Stuck in Neutral

Leahy, Tad
August 2005
Business Finance;Aug2005, Vol. 11 Issue 8, p33
Provides statistics on budgeting and forecasting practices by various business enterprises in the U.S., based on the 2005 Budgeting and Reforecasting Survey by Business Finance/ALG Software Budget Reforecasting Survey. Respondents of the survey; Scope and coverage; Reasons for the use of obsolete budgeting and forecasting techniques; Indicators that play major role in the budget process.


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