In the Aug. 7-20, 2006, issue of Accounting Today, Gary Boomer's article, "The time sheet is only one measure of performance" (page 24), gives me hope there may be light at the end of our tunnel vision.In my books, I have logically, empirically and thoroughly refuted the three common defenses for maintaining time sheets, which are:

1. We need them to price.

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