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The Use of Management Control Systems and Operations Management Techniques

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Abstract

It is well known that both management control systems (MCSs) and operations management (OM) are related to firm performance; however, an integrated study that involves MCS and OM within the context of firm performance is still lacking. This research aimed to examine the relationships among the use of MCSs and OM techniques and firm performance in the Brazilian auto parts industry. Simons’ levers of control framework was used to characterise the uses of MCSs, and OM techniques, such as total quality management (TQM) and continuous improvement programmes, were adopted. The results obtained through the structural equation modelling indicated that the diagnostic use of MCSs is positively associated with the goals of cost reduction. In addition, the interactive use of MCSs is positively associated with the objectives of introducing new products, which is consistent with previous research. Additionally, OM techniques are positively related to cost reduction but have no direct relationship with the introduction of new products.

Keyword : management control system, operations management techniques, performance, diagnostic use, interactive use Sistema de controle gerencial, Técnicas de gestão operacional, Uso diagnóstico, Uso interativo

How to Cite
Nisiyama, E. K., Oyadomari, J. C. T., Yen-Tsang, C., & Aguiar, A. B. de. (2016). The Use of Management Control Systems and Operations Management Techniques. Brazilian Business Review, 13(2), 56-81. https://doi.org/10.15728/bbr.2016.13.2.3

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