Accounting in the Lean Enterprise : Providing Simple, Practical, and Decision-Relevant Information Paperback / softback
Despite the obvious need for transparency, a company's Lean results can continue to hide behind the mask of traditional accounting and dilute the benefits of a Lean implementation.
When your organization opts to go Lean, you must empower your accountants with Lean tools that serve the Lean mission. Winner of a Shingo Research and Professional Publication AwardAccounting in the Lean Enterprise: Providing Simple, Practical, and Decision-Relevant Information explains how to develop the information and financial reports that serve the needs of a Lean-minded business.
It presents alternative methods of reporting, and includes a step-by-step guide for transitioning to Lean accounting methods.
The book is divided into three parts:The Fundamentals of Lean as a Competitive StrategyThe Nuts and Bolts of Lean AccountingControls and TransitionWalking you through Lean tools, activities, and philosophies, it addresses some of the most often asked questions about Lean implementations.
It confronts many of the fears that are the source of accountants' resistance to change-including inventory management and valuation, GAAP compliance, and loss of control and benchmarks.
Each fear is identified and resolved in a "Fear Box" inset, as the related topic is discussed. Filled with checklists, guidelines, exercises, case studies, real-world examples, and company stories, the book provides you with the tools you will need to provide relevant, timely, and actionable information to the decision makers in your Lean environment.
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 196 pages, 29 Tables, black and white; 21 Illustrations, black and white
- Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
- Publication Date: 13/05/2013
- Category: Accounting
- ISBN: 9781420088588