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Relevance Lost: The Rise and Fall of Management Accounting Paperback – March 1, 1991
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If auditors are just hookers with a degree, then financial accountants are then just politicians without a cause - you cannot run a business on late and averaged data from the financial perspective.
This book reminds us that knowing what things cost to make and cost to sell is what keeps a firm on the black ink side of the ledger.
Worth a read.
In the 1920's at General Motors they have been experimenting with using variances to measure how well they are doing in their manufacturing.Read more ›
If you are a management accountant this book will put your work into perspective as well as caution you about the pitfalls of doing things the way theu have always been done.
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The is a great book that everyone that is running any company that makes, distributes, sells, installs or services any kind of product would benefit from reading--provided they... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Richard Cushing
Seems like managements make the same mistakes generation after generation.Published 4 months ago by Frank Anderson
This is a classic text that discusses issues of management accounting. Every accounting major should be required to read it.Published 13 months ago by Richard P. Green II