Stages of implementation of zero based budgeting, Cost Accounting

Stages of Implementation of Zero Based Budgeting

1. Definition of decision package.

It is the comprehensive description of the organizations activities or functions.

2. Ranking and Evaluation of packages.

This is on benefit basis.

3. Resource allocation according to such priorities.

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