by Jerry Solomon and Rosemary Fullerton
WINNER OF THE SHINGO PRIZE FOR MANUFACTURING EXCELLENCE!Having an appropriate accounting system in place is vital to the Lean process. Firms need performance measurements that reflect the benefits of change made from implementing Lean practices. Too often those benefits are hidden in outdated accounting reports filled with indecipherable, archaic jargon. The need for a clearer, simpler, more strategic performance measurement system in Lean companies is long past due. Leadership needs a practical guide that will provide a roadmap for beneficial accounting change and confidence to achieve global competitiveness.
Hardback, 272 Pages
Our laminated pocket cards explain the difference between "Lean Accounting" and "Accounting for Lean", and describe the function and responsibilities of each. Package of 25.
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