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Forecasting Budgets

Forecasting Budgets

by Norman Moore, Grover Gardner (Read by)

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Analyze the art of the budget in terms of forecasting costs, revenues, and profits for short-term and long-term projections.


Analyze the art of the budget in terms of forecasting costs, revenues, and profits for short-term and long-term projections.

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These two excellent, succinct titles are part of the 12-volume "The New York Times Pocket MBA" series designed as references easily accessible to business leaders, from front-line managers to the executive suite. In Forecasting Budgets, Moore (finance, Univ. of Connecticut, Storrs) presents 25 keys to preparing operating and financial budgets, including forecasting costs, building financial models, revenues and profits in the short and long term, and understanding costs and revenue behavior. The emphasis is on accounting and financial information applications, and narrator Grover Gardner keeps the pace brisk and the data interesting, in this otherwise dry material. In Going Global, Bergstrand (finance and business economics, Univ. of Notre Dame) presents 25 keys to doing business on a global scale. Items covered include thinking globally, understanding international markets, export and import logistics, taxes and duties, and foreign exchange risks. The emphasis is on understanding how to operate in diverse cultures, while successfully conducting transactions in very different ways. Narrator Jeff Woodman briskly covers this important material, which will appeal to any business involved in global markets. Both programs are highly recommended for university libraries supporting a business and finance curriculum. Dale Farris, Groves, TX Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information.
As part of a series designed to provide an overview of much of the information a student might get in an MBA program, this booklet reviews 25 important factors involved in forecasting budgets. Moore (finance, U. of Connecticut, Storrs) gives advice on preparing both financial, capital, and operating budgets, the necessity of flexibility in business budgets, the importance of liquidity, and how to forecast and model a company's financial future. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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Listen & Live Audio, Inc.
Publication date:
The New York Times Pocket MBA Ser.
Edition description:
Unabridged, 2 Cassettes
Product dimensions:
4.35(w) x 6.95(h) x 0.82(d)

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