Planning and Budgeting Skills for Health and Social Work Managers.

By: Field, RichardMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPost-Qualifying Social Work Leadership and Management Handbooks: Publisher: : SAGE Publications, 2012Description: 1 online resource (105 p.)ISBN: 9781446256725Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Planning and Budgeting Skills for Health and Social Work ManagersDDC classification: 361.3 LOC classification: HV40 | .F545 2012Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
COVER ; Contents; List of figures; List of tables; List of activities; Foreword; About the author; Acknowledgements; Section 1 Introduction; Section 2 Planning - an introduction; Section 3 The planning process; Section 4 Using planning techniques; Section 5 Budgeting and financial management; Section 6 The budget manager role; Section 7 Budget management -preparation; Section 8 Budgetary control; Section 9 Managing budgets in an economic downturn; Conclusion; References; Index
Summary: At a time of increasing government austerity, it is vital that managers and leaders within health and social care organisations have a critical understanding of good planning and budgeting skills. This handbook will guide managers through the complex area of the planning process and includes sections on organisational aspects of planning, completing evaluation forms and analysis and strategic goal-setting. The Author then looks at effective budgeting skills including year-end forecasting, profiling and efficiency.
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COVER ; Contents; List of figures; List of tables; List of activities; Foreword; About the author; Acknowledgements; Section 1 Introduction; Section 2 Planning - an introduction; Section 3 The planning process; Section 4 Using planning techniques; Section 5 Budgeting and financial management; Section 6 The budget manager role; Section 7 Budget management -preparation; Section 8 Budgetary control; Section 9 Managing budgets in an economic downturn; Conclusion; References; Index

At a time of increasing government austerity, it is vital that managers and leaders within health and social care organisations have a critical understanding of good planning and budgeting skills. This handbook will guide managers through the complex area of the planning process and includes sections on organisational aspects of planning, completing evaluation forms and analysis and strategic goal-setting. The Author then looks at effective budgeting skills including year-end forecasting, profiling and efficiency.

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