Practice 11: Equitable Cost Allocation
Show that your operating unit can generate a positive impact on the bottom line.
Every dime spent by your company represents a cost of doing business. Generally speaking, a company’s cost of doing business must be funded by a revenue source. Otherwise, your company wouldn’t be doing business for long! Cost allocation is the equitable distribution of operating cost across your company’s revenue sources. Each revenue source pays its share. The One Stop LeaderShop manager training program is a primer in cost allocations methods. We’ll give you some sample templates for building your own cost allocation model.
Equitable Cost Allocation is included under the One Stop LeaderShop mega-heading Cost Management. You might also be interested in learning Practice 10: Budgeting & Forecasting and Practice 12: Vendor Management. Be sure to check out the One Stop LeaderShop Workbook. This CD-ROM contains all of the forms and spreadsheets referenced in all 14 One Stop LeaderShop Practices. Put your learning into practice right away!
Cost Management Combination Pack (Paperback Edition)
This convenient paperback edition contains One Stop LeaderShop Practice 10: Budgeting & Forecasting, Practice 11: Equitable Cost Allocation and Practice 12: Vendor Management. Effective cost management is the hallmark of a successful organization.
Why Do You Need an Equitable Cost Allocation Practice?
Your business partners need you to drive quality and affordability. Your reputation, and that of your team, will depend on the value you deliver.