Provided by James R. Martin, Ph.D., CMA
Professor Emeritus, University of South Florida
Ahrens, T. and J. F. Dent. 1998. Accounting and organizations: Realizing the richness of field research. Journal of Management Accounting Research (10): 1-39. (Summary).
Anderson, S. 1995. A framework for assessing cost management system changes: The case of activity based costing implementation at General Motors, 1986-1993. Journal of Management Accounting Research (7): 1-51. (Summary).
Bledsoe, N. L. and R. W. Ingram. 1997. Customer satisfaction through performance evaluation. Journal of Cost Management (Winter): 43-50. (Summary).
Bradley, A. 1927. Financial control policies of General Motors Corporation and their relationship to cost accounting. N.A.C.A Bulletin (January 1): 412-433. (Volume 8, Number 9).
Brown-Johnson, N. 2004. The Driving Force: Lessons In Teamwork From Saturn And Other Leading Companies. Xephor Press.
Davis, M. W. R. 1999. General Motors: A Photographic History (Images of Motoring). Arcadia Publishing.
Epstein, R. C. 1927. Leadership in the automotive industry, 1903-1924. Harvard Business Review (April): 281-292.
Epstein, R. C. 1927. The rise and fall of firms in the automobile industry. Harvard Business Review (January): 157-174.
Fitzgerald, M. 2016. Building a better car company with analytics. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 40-44.
Fitzgerald, M. 2016. General Motors relies on IoT to keep its customers safe and secure. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 86-91.
Fonvielle, W. and L. P. Carr. 2001. Gaining strategic alignment: Making scorecards work. Management Accounting Quarterly (Fall): 4-14. (Summary).
Griffin, C. E. 1926. The evolution of the automobile market. Harvard Business Review (July): 407-416.
Hiraoka, L. S. 2000. Global Alliances in the Motor Vehicle Industry. Quorum Books.
Imberman, W. 1995. Is gainsharing the wave of the future? Management Accounting (November): 35-39. (Summary).
Johnson, H. T. Editor. 1980. Systems and Profits: Early Management Accounting at DuPont and General Motors. Arno Press.
Johnson, H. T. 1983. The search for gain in markets and firms: A review of the historical emergence of management accounting systems. Accounting, Organizations and Society 8(2-3): 139-146. (Summary).
Johnson, H. T. and A. Broms. 2000. Profit Beyond Measure: Extraordinary Results through Attention to Work and People. New York: The Free Press. (Summary).
Johnson, H. T. and R. S. Kaplan. 1987. Relevance Lost: The Rise and Fall of Management Accounting. Boston: Harvard Business School Press. (Summaries & additional information).
Leibs, S. 2011. GM's Chris Liddell takes stock. CFO (March): 12 and 63.
Lenz, V. 1999. The Saturn Difference: Creating Customer Loyalty In Your Company. John Wiley & Sons.
MacDuffie, J. P. and T. Fujimoto. 2010. Why dinosaurs will keep ruling the auto industry. Harvard Business Review (June): 23-25.
O'Toole, J. 1996. Forming the Future: Lessons from the Saturn Corporation. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, Inc.
Pfeffer, J. 1998. Six dangerous myths about pay. Harvard Business Review (May-June): 109-119. (Summary).
Rubinstein, S. A. and T. A. Kochan. 2001. Learning from Saturn: Possibilities for Corporate Governance and Employee Relations. Cornell University Press and ILR Press.
Sherman, J. 1993. In the Rings of Saturn. Oxford University Press.
Smith, R. B. 1989. Competitiveness in the 90's. Management Accounting (September): 24-29. (Related to changes at General Motors).
Teach, E. 2013. In the fast lane at GM. CFO (January/February): 36-42.
Webinger, M. C. 2011. Where did the money go? A forensic analysis of the cash position of General Motors following the bailout. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting 3(3): 126-149.
Wysner, J. 1994. Every Purse and Purpose: General Motors and the Automotive Business. Wilderness Adventure Books.