I May Be Wrong, But I Doubt It: How Accounting Information Undermines Profitability

It may be effective in reporting historical results to outsiders, but relying on the information generated by a GAAP-based accounting system when making management decisions can seriously undermine a company’s ability to grow into a profitable future.  Doug Hicks, PCS Consulting Alliance Partner, makes the case to support this statement in his new book.

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Practical Lean Accounting

Practical Lean Accounting. A Proven System for Measuring and Managing the Lean Enterprise, authors Brian Maskell and Bruce Baggaley present a the Lean Accounting methodology to support Lean Manufacturing.

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Demon Customers & Angel Customers

One of the oldest myths in business is that every customer is a valuable customer. This book shows how businesses can thrive by learning which customers are creating the most profit-and which are losing them money. Larry Selden and Geoff Colvin show how to manage the business not as a collection of products and services but as a customer portfolio.

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The Closed Loop - Implementing Activity Based Planning & Budgeting

Organization and management ideas and practices have advanced considerably for many years. But the art of management is in its infancy. Developing our knowledge, skills, and attitudes begins in books like this one. The foundations of general management are explored here. How? By focusing on planning and budgeting fundamentals. Charles T. Horngren, Stanford University

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Implementing ABM In Daily Operations

John Miller, PCS Consulting partner, is the author of this clearly written, example-rich book showing managers, accountants and finance officers how to implement activity based management into daily practices.

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Activity Based Costing For Small Companies

Doug Hicks' down-to-earth approach to costing comes through in this easy to read jam packed book of expert guidance for  implementing Activity Based Costing in small and mid-size manufacturing companies.

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