How to calculate the project’s Cost-Benefit Ratio
The Cost-Benefit Ratio is a statistic that measures the money spent to achieve 1% of social impact
The foundation is a ratio: R = C:B
where R is the ratio, C is the costs (i.e. money spent) and B is the benefits (i.e. change achieved).
The numbers you need | ||||||
Source | KPI | KPA | Unit | Target | Actual | |
1 | Budget | Payments | Finance | $ money spent | $ | $ |
4 | Proposal | Payoffs | Strategy | % change achieved | % |
The results you get | |||||
Source | Actual | Target | Measure | Score | |
1 | $ - Budget | 995,000 | 1000,000 | Economy | 99.5 |
4 | % - Proposal | 5 | 10 | Equity{ | 50 |
199,000:1 | 100,000:1 | C|B Equity{ | 1.99x target |
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