However much of your efforts will be in routine accounting of factories' operations, you will also be involved with departments where large capital expenditures are made. In past, firm has not seen expected returns from new investment, in terms of actual savings achieved. Given size of some coming large investments, on how they can do a better job of making sure a project's expected costs and savings are in fact achieved.
The difference between routine expenses and those incurred by major projects.
What expected return refers to, as compared to profitability.
The typical basis for cost justifying a large investment proposal, including a simple ex.
The assumptions inherent in your ex of a large cost savings project proposal.
Given the assumptions, an explanation of how managers or engineers could monitor the project to see if it will in fact be achieving the expected return.