Project Profitability: Ensuring Improvement Projects Achieve Maximum Cash ROI
“If your position requires you to analyze the ROI or increased efficiencies of projects, then this is a must read. This book could literally save you millions of dollars by analyzing projects based on the cash return instead of perceived savings.” —Jarrod Souza, CFO at Michael Hyatt and Company
“’Project Profitability’ should be read, underlined, and regularly revisited by any leader responsible for improving the bottom line.” —Daniel D. Morris, CPA, CGMA, TEP; Senior Partner, Morris + D’Angelo, Silicon Valley
“This book does an excellent job explaining the rationale for taking a different approach to assessing project value and then walks the reader through how to apply it, measure, and track to ensure real cash benefits are realized.” —Greg Soltis, Business Unit President
Consultants and internal project teams often make substantial claims about the savings opportunities resulting from their projects. Most of the time, these claims do not come true. Project Profitability explains why these opportunities are not realized and offers a framework that will guarantee your teams identify projects that align with your strategy, calculate cash savings appropriately, and realize these cash savings upon implementation.
Customers of consulting organizations can use this book to keep their consultants honest when savings are promised. Consulting organizations can use this book to help document the value their solutions bring, how much of that value can be realized, and what’s necessary to achieve it.
If you are a consultant, you do not want to risk having your customer know the content of this book and challenge the value promise!