The Cost of Non-value-added Activities

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The Cost of Non-value-added Activities
Why do non-value activities cause costs to increase unnecessarily?

Non-value Adding Activities
The more non-value adding activities you do, the more costs you will incur. Since your activities are not adding any value, this cost increase is unnecessary.

Non Value Added Activities in ABC
Kasaw, Ethiopia, Member
Non value added activities are those which are present in the process of production of goods or services with little importance or advantage. If they're identified and removed, no change in output will occur, but the cost will decrease significantly.

Non Value Cost and Cash Flow
Sudesh Bhikha, Entrepreneur, United States, Member
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