Before the author came to understand OIS as an operationalized budgeted income statement, he published a total of 5 articles in Wiley’s Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance characterizing OIS from different perspectives. For the interested reader they include:
- Activity-based budgeting
- CFO and advanced analytics
- Maximizing ROI of Sales/Marketing expenditures with demand driven planning
- Next generation analytics for M&A and private equity
- Extending true optimization from the balance sheet (stock variables) to the income statement (flow variable).
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