2 edition of Centralised versus decentralised treasury management found in the catalog.
Centralised versus decentralised treasury management
Thesis (M.B.A.) - University College Dublin, 1997.
|Statement||by Emer Mulligan.|
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|Pagination||ix, 137p. :|
|Number of Pages||137|
Interviews with treasury staff in the municipalities suggest that the motivation to succeed and to collect more than what TRA had managed, was very strong after the re-decentralisation in February After the re-decentralisation of the PT collection in Februarythere has been a dramatic increase in revenue Figure 1. First, the MCs introduced electronic and mobile phone based money payment systems that simplified tax payment and made it more transparent. Business owners responsible for making every decision in the company may require more time to accomplish these tasks, which can result in sluggish business operations. Subsidiary legislation. Larger organizations usually require a more decentralized structure since such companies can have several divisions or departments.
Hence, a central unit with sufficient detachment from front-line operations may be required. It has started to develop PT collection procedures and systems. Team Management Centralized organizational structures rely on one individual to make decisions and provide direction for the company. Policy-related decisions in terms of setting rates or declaring an area ratable and granting exemptions were, however, kept with the LGAs. The key takeaways were identifying the end- state requirements and having the right team to get through the development and implementation process. Free market economies run on the assumption that people seek to maximize personal financial utility and that businesses strive to generate the maximum possible profits.
However, there was serious concern among national policy makers about the low levels of PT the municipalities managed to collect. Key Takeaways In a centrally planned economy, major economic decisions are made by a central authority. And there is certainly an argument here. Hence, when re- designing the organization structure, they tend to decentralize decision-making, so that decision rights are as close as possible to the people who deal with customers, competitors, front-line employees, and other stakeholders.
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TRA also piggybacked on collection of PT within their existing block management system. Hence, a central unit with sufficient detachment from front-line operations may be required.
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However, there was serious concern among national policy makers about the low levels of PT the municipalities managed to collect. Second, ask for a reference visit and meet with people who have lived with the system.
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