Handbook of Budgeting, 2002 Cumulative Supplement

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Without clearly outlined budgets, corporations are unable to predict profits or losses or create plans for the future. This handbook shows controllers and budget directors how to create any style of budget, from the traditional approach to the cutting-edge, activity-based approach. No other management tool provides the operational direction that a well-planned budget does, and no other book provides such a complete guide topreparation, ...
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Overview

Without clearly outlined budgets, corporations are unable to predict profits or losses or create plans for the future. This handbook shows controllers and budget directors how to create any style of budget, from the traditional approach to the cutting-edge, activity-based approach. No other management tool provides the operational direction that a well-planned budget does, and no other book provides such a complete guide topreparation, presentation, analysis, and effective use.

This book is supplemented annually.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780471419297
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/5/2002
  • Edition description: 4TH
  • Edition number: 4
  • Pages: 256
  • Product dimensions: 5.98 (w) x 8.98 (h) x 0.67 (d)

Table of Contents

Note to the Reader: Sections not in the main bound volume are indicated by ("New") after the title. Material new to this supplement is indicated by an asterisk (*) in the left margin in the contents and throughout the supplement.

PART 1: INTRODUCTION TO THE BUDGETING PROCESS.

2A The Relationship between Strategic Planning and the Budgeting Process (New).

2A.1 Introduction.

2A.2 How to Plan.

2A.3 For Whom the Plan Is Designed-The Audience.

2A.4 Strategic Business Planning and Its Role in Budgeting.

2A.5 Planning Differences between Small, Medium, and Large Organizations.

2A.6 Components of Strategic Planning.

2A.7 Management and Organization.

2A.8 Market Analysis.

2A.9 Formulation of Marketing Strategies.

2A.10 Operations Analysis.

2A.11 Summary.

Sources and Suggested References.

PART 2: TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES.

12A The Essentials of Business Valuation (New).

12A.1 Introduction-What Makes Business Valuation a Unique Challenge?

12A.2 Reasons for Valuing a Business.

12A.3 Understanding the Valuation Assignment.

12A.4 Research and Information Gathering.

12A.5 Adjusting and Analyzing the Financial Statements.

12A.6 Three Approaches to Valuing a Business.

12A.7 Making Adjustments to Value.

12A.8 Reaching the Valuation Conclusion.

12A.9 Further Study of Business Valuation-This Is Only an Overview.

Sources and Suggested References.

PART 3: PREPARATION OF SPECIFIC BUDGETS.

*19A Capital Investment Review Process: A Case Study (Revised).

19A.1 Introduction.

19A.2 Context of the Revised Capital Investment Review Process.

19A.3 Benchmarking Capital Investment Review Best Practices.

19A.4 The Revised Capital Investment Review Process-Overview.

19A.5 Implementation: What We've Learned in the First Two Years.

19A.6 Summary.

22 Cash Management and Budgeting.

22.2 Purpose of Cash Budgeting.

22.4 Using the Financial Accounting Standards Board 95 Format.

22.6 Impact of Economic Indicators and Industry Trends.

22.7 Role of the Financial Manager.

22.8 Cash-Management Techniques.

22.9 Types of Financing.

Sources and Suggested References.

*22A Management Planning and Control: A Holistic Approach for Strategic Business Success (New).

22A.1 Introduction.

22A.2 Business Drivers.

22A.3 What Is Management Planning and Control?

22A.4 Enabling Technology for MPC.

22A.5 Market-Driven Rules for MPC Solutions.

22A.6 Conclusion.

Sources and Suggested References.

*23A Mergers and the Impact on Budgeting and Financial Systems: A Case Study (Revised).

23A.1 Introduction.

23A.2 Acquisition and Merger of Lockheed and Martin Marietta,1993 to 1996.

23A.3 Financial Data Consolidator (FDC) Package.

*23A.4 Evolution of Updated Software and the Khalix Change.

23A.5 Corporate Headquarters Overhead Budget System.

2A.6 Summary.

26A Contingency Budgeting (New).

26A.1 Introduction.

26A.2 Nature of the Contingency Budget.26A.3 The Rebudgeting Process.

26A.4 Nonquantitative Issues in Rebudgeting.

26A.5 Summary.

Sources and Suggested References.

PART 4: BUDGETING APPLICATIONS.

26B Evaluating Budgeting Applications (New).

26B.1 Introduction.

26B.2 Budgeting Horrors.

26B.3 The Change in Business.

26B.4 Causes of Budgeting Horrors.

26B.5 How to Evaluate Budgeting Applications.

26B.6 Evaluation Checklist.

26B.7 Checklists.

Source List.

Suggested Readings.

31A Budgeting and Financial Management Issues for the Early-Stage or Growing Franchisor (New).

31A.1 Introduction.

31A.2 Reasons Why Companies May Select Franchising as a Method of Growth.

31A.3 Building a Secure Financial and Operational Foundation for the Growth of a Franchising Program.

31A.4 Strategic Prerequisites to Launching a Franchising Program.

31A.5 Franchising as a Strategic Relationship.

31A.6 Curbing the Failure Rate of Early-Stage Franchisors.

31A.7 Role of the Chief Financial Officer and Related Financial and Administrative Management Issues.

31A.8 Business Planning for the Growing Franchisor.

31A.9 Parts of the Business Plan.

31A.10 Steps to Improve the Franchisee's Profitability.

31A.11 Bringing Services under the Franchisor's Roof.

31A.12 Ongoing Strategic Planning Process.

31A.13 Special Issues in Mergers and Acquisitions.

*31B Realizing the Promise of an Activity-Based Approach to Measuring Performance (New).

31B.1 Introduction.

31B.2 Understand Strategy.

31B.3 Activity Analysis-The Building Block.

31B.4 Linking Activities to Core Processes.

31B.5 Linkage of Activities to Performance Measures.

31B.6 Leveraging Activity Data to Support Strategic and Operational Initiatives.

31B.7 Conclusion.

Sources and Suggested References.

34A Budgeting Temporary Staffing (New).

34A.1 Introduction.

34A.2 Why Incorporate Temporary Help into Your Budget?

34A.3 Understanding Costs of Permanent Employees-Cost Breakdown.

34A.4 How to Buy Staffing Services.

34A.5 Summary.

Supplement Index.

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