From Cost to Performance Management: A Blueprint for Organizational Development

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John Wiley & Sons, Aug 8, 2003 - Business & Economics - 352 pages
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Every manager is responsible for cost and performance management in one form or another. This book provides an unbiased survey and explanation of the cost and performance management approaches and methods currently available for application in business. Topics covered include cost management and performance management/measurement options including ABC/M, Total Quality Management, Supply Chain Management, and Balanced Scorecard.
Contrasts with managerial accounting textbooks, which tend to be conceptual and theoretical and not easily adaptable to practical situations.
Assists readers in choosing the best approach or blend of methods to address specific business problems. Supports learning through real-world applications.
Provides a complete presentation of field-tested cost management and performance management/measurement options.
 

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Contents

1 Developmental Discipline In Cost and Performance Management
1
2 Cost Management Control and Profitability
27
3 Cost Types Early Communication Attempts
55
4 Standards Budgets and Forecasts Learning to Compare and Coordinate
80
5 Operational Resource Accounting Learning New Rules and Roles
117
6 Processes Activities and Resources Shaping Organizational Identity
153
7 Intentional Tactics Patterns Participation and Performance
191
8 Quantum Strategy Release Reliance and Reversal
234
Appendix A The Basic Components and Terminology of a Traditional Income Statement
289
Appendix B A Simplified Traditional Balance Sheet Format
291
Appendix C Analysis with a Purpose
293
Appendix D ABM Concepts and Terms
295
Appendix E Recommended Reading
299
Glossary
303
Endnotes
313
Index
323

9 Accounting for the Common Wealth
272

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CATHERINE STENZEL, MST, MBA, and JOE STENZEL, MD, are full-time ontologists and editors in chief of the Journal of Cost Management, a bimonthly RIA Group periodical. They are also co-directors of Genesis Organizational Diagnostics, which provides cost and performance consulting services focused on government, healthcare, and higher education. Joe, a board-certified pediatrician, has worked with the Juran Institute to develop a quality measurement and management model for large urban medical centers.

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