- Inbunden (Hardback)
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- Harvard Business School Press
- Fraser, Robin
- 241 x 163 x 24 mm
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- 550 g
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How Managers Can Break Free from the Annual Performance Trap
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Now, finance experts Jeremy Hope and Robin Fraser reveal the results of an intensive study aimed at fixing the broken budgeting process. They argue that companies must abandon traditional budgeting contracts in favor of a radical new model that links performance measurement to evolving competitive benchmarks-and shifts the firm's focus from controlling employee behavior to delivering customer value.
The Beyond Budgeting model is built on the best practices of companies that have successfully revised their centralized planning and budgeting processes. It combines a leadership vision that devolves more authority to operating managers and a finance vision that enables fast decision making through appropriate tools and accessible information. Through vivid examples, Hope and Fraser illustrate how companies can implement these shared visions-and the long-term benefits that accrue from embracing them.
Offering a compelling case for breaking free from the budgeting trap, this book paves the way toward making organizations better places to work for, invest in, and do business with.
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Jeremy Hope is a Director of the Beyond Budgeting Roundtable, a not-for-profit collaborative that designs new performance management processes. He is a chartered accountant and a co-author of Transforming the Bottom Line and Competing in the Third Wave. He is a former venture capitalist and founder of several businesses. He lives in West Yorkshire, England. Robin Fraser is a Principal at the Beyond Budgeting Roundtable. Formerly a management consulting partner in PricewaterhouseCoopers, Fraser has 30 years experience in business planning, performance improvement, and cost reduction. He lives in Surrey, England.
Acknowledgments; Foreword; Introduction: Toward a New General Management Model; Part I The Promise of Beyond Budgeting; 1. The Annual Performance Trap; 2. Breaking Free; Part II The First Beyond Budgeting Opportunity: Enabling Adaptive Management; Processes; 3. How Four Organizations Introduced Adaptive Processes; 4. Principles and Practices; 5. Insights into Implementation; Part III The Second Beyond Budgeting Opportunity: Enabling Radical Decentralization; 6. How Four Organizations Have Radically Decentralized; 7. Leadership Principles; 8. Embedding the Principles in the Management Culture; Part IV Realizing the Full Promise of Beyond Budgeting; 9. The Roles of Systems and Tools; 10. The Vision of a Management Model Fit for the Twenty-First Century; Glossary; Notes; Index