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Innovative techniques such as balanced scorecard (BSC) (Kaplan and Norton, 1992, 1993, 1996) and activity-based costing (ABC) (Kennedy and Affleck-Graves, 2001; Krumwiede, 1998; Shields, 1995; Shields and Young, 1994) are being implemented by management in response to the new global competitive environment. The importance to managers of having a "balanced" measurement system has led companies to develop a variety of corporate scorecards suggesting a process approach to innovations in performance measurements (Epstein and Birchard, 2000; Hoque and James, 1997). The BSC has gained prominence in accounting ...
As business environments have become increasingly dynamic and competitive, it has become increasingly important for managers to develop coherent, internally and logically consistent business strategies and to have tools and models which provide useful information to support strategic decision-making, planning and control. In response to these needs, there have been many important developments, in both management accounting research and practice, that focus on the use of accounting data and related information regarding strategy and operations for these purposes. Some of the most important ... Read More
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