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The receivables ledger section must also co-operate with debt collection staff, by helping to prepare monthly statements and lists of aged receivables. Credit control work and the work of the debt collection staff are also closely interdependent, relying on the free exchange of information between them. The financial accounting staff responsible for the preparation of the annual accounts might rely on the management accounting staff for data about inventory records, so as to place a value on closing inventory in the accounts.

The span of control refers to the number of subordinates immediately reporting to a superior official. In other words, if a manager has five subordinates, the span of control is five. A number of factors influence the span of control. (a) A manager's capabilities limit the span of control: there are physical and mental limitations to any single manager's ability to control people and activities. (b) The nature of the manager's workload The more non-supervisory work in a manager's workload: (i) (ii) (c) The narrower the span of control The greater the delegation of authority to subordinates The geographical dispersion of subordinates: dispersed teams require more effort to supervise.

These variables are product, price, place and promotion and are known as the 4Ps. There is thus a balance to be achieved between organisational capacity and customer requirements. This balance is expressed in the marketing mix, which is the framework in which the customer and the business deal with each other. Product Customer buys satisfaction Price Place Promotion Organisation sells product Product The product element of the marketing mix is what is being sold, whether this be widgets, power stations, haircuts, holidays or financial advice.

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