Relevance Lost: The Rise and Fall of Management Accounting
Since its initial publication in 1987, Revelance Lost has gone through nine printings, won two major awards from the accounting profession, and had a profound impact on how management accounting systems operate in the 1990s. It has become a manifesto for managers in accounting and control. By exploring the evolution of management accounting in American business from the early textile mills to present-day computer-automated manufacturers, Johnson and Kaplan reveal why modern corporations must make major changes in the way they measure and manage costs. In a world of rapid technological change, vigorous global and domestic competition, and enormous information-processing capabilities, it is critical that managers receive information that is timely, accurate, and relevant.
Specifications of Relevance Lost: The Rise and Fall of Management Accounting
|Author||H. Thomas Johnson, Robert S. Kaplan|
|Publisher||Harvard Business Review Press|
|Number Of Pages||296|
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