7 edition of Lean accounting found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||edited by Joe Stenzel|
|LC Classifications||HF5657.4 .L42 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxiv, 309 p. :|
|Number of Pages||309|
|LC Control Number||2006033471|
Table of Contents Chapter 1 – Overview of Lean Accounting .. 1. Why You Need Lean Accounting. Lean is a multi-faceted business strategy, with a primary focus on employees and learning. Through the use of various lean tools, practices and methods, employees learn to master their work, solve the right problems and help an organization learn how to do things tomorrow it cannot do today.
When standard cost accounting was developed in the early s, most companies’ cost structures consisted of 60% direct labor, 30% materials and 10% overhead, says Orest J. Fiume, a retired vice-president of finance and coauthor with Jean Cunningham of the book Real Numbers: Management Accounting in a Lean Organization. This workshop will guide you through the necessary changes in finance needed to support a lean transformation. You also will learn the rules of a lean accounting system that replaces outdated traditional accounting. Introduction to lean accounting; Lean business transformation; Why doesn't traditional management accounting support lean.
This book "Introduction To Lean Accounting" is right on target for the evolving practice of Lean Accounting. It explains fully the adjustments which have to be made in the accounts department of the firm implementing the lean methodology. This book keeps lean accounting the center point and talks about all the topics which have touched lean accounting in any way. This provides the listener with vast and extensive knowledge regarding the topic under discussion. The book confers to the following topics one by one, taking small steps first, starting from the basics and then leading.
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