This book provides a guide for managers engaged in planning and budgeting within health and social care organisations. Taking a very practical approach, the book focuses on planning processes and tools that can be used in many managerial situations, in addition to budget preparation and control as practiced by managers, rather than accountants. This book is ideal for both students undertaking academic programmes featuring planning and budgeting, as well as managers within health and social care settings who wish to refresh and extend their knowledge. It will also help managers in other parts of the public and voluntary sector.
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(246mm x 171mm x 5mm)
Learning Matters Ltd
Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd
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Author Biography - Richard Field
Richard Field is a qualified accountant, executive coach and a visiting fellow at Bournemouth University. Richard has worked for the Office for Public Management on a number of highly successful leadership programmes and for Bournemouth University he teaches strategic management and commissioning. Currently Richard is a freelance development specialist working with individual leaders, leadership teams, Clinical Commissioning Groups and Health and Wellbeing Boards. Keith holds professional qualifications in nursing, social work and teaching; and academic qualifications in nursing, social work and management. He has worked in the education and training field for over 30 years, working for three universities and three local authority social work departments. Currently he is the Director of the National Centre for Post-Qualifying Social Work and Professional Practice at Bournemouth University and the Director of the Centre for Leadership Impact and Management at Bournemouth. In 2005 he was awarded the Linda Ammon Memorial Award, sponsored by the then Department for Education and Skills, a prize awarded to the individual making the greatest contribution to training and education in the UK. His main academic interest lies in the fusion of academia and professional practice to help improve professional thinking and practice.