Lean Accounting: What's It All About? The nonaccounting managers at this Fortune 500 company had one clear message for their colleagues in accounting -- Either add value or get out of the way. Learning that their traditional measurement techniques were counterproductive, the accountants focused on the customer. What they realized is that lean thinking means identifying and eliminating waste in ...
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