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Articles from Management Accounting Quarterly (March 22, 2007)

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Applying lean principles to design, teach, and assess courses: by applying principles and techniques developed in industry, educators can refine the content, pedagogy, organization, and assessment methods employed in their accounting courses to help ensure that students gain the knowledge and skills that will make them most desirable to employers. Tatikonda, Lakshmi 5200
Comparing U.S. and German cost accounting methods: this article expands on the authors' article, "Getting Down to Specifics on RCA," which appeared in the June 2007 issue of Strategic finance. Both articles were made possible by a FAR grant. Krumwiede, Kip; Suessmair, Augustin Company overview 4786
Current practices of enterprise risk management in Dubai: a survey of managers and executives from more than 100 businesses in Dubai, UAE, Assesses the current state of risk management in Dubai and outlines an ERM strategy companies can employ to better manage their risk. Rao, Ananth; Marie, Attiea Company overview 5897
Helping students see the "big picture" of variance analysis: two case problems are presented to help provide students with a deeper, more thorough understanding of variance analysis and the calculations that are needed. Incorporating these cases into advanced cost accounting courses makes students better prepared to handle and address variance issues when they arise in the real world. Vanzante, Neal R. 4178
Will your ABC system have what it takes? While the activity-based costing concept is rather simple and straightforward, implementing a system that actually works and delivers the exected benefits is not. Searcy, Dewayne L. 2258

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