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Controlling & Budgeting Summaries

Welcome to the world of numbers and reports. Controlling and budgeting are headaches for all enterprises, but they are essential elements of financial planning.

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Simple Numbers, Straight Talk, Big Profits!
Book
 

Greg Crabtree and Beverly Blair Harzog

Greenleaf Book Group, 2011

(9)

The Balanced Scorecard
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Robert S. Kaplan and David P. Norton

Harvard Business Review Press, 1996

(9)

Financial Intelligence
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Karen Berman et al.

Harvard Business Review Press, 2006

(8)

Measuring Leadership Development
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Jack Phillips et al.

McGraw-Hill, 2012

(8)

The Failure of Risk Management
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Douglas W. Hubbard

John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2009

(8)

CEO Priorities
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Neil Giarratana

Career Press, 2010

(6)

The Power of Accounting
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Lawrence D. Lewis

Routledge, 2012

(7)

EVA and Value-Based Management
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S. David Young

McGraw-Hill, 2000

(8)

Liar’s Poker
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Michael Lewis

W.W.Norton, 1989

(8)

The Definitive Guide to Business Finance
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Richard Stutely

Pearson Education Limited, 2008

(8)

Time-Driven Activity-Based Costing
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Robert S. Kaplan and Steven R. Anderson

Harvard Business Review Press, 2007

(8)

Marketing Accountability
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Malcolm McDonald and Peter Mouncey

Kogan Page, 2009

(7)

Waging War on Complexity Costs
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Stephen A. Wilson and Andrei Perumal

McGraw-Hill, 2009

(8)

Real Options
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Tom Copeland and Vladimir Antikarov

Thomson Texere, 2001

(9)

Driving Down Cost
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Andrew Wileman

Nicholas Brealey Publishing, 2008

(9)

Competitive Value Management
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Hermann J. Stern

Wiley-VCH, 2007

(9)

Beyond the Balanced Scorecard
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Mark Graham Brown

Productivity Press, 2007

(7)

Effective Financial Management
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Brian Finch

Kogan Page, 2010

(5)

Analysis Without Paralysis
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Babette E. Bensoussan and Craig S. Fleisher

FT Press, 2008

(7)

Driving Excellence
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Mark Aesch

Hyperion, 2011

(7)

Aspects of Complexity
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Terry Cooke-Davies

Project Mgmt Inst., 2011

(8)

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Controlling & Budgeting

Whether you’re running an international conglomerate with 10,000 employees or a small-town hardware store, you pay close attention to your financial budget. Budgets are a fundamental component for any organization and figure prominently into the financial well-being of your operation. The budgeting process is complex and must account for multiple components. Even the most skilled and experienced professionals find budgeting and planning a formidable challenge. So it’s reassuring to know that getAbstract’s summaries on controlling and budgeting are a dependable source of information, advice and guidance. We’ll take you through the essentials of accounting and bookkeeping and make sure you’re familiar with financial formulas and terminology. You’ll learn the best methods for putting together a realistic budget that will keep costs under control while generating profits. You’ll have easy access to expert advice on maximizing cash flow and liquidity, structuring employees’ salaries, and accurately measuring results.

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