Strategic Managerial Accounting

Author: Helen Atkinson
Editor: Goodfellow Pub Limited
ISBN: 9781908999016
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Strategic Managerial Accounting: Hospitality, Tourism & Events Applications 6edn explores the nature of these industry sectors and how these impact on the strategic managerial accounting (SMA) tools used by decision makers in the industry.Formerly known as Managerial Accounting in the Hospitality Industry by Harris and Hazzard, this new edition builds on this successful and well known text, retaining its practical approach and active learning style, extending to consider strategic management accounting and to include tourism and events management industry contexts.This new 6th edition incorporates discussion, explanations and illustrations of the theoretical underpinning of hospitality, tourism and events related to SMA and managerial accounting concepts and techniques, together with specific examples of industry application. It has a user friendly chapter structure, with pedagogic features including objectives, learning activities, self check questions, references, and key points summaries. Each chapter includes 'theoretical context' sections which put the applied learning in the context of current research and thinking to bring the theory to life.Key features of this text are:* A complete revision and expansion of the well known and successful Harris and Hazzard text;* Includes several brand new chapters such as: Event and Function Management Accounting techniques, Sustainability & Environmental Management Accounting (EMA), Not-for-profit Organisations, Current Issues in Strategic Management Accounting;* Uses international real life case studies to illustrate from across the hospitality, tourism and events sectors including charity (not-for-profit) sector and music events;* Links to applied and generic research on each topic;* Includes International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) terminology suitable for an international audience. With a complete suite of online tutor resources, this book is essential reading for all year 2/3 undergraduate and postgraduate students studying hospitality, tourism and events management.

Strategic Managerial Accounting

Author: Tracy Jones
Editor: Goodfellow Pub Limited
ISBN: 9781908999009
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Strategic Managerial Accounting: Hospitality, Tourism & Events Applications 6edn explores the nature of these industry sectors and how these impact on the strategic managerial accounting (SMA) tools used by decision makers in the industry.Formerly known as Managerial Accounting in the Hospitality Industry by Harris and Hazzard, this new edition builds on this successful and well known text, retaining its practical approach and active learning style, extending to consider strategic management accounting and to include tourism and events management industry contexts.This new 6th edition incorporates discussion, explanations and illustrations of the theoretical underpinning of hospitality, tourism and events related to SMA and managerial accounting concepts and techniques, together with specific examples of industry application. It has a user friendly chapter structure, with pedagogic features including objectives, learning activities, self check questions, references, and key points summaries. Each chapter includes 'theoretical context' sections which put the applied learning in the context of current research and thinking to bring the theory to life.Key features of this text are:* A complete revision and expansion of the well known and successful Harris and Hazzard text;* Includes several brand new chapters such as: Event and Function Management Accounting techniques, Sustainability & Environmental Management Accounting (EMA), Not-for-profit Organisations, Current Issues in Strategic Management Accounting;* Uses international real life case studies to illustrate from across the hospitality, tourism and events sectors including charity (not-for-profit) sector and music events;* Links to applied and generic research on each topic;* Includes International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) terminology suitable for an international audience. With a complete suite of online tutor resources, this book is essential reading for all year 2/3 undergraduate and postgraduate students studying hospitality, tourism and events management.

Managerial Accounting For Strategic Decision Making Preliminary Edition

Author: Charles E. Davis
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 047092649X
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Business professionals that need to gain a stronger understanding of key accounting concepts will appreciate this book’s approach. It focuses on the core concepts framed within the context of one company, C & C Sports and its supply chain. Through this example, they’ll learn fundamentals of how a business operates along with the type of decisions that managers must make on a daily basis. Focus On mini chapters incorporate streamlined, complete coverage of certain topics. Reinforcing examples and exercises are also included to enable business professionals to assess their level of understanding before progressing to more advanced discussions.

Strategic Managerial Accounting A Primer For The It Professional

Author: Gopal Saxena
Editor: Business Expert Press
ISBN: 1631575848
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This book, probably the first written from the perspective of software professionals, attempts to introduce them to the mysteries of strategic managerial accounting (SMA). The common view in the industry is that "accounting is for the accountants", despite the fact that IT professionals are regularly confronted by financial situations such as project pricing, performance measurement, risk estimation, costs allocation etc. While it is desirable and even necessary that every proposal be vetted by respective specialists, the speed and reliability of the process could improve if the people who originate the proposal had knowledge of the fundamentals that go into the decision making. Unfortunately most books on management accounting, whether strategic or otherwise, are written from the perspective of the manufacturing industry. The IT and services industry on the other hand has a unique cost structure, quite distinct from manufacturing, which needs to be dealt with from a different perspective. This book focuses on SMA in context of the IT software industry, and seeks to equip the IT professional with some basics of SMA to assist them in making more informed decisions.

Managerial Accounting

Author: Alan Campbell
Editor: South-Western Pub
ISBN: 9780538885133
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Raiborn was developed around a business decision framework that emphasizes the practical rather than the theoretical. This new edition continues this tradition, but also focuses more attention on those concepts that will help future managers in business: organizational strategy, planning and control. Designed for use in a undergraduate or graduate managerial accounting program, the course usually begins in the spring and follows a financial accounting program.

Managerial Accounting Strategies For Optimal Costs

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This thesis is based on work done with a small local business. The business presented needs for managerial accounting tools that would be useful in optimizing costs and expanding business beyond the local market. The literature review focused on topics surrounding costing tools and methods and strategic management in accounting for small businesses. It was found that with modifications that make costing tools more manageable for small businesses, they can play a beneficial part in a business' overall strategy. Through research and discussions with the Client, recommendations were developed focusing on job costing and strategic management for small businesses. For job costing, a spreadsheet was developed based on the job costing method that would allow for book titles to be looked at separately and list out the costs associated with a print run of books. The benefits of creating this spreadsheet is that it gives the client a chance to look at any costs that may be incurred when printing and later selling books. As each book has its own market, the spreadsheet allows for costs to be allocated based on each book title rather than on all the books together. In strategic management, it was recommended that the client to take a deeper look at their financial statements, particularly their balance sheets and income statement. The benefit to doing so is that it gives the client a chance to step back after a publishing season and look at their progress.

Strategic Accounting For Management

Author: Bob Ryan
Editor: Cengage Learning EMEA
ISBN: 9781861524621
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Strategic Accounting for Management is designed for management students at post-graduate business schools and on executive MBA courses. It takes current trends in management accounting and develops a new integrated framework for the design of financial and economic modelling, production planning and methodologies, including total quality management. Each chapter reviews the relevant topics and places them in the context of managerial decision-making. Strategic Accounting for Management is designed for management students at post-graduate business schools and on executive MBA courses. It takes current trends in management accounting and develops a new integrated framework for the design of financial and economic modelling, production planning and methodologies, including total quality management. Each chapter reviews the relevant topics and places them in the context of managerial decision-making.

Value Creation In Management Accounting And Strategic Management

Author: Satoshi Sugahara
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119467063
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This book explores two combined approaches (strategy and accounting) from a cross-disciplinary perspective in order to improve knowledge of value creation in various contexts. Existing studies on this topic have generally adopted a purely account-based or strategy-oriented approach to address this issue. However, this book draws upon a number of well-defined theoretical and empirical backgrounds and methodologies. Since the 1980s, many changes have occurred and companies have increasingly focused their strategies on value creation. Consequently, new strategic directions have emerged, especially for managerial accounting. Management accounting and alignment with strategy could thus improve performance. This book encourages further thought and reflection on these issues which should be pursued in the future as firms face new challenges associated with the acceleration of digital transformation.

Strategic Management Accounting

Author: Keith Ward
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1136009302
File Size: 48,17 MB
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* Challenging and provocative book * Shows how management accounting techniques can be integrated into the strategic decision making process * Extensive use of practical examples from a variety of contexts.An introduction to business strategy for management accountants, financial accountants or managers with an accounting orientation. The book places management accounting clearly within the context of strategic management of the business. Offers qualified accountants a sound introduction to strategic management, and with practical examples and mini-cases provided throughout, this book is comprehensive yet concise. Keith Ward addresses strategic management accounting as a continuous process of analysis, planning and control. Management accounting is about supplying the right information to the right people at the right time, and this can only be expressed in the context of the business strategy and strategic plan. The implementation of appropriate management accounting systems to complement different strategies is discussed in detail. Applications and examples include multinational organizations, non-profit organizations and varying organizational structures. Finally the author covers methods of using management accounting for strategic advantage.

Management Accounting In Support Of Strategy

Author: Graham S. Pitcher
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ISBN: 9781947843813
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In the 1980's and 1990's management accounting was criticised for being too operationally focused and failing to aid strategic decision making. As a response the term strategic management accounting, along with new techniques, were promoted to address the issue. Despite the emergence of articles and books explaining the strategic management concepts and techniques, the term has not become an accepted element in the lexicon of accounting practitioners. Research, however, suggests that practitioners do use a variety of management accounting techniques to support the achievement of strategic objectives. This book, rather than just explain the techniques, takes a different approach and utilises the strategic management framework to indicate how management accounting can aid the strategic management process and hence strategic decision making. It takes the view that management accounting should aid management decision making whether it be operational, business or strategic. A range of strategy models and accounting techniques are covered in the book together with an explanation of how they can be combined to aid the analysis, development, implementation and evaluation of strategy. The book will aid students who are studying accounting courses as well as those studying courses for which business strategy forms a part of the content. There are books that cover accounting techniques, and books that cover strategy models, but few that emphatically link the two together to provide guidance on how management accounting can aid the strategic management process. The book will also benefit practitioners wishing to understand how the accountant can make a significant contribution to the strategic management of an organisation to ensure its continued success.

Strategic Management Accounting

Author: Wing Sun Li
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 981105729X
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This book serves as a guide to strategic management accounting. It introduces new and useful concepts on how to collect, analyse, and evaluate options to enable managers to steer corporate directions and write strategic plans for the long-term success of the corporation. Starting with basic techniques and the latest strategic management approaches, the book then presents cases that show the techniques employed step by step. By demonstrating how easily the ideas can be translated into action, it is a valuable resource for business practitioners, as well as for students taking advanced management accounting courses.

Management Accounting

Author: Wayne J. Morse
Editor: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9780538844352
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Specially designed for your managerial accounting course if you place emphasis on relating management accounting to other subject areas. The text thoroughly integrates issues that have emerged during the past ten years. By taking a value chain approach and stressing management accounting as an employee and management empowerment tool, this text is relevant, interesting, and usable for students whose primary concerns are something other than financial reporting. Easily covered in one semester.

Strategic Management Accounting

Author: B.B. Pradhan P.M. Rao
Editor: Deep and Deep Publications
ISBN: 9788176292788
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Strategic Management Accounting

Author: Malcolm Smith
Editor: Routledge
ISBN:
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This management accounting text for undergraduates details real life scenarios of decision making and problem solving in large and small organizations from both the manufacturing and service sectors. There is also appropriate emphasis on non-accounting inf

Strategic Management Accounting

Author: Janek Ratnatunga
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ISBN: 9780958567916
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Strategic Management Accounting

Author: Zahirul Hoque
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ISBN: 9781904298373
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This book contains the inforamtion needed for account amagement systems for organizational change in the goverment sector.

Corporate Strategy And Financial Analysis

Author: John Ellis
Editor: Ft Press
ISBN: 9780273037965
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This student-centred book provides a set of financial tools and techniques for gaining access to and evaluating a company's corporate and business strategy. It helps students to research information on a company, develop a generic Frameworks for analysing a company's business environment and the industry in which it operates. Students learn how to combine financial and non-financial information in order to come up with a balanced overall assessment of a company's strategy and hence its likely future performance. A third of the book is devoted to the way in which stock-market information can be used to assess and value a company.

The Relevance Of Soft Information For Managerial Accounting And Strategic Decisions

Author: Tina Helmreich
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Strategy And Management Accounting

Author: Shahid L. Ansari
Editor: Richard d Irwin
ISBN: 9780256271478
File Size: 75,88 MB
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Management Accounting

Author: Charles H. Brandon
Editor: McGraw-Hill/Irwin
ISBN: 9780070178533
File Size: 24,95 MB
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This text is based on a central driving theme: accounting concepts guide business strategy decisions that ultimately determine competitiveness. Through the use of cases and problems this text helps managers develop and translate strategy into action and competitiveness. Designed for MBA managerial accounting courses, this important text examines the ways in which management accounting contributes to the development and implementation of an organization's objectives and highlights how decision-making information is constructed and tested. The goal of the text is to help students develop sound analytical skills to formulate business strategy in the real world and help to implement that strategy by teaching how students can best utilize the available managerial accounting tools. Problems and cases make up fifty to sixty percent of the text.