Two of the most innovative thinkers in the area of financial management have written a work that will stand for many years as the single best resource for understanding a applying activity-based cost management. Cost a Effect takes the management, finance, a accounting fields to an entirely new level. Arguing that most companies don't know how to measure accurately or understand fully what really drives costs in their businesses, the authors present a blueprint for designing new cost systems that will enable managers both to make better decisions a to facilitate learning. Kaplan a Cooper demonstrate how the principles of activity-based costing can drive business performance. Using lively examples from a variety of companies worldwide-including Caterpillar, the Swedish wire manufacturer Kanthal, Kirin Beer, a Procter a Gamble-they show to how create integrated, knowledge-based systems that provide meaningful information on current a past performance. Everyone involved in running a business-from general managers a strategic planners to financial executives, IT professionals, a operations managers-must read this book.Everyone involved in running a business-from general managers aamp; strategic planners to financial executives, IT professionals, aamp; operations managers-must read this book.
|Title||:||Cost and Effect|
|Author||:||Harvard Business School Staff|