Cost & Effect

Cost Effect Two of the most innovative thinkers in the field present a work that represents the single best resource for understanding and implementing activity based cost management Kaplan and Cooper reveal that

Two of the most innovative thinkers in the field present a work that represents the single best resource for understanding and implementing activity based cost management Kaplan and Cooper reveal that most companies don t know how to measure accurately, influence, or understand the fundamental cost drivers in their businesses They then provide a detailed and comprehensivTwo of the most innovative thinkers in the field present a work that represents the single best resource for understanding and implementing activity based cost management Kaplan and Cooper reveal that most companies don t know how to measure accurately, influence, or understand the fundamental cost drivers in their businesses They then provide a detailed and comprehensive blueprint that will enable managers to make better decisions and to promote organizational learning and improvement Cost and Effect takes the management, finance, and accounting fields to an entirely new level, as the authors demonstrate how the principles of activity based costing and other advanced cost management techniques, such as target and kaizen costing, can drive business performance Using lively examples from a variety of leading companies worldwide including Siemens, Hewlett Packard, ATT, the Swedish wire manufacturer Kanthal, Kirin Beer, and Procter Gamble they show how to create integrated, knowledge based systems that provide meaningful information on current and past performance The innovation systems described in Cost and Effect will help you determine where improvements in quality, efficiency, and productivity will have the highest payoffs assist front line employees in their learning and improvement activities make better product mix and capital investment decisions negotiate effectively on price, product features, qua

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Cost & Effect

  1. Robert S Kaplan born 1940 is Baker Foundation Professor at Harvard Business School, United States, and co creator, together with David P Norton, of the balanced scorecard, a means of linking a company s current actions to its long term goals Kaplan and Norton introduced the balanced scorecard method in their 1992 Harvard Business Review article, The Balanced Scorecard Measures That Drive Performance.This method has been endorsed by companies such as Mobil and Sears The balanced scorecard envisages executives as pilots with a range of controls and indicators in front of them, based upon which they make decisions and develop strategies He has also published in the fields of strategy, cost accounting and management accounting Prior to Harvard, Kaplan was on the faculty and was Dean of the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University.In 2006, Kaplan received the Lifetime Contribution Award from the Management Accounting Section of the American Accounting Association.In 2006, Kaplan was named to the Accounting Hall of Fame.

749 Reply to “Cost & Effect”

  1. Good management book written by cost guru Robert Kaplan, also known from Activity Based Costing and Balanced Score Card.


  2. Una obra de lectura imprescindible para conocer las bases del costeo ABC, con muy buenas explicaciones de sus beneficios.


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