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Financial Management in Human Services

Social science


by
Marvin D Feit and Peter K Li

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 194 pages

File size: 2.4 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Financial Management in Human Services discusses key issues in administering a social service program to help you run your program more efficiently and effectively. You’ll find information on issues such as program goals and objectives, the limited role a program plays in clients’ lives, the expectations placed upon social programs to alleviate social ills and the differences in productivity measurement as perceived by a program’s funders and by the service providers whom the program employs.

Chapters in Financial Management in Human Services cover the differences between profit and not-for-profit organizations that impact financial management; guidelines for developing a financial management framework; ways in which financial management is used in program planning, in service monitoring, in estimating service costs and unit costs, and in setting service priorities in years to come; four major administrative subsystems; details of the computerization of financial management; issues in computer implementation related to each of the four administrative subsystems.

Financial Management in Human Services discusses key issues in administering a social service program to help you run your program more efficiently and effectively. You’ll find information on issues such as program goals and objectives, the limited role a program plays in clients’ lives, the expectations placed upon social programs to alleviate social ills and the differences in productivity measurement as perceived by a program’s funders and by the service providers… (more)

Financial Management in Human Services discusses key issues in administering a social service program to help you run your program more efficiently and effectively. You’ll find information on issues such as program goals and objectives, the limited role a program plays in clients’ lives, the expectations placed upon social programs to alleviate social ills and the differences in productivity measurement as perceived by a program’s funders and by the service providers whom the program employs.

Chapters in Financial Management in Human Services cover the differences between profit and not-for-profit organizations that impact financial management; guidelines for developing a financial management framework; ways in which financial management is used in program planning, in service monitoring, in estimating service costs and unit costs, and in setting service priorities in years to come; four major administrative subsystems; details of the computerization of financial management; issues in computer implementation related to each of the four administrative subsystems.

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