Management Accounting: Information for Decision-Making and Strategy Execution explains how business managers can estimate and manage the cost and profitability of their products and customers. This text also covers how managers use financial and nonfinancial information to improve processes, design and develop new products, and motivate employee performance.
Table of Contents
Chapter 2: The Balanced Scorecard and Strategy Map
Chapter 3: Using Costs in Decision Making
Chapter 4: Accumulating and Assigning Costs to Products
Chapter 5: Activity-Based Cost Systems
Chapter 6: Measuring and Managing Customer Relationships
Chapter 7: Measuring and Managing Process Performance
Chapter 8: Measuring and Managing Life-Cycle Costs
Chapter 9: Behavioral and Organizational Issues in Management Accounting and Control Systems
Chapter 10: Using Budgets for Planning and Coordination
Chapter 11: Financial Control
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