Johnson argues that top-down, management-accounting oriented organizations are no longer equipped to be competitive in modern business. Management teams with access to information about global competition, responsive to customers and quick to deliver should form the main impetus of the modern business. Johnson shows how radical overhauls based on such principles at companies such as Genral Electric, Eastman Kodak and Harley Davidson have achieved positive results.
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H. Thomas Johnson is Professor of Business Administration at Portland State University in Oregon and Distinguished Consulting Professor of Sustainable Business at Bainbridge Graduate Institute in Washington. He co-authored Relevance Lost: The Rise and Fall of Management Accounting, which is considered one of the most influential management books of the twentieth century by the Harvard Business Review.
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Book Description Free Press, 1992. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110029165555
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