Management Control Systems

Management Control Systems helps students to develop the insight and analytical skills required of today s managers Students uncover how real world managers design, implement, and use planning and control systems to implement business strategies The 12th edition builds on the strengths of prior editions by offering a rich diversity of cases balanced with current contentManagement Control Systems helps students to develop the insight and analytical skills required of today s managers Students uncover how real world managers design, implement, and use planning and control systems to implement business strategies The 12th edition builds on the strengths of prior editions by offering a rich diversity of cases balanced with current content and research.
Management Control Systems Management Control Systems helps students to develop the insight and analytical skills required of today s managers Students uncover how real world managers design implement and use planning and con

  • Title: Management Control Systems
  • Author: Robert N. Anthony Vijay Govindarajan
  • ISBN: 9780073100890
  • Page: 274
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. Used in second year undergraduate Management Accounting module. As long as you overlook anything related to accounting and the redundant 45% bit of every paragraph, you should be able to find the case studies and exercises useful.Some sentences I didn't skim over that this book could have done without:"Strategies are the big plans, important plans.""A positive variance is favourable because it indicates that actual profit exceeded budgeted profit - if I may, your equations beg to differ - and a [...]

    2. One can learn how one can/shall manage an organisation through controlling its key processes. Good focus on financial procedures. Quite dry content. Many useful and extensive case studies. Yet applicable mainly for large organisations.

    3. Used as textbook for second-year MBA elective in Managerial Accounting and Control Systems, Graduate School of Industrial Administration, Carnegie Mellon University, Fall 1981.

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