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Managing risk and uncertainty in Beyond Budgeting implementations

by Matthew Leitch, 3 November 2003




Introduction to the guide

Attached to this page are two documents developed with assistance from members of the Beyond Budgeting Round Table and its organisers. The first is a document in MS Word format with guidance on how to manage risk and uncertainty when implementing Beyond Budgeting management models. It goes much further than you might expect because a key part of this is developing robust project plans and so the guide goes into some detail on the steps needed. The second document is in MS Excel and lists activities in a typical Beyond Budgeting implementation. If you are wondering what could be involved in your project, in practical terms, this is a good place to start.

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Matthew Leitch - Author

About the author: Matthew Leitch is a tutor, researcher, author, and independent consultant who helps people to a better understanding and use of integral management of risk within core management activities, such as planning and design. He is also the author of the new website, www.WorkingInUncertainty.co.uk, and has written two breakthrough books. Intelligent internal control and risk management is a powerful and original approach including 60 controls that most organizations should use more. A pocket guide to risk mathematics: Key concepts every auditor should know is the first to provide a strong conceptual understanding of mathematics to auditors who are not mathematicians, without the need to wade through mathematical symbols. Matthew is a Chartered Accountant with a degree in psychology whose past career includes software development, marketing, auditing, accounting, and consulting. He spent 7 years as a controls specialist with PricewaterhouseCoopers, where he pioneered new methods for designing internal control systems for large scale business and financial processes, through projects for internationally known clients. Today he is well known as an expert in uncertainty and how to deal with it, and an increasingly sought after tutor (i.e. one-to-one teacher). more

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