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The March-April 2015 issue of Cost Management

a publication by Thomson Reuters was dedicated to CAM-I. CAM-I will also have one more article in the May/June issue.

Articles

The CAM-I performance management framework: a holistic approach to improving business performance. The CAM-I performance management framework provides a holistic implementation framework that aims to evaluate and improve any organization's business performance using one consistent methodology, regardless of size or industry, as discussed in this Cost Management article.
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Delivering customer value through value analysis. Value analysis enables organizations to channel their product development activities to areas that provide the greatest customer value, as discussed in this Cost Management article.
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Can you quantify the value of your data? The Intelligent Data Quality Management (IDQM) working group is addressing the problem of poor data management by creating an equation that places a dollar value on any record of data, as discussed in this Cost Management article.
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Does it always make sense to share? Costing in a shared services environment. This Cost Management article examines the application of managerial cost accounting methodologies in order to shed light on the true costs of providing shared services.
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Cost management tools for the environmentally sustainable firm. Over the past several years, the Environmental Sustainability Interest Group has developed tools and techniques to help companies understand and manage their environmental sustainability programs, as discussed in this Cost Management article
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Risky Business: Maximizing Performance - Risk management is a well-developed field where key concepts have been defined and explored in a variety of contexts. When risk mitigation fails, though, an organization often faces a crisis. Less has been written about crisis management, with the dominant themes in the literature being leadership and communication in crisis situations.
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