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Cost Management 2016
Formerly Journal of Cost Management

January/February - November/December

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

Cost Management 1987-2018 | Journal Bibliographies Main Page

Aranoff, G. 2016. Cost of idle capacity as a product cost in a mathematical model. Cost Management (March/April): 10-15.

Balachandran, S. and B. V. Balachandran. 2016. Connecting the front line to the bottom line: The next avatar of cost management. Cost Management (September/October): 29-36.

Bandyopadhyay, T. and S. Shankar. 2016. The impact of crisis on microfinance institution efficiencies: A data envelopment analysis approach. Cost Management (November/December): 33-40.

Benson, B. B. 2016. Hoshin Kanri: The fundamental starting point for lean success. Cost Management (January/February): 15-18.

Constas, M. 2016. Calculating a project's bread-even point: When is a loss really a loss? Cost Management (July/August): 6-13.

Dyer, R. 2016. Kaizen. Cost Management (January/February): 19-21.

Fischer, M. and G. Gordon. 2016. Public college and university financial statements: Reformat enables strategic cost management. Cost Management (November/December): 41-47.

Foster, B. 2016. Diversity versus discrimination: How to protect yourself. Cost Management (July/August): 24-36.

Gupta, M. 2016. Toward a balanced scorecard: Application and development of a TOC/ABC-based synergistic framework: Part II. Cost Management (May/June): 15-27.

Hilmola, O. and M. Gupta. 2016. EVA-based performance evaluation of initial public offerings: Analysis and some TOC-based insights. Cost Management (November/December): 15-32.

Hujak, J. 2016. The fourth industrial revolution: Factors of production misalignment on a global scale. Cost Management (September/October): 13-22.

Kapanowski, G. 2016. Continuous improvement project log. Cost Management (March/April): 6-9.

Kapanowski, G. 2016. Lean fundamentals for accountants. Cost Management (January/February): 5-14. (Summary).

Kapanowski, G. 2016. Lean maturity assessment: From theory to practical use. Cost Management (May/June): 28-35.

Kapanowski, G. 2016. Lean visual management for effective business problem-solving. Cost Management (July/August): 37-47.

Kapanowski, G. 2016. Lean strategy: Customer focus for generating competitive advantage. Cost Management (September/October): 37-42.

Kaplan, R. S. 2016. Letter to Paul Sharman. Cost Management (September/October): 6-7. (Kaplan said he is distressed to learn that accounting academics have commended that management accounting may no longer be relevant for a service and knowledge-led economy. Service firms have an even greater need for cost information because all the cost incurred by service organizations are related to shared resources. He argues that those who advocate otherwise are "detached from the current problems and opportunities in today's organizations." Kaplan uses his work on time-driven ABC for health care as an example).

Kraemer, H. 2016. A CEO's perspective: How work really gets done - People, strategy, communication, and measurement. Cost Management (September/October): 8-12.

Krebs, M. S. 2016. The lean approach to application development. Cost Management (January/February): 26-30.

Labissoniere, T. and J. Seppala. 2016. Kanbans for all. Cost Management (January/February): 22-25.

McNair-Connolly, C. J. 2016. Blind faith: The hidden costs of capacity overutilization. Cost Management (March/April): 40-47.

Nair, M. and B. V. Balachandran. 2016. Innovation from within: How to energize the organization to reach beyond compliance. Cost Management (September/October): 23-28.

Parkinson, J. M., G. K Riro and N. M. Waweru. 2016. The accounting information needs of the indigenous microentrepreneur. Cost Management (May/June): 36-47.

Pickering, M. and V. Byrnes. 2016. The changing role of management accountants in a lean enterprise: From "bean counter" to delivering customer value. Cost Management (January/February): 38-47.

Ravenscraft, B. 2016. See it to believe it: Using a VSM to understand manufacturing and make better capital investment decisions. Cost Management (March/April): 16-22.

Sharman, P. 2016. A new perspective on cost accounting? Cost Management (March/April): 3-25.

Sharman, P. 2016. Analysis and strategy implementation. Cost Management (July/August): 3-5.

Sharman, P. 2016. Bringing research into practice. Cost Management (November/December): 3-5.

Sharman, P. 2016. Lean: Art of the practical. Cost Management (January/February): 3-4.

Sharman, P. 2016. Possibilities for cost management and strategy implementation. Cost Management (May/June): 3-5.

Sharman, P. 2016. The state of management today: An interview with Eleanor Bloxham. Cost Management (September/October): 43-48.

Sharman, P. and B. V. Balachandran. 2016. Be distinct or extinct. Cost Management (September/October): 3-5.

Shepherd, N. 2016. Strategy and rapid response decisions. Cost Management (November/December): 6-14.

Simonis, R. H. 2016. Reducing the cost of complexity: A case study. Cost Management (January/February): 31-37.

Singhania, M. and A. Jaitly. 2016. Project Tiger: Cost-benefit analysis. Cost Management (July/August): 14-23. (An initiative by India's government to save the nation's tigers).

Singhania, M. and S. Sharma. 2016. Cost-based indexing of fare and freight to fuel price: Innovative pricing policy for Indian railways. Cost Management (March/April): 24-39.

Vercio, P. and A. Vercio. 2016. A guide to a managed system for health care: Part II. Cost Management (May/June): 6-14.