Managing Accounting by H. Garrison, W. Noreen & C. Brewer

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Book Name: Managing Accounting

Authors:
-Ray H. Garrison D.B.A CPA
Brigham Young University

-Eric W. Noreen, Ph.D, CMA
Professor Emeritus
University of Washington

-Peter C. Brewer, Ph.D., CPA
Miami University-Oxford, Ohio

Review:
Management Accounting is undergoing a renaissance in response to technologies changes, globalization and growing risk management concerns. In these challenging times, management accountants help “steady the ship” by acting as their organizations’ interpreters, sage advisors and ethical “keeper of the number”.  The author point out the information needs of management and discuss about organizational context includes- organization structure, process management technology in business, enterprise risk management. In total sixteen chapters include in this book and each chapter have theoretical discussion with real life experience, summary, glossary, lots of illustration, exercise, problems, case study and application. The summary portion gives overview of the chapter, exercise and problem help to make more preparation, the case study prepare to perform working as the managerial accountant for the company. The exercise directly related to the concepts learning in all managerial accounting classes. Managing Accounting is the best reference book for the management accountants as well as management accounting students.


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