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Chapter 11. Measuring and Reporting
Two important phases in the management control process are those that measure and report information to
managers. This chapter discusses those phases, placing particular emphasis on flexible budgets and variance
analysis—techniques that allow managers to see with some clarity the reasons underlying a difference between
budgeted and actual revenues and expenses. It also discusses the limitations of variance analysis, and some of the
criteria that are necessary for a good reporting process. It concludes with the topic of measuring and reporting nonfinancial performance, an issue that is taking on increasing importance in many organizations.
Chapter 12. Management Accounting in Context
This chapter briefly summarizes the material in the first eleven chapters and places it into a broader context. It
begins with a discussion of the idea that different costs are used for different purposes, and then summarizes the
criteria for a good responsibility accounting system. Next, it positions responsibility a...
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