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MUM: Dr Bargerstock, Director of MBA programs, presents at regional conference
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6 December 2013
Management professor Andrew Bargerstock of Maharishi University of Management in the USA recently presented at the fall conference of the Cedar Rapids chapter of the Institute for Management Accounting. He presented on the evidence showing that most lean manufacturers continue to utilize costly and unnecessary standard costing systems.
Dr. Bargerstock, who directs MBA programs at MUM, discussed the lean paradigm and offered a model for new performance metrics in lean enterprises.
A former Fortune 500 executive and national consultant for federal and state governmental agencies and private corporations, Dr. Bargerstock also recently returned from the Annual Lean Accounting Summit in Orlando, Florida, where one of his PhD students earned recognition as the Lean Accounting Student of the Year.
In two of the past three years, the Lean Accounting Student of the Year has come from Maharishi University of Management. In addition, Dr. Bargerstock was recognized by the Lean Enterprise Institute as the 2009 Excellence in Lean Accounting Professor.
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Global Good News comment:
The unique approach to the MBA Accounting programs at MUM flows from their focus on two leading-edge perspectives:
∙ Lean Management and Lean Accounting
∙ Management by Natural Law, as conceived by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, the Founder of Maharishi University of Management, with its emphasis on the full development of mental, physical and emotional capabilities. Through a course in the Science and Technology of Consciousness (STC), students appreciate how nature organizes according to the path of least resistance (flow) and how to unlock their own creativity in a purposeful and coherent manner to enhance decision-making. Connections to STC principles are expressed throughout the curriculum.
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