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Articles from Management Accounting Quarterly (June 22, 2004)

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Aligning the balanced scorecard and a firm's strategy using the Analytic Hierarchy Process: the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) is used to provide insights to six companies to determine if each company's performance system is aligned with its strategic objectives of implementing lean enterprise policies. A step-by-step process for using excel in AHP applications is described. Searcy, DeWayne L. 4490
How corporate culture impacts unethical distortion of financial numbers: managing by Objectives and Results (MBO/MBR) could be counterproductive and contribute to a climate that may lead to distortion of the system, manipulation of accounting figures, and, ultimately, unethical behavior. Castellano, Joseph F.; Rosenzweig, Kenneth; Roehm, Harper A. 2966
Making ethics a pervasive component of accounting education. Esmond-Kiger, Connie 6519
Naked truths about accounting curricula: here is a rallying cry for revamping undergraduate accounting curricula to prepare students to be certified management accountants and not only certified public accountants. Tatikonda, Lakshmi U. 6751
Project management: a core competency in managerial accounting education: educators at Villanova University develop, introduce, and assess a new graduate-level module in project management. Stout, David E.; West, Robert N.; Liberatore, Matthew J. 4631
Russian Management Training Programs: do corporate responsibility topics have a place? Harrison, David S.; Lewellyn, Patsy G. 6857
Strategic alignment and systems control of processes: the case of JEA: how a municipal utility implemented a process-based organizational structure and supporting cost management system that includes a process-based costing system. MacArthur, John B.; Brost, Mike J.; Doueck, Bruce 5562

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