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Macmillan Higher Education Palgrave Higher Education

Management Control

Theories, Issues and Performance

Edition 2nd Edition
ISBN 9781403935359
Publication Date June 2005
Formats Paperback 
Publisher Palgrave

This is a new edition of the same authors' Management Control: Theories, Issues and Practices. The book provides undergraduate and postgraduate students of management control, together with interested practitioners, with a thoroughly contemporary overview of the area. Whilst the core of the original book is retained, new chapters are added on knowledge management, risk and control in Networks.

ANTHONY J.BERRY is Professor of Management Control, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK.

JANE BROADBENT is Professor of Accounting, Royal Holloway College, University of London, UK.

DAVID OTLEY is KPMG Peat Marwick Professor of Accounting, University of Lancaster, UK.

The Domain of Organisational Control
Approaches to Control in the Organisational Literature
Structures of Control
Procedures for Control
The Context of Control
Performance Management: A Framework for Analysis
Accounting Systems and Control
Performance Management Practice
Divisional Control and Performance
Strategy and Control
Culture and Control
Intellectual Control and the Management Control of Knowledge Resources
Control in Networks
Control of Supply Chains
Management Controls in the Public Services: The Example of Schools
Risk and Control: The Control of Risk and the Risk of Control
Ethics, Organisation and Control
Sustainability and Management Control
End Piece.

Reviews

'Anyone who reads this book will gain a rich and up-to-date understanding of important management control issues that concern practitioners and researchers alike. One could not do better than starting here for insight into this area. Throughout the book is written in a lucid, accessible manner that does not detract from the intellectual weight of the content. It is well referenced and indexed. This is an excellent text for teaching or personal research that is easy to read and at the cutting edge of current research without ever being a slave to fashion or neglecting important older work in the area.' - Trevor Hopper, Professor of Management Accounting, University of Manchester, UK
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