Business management, Cost Accounting

Business Management

Business Management includes planning and staffing, organizing, directing and controlling an organization's activities so like to meet a specified objective, generally profit maximization. The function of managing activities of business is entrusted to the managers of the business.  For the managers to maximize profits, they should minimize the entire cots of business.  Therefore they require tracking all costs like they are incurred and recovered with the organization's activities.  To obtain this information as it happens as LIVE, they require an effective an efficient 'information system' referred to like cost accounting.  Therefore it will be appreciated such if cost of organization accounting information system fails, so the managers cannot manage it effectively and efficiently.

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