DOUGLAS T. HICKS, CPA, CMC, is a Senior Managing Consultant at BKD, LLP, the nation's eighth largest accounting and consulting firm, and Team Leader of their Decision Costing Services practice. Before entering consulting in 1985, he spent fifteen years in public accounting at Ernst & Young, and in industry with Hayes-Albion Corporation and Kelsey-Hayes Company. Hicks is a member of the American Institute of CPAs, the Michigan Association of CPAs, the Institute of Management Accountants, and the Institute of Management Consultants. He is also the author of Activity-Based Costing for Small and Mid-Sized Businesses: An Implementation Guide, published by Wiley.
Activity-Based Costing: The First Decade.
Strange Case of Ace Manufacturing.
What Is Activity-Based Costing.
Deadly Virus of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles: Determining True Economic Costs.
Logic of Activity-Based Costing.
Case Study: ACME Distributors.
Decision Costing: The Real Reason for Activity-Based Costs.
Activity-Based Costing Model Toolbox.
Developing Cost Flow-Down Structures: Case Studies.
Building a Cost Accumulation and Distribution Model.
Small-Time manufacturing: Developing the Conceptual Model.
Small-Time Manufacturing: Building the Cost Accumulation and Distribution Model, Part 1-Cost Accumulation.
Small- Time Manufacturing: Building the Cost Accumulation and Distribution Model, Part 2--Cost Distribution.
Small-Time Manufacturing: Product Costing.
Small-Time Manufacturing: Discrete Event Simulation or "What If?" Analysis.
Small-Time Manufacturing: Multiyear Costing and Pricing.
Impediments to Adopting Activity-Based Costing at the Small and Mid-Sized Organization.
Making Activity-Based Costing Work at the Small and Mid-Sized Business.