The Evolution of Management Accounting
The four standards of ethical conduct for management accountants as advanced by the institute of management accountants
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Evolution of Management Accounting discipline and its relationship with other functions in organizations. The challenges of the competitive environment in the 1980s should cause us to examine our traditional cost of accounting and management control systems.
The DuPont Corporation (1903) and the reorganization of General Motors (1920) provided the opportunity for major innovations in the management control of decentralized operations, including the ROI criterion for evaluation of performance and formal budgeting and incentive plans. More recent developments have included discounted cash flow analysis and the application of management science and militiaperson decision theory models
After the 1920s the evolution of management accounting methods reduced as interest and senior management focused on preparing and developing financial statements to meet the new reporting requirements causing from stock market failures.
Then in 1970, when Japanese automobile manufacturers exerted pressure on American and European countries that interest turned to developing a more “larger in scope” management accounting that reported in quality and service rather than simply organisation unit cost performance by 1925,Almost all cost accounting methods in use at the moment had been developed. Since the last sixty years there has been a change in the nature of the business environment. Despite this fact, there has been little change in designing and putting into action most cost accounting and management control procedures. For this reason