Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Workshop on Activity Based Management at Pune, India



Indian industry, notwithstanding its growth projection, continues to face an uphill battle to identify the ‘real’ opportunities for growth amidst reduced consumer confidence and a customer population that is prone to churn and attrition. Many Indian enterprises, having invested heavily in good times are now finding it very difficult to sustain the cost structures with reduced margins. While the economic crisis will have serious impact on the growth and profitability of the companies, the crisis offers an excellent opportunity for companies to transform themselves towards long term profitable growth and increased stakeholder value. Not surprisingly several leading firms in India have started comprehensive transformation programs. The question though is – what should be the goal of such transformation programs? Should they focus on growth or profitability? Wouldn’t cutting costs offer immediate return of profits? Should more customers be acquired? Do more customer means more revenue and importantly more profits? While these are very common questions that the executives driving these transformation programs address, the reality behind these transformation programs is that often companies undertake these programs on “Gut feel” rather than basing them on “complete and consistent facts”.
To improve financial performance is a high priority in most organizations today. But to find accurate information on costs and profits for decision-making can be difficult. The problem is that traditional accounting systems were developed mainly for external reporting purposes. As a result, these systems often provide inaccurate and misleading information about costs and profitability. What you need is a system that will enable you to accurately measure costs and profitability for products, services, customers, and processes. It should also reveal the root causes of a certain cost or profitability level, enabling you to make the right decisions and take action to improve financial performance. What you need is Activity-Based Costing and Management. An unmatched concept that enables you to make better strategic and operational decisions to increase profitability, manage costs, and improve operational efficiency.
With ABC/M you can:
– Identify the most and least profitable products, services, customers, or sales Channels
– Accurately determine true costs for products and services
We are pleased to invite nominations from your organization for our One Day's Workshop on "Activity Based Management (ABM)". The details of the same are as under:

Date of Training Program - Saturday, 8th August, 2009.
Time - From 9:00 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.

Venue of the Workshop:
National Insurance Academy (NIA)
Opp. Chatrapati Shivaji Stedium, Balewadi,
Katraj - Dehu Road Bypass
Near Sadanand Resort
Pune-411045

Faculty:
Mr. Rajendra Patil

Who Should Attend the Workshop:
• CEOs, Senior as well as Middle Level professionals from Finance, Marketig, Costing, Operations, Sourcing who are keen to take their functional expertise to the next level.
• Note: This is not just a workshop but this can lead to Consultancy on ABM Projects. We assure that if you take ABM seriously and implement it, it will add to your bottom line in CRORES.
• Workshop Charges / Fees - (Includes Course Material, Break-fast, Tea-Coffee & Lunch)
Rs.4412 /- (inclusive of Service Tax) for 1 participant
Rs.4081/- (inclusive of Service Tax) per participant for 2 participants from the same organization.
Rs.3750 /- (inclusive of Service Tax) per participant for 3 or more participants from the same organization.

Payment to be made by cheque in the name of "Human Capital Consultants".

Ajay Walimbe
Director
Human Capital Consultants
A/16, Pradnyangad Apartment
Opp. Haripriya Hall
Navsha Maruti Mandir Lane
Off Tanaji Malusare Marg
Pune - 411 030
Tel: 020-66203576
Mobile: +91-9881060190

1 comment:

  1. Hello,

    Is there any soft copies of the materials reviewed. I would love to share this practice with my local program management teams.

    Kind regards,
    Peter
    so_pete@yahoo.com

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