Activity Resource Planning

  • Trevor J. Bentley


At the present time there are a number of ways in which a company can plan and control its activities. These range from simple estimates of future events to sophisticated computerised planning and control systems. All the methods have the following in common.
  1. (a)

    They seek to establish what their future activities will be—planning.

  2. (b)

    They try to discover what should be done—budgets.

  3. (c)

    They attempt to measure what actually happens and then determine cause and effect—control.



Activity Plan Cash Flow Performance Standard Resource Planning Cost Control 
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© Trevor J. Bentley 1978

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