Additional Reading

Jan. 14, 2005

Although lean accounting techniques have not yet crept into the accounting textbooks or college classrooms, there are an increasing number of workshops and printed resources. Here are some of the best: Practical Lean Accounting, Brian Maskell and Bruce Baggaley, Productivity Press (2004). Real Numbers, Jean E. Cunningham and Orest J. Fiume, Managing Times Press (2003). Who's Counting, Jerrold M. Solomon, WCM Associates (2003).

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