Peter M. Bergevin and Michael M. MacQueen's objective in writing Accounting for Managers is to make students and professionals informed users of accounting data. They believe in getting to the point and demonstrating the practical benefits of accounting. In other words, their book is the anti-textbook textbook, it reflects the authors' educational and life philosophy: get to point and do something about it. Improve your decision-making abilities and climb the corporate ladder. Accounting for Managers enables you to unleash the power of financial information in order to improve your ability to conduct business operations, make shrewd investments, and secure needed financing. Unlike stuffy treatments of accounting, Accounting for Managers clearly and concisely provides you with the needed financial information necessary to make the right choices at the right time. Accounting for Managers seamlessly integrates accounting theory with practice. Its information, insights, and lessons will help you to convert business challenges into professional accomplishments. This superb treatment of the qLanguage of Businessq will reside on your desk through the years as your professional successes mount. Accounting for Managers is an ideal text for managerial accounting courses in MBA programs. It is especially suitable to online, accelerated, and executive programs.Theory vs. Practice Accountants have established procedures for recording, classifying, summarizing, and reporting ... you believe might be performed by a computer, versus those that would need to be performed manually by an accountant, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Accounting for Managers|
|Author||:||Bergevin, Michael M. MacQueen|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2010|