"Part 2: Budgeting & Accounting. Chapter 6: Fundamentals of Zero-Base Budgeting"
Author: Gardiner, William S.
Published In: Facilities Management: A Manual for Plant Administration, first edition
Zero-base budgeting is a formal process by which resources are allocated on the basis of projected results; activities are identified, alternatives are considered and evaluated, choices are made and implemented, and results are monitored. Covers the zero-base budgeting concept, the effects of zero-base budgeting on an organization's successful operation, steps in the zero-base budgeting process, decision units, obstacles to developing decision packages, and objectives and benefits of zero-base budgeting.
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