2 edition of Effective financial management in public and nonprofit agencies found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. -370.Includes index.
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|Pagination||xvi, 128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||83|
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Accountability is given a fresh approach, as it deals with the complicated issues of today's nonprofit organizations. Department of Health and Education, and assistant professor at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Financial management has emerged as a critical force in everyday management. Public managers and not-for-profit organizations are forced to make creative use of their scarce financial resources. Benefits of donating When you donate a physical book to the Internet Archive, your book will enjoy: "This analytical volume looks at emerging fiscal trends and introduces the tools for effective financial management to American business professionals in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors"-- "This title presents a comprehensive overview of managing finances by exploring topics such as budgeting and auditing"-- Wikipedia citation Copy and paste this code into your Wikipedia page.
Signs of wear can include aesthetic issues such as scratches, dents, worn corners, bends, tears, small stains, and partial water damage. This new and updated edition retains the best of its predecessor. Not Printed On Demand Free Shipping• Because financial management is the only activity that touches every employee in an organization, this is an indispensable book for managers on the state and local levels.
All pages and the cover are intact, but the dust cover may be missing, if applicable. 00 new - includes shipping• Revenue flow has suffered from three years of economic decline on the rising costs of governmental programs, along with citizens' demands for more cost-effective delivery of goods and services--even as they resist tax and fee increases.
McKinney Effective financial management in public and nonprofit agencies expanded on the previous edition of this popular financial text, offering the latest best practices in e-government applications, cash flow analysis, revenue forecasting, and fiscal health evaluations. " and "Passion for books. McKinney, PhD, is professor of public policy and management at the University of Pittsburgh, director of research in all tax areas for the State of Missouri Department of Revenue, director of financial management interns for the U.
An important section of the book addresses fraud, waste, and abuse. This hard-hitting book is the most comprehensive reference to financial theory and practice for operating a business—profit or nonprofit—in the United States today.
Recent developments in revenue, purchasing and inventory, cash, risk management borrowing, and debt management are also incorporated. Attention is focused on the Government Performance Act of 1993 and how it has influenced the development, use, and implementation of performance measures to maximize accountability.
New measurement indicator terms that have recently entered the literature are introduced, showing how they are linked to accountability and TQM. In this new and updated edition, chapters place new and special emphasis on ceiling and target base budget estimating, ratio analysis, TQM, and internal control cost systems. Financial management is emerging as a critical force in everyday management.
Particular emphasis is given to performance measurements, and their linkage to budgeting and management. The Government Accounting Standards Board Rule 34, which has had a revolutionary impact on government financial reporting, is carefully examined.
New measurement indicator terms that have recently entered the literature are introduced, showing how they are linked to accountability and TQM.
Public managers and not-for-profit organizations are forced t Financial management has emerged as a critical force in everyday management.