Published June 1998
by Productivity Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Yasuhiro Monden (Editor), Michiharu Sakurai (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||568|
In response to innovations in manufacturing, Japanese companies have developed new management accounting techniques. Here, in 33 articles, dozens of experts reveal proven accounting practices with case studies, surveys, and the latest research. This book shows how to transform existing accounting structures into companywide cost management : Hardcover. Japanese management accounting can be characterized by the fact that, while paying attention to one aspect of accounting, i.e. 'invisibility,' it not only emphasizes the management of entities, such as JIT, cell-type production systems, other production control systems, and kaizen activities but also attempts to resolve 'invisibility' as a part of upstream management through both 'combined use' and 'zurashi Author: Hiroshi Okano. The book also deals with historical features of Japanese management accounting and looks at cultural and institutional factors that have influenced the theory and practice of Japanese management accounting in various contexts, such as private enterprises and academic societies. Black and white process diagrams are : Hiroshi Okano. This book investigates how different types of Japanese management systems are able to motivate stakeholders, including employees, top management, stockholders, customers and transaction partners, to participate actively in the organizational behavior that improves business performance.
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