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Relevance Regained Bibliography

Provided by James R. Martin, Ph.D., CMA
Professor Emeritus, University of South Florida

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Cotton, W. D. J. 1994. Relevance regained downunder. Management Accounting (May): 38-42.

De Geus, A. 1999. The living company. Harvard Business Review (March-April): 51-59. (Summary).

De Geus, A. 2002. The Living Company: Habits for Survival in a Turbulent Business Environment. Harvard Business School Press.

Drucker, P. F. 1963. Managing for business effectiveness. Harvard Business Review (May-June): 59-62.

Flamholtz, E. G. 1992. Relevance regained: Management accounting - Past, present and future. Advances in Management Accounting (1): 21-34. (Summary).

Hall, R. W., H. T. Johnson and P. B. B. Turney. 1990. Measuring Up: Charting Pathways to Excellence. Homewood, IL: Business One Irwin.

Hiromoto, T. 1991. Restoring the relevance of management accounting. Journal of Management Accounting Research (3): 1-15.

Jayson, S. 1992. Focus on people - Not cost. Management Accounting (September): 28-33. (Interview with Tom Johnson within Johnson's article on pp. 26-35).

Johnson, H. T. 1988. Activity based information: A blueprint for world class management accounting. Management Accounting (June): 23-30. (Summary).

Johnson, H. T. 1989. Managing costs: An outmoded philosophy. Manufacturing Engineering (May).

Johnson, H. T. 1989. Professors, customers, and value: bringing a global perspective to management accounting education. Proceedings of the Third Annual Management Accounting Symposium. Sarasota: American Accounting Association: 7-20. (Summary).

Johnson, H. T. 1990. Managing cost versus managing activities - Which strategy works? Financial Executive (January/February): 32-36.

Johnson, H. T. 1990. Beyond product costing: A challenge to cost management's conventional wisdom. Journal of Cost Management (Fall): 15-21. (Summary).

Johnson, H. T. 1992. Relevance Regained: From Top-Down Control to Bottom-up Empowerment. New York: The Free Press. (Summary).

Johnson, H. T. 1992. It's time to stop overselling activity-based concepts. Management Accounting (September): 26-35. (Summary).

Johnson, H. T. 1995. Management accounting in the 21st century. Journal of Cost Management (Fall): 15-20. (Summary).

Johnson, H. T. 1996. A shadow from the past haunts the future of management accounting. Journal of Cost Management (Winter): 4-5. (This is a letter to the editor).

Johnson, H. T. 1997. A different perspective on quality: Bringing management to life. Deming Electronic Network Keynote address. http://deming.ces.clemson.edu/pub/den/deming_johnson1.htm. (DEN link).

Johnson, H. T. 1997. Accounting and the rise of remote-control management: Holding firm by losing touch. in Rondo Cameron and Leo F. Schnore, eds., Cities and Markets: Studies in the Organization of Human Space presented to Eric E. Lampard. 191-221. University Press of America.

Johnson, H. T. 2002. A former management accountant reflects on his journey through the world of cost management. Accounting History (May): 9-21.

Johnson, H. T. 2004. Confronting the tyranny of management by numbers: How business can deliver the results we care about most. Reflections: The Sol Journal of Knowledge, Learning, and Change 5(4): 51-61.

Johnson, H. T. 2006. Lean accounting: To become lean, shed accounting. Cost Management (January/February): 6-17. (Summary).

Johnson, H. T. 2006. Sustainability and "Lean Operations". Cost Management (March/April): 40-45. (Summary).

Johnson, H. T. 2010. How Toyota ran off the road - and how it can get back on track. Leverage Points Blog. Pegasus Communications (February 9).

Johnson, H. T. 2010. Toyota's current crisis: The price of focusing on growth not quality. The Systems Thinker (February): 2-6.

Johnson, H. T. 2012. A global system growing itself to death - and what we can do about it. The Systems Thinker (May): 2-6.

Johnson, H. T. 2014. Accounting, accountability, and misplaced concreteness. Process Studies. (Fall/Winter): 47-60. (Link).

Johnson, H. T. and A. Broms. 2000. Profit Beyond Measure: Extraordinary Results through Attention to Work and People. New York: The Free Press. (Summary and additional Graphics and Notes).

Luft, J. L. 1997. Long-term change in management accounting: Perspectives from historical research. Journal of Management Accounting Research (9): 163-197. (Summary).

Martin, J. R. Not dated. Relevance Lost in a question and answer format. Management And Accounting Web. http://maaw.info/RelLostShortQuestions.htm and http://maaw.info/RelevanceLostLongQues.htm

Roehm, H. A. and J. R. Castellano. 1999. The danger of relying on accounting numbers alone. Management Accounting Quarterly (Fall): 4-9. (Summary).

Soloway, L. J. 1993. Book review. Relevance Regained: From Top-Down Control to Bottom-UP Empowerment. Journal of Cost Management (Summer): 65-71.

Stivers, B. P., T. J. Covin, N. G. Hall and S. W. Smalt. 1998. How nonfinancial performance measures are used. Management Accounting (February): 44, 46-49. (Summary).