By John Y. Lee
This book deals well-developed articles on numerous issues in administration accounting which are suitable to either practitioners and academicians. As a revered expert magazine, AIMA is definitely poised to satisfy their details wishes. Featured in fresh volumes are articles at the perform and study of administration accounting within the twenty first century, the construction of purchaser worth and outside-in rate, the drivers of shopper and company profitability, product costing for production and repair industries, functionality dimension, capital budgeting, model valuation, goal costing, kaizen costing, and govt repayment concerns. Accountants in any respect degrees who paintings in organizations and not-for-profit companies will be drawn to the AIMA articles.
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The managers noted that new learning took place. These managers used the results to guide changes in their spending and activity structures. As noted by a Windows, Inc. top executive: We’ve always seen color and size options as a bad thing here. We work very hard to limit these options, and view them as necessary evils. If these results are borne out by our market research, we had better rethink this. If we launch new products and don’t offer variety, we may lose share. Since that’s a trend we’re trying to avoid, we’d better make sure we give customers what they want.
In the end, understanding and documenting the economics of the firm as it relates to the preferences of consumer segments may be the key to unlocking the profitability puzzle. ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors gratefully acknowledge support received through the Center for Innovation in Management Accounting at Babson College, Wellesley, MA. NOTES 1. The literature and development of this argument is laid out extensively in several articles and books by McNair and Vangermeersch. The forces leading to the chasm that opened in cost management practices in the 1920 to1930 period can never be fully explained, or tied to, one cause.
A cost-based strategy) would emphasize and invest predominantly in these core attributes. In a related way, the ‘revenue enhancers’ identified by Telecom managers appeared to provide the basis for differentiation strategies in the market. Customers would, the managers argued, increase their preference for a company’s products if they had the appropriate set of non-essential attributes given each customer’s unique set of preferences. The insights from this part of the study, then, created changes in the methods, interpretation of the model, and understanding of the firm’s cost structure.
Advances in Management Accounting, Volume 9 (Advances in Management Accounting) by John Y. Lee