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Activity-Based Information Systems: An Executive's Guide to Implementation (Wiley Cost Management Series) epub

by Mohan Nair


Activity-Based Information Systems: An Executive's Guide to Implementation (Wiley Cost Management Series) epub

ISBN: 0471324310

ISBN13: 978-0077098599

Author: Mohan Nair

Category: Transportation

Subcategory: Engineering

Language: English

Publisher: Wiley (August 5, 1999)

Pages: 240 pages

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The field of activity-based cost/management (ABC/M) is not simply a cost exercise for technically savvy cost managers; it is a process which can be utilized by nearly any type of business.

The field of activity-based cost/management (ABC/M) is not simply a cost exercise for technically savvy cost managers; it is a process which can be utilized by nearly any type of business. Implementing an ABC/M project involves focusing on the management of activities as a means to improve the value received by customers, and the subsequent profit achieved by providing this value to customers on a continual basis.

Activity-based costing and management (ABC/M) data is key to succeeding in both these critical management strategies. This book explains how executives can effectively use the information furnished by cutting-edge ABC/M systems

Activity-based costing and management (ABC/M) data is key to succeeding in both these critical management strategies. This book explains how executives can effectively use the information furnished by cutting-edge ABC/M systems. The author, an acknowledged expert in the field, clearly defines the ABC/M system and explains how to use the information it provides for best results. He provides a rational framework for understanding the fifteen key defining characteristics of ABC/M and arms readers with an ABC/M Readiness Assessment test along with extremely user-friendly exhibits.

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John Wiley & Sons, Inc. This book is printed on acid-free paper. Note: Portions of this book are adapted from Activity-Based Information Systems:An Executive’s Guide to Implementation by Mohan Nair (New York: John Wiley & Sons, In. 1999). Wiley also publishes its books in a variety of electronic formats. For more information about Wiley products, visit our Web site at ww. iley.

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Электронная книга "Activity-Based Cost Management: An Executive's Guide", Gary Cokins. Activity-based costing and management (ABC/M) data is key to succeeding in both these critical management strategies.

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Stage Five Cost Systems: The Future of ABC/M. oceedings{sedCM, title {Activity-based Cost Management: An Executive's Guide}, author {Gary Cokins}, year {1997} }. Gary Cokins. 1. Removing the Blindfold with ABC/M. 3. Are All Your Trading Partners "Worth It" to You? 4. The Internet, E-Commerce, Supply Chain Management, and Digital Economies: Where Does ABC/M Fit In? 5. The Holy Grail: Performance Measure Systems. That Produce the Correct Behavior. 6. Popular Uses of ABC/M. 7. ABC/M Integrates with Other Software Tools.

Activity-based costing and management are now the stock-in-trade of a lucrative industry, with at least one Big Six consultancy operation devoted wholly to their promotion. The mechanics depend on treating the staff department as a mass-producer of repeated acts of routine service (‘activities’) performed ‘for’ particular cost-objects, usually products

"Much has been written on ABC/M, but it is rare to find implementation secrets put together in such an approachable format."-Ashok Vadgama Manager, Configuration Management and ABM Motorola Whether you are looking to improve your business's bottom line or streamlining your company's financial decisions, Activity-Based Information Systems provides you with the know-how and expert information you need to get started on the road to success. This is the first book of its kind that examines the complex choices and opportunities available to corporations and individuals embarking on the ABC/M journey. Rather than focusing on the pitfalls of establishing this information system, Mohan Nair outlines-in plain English-the seven keys to establishing the proper conditions for a successful ABC/M implementation. In this unique and groundbreaking book, you'll also learn аbout: * The history and framework behind activity-based information systems * The three factors of technology, people, and processes used in implementation * How to make the critical move from implementation start-up to education, and on through the production phases * Four cases of actual implementation and the unique contribution which ABC/M makes in the pursuit of financially endorsed and IT-maintained operational information * The proper checklist to have for basic evaluations of specific information systems Even the latest high-speed technology and desktop applications now routinely used by corporations around the world, the most essential business information that operating managers and CFOs can use today, is still unreachable. It doesn't have to be. The field of activity-based cost/management (ABC/M) is not simply a cost exercise for technically savvy cost managers; it is a process which can be utilized by nearly any type of business. Implementing an ABC/M project involves focusing on the management of activities as a means to improve the value received by customers, and the subsequent profit achieved by providing this value to customers on a continual basis. The information obtained from ABC and activity-based management (ABM) is quickly becoming vital for operating managers who rely on a high-quality ABC information system to meet their demands. Now, the president of Oregon's ABC Technologies, author Mohan Nair, meets those demands with Activity-Based Information Systems. Providing a framework for implementing activity-based information systems (ABIS), Mr. Nair, using nontechnical language, examines the strategies for technology evaluation and design, their organizational and financial implications, and technology's limitations. Executives will appreciate the success-ful implementation strategies contained in this book-strategies that are not focused on avoiding pitfalls, but utilized to create the conditions for success. With proven insights backed by experience, not doctrines, Mr. Nair explains how most implementations have generally focused on the process and people views of an ABC/M endeavor-yet all three views, including a technological view, must be understood and coexist routinely in order to have a truly successful and continuous implementation of ABC/M. However, the book does not simply demonstrate ABC/M and ABIS concepts. Business managers and consultants alike will value Mohan Nair's perspectives on time-based management, business process reengineering, thruput maximization, budget justification, strategic cost management, and profitability management, as well as how these initiatives relate to ABM. In today's computer-enabled business world, it pays to have an in-depth knowledge of costing, along with an appreciation for capitalizing on the use of systems and software. There is no simple "recipe" for overnight implementation; however, by following Mohan Nair's sevenfold steps to successful ABC/M implementation, your company can create the best conditions for success and meet the future head-on with an activity-based information system that is operationally used, financially endorsed, and IT-maintained.