Activity-Based Cost Management: An Executive's Guide (Wiley Cost Management .
Activity-Based Cost Management: An Executive's Guide (Wiley Cost Management Series Book 8). Gary Cokins. It is a bit technical so a person should at least understand what ABC is all about before venturing in, but Doug has unique experience in this area and applies his expertise in this book.
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A practical, cost-effective guide to ABC for small to medium companies . Identifies the key cost related issues in organizations and shows how to develop a cost-flow structure that reflects the organization's cost behavior. Feature an ongoing case study throughout the book documents the model-building process. Provides a spreadsheet model blueprint that details data flows.
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A practical, cost-effective guide to ABC for small to medium companies. Identifies the key cost related issues in organizations and shows how to develop a cost-flow structure that reflects the organization's cost behavior
A practical, cost-effective guide to ABC for small to medium companies. Shows how a cost model of an organization can be developed using basic spreadsheet software on a PC. show more. Feature an ongoing case study throughout the book documents the model building process.
This is one of the most useful books I have ever read for assisting small businesses in making product and pricing decisions.
Hubbell, W. 1996, "Combining Economic Value Added and Activity-Based Management," Journal of Cost Management, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 18-29. Small Business is Big Business.
Activity-Based Costing for Small and Mid-Sized Businesses leaves the theorizing to think tanks and provides practical methods that help you gain a competitive advantage through greater understanding of your product and process costs. It shows you how your company can adopt ABC in a practical, cost-effective way without dismantling your current cost information systems.
By following the steps outlined in this book, you'll gain the benefits of accurate and relevant cost information, because, unlike many other books on this subject, Activity-Based Costing for Small and Mid-Sized Businesses is written by a practicing accountant, not an industrial engineer or an academic. Douglas T. Hicks shows you how to use an approach he developed while solving problems for real small and mid-sized companies. He helps you sharpen your competitive edge with:A unique, proven method for developing and visualizing cost flows A spreadsheet model blueprint with data flows An ongoing case study to document the model-building process A special chapter dedicated to service businesses An entire section describing how ABC can be used to improve your overall decision support system
For controllers, cost accountants, owners and managers of small and mid-sized companies, this book offers a proven, practical alternative to the complex, high-cost ABC being promoted by others. It helps CPAs increase service to their clients and boost revenues for their firms. This method also allows educators to incorporate ABC into existing cost accounting courses.
Author: Douglas T. Hicks
Category: Business and Money
Publisher: Wiley (July 15, 1997)
Pages: 328 pages
ePUB size: 1298 kb
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