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Waste of Unnecessary Inventory in The Production Process by Stuart Rosenburg

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Stuart is a member of the Society of Cost Management Executive Committee  During any implementation of Lean, Six Sigma or any recognized process improvement method inventory waste sometimes receives a perfunctorily glance.  The process improvements zero in on all facets of the manufacturing … Read More >

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The Forgotten Other Half of Management Accounting: With Kudos to APICS

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I speak of, dare I say it, shhh . . . inventory. Most cost management texts have chapters on JIT, backflushing, etc. but the fact of the matter is, that most cost accountants at small and mid-sized businesses spend a … Read More >

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The Forgotten Half of Management Accounting

Posted on by Michael Fournier

I speak of, dare I say it, shhh . . . inventory. Most cost management texts have chapters on JIT, backflushing, etc. but the fact of the matter is, that most cost accountants at small and mid-sized businesses spend a … Read More >

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