Real Numbers: Management Accounting In A Lean Organization

Real Numbers: Management Accounting In A Lean Organization

Real Numbers: Management Accounting in a Lean Organization

Are your accounting data and reports providing a true and timely picture of your company's performance? Are your lean operations personnel complaining that the numbers "lie"?

This explosive issue and its implications are fully explored in "Real Numbers." Traditional "accountingese" is not used, and it is written for all professionals desiring an understanding of the application of lean accounting and the results that can be achieved from its use. The authors, each a former chief financial executive, describe how management accounting evolved to this point and how simplicity and clarity can be restored -- particularly in a lean organization. The anecdotal presentation from their personal experiences vividly illustrates the "Whys" and "Hows" of lean accounting. The management accounting model illustrated in "Real Numbers" points the way to unlocking the true profit potential of lean.

Real Numbers is required reading for SME Lean Silver Certification. It was the first lean accounting book and remains the ideal starting point for investigating this methodology.

Review
Managers in every firm attempting a lean transformation need to read this book and make their numbers real. --Jim Womack, author of Lean Thinking and The Machine...

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