2010 - Richard Whipp Lifetime Achievement Award, British Academy of Management
Fellow of the British Academy of Management
His main research concerns Management control system, Accounting, Management accounting, Control and Accounting information system. His Management control system research incorporates themes from Performance management, Knowledge management, Operations management, Fundamental human needs and Empirical research. His studies in Performance management integrate themes in fields like Engineering ethics and Process management.
The various areas that David Otley examines in his Accounting study include Business process, Financial management, Public relations and Scope. His study in Management accounting is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Empirical evidence, Project accounting, Positive accounting, Financial accounting and Positive economics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Risk analysis and Case method.
Accounting, Management control system, Control, Management accounting and Performance management are his primary areas of study. His Accounting study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Organizational performance, Empirical research, Finance and Budgetary Control. In Organizational performance, David Otley works on issues like Balanced scorecard, which are connected to Creative accounting.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Incentive, Engineering ethics, Process and Process management in addition to Management control system. His Control study incorporates themes from Management science and Knowledge management. His studies deal with areas such as Accounting information system, Accounting management, Accounting standard, Contingency theory and Positive accounting as well as Management accounting.
His primary scientific interests are in Management control system, Performance management, Control, Risk analysis and Process. The concepts of his Management control system study are interwoven with issues in Engineering ethics, Operations management, Value, Risk management and Punishment. His Performance management study combines topics in areas such as Professional services, Perception, Affect, Big Four and Organizational commitment.
His Control research includes elements of Management science, Field and Body of knowledge. His research integrates issues of Contingency theory, Contingency, Accounting, Middle range theory and Process management in his study of Process. His Accounting study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Higher education, Empirical research and Discretion.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Management control system, Process, Accounting, Performance management and Operations management. His Management control system research is under the purview of Control. His Process research integrates issues from Contingency, Risk analysis and Middle range theory.
His Management accounting study in the realm of Accounting connects with subjects such as Research assessment. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Positive economics, Stewardship theory, Principal–agent problem, Ignorance and Illusion of control. His research integrates issues of Dialectic, Process management and Change management in his study of Operations management.
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Performance management: a framework for management control systems research
The design and use of performance management systems: An extended framework for analysis
Aldónio Ferreira;David Otley.
The contingency theory of management accounting: Achievement and prognosis
David T. Otley.
The effects of the interactive use of management control systems on product innovation
Josep Bisbe;David Otley.
Accounting for management control
Clive Emmanuel;David Otley;Kenneth Merchant.
Practice Developments in Budgeting: An Overview and Research Perspective
Stephen C. Hansen;David T. Otley;Wim A. Van der Stede.
Emerging themes in management control: a review of recent literature
A. J. Berry;A. F. Coad;Elaine P. Harris;D. T. Otley.
Budget Use and Managerial Performance
David T. Otley.
Management control in contemporary organizations: towards a wider framework
A Review of the Literature on Control and Accountability
Kenneth A. Merchant;David T. Otley.
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