Wilkerson Co. Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

President Wilkerson, faced with a decline in profits, is struggling to understand why the company is facing stiff competition in prices for the same product line, and the ability to raise prices without competitive response to other product lines. The controller assumes that companies develop an activity-based cost model to better understand the different requirements that each product line is the indirect and support resources of the organization. Rewritten version of the previous case. "Hide
by Robert S. Kaplan Source: HBS Premier Case Collection 4 pages. Publication Date: Mar 07, 2001. Prod. #: One hundred one thousand and ninety-two-PDF-ENG

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