This is from the "Accounting Makes Cents" podcast episode #21 released on Monday, 5 September 2022. In this episode, we’re going to discuss Porter’s Diamond model, which is a theory highlighting a nation’s competitive advantages in the international market. But we are going to put a twist to it by talking about it in Game … Continue reading The Diamond and the Saga of the Throne Continues
This is from the "Accounting Makes Cents" podcast episode #20 released on Monday, 22 August 2022. In today’s episode, our main topic is Mendelow’s Matrix, which is a mapping based on the power and interest that a stakeholder has over a business. To make it interesting, we’re going to try and put it into a … Continue reading The Coffee House and the Mendelow’s Matrix
Hi Tutor MJ I failed P1 twice now. The last time was back in April with a score of 95. It was extremely frustrating to know that I got far but just not far enough. I self-studied with **bleep bleep** (another tuition provider), whose material was too detailed, it added to much confusion on my part. … Continue reading Is it Wise to Switch Subjects after Failing?
The title of this post is a dead giveaway. If you haven't guessed it by now, I'm a big Game of Thrones (GOT) enthusiast. And with the last episodes of the final season airing on TV the next few weeks, I've decided to dedicate a post to the fight for the Throne. If you're a … Continue reading PESTEL and the Game of Thrones
No, I have not decided to turn my blog into a recipe piece. Everyone who knows me will know that I'm as un-domesticated as one can get, so really, today's topic is not about something in the kitchen but more to do with discipline and how to dish it out. (Yep, I can't cook to … Continue reading Ouch to the Hot Stove Rule!