A few weeks ago, I was discussing a paradox with Doug Hicks, president of D.T. Hicks & Co., a performance-improvement consulting firm in Farmington Hills, Michigan. The paradox, which continues to puzzle me, is how chief financial officers (CFOs) and controllers can be aware that their managerial accounting data is flawed and misleading, yet not take action to do anything about it.
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