini-case analysis. They will be referred to the case on General Manufacturing Inc. Internal Controls Assessment (p. 336 – 7th ed of the book). 7. For the mini-case analysis, the groups are only to provide requirement letter C, which deals with Internal Control Activities.
8. In answering the mini-case analysis, the group must first provide the table summarizing the control activities and a detailed narrative for each control...