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Title:Veščine uspešnih računovodij ter komuniciranje kot pomembna kompetenca
Authors:ID Štancer, Maruša (Author)
ID Primec, Andreja (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf VS_Stancer_Marusa_2023.pdf (958,09 KB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:EPF - Faculty of Business and Economics
Abstract:Ko pomislimo na poklic računovodje, si pogosto najprej predstavljamo nadzorovanje denarnih transakcij, shranjevanje in analiziranje finančnih informacij ter obdelavo ogromnih količin podatkov. Vse to so ključne naloge računovodij, a vendar pogosto spregledamo veščino, brez katere se tega poklica ne da opravljati. To je komuniciranje, ki je nujno za posredovanje informacij, kar pa je glavni namen računovodstva. Zaradi nenehnega zviševanja standardov, razvoja tehnologij in pričakovanj se morajo računovodje konstantno izobraževati in nadgrajevati svoje splošne in specifične kompetence, vključno z veščino komuniciranja. V empiričnem delu diplomskega dela smo s pomočjo anketnega vprašalnika raziskali, ali računovodje upoštevajo Kodeks poklicne etike računovodij, katere so veščine uspešnih računovodij ter ali le-ti obiskujejo dodatna izobraževanja in tečaje za izboljšanje svojih kompetenc. V anketi je sodelovalo 42 udeležencev, ki smo jih naključno izbrali s pomočjo spleta. Vsi udeleženci so izključno iz računovodske stroke. Ugotovili smo, da računovodje pri svojem delu aktivno upoštevajo Kodeks poklicne etike računovodij, vendar pa ne vedo, kaj vse točno vsebuje. Raziskava je pokazala, da se večina računovodij udeležuje dodatnih izobraževanj in tečajev za izboljšanje svojih delovnih kompetenc.
Keywords:računovodstvo, komuniciranje, kompetence, uspešne računovodje
Place of publishing:Maribor
Publisher:M. Štancer
Year of publishing:2023
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-85045-49428506-883b-347f-becb-f21aa666abaf New window
UDC:657
COBISS.SI-ID:170554115 New window
Publication date in DKUM:02.11.2023
Views:184
Downloads:21
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Licensing start date:17.08.2023

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Language:English
Title:Skills of successful accountants and communication as an important competence
Abstract:When we think of the accounting profession, we often imagine overseeing monetary transactions, storing and analyzing financial information, and dealing with large amounts of data. All these are the key tasks of accountants, but we often overlook the skill without which the profession cannot be done. It is communication that is necessary to convey information, which is the main purpose of accounting. The standards and new technologies are constantly evolving, and the expectations are becoming higher, therefore accountants must regularly educate themselves and upgrade their general and specific skills, including communication skills. In the empirical part of the thesis, compliance with the Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants using a questionnaire was researched, the skills of successful accountants were presented, and their need to attend additional training and courses to improve their competencies. 42 people whom we randomly selected with the help of the internet participated in the survey. They were all accountants. We found that all of them actively follow the Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants, but they are not fully aware of what exactly it contains. The survey showed that most accountants attend additional training and courses to improve their work competencies.
Keywords:accounting, communication, skills, successful accountants


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