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Title Achieving managerial control / editor, Gerald Vinten
Published [Bradford, England] : Emerald Group Pub., 2004
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Description 1 online resource (pages 480-570) : illustrations
Series Managerial auditing journal ; v. 19, no. 4, 2004
Managerial auditing journal ; v. 19, no. 4
Contents EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD; Abstracts and keywords; Control self-assessment as a route to organisational excellence A Scottish Housing Association case study; Management accounting practices in selected Asian countries A review of the literature; Impact of ISO 9000 registration on company performance Evidence from Malaysia; Goal characteristics, communication and reward systems, and managerial propensity to create budgetary slack; BSQ strategic formulation framework A hybrid of balanced scorecard, SWOT analysis and quality function deployment
Summary Control self-assessment (CSA) has been discussed as an audit technique, but little practical guidance is available in the UK on the subject. A limited number of public sector organisations have implemented it. This paper describes a case study of CSA implementation in a Scottish Housing Association. The case study details the decision processes that led to the choice of CSA as a favoured audit technique, and the development of CSA skills within the organisation. This paper examines the broader benefits of a CSA approach, in terms of performance management and employee empowerment. This paper a
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Print version record
Subject Auditing.
Form Electronic book
Author Vinten, Gerald.
ISBN 086176952X
1845443985 (electronic bk.)
9781845443986 (electronic bk.)