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Title: Del diseño de modelos de costes basados en las actividades a su uso normalizado
Other Titles: From design of activity-based costing systems to their regular use
Author: Fitó Bertran, Àngels
Slof, John
Others: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Keywords: accounting system change
activity-based costing
cost system implementation
Issue Date: 3-Nov-2011
Publisher: Intangible Capital
Citation: Fitó Bertran, A. & Slof, J. (2011). Del diseño de modelos de costes basados en las actividades a su uso normalizado. Intangible capital, 7(2), 474-506. doi: 10.3926/ic.2011.v7n2.p474-506
Also see: http://www.intangiblecapital.org/index.php/ic/article/download/268/205
Abstract: Purpose, to understand why many companies that develop activity-based costing (ABC) systems do not use them on a regular basis. Design/methodology/approach: We review the existing literature on the process of ABC implementation, concentrating specifically on the step from the acceptance of an ABC model to its routine use. We identify key factors for successful uptake of ABC systems as a regular management tool and use these factors to interpret the experience of two companies that illustrate, respectively, a success and a failure. Findings, sixteen factors are identified that positively or negatively influence the actual use of ABC costing systems. These factors can be grouped into six categories: strategic, individual, organizational, technological, operational and external factors. Originality/value. This paper sheds some light on the paradoxical situation that regular usage of ABC systems is not as common as might be expected given their widespread acceptance on a conceptual level.
Language: Spanish
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/92328
ISSN: 2014-3214MIAR

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