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The New York Times Pocket MBA: Tracking & Controlling Costs

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Learn the 25 keys to understanding how financial reporting and cash flow are essential tools to determining success or failure by evaluating strategic cost management, inventory control, pricing and product mix analysis, and cash management. Tracking & Controlling Costs is part of the New York Times Pocket MBA Series, a 12-volume reference tool for all businesspersons. Each volume, written by professors from top graduate business schools and edited by the New York Times business editors, presents 25 key principles of specific areas of business expertise.

Don't miss any of the volumes in the New York Times Pocket MBA series.

©1999 The New York Times; (P) 2001 Listen & Live Audio, Inc.

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    Alyse Greater Boston 08-15-04
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    "Academic with a boring read"

    If you really need this information, read the book and avoid the reader. It's more like an expaneded glossary, which can be helpful. The concepts may work better when you can view examples or workout ideas of you own on paper. At best it felt like a "C-" MBA essay read by a disengaged reader. I couldn't get passed the fisrt 5 minutes and wished I had saved my money.

    3 of 4 people found this review helpful

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