#AlignedValue Avoid The Most Common Mistake People Make In Calculating ROI


Your company is ready to make a big purchase — a fleet of cars, a piece of manufacturing equipment, or a new computer system. But before anyone writes a check, you need to calculate the return on investment (ROI) by comparing the expected benefits with the costs. Analyzing ROI isn’t always as simple as it sounds and there’s one mistake that many managers make: confusing cash and profit. This is an important distinction because if you mistake profit for cash in your ROI calculations, you’re likely to show a far better return that you can expect in reality. So keep … Continue reading #AlignedValue Avoid The Most Common Mistake People Make In Calculating ROI