Excellent news, everyone. My paper, “Public Financial Management” has just been published by Syllabus, an open access and peer-reviewed journal that publishes original syllabi, assessment instruments, assignments and activities, and articles related to college teaching. The paper here focused on my public financial management class, PUAD 701 at the University of Baltimore.
In that course, we developed an original nonprofit organization to provide a hands-on tool for students to use to learn about the financial management process. While our nonprofit was ultimately not successful, the lessons learned and general approach may help other financial management professors in developing their courses. In addition, the course could be scaled down and used to teach financial management even at the high school level. If you do this, let me know, as I’d like to hear more.
In the mean time, you can get the original article, for free, from Syllabus:
Ahmad, M.O., Markkula, J., & Oivo, M. (2013). Kanban in software development: a systematic literature review. 2013 39th EUROMICRO Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications (SEAA) 9-16. Bryson, J. & Alston, F. K. (2011). Strategic planning for public and nonprofit organizations: a guide to strengthening and sustaining organizational achievement (4th ed.).
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