Monthly Archives: June 2013

Standard Costing Debunked – Part 1

Most of the last year (give or take) I’ve been blogging about how Lean Accounting works and why it works best for Lean companies. Now, it’s finally time to say “good bye” for good to Standard Costing.  Maybe, for a … Continue reading

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LEAN DECISION MAKING: Part 3 – Every Decision, All the Time

In Part 1 of this series, I made the case for why standard costing is a poor, non-Lean way to make decisions in a Lean company.  I went on in Part 2 to describe how Lean decision making methods using … Continue reading

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Some Assembly Required by Don Buckingham

First, a short note from Brian Maskell:    I am pleased to welcome our second ‘guest blogger’ Don Buckingham Sr. of Perio Inc.[i] Don writes: During the economic downturn of 2008, I was working as EVP for a national consumer package … Continue reading

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