Strategic Accounting for Management / Edition 1by Bob Ryan
Pub. Date: 04/07/1995
Publisher: Cengage Learning EMEA Higher Education
In modern business organizations the traditional distinctions between 'financial' and 'managerial' accounting have become less relevant. The older emphasis on standardised procedures is giving way to more flexible accounting systems which focus on the analysis of managerial opportunities. Strategic Accounting for Management is designed for management students at… See more details below
In modern business organizations the traditional distinctions between 'financial' and 'managerial' accounting have become less relevant. The older emphasis on standardised procedures is giving way to more flexible accounting systems which focus on the analysis of managerial opportunities. 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. The exposition of the methods involved is supplemented with clear worked examples based on common business issues.
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Table of Contents
1. Introduction. PART I: FOUNDATIONS OF STRATEGIC ACCOUNTING. 2. Strategic Accounting and the Business Enterprise. 3. The Economic Basis for Organisations. 4. Theorems of Strategic Accounting. 5. Cash Dynamics of a Business. 6. Measuring Business Performance. 7. Opportunity Cost. 8. Opportunity Costs under Certainty. PART II: DEVELOPING BUSINESS CAPABILITY. 9. Creating a Business Plan. 10. The Nature of Business Risk. 11. Options and Risk. 12. The Financial Markets and the Financing Decision. 13. Costing the Firm's Capital Resources. 14. The Investment Decision. 15. Product Portfolios and Product Life Cycles. 16. Valuing the Firm and Building Value. PART III: EXPLORING BUSINESS CAPABILITY. 17. The Output Decision. 18. The Practical Estimation of Cost-Output Relationships. 19. The Economics of the Pricing Decision. 20. The Practical Evaluation of Price. 21. Quality Evaluation and Costing. PART IV: COSTNIG RESOURCES AND PRODUCTS. 22. Overhead Accruals and Standard Costing. 23. Costing in Different Production Environments. 24. Activity-Based and Product Flow Costing. PART V: CONTROLLING FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE. 25. Budgeting. 26. Variance Analysis and Budgetary Control. 27. The Control of Short-term Working Capital. PART VI: MEASURING AND INTERPRETING FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE. 28 Basic Financial Reporting Concepts. 29. Commitment Accounts. 30. Accrual Accounts. 31. Interpreting Financial Reports. PART VII: QUESTIONS AND BIBLIOGRAPHY. 32. Questions in Strategic Accounting. Bibliography. Index.
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