• Cost Accounting For Dummies

    The easy way to get a grip on cost accounting Critical in supporting strategic business decisions and improving profitability, cost accounting is arguably one of the most important functions in the accounting field. For business students, cost accounting is a required course for those seeking an accounting degree and is a popular elective among other business majors. Cost Accounting For Dummies tracks to a typical cost accounting course and provides in-depth explanations and reviews of the essential concepts you'll encounter in your studies: how to define costs as direct materials, direct labor, fixed overhead, variable overhead, or period costs; how to use allocation methodology to assign costs to products and services; how to evaluate the need for capital expenditures; how to design a budget model that forecast changes in costs based on expected activity levels; and much more. Tracks to a typical cost accounting course Includes practical, real-world examples Walks you though homework problems with detailed, easy-to-understand answers If you're currently enrolled in a cost accounting course, this hands-on, friendly guide gives you everything you need to master this critical aspect of accounting.

    • ASIN: 1118453808

  • Accounting for World Class Operations (Winner of the Shingo Prize for Manufacturing Excellence)

    Book by Jerrold M. Solomon and Rosemary Fullerton

    • Brand: Brand: WCM Associates
    • ASIN: 0979333105

  • Cost Accounting (Quick Study: Business)

    We’ve taken our best-selling Cost Accounting guide and enhanced it with fresh, up-to-date information that every company should know! Like the original, our 3-panel edition details the many aspects of accounting within businesses; key definitions and examples of accounting practices are listed for easy reference. New to this edition are helpful charts, diagrams, and tables that further illustrate the subject.

    • Brand: Brand: QuickStudy
    • ASIN: 1423216415

  • Manufacturing Process and Operation Costing - The Goal to Manufacture At Low Cost.

    Manufacturing Process costing is an accounting methodology that traces and accumulates direct costs, and allocates indirect costs of a manufacturing process. CIMA defines process costing as "The costing method applicable where goods or services result from a sequence of continuous or repetitive operations or processes".In short, operation costing is most applicable to the more complex manufacturing environments that require a mix of different types of production processes in order to create goods. Examples of Operation Costing. Example: A company manufactures watches in lots of 1,000. etc. that passes through various process stages until it converts into finished goodsproducts.

    • ASIN: B07B2SD6JD

  • Survey of Accounting (Accounting I)

    Gain a solid overview of the basic topics of financial and managerial accounting using a unique Integrated Financial Statement Framework with SURVEY OF ACCOUNTING, 8E -- written specifically for readers who have no prior knowledge of accounting. The book's unique framework illustrates the impact of transactions on financial statements without the use of detailed rules and procedures involving debits and credits. This edition also incorporates Warren's Metric Analysis to link transactions and management decisions to metrics that assess the financial condition and performance of businesses - demonstrating the impact of transactions and management decisions on the business.

    • ASIN: 1305961889

  • Who's Counting? A Lean Accounting Business Novel (Winner of the Shingo Prize for Manufacturing Excellence)

    "Who's Counting?", by Jerrold M. Solomon, is a business novel that, for the first time, explains how accounting and manufacturing personnel must develop a partnership to successfully achieve world class results. This novel takes readers on a successful "Lean Journey", and illustrates how to bring accounting practices into the 21st century in order to compete in today's global market. A must read for all those interested in successfully implementing lean accounting! Jerry Solomon and Rosemary Fullerton's latest book, "Accounting for World Class Operations: A Practical Guide for Providing Information in Support of the Lean Enterprise" is an excellent follow-up book to Who's Counting?. The authors provide a roadmap for moving from a traditional standard cost system to a simple accounting system that provides appropriate information for a Lean Manufacturing Environment. Available on Amazon.com

    • Brand: Brand: Wcm Associates
    • ASIN: 0966290623

  • Measures for Manufacturing Excellence (Harvard Business School Series on Accounting and Control)

    Just-in-time manufacturing and distribution processes, computer-aided design, and flexible manufacturing systems are now commonplace in the modern workplace, but antiquated accounting systems are unable to monitor accurately their operations, making them a liability to today's managers. In twelve essays, leading academics describe how companies are using operation and accounting measures to win the battle for manufacturing excellence. Issues discussed include measuring organizational improvement, facilitating organizational learning, motivating product design improvements, and evaluating production planning.

    • ASIN: 0875842291

  • Real Numbers: Management Accounting in a Lean Organization

    Are your accounting data and reports providing a true and timely picture of your company's performance? Are your lean operations personnel complaining that the numbers "lie"? This explosive issue and its implications are fully explored in "Real Numbers." The authors, each a former chief financial executive, describe how management accounting evolved to this point and how simplicity and clarity can be restored -- particularly in a lean organization. The management accounting model illustrated in "Real Numbers" points the way to unlocking the true profit potential of lean.

    • Color: Hardcover,
    • ASIN: 0972809902

  • Subscribed: Why the Subscription Model Will Be Your Company's Future - and What to Do About It

    A USA Today bestseller! Companies like Netflix, Spotify, and Salesforce are just the tip of the iceberg for the subscription model. The real transformation--and the real opportunity--is just beginning.Subscription companies are growing nine times faster than the S&P 500. Why? Because unlike product companies, subscription companies know their customers. A happy subscriber base is the ultimate economic moat. Today's consumers prefer the advantages of access over the hassles of maintenance, from transportation (Uber, Surf Air), to clothing (Stitch Fix, Eleven James), to razor blades and makeup (Dollar Shave Club, Birchbox). Companies are similarly demanding easier, long-term solutions, trading their server rooms for cloud storage solutions like Box. Simply put, the world is shifting from products to services.But how do you turn customers into subscribers? As the CEO of the world's largest subscription management platform, Tien Tzuo has helped hundreds of companies transition from relying on individual sales to building customer-centric, recurring-revenue businesses. His core message in Subscribed is simple: Ready or not, excited or terrified, you need to adapt to the Subscription Economy -- or risk being left behind.Tzuo shows how to use subscriptions to build lucrative, ongoing on...

    • ASIN: B078GCWL9D