Good reporting brings many benefits

Nall, Charles
May 2008
Third Sector;5/14/2008, p26
Trade Publication
The author discusses the benefits of good reporting. He stresses that better reporting by the sector will reinforce its value to society at large. He also adds that charities should aim to achieve faster, better and broader reporting and that better reporting means focusing on communicating and illustrating impact. He notes that finance directors can produce reports faster by planning for the year-end well in advance.


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