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MPA 827 - Financial Management - A. Graham - Shared screen with speaker view
Sarah Dobbin
13:26
ah thanks Raf - I can see that now, very helpful. It still doesn't show an overall grade though, but maybe that's because of the open-ended question.
Chantal Wall
13:32
I can see my grade
Leo Erlikhman
14:27
I can't see what I got correct and what I got wrong. How do you open it up?
Ravneet Dhesi
23:38
Go to quizzes and click on attempt 1
Rafayet Nawaz
38:37
no problem :)
Leo Erlikhman
58:50
Is it not on modeling and contingency funding?
Rafayet Nawaz
01:18:45
yep, but the screen looks weird
Sarah Dobbin
01:20:10
if it doesn't work, send us the link and we can all watch it and let you know when we are done...
Chantal Wall
01:20:40
We can see your screen !
Ian Lawless
01:20:42
yep
Ian Lawless
01:20:58
back to your normal screen now
Ravneet Dhesi
01:21:42
Yes
Kevin Farrell
01:21:44
yes
Ravneet Dhesi
01:21:55
yes
Kevin Farrell
01:21:55
yes
Ken Umali
01:21:56
Yes, we can see and hear it
Osivue Itseumah
02:01:12
Can you comment on the differences between budgets tied to performance (if any) and those that are assured regardless of performance
Carolyn Doris
02:01:39
My organization has received provincial government budget approval anytime between August and November for a year that started in January. Makes spending challenging when there's uncertainty!
Daphne Mayer
02:02:13
How do you effectively budget when your organizations budget is annual but your funder uses a fiscal budget and you get your approved budget in Sept or later?
Daphne Mayer
02:04:03
that is, calendar year budget vs fiscal year budget?
Daphne Mayer
02:06:17
Carolyn, I'm in public health too. It's so frustrating.
Yvonne Cooper
02:09:50
We have two FY ends - one for our funder which is Fed Gov't and the university research. Makes it a challenge to do an annual report!
Daphne Mayer
02:19:27
For a couple of years we attempted to apply a program budgeting and marginal analysis (PBMA) framework to support prioritization and resource allocation decisions. It was supposed to allow for objectivity in decision making but in reality it didn't really work that way.
Yvonne Cooper
02:38:46
One of the keys to our success was strong relationships and a great track record
Rafayet Nawaz
02:41:30
Thank you!