Sunday, June 9, 2013

CPBB "Peelin" Back the Layers to Determine the Best Use of Funds."

Cheryl Hilvert, ICMA Director, Center for Management Strategies, recently shared this post from Linked In from a former IBM manager who attended a presentation by the Center for Management Strategies own leading practice provider the Center for Priority Based Budgeting

She applauded the approach by CPBB likening the methodology to "peeling back the layers to uncover why you are providing a service or product and whether it is the best use of funds."  She then adds, "once you have prioritized your goals, then you can prepare a work breakdown schedule to assign your resources, timelines and measurements.  It's the basic who, what, when, where, how and why.  Finally, you must document the results so as to identify risks for future projects."

And one last comment, "The presentation to the Colorado Government Finance Officers Association
was one all local government and special district financial personnel or Board Members should attend."

Congratulations Chris and Jon!  You have an  awesome approach and this pretty much says it all!!!

To learn more about Priority Based Budgeting from CPBB and the nation's leading local government practitioners, be sure to attend the upcoming... 


Center for Priority Based Budgeting 2013 Annual Conference


"A Summit of Leading Practices"

July 9 & 10, 2013  Arlington, Virginia   Hilton Crystal City Hotel




Brought to you by the Center for Priority Based Budgeting (CPBB) and the International City/County Management Association (ICMA), in partnership with the Alliance for Innovation (AFI).


The 2013 "Summit of Leading Practices" is the ONLY conference where ICMA's Leading Practices for Local Government Management come together under one roof. 

The 2013 CPBB "Summit of Leading Practices" Annual Conference is strongly supported by 
Quartile 1 sponsor SAFEbuilt, Quartile 2 sponsor ClearPoint, Supporting Sponsor Beehive Industries and Exhibitors OpenGov and Revelstone Labs. Thank you sponsors!

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