|Date||Nov 18, 2021 08:30 AM – 03:15 PM|
|Location||Pyle Center, 702 Langdon St.
This class will take place in-person only if it is in full compliance with public health directives. Participants will be notified in advance if class will meet virtually.
|Budgeting for public managers flyer|
Master the complex realities of public finance and budgeting
Budgets play an integral role as a policy document, management tool, resource allocation plan, and financial plan. Understand the roles, responsibilities, and opportunities that administrators, elected officials, and the public face when developing, adopting, executing, and monitoring a public budget.
Instructor: Bryan Gadow (MURP, Hubert H. Humphrey School of Public Affairs) serves as the City of Monona’s City Administrator and Economic Development Director. He previously served as the Village Administrator for the Village of New Glarus. Bryan is a 2019 graduate of the Wisconsin Certified Public Managers program.
“I liked hearing about budgets from an administrators point of view. I do so much of the number crunching with our budget – it was good to hear about other aspects of budgeting.”
“My background is not in finance, so this topic is completely new for me. I feel like I have a better understanding of the budgeting process and why it’s so important.”
“I was able to relate to the real-world scenarios that Bryan introduced. I think this makes the material easier to understand and reflect on.”