Business Management Controls: A Guide describes the various types of controls in all core business functions and outlines several frameworks (including BSC) for designing and implementing those controls. A selection of illustrative case studies, together with some key recommendations throughout the book, offer the reader further help and guidance on applying these controls within their own business, regardless of its size.This book is aimed at anyone wanting to control and improve the assets, transactions, operations, systems activities and investments of their organisation. They will learn how to develop more streamlined and successful working practices and enable, facilitate and protect their own business operation in a more effective way with this essential guide.
Subjects: Management & Organizational Behavior
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