Accounting for Effective Decision Making: A Manager's Guide to Corporate, Financial, and Cost Reporting
Irwin Professional Pub., 1995 - Business & Economics - 510 pages
To make effective - and ultimately profitable - business decisions, executives and managers must be able to evaluate internal and external financial information. Accounting for Effective Decision Making is written in a style that cuts through the technical language and gets to the substance and implications of the most important financial and nonfinancial information. This useful guide to corporate financial and cost reporting for managers and executives at every level will enable them to anticipate and improve the effects of their decisions on the profitability of the enterprise and its business units.
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