Eight Characteristics of an Efficient Finance Department.

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Summary of "Eight Characteristics of an Efficient Finance Department."

Assessing the finance department’s strengths and weaknesses can help achieve solvency.


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Name: Provider (Washington, D.C.)
ISSN: 0888-0352
Pages: 27, 30


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