Controlling Strategy: Management, Accounting, and by Christopher S. Chapman

By Christopher S. Chapman

Principles in regards to the position of administration accounting structures in a firm's process have replaced lately, and this publication explores the ways that this has occurred. administration keep an eye on platforms have usually been noticeable as beside the point to method, or perhaps harmful. Controlling procedure attracts out some of the ways that administration keep watch over platforms can construct and maintain necessary strategic roles. The publication explores themes reminiscent of: q Strategic administration q Strategic facts research q The Balanced Scorecard q Capital budgeting q procedure coordination Written as an advent to the strategic function of administration regulate structures, Controlling process offers a synthesis of present advancements within the fields of method and administration accounting. teachers and complex scholars of Accounting, technique, or administration reviews will locate the ebook an quintessential advisor to this sector.

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