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Die ABC Analyse und ihre Einsatzmöglichkeiten in touristischen Unternehmen


Inhaltsverzeichnis Abbildungsverzeichnis Tabellenverzeichnis 1. Einleitung 2. Das Instrument ABC Analyse 2.1 Definition 2.2 Vorgehensweise 2.2.1 Erfassen und Sortieren des Datenmaterials 2.2.2 Sortierung der Objekte 2.2.3 Klassifizierung 2.2.4 Graphische Aufbereitung 2.2.5 Folgerungen 2.3 Ziele 2.4 Anwendungsbereiche 2.5 Geschichte 2.6 Vor- und Nachteile 3. Einordnung der ABC Analyse 3.1 Die ABC Analyse im Controlling 3.2 Die ABC Analyse in der Warenwirtschaft 4. Anwendung der ABC Analyse am Beispiel 4.1 Beispiel: Klassifizierung von Produkten nach Umsatz 4.2 Beispiel: Klassifizierung von Produkten nach Wertanteil 5. Pareto 5.1 Das Pareto-Prinzip 5.2 Das „3D-Pareto-Prinzip“ 6. Erweiterung um das Instrument XYZ Analyse 7. Einsatzmöglichkeiten im Tourismus 7.1 Kundenanalyse 7.1.1 Kundenanalyse nach Umsatz 7.1.2 Kundenanalyse nach Alter 7.2 Produktanalyse 7.2.1 Getränkeanalyse nach Umsatz 8. Fazit Literaturverzeichnis

Abbildung 1: Lorenzkurve.........................................................................9 Abbildung 2: Wert- und Mengenanteil.....................................................16 Abbildung 3: Pareto-Prinzip....................................................................17 Abbildung 4: 3D Pareto-Prinzip...............................................................18

Tabelle 1: Tabellarisch erfasstes Datenmaterial.......................................7 Tabelle 2: Sortierung der Objekte.............................................................8 Tabelle 3: Anwendungsbereiche ABC Analyse......................................10 Tabelle 4: Vor- und Nachteile.................................................................12 Tabelle 5: Klassifizierung von…...

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