Accounting Dictionary - Letter A
(also called ABM) is a discipline about the management of activities that improve values received by customers and the profit generated by providing such values. Activity-based management uses a lot of information from an activity-based costing (ABC) system. There are two types of activity-based management: operational and strategic.
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