Be less at risk of unfunded liability and more able to plan effectively for changes in policy and operational necessity
When the built-up (and through-life) cost of delivering a given outcome is not known, then how can an enterprise understand the consequences of cuts to their budgets (on those outcomes)? Equally, what if the required outcomes are changed, due to necessity or changes in policy?
Why is it important for private-sector enterprises to clearly understand the relationship between overheads and delivery functions? There are obviously many reasons but there are two particular drivers:
Parity has extensive experience in understanding and modelling the built-up costs of both private and public sector organisations, and their relationships to outcomes.
The Parity Capability Costing method allows us to build you a deterministic model of your enterprise, which you can use to understand your organisation and model the effects of possible or real changes.
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