Management pp 227-237 | Cite as

Control in Practice: Examples In and Out of Business

  • Roger Oldcorn
Part of the Macmillan Business Masters book series (PPMB)


This chapter is a natural continuation of the last chapter. By the end of it you should be able to recognise some of the ways in which controls are used in practice, especially budgetary control, and identify their major advantages and disadvantages.


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Further Reading

  1. More information on control will be found in the book by John Sizer mentioned above, particularly budgetary control. Similarly most texts on operations and production management contain sections on control.Google Scholar

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© Roger Oldcorn 1996

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