MANAGEMENT CONTROL SYSTEM Definition

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MANAGEMENT CONTROL SYSTEM is essentially a strategic tool for holding managers accountable and responsible for their performance. Existence of such a system also provides feedback for managers to know how they perform, in which direction the organization is heading, and what type of course correction may be required to stay on course.

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FIXED CAPITAL includes the value of the purchases and own-account construction of fixed assets by enterprises, households, private non-profit institutions, and general government for civil defense. Its components include construction and durable equipment.

COUNT is to enumerate some characteristic such as the number of items in inventory.

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