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The Financial Times Essential Guide to Budgeting and Forecasting - Nigel Wyatt (Paperback)

How to deliver accurate numbers

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Barcode
9780273768135
Department
Books
Released
12 Jul 2012
Supply Source
South Africa

Book

Author
Nigel Wyatt
Subtitle
How to deliver accurate numbers
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Pearson Education Limited
Series
The FT Guides
Language
English
Number of Pages
192
Dimensions
216 x 152 x 19mm (318g)

Summary

<p>Gain the knowledge and confidence you need to build and manage budgets and forecast financial information. </p> <p>This book demystifies budgets and forecasts, providing simple explanations and clear examples. It includes integrated checklists, goals and milestones, to ensure you are on target to achieve the best results.</p> <p>Part of <i>The Financial Times Essential Guides </i>series: Task-focused and results-orientated, the essential guides are for every manager who wants to move their skills beyond the ordinary to the best.</p>

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General Subject
Business/Economics
BISAC Subject 1
Business & Economics / Business Mathematics
BISAC Subject 2
Business & Economics / Accounting / General
BISAC Subject 3
Business & Economics / Business Mathematics
BISAC Subject 4
Non-Classifiable
BISAC Subject 5
Business & Economics / Budgeting
BIC Classification 1
Financial accounting
BIC Classification 2
Financial reporting, financial statements
BIC Classification 3
Finance
BIC Classification 4
Finance & accounting
BIC Classification 5
Financial reporting, financial statements
Library Subject 1
Budget in business.
Library Subject 2
Business forecasting.
Library Subject 3
Business planning.
Academic Subject 1
Business Admin & Mgmt - Business Math & Statistics
Dewey Classification
658.15/4

Inside Flap

<p>&nbsp;</p> <p>‘This is a practical book from which managers at all levels will benefit and learn how to avoid&nbsp;the pitfalls of budgeting and forecasting. A must read book.’ </p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><b>Manjit Biant, management consultant</b></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>‘Love them or hate them budgets are part of the corporate landscape. Nigel Wyatt's book makes a strong case that budgeting&nbsp;can still prove an invaluable tool for focusing strategic thinking and managing your business. The book gives some great tips and advice on how to use them and get the best from them.’</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><b>Paul Lower&nbsp;FCMA &nbsp;FInstLM, former FD and business coach</b></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>‘This book is an excellent tool for those responsible for preparing budgets and forecasts. It will encourage the reader to take actions which will benefit their own organisation.’</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><b>Juan Carlos Venegas ICPA CFC ICFS IPFM, accountant, forensic consultant, counter fraud specialist and fraud examiner</b></p> <p><em>The task-focused, results-oriented guide to delivering numbers that add up.</em></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><em>The Financial Times Essential Guide to Budgeting and Forecasting</em> will help you: </p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <ul> <li>Understand finance and budgeting terms&nbsp; </li> <li>Communicate more coherently and comprehensively with financially astute colleagues and stakeholders </li> <li>Better understand the health of your business or business unit </li> <li>Take a more proactive role in helping your business achieve its goals </li> <li>Reflect on, evaluate and learn from your experience </li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>With advice that’s instantly applicable, whether you’re taking responsibility for a budget for the first time or you’d like to know more about how finance works, this is the one guide you can’t do without.</p>

Author Bio

Nigel Wyatthas been running his own financial training consultancy Magenta Financial Training since 1991. Nigel has worked with a wide range of organisations, including many blue-chip companies. In recent years he has worked extensively abroad, including India, China, Oman, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait and Jordan. Most of the training programmes Nigel delivers are aimed at non-financial managers.