Muirhead, David
January 1968
Advanced Management Journal;Winter68, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p36
Academic Journal
Discusses the correlation between accounting, industrial management and decision-making. Importance of financial data to industries; Nature of the job of accountants; Background on the concept of total enterprise; Recommendations on the management of facts.


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