Today's controllers are no longer seen as technicians who process transactions; they are now seen as business executives with a wide-ranging knowledge of total business operations, best practices, and corporate strategy. Providing a comprehensive overview of the roles and responsibilities of controllers in today's environment, this Eighth Edition of Controllership continues to provide controllers and vice presidents of finance with all aspects of management accounting from the controller's perspective, including internal control, profit planning, cost control, inventory, and financial disclosure.The Work of the Managerial Accountant Steven M. Bragg. Board the complexities and potential impact of the study. In summary, benchmarking is a complicated process, and full preparation should be made. ... Assisting the engineers may be the production staff and the accounting staff. The production people can make valuable contributions because of their knowledge of the process. Furthermoreanbsp;...
|Author||:||Steven M. Bragg|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2009-08-06|