The Impact of Combining Job Order Cost Accounting System and Just in Time Inventory Management

Dr. Consolacion Fajardo
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This piece of research will examine the impact of combining Job Order Cost Accounting System and Just in Time Inventory Management on the overall efficiency, profitability, and customer satisfaction of selected companies. It will entail a review of literature on the theoretical construct and the practical application of the theories in real world setting. In addition, it will provide examples of businesses that have embraced this creativity in providing quality products and services, maximizing stockholders’ wealth, as well as fostering global community by operating responsibly around the world. It will discuss the cost and benefits resulting from the use of the two systems and conclude with a summary of the rationales on why the combination works.

Keywords: Job Order, JIT, Quality, Efficiency, Creativity
Stream: Economics and Management
Presentation Type: Virtual Presentation in English
Paper: , Impact of Combining Job Order System and Just in Time Inventory Management, The,

Dr. Consolacion Fajardo

Professor of Accounting, Accounting Department, National University
Sacramento, California, USA

Dr. Consolacion Fajardo holds a Doctor of Public Administration degree from the University of Southern California, USA and a CPA certificate from the Philippines. Her teaching experience in higher education (specifically accounting)spans over 40 years using various modes of instruction delivery including the traditional onsite classes and distance education through online classes held in cyberspace. She is currently a Professor of Accounting at National University, California, USA. The crowning glory of her teaching career was her induction to the International Educators' Hall of Fame in 1999. She was nominated and selected to be included in the Who's Who of America's Teachers in the 2004-2005 and 2005-2006 editions. She was a recipient of the NU (National University)President's Professoriate Award in 2005 in recognition of her exceptional contributions beyond normal work requirements to the University, the students, and the community. She has co-authored books and manuals in accounting and has published articles about pedagogy and accounting in professional journals. She is active in her scholarship activities making presentations in national (USA) and international conferences.

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