Get answers to some of your most challenging questions when making the move to a decentralized budget model.
Join us online to discuss the pros, cons, and impact of critical decisions related to revenue and expense allocation in a decentralized budget model. Featuring lessons learned from Miami University and South Dakota State University, this training is perfect for institutions who are preparing to implement decentralized budgeting at their institution but want to do so in a deliberate and planned manner. This training will help you determine your own method for:
This webcast is designed to appeal to all those involved in making decisions surrounding the tax, chargeback, and revenue/expense allocations of a decentralized budget model. This may include:
Recommended CPE Credits: 2.0Program Field of Study: FinanceDelivery Method: Group-InternetPrerequisites: NoneProgram Level: Basic
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After participating in this online training, you will be able to make more informed decisions for implementing a decentralized budget model.
David joined Miami University in January of 2011. He oversees the revenue forecasting and the development and implementation of the university’s operating budget. He has led the university’s implementation of performance budgeting and business intelligence projects. Prior to joining the university David served in a variety of roles in state government focusing on budgeting, performance management and state political economy. He earned his Ph.D. from West Virginia University.
Mike has been employed at South Dakota State University for nearly ten years and has filled various roles within the Office of Finance and Business over this time period. He received Bachelor Degrees in Mathematics and Agricultural Business as well as a Masters Degree in Economics from SDSU. He is currently finishing his dissertation for a PhD in Sociology and is studying differential pricing and resource allocation in higher education.
His current role at SDSU includes university wide financial modeling, policy development, and financial reporting and analysis. Over the last couple of years one of his major undertakings has been helping to lead the change from a historical incremental budget model to a new Decentralized Budget Model (DBM). He has been involved in all phases of the change from the theoretical side, including the research and policy recommendation through the development of four white papers to the implementation side, including redesigning their financial accounting process and developing reports and simulation tools to help drive efficiencies and improve forecasting.
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