The Case for Management Accounting - Management accounting is caught up in the meat grinder of financial reporting, a situation underscored by the passage of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. The paradox is that management accountants have more tools at their disposal then ever before. What they need now is a disciplined and prescriptive methodology to bring back accountability to operational managers ...
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