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A Guide to Business Performance Measurements

  • Authors
  • Edwin Whiting

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. Objectives and Scope

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    6. Back Matter
      Pages 26-26
  3. The Measures in Detail

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  4. Bases of Accounting

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  5. Performance Ratios

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  6. Business Types and Styles

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  7. Back Matter
    Pages 307-320

About this book

Introduction

Everyone in business wants to improve their performance. But how to choose between the bewildering number of ways in which success is measured? Do you choose cash flow, added value, operating ratios? - and what kind of profit measure suits your business? This book provides you with an easy-to-follow guide covering over 50 different measurements. It explains each measure's uses and describes the situations for which it is best suited, giving you the snags and merits.

Keywords

accounting business organization

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