Building local powerhouses is about devolving some key decision-making powers with budgetary controls
over housing, transport, planning and policing.
Most budgetary control
systems work on the feedback principle.
Conversely, Simons (1990) found that firms pursuing "innovator" strategies had tighter budgetary control
than did other firms.
is at the heart of many managers' jobs.
is achieved by comparing actual costs, revenues and performances against the set budget.
While it is expected our IMAs will participate on a quarterly basis to maintain viability and visibility within their active-duty units, the loss of flexibility in mandating such a policy has shown no substantive improvements in budgetary control
or IMA readiness," wrote Lt.
A description of the legal level of budgetary control
Also, esource2office utilises a proprietary transaction engine called online2office which is designed to provide organisations with the authorisation and sourcing disciplines required for budgetary control
and receiving billing and management information.
The current system gives budgetary control
- and ultimate control over spending - to the Legislature, and auditing authority to the secretary of state.
desire more equity in performance evaluation, less budgetary control
, participative budgeting, standardized (perhaps formula-based) rewards, easy access to superiors, and open channels of communication.
The case for changing health insurance from a defined benefit to a defined contribution plan goes beyond risk avoidance to include: greater budgetary control
over fringe benefit outlays; a scaling back of health benefits administrative staff; and better morale among employees who acquire the freedom to choose what best suits their particular situation.
But now the district and its board have shown they're willing to give power to the college presidents, and that means turning over budgetary control
at the campus level.