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Budget 2015: How can you make your SME's budget more robust[/caption] DON’T you pity the poor accountants, company directors and financial officers who have to decipher what the Chancellor’s annual Budget means for them? For individuals of course, March might just mean...
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This is the last of a series of blogs on improving the corporate budgeting process. In the last blog I looked at a cloud-based budgeting solution in action.  In this blog I end with some suggestions on the ‘next steps’ you could take in improving the budget process whe...
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This is part of a series of blogs on improving the corporate budgeting process. In the last blog I looked at cloud-based Vs. ‘on-premise’ budgeting software. In this blog I will look at a specific cloud-based budgeting solution in action and how it can be used to impleme...
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This is the twelfth in a series of blogs on improving the corporate budgeting process. In the last blog I looked at the role of technology and how it can help streamline the process. In this blog I continue with the technology theme and look at cloud-based solutions. ...
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This is the eleventh in a series of blogs on improving the corporate budgeting process. In the last blog I looked at making the process more dynamic. In this blog we will look at the role of technology. You may have noticed that so far we have avoided the technology debate ...
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This is the tenth in a series of blogs on improving the corporate budgeting process. In the last blog I looked at developing scenarios as a way of overcoming budget ‘heroes’ and ‘villains’. In this blog we will look at making the budget process more dynamic. ...
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This is the ninth in a series of blogs on improving the corporate budgeting process. In the last blog I looked at checking budgets for realism.   In this blog we will look at the power of developing scenarios. ...
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This is the eighth in a series of blogs on improving the corporate budgeting process. In the last blog I covered making people responsible for the things they can control. In this blog we look at checking budgets for realism. As budgets are developed, it's important to give...
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This is the seventh in a series of blogs on improving the corporate budgeting process. In the last blog I covered linking budgets to strategy. In this blog we look at setting budgets that people can control. So often managers are discouraged by budgets assigned to them ove...
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This is the fifth in a series of blogs on improving the corporate budgeting process. In the last blog I covered splitting up the budget into fixed and variable items. In this blog we look at developing driver-based relationships. With budget measures whose values are varia...
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