|Course Title:||Fundamentals of Budgeting for Nonfinancial Managers|
|Author:||Wayne G. Bremser|
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Fundamentals of Budgeting for Nonfinancial Managers introduces you to the function of budgeting in planning and control. Then it builds on this basic knowledge with specific information on budgeting in retail, service, manufacturing, and non-profit organizations. It enables the nonfinancial manager to develop cost-effective budgets using easy-to-understand budgeting techniques.
You'll learn how to:
About This Course
As one course among many offered in the American Management Association's curriculum, Fundamentals of Budgeting for Nonfinancial Managers has been designed specifically for the practicing manager and the future manager. It provides private, self-paced, individualized study.
Wayne G. Bremser, C.P.A., Ph.D., is Professor of Accountancy at Villanova University. His articles have appeared in numerous accounting and business journals, and he has led seminars and made presentations at many professional meetings. Professor Bremser does financial and educational consulting, including the designing of control systems. Professor Bremser has also written several financial self-study courses for the American Management Association, including How to Plan and Manage Your Company Budget, Fourth Edition; Keeping Score: The Basics of Accounting for Managers; and How to Manage Working Capital. Professor Bremser is a Director of Accountants for the Public Interest, Washington, D.C.
The publisher wishes to thank Michael P. Griffin, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, and David T. Filipek, University of Rhode Island, for their help in reviewing the manuscript: of this course.