article doesn't even bother to explain HOW to go about doing activity based costing, duh
I definitely agree with you. I came to this article at work trying to find a way to cost a software project and want to find a good source. If you know of any good sources, please let me know.
I'm trying to find information on how to use Outlook to track costs, time spent on projects, pro bono activities, etc. If anyone has run across this information, or is actually implementing Outlook for this, I'd love to hear about it!
This explains the foundation for understanding costs and measuring the discrete elements that go into cost/benefit measurements but it unfortunately leaves the reader at the period at the end of the article with no follow through or continuation to the next step which is transition to discussion of doing cost/benefit analysis. Cute title but could be considered a mite misleading.
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