Version Control Case Study

Assuming the perspective of your role (Budget Analyst), consider how you would address the following case study questions:

1. What are the key issues surrounding this case?

2. What is the nature of the problems that exist?

3. Identify opportunities that may be involved.

4. In what ways were problems resolved or leveraged?

5. Recommend and justify additional courses of action that are most likely to be effective.

Student 2 – Budget Analyst Job responsibilities: Meets financial objectives by forecasting requirements; preparing an annual budget; scheduling expenditures; analyzing variances; initiating corrective actions.

After reading the case study in the PDF file attached separately, answer the 5 questions above from a Budget Analyst Representative. DON’T JUST GIVE GENERAL ANSWERS TO THE QUESTIONS. IT HAS TO BE FROM A BUDGETANALYST POINT OF VIEW. YOUR PERSONAL OPINION AS A BUDGET ANALYST.

DON’t list references or citations, as this is supposed to be your own personal opinion from an Budget Analyst point of view.

AT LEAST 50 Words for each answer.

Copy the questions, then put the answers below each question, in a Q&A format.

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Case Study

Assuming the perspective of your role

(

Budget An

a

lyst

)

, consider how you

would address the following case study questions:

1.

What are the key issues surrounding this case?

2.

What is the nature of

the problems that exist?

3.

Identify opportunities that may be involved.

4.

In what ways were problems resolved or leveraged?

5.

Recommend and justify additional courses of action that are most likely to

be effective.

Student 2

Budget Analys

t

Job responsibilities: Meets financial objectives by forecasting requirements;

preparing an annual budget; scheduling expenditures; analyzing variances; initiating

corrective actions

.

After reading the case study in the PDF file attached

separately, answ

er the 5 questions above from a

Budget Analyst

Representative

.

DON’T JUST GIVE GENERAL ANSWERS TO THE

QUESTIONS. IT HAS TO BE FROM A

BUDGETANALYST

POINT

OF VIEW. YOUR

PERSONAL OPINION

AS A

BUDGET ANALYST.

DON’t

list references or citations, as this is supposed to be

y

our own personal opinion from

an

Budget Analyst

point of

view.

AT LEAST

50 Words for each answer.

Copy the questions, then put the answers

below each question, in a Q&A format.

Version Control Case Study

Assuming the perspective of your role (Budget Analyst), consider how you

would address the following case study questions:

1. What are the key issues surrounding this case?

2. What is the nature of the problems that exist?

3. Identify opportunities that may be involved.

4. In what ways were problems resolved or leveraged?

5. Recommend and justify additional courses of action that are most likely to

be effective.

Student 2 – Budget Analyst

Job responsibilities: Meets financial objectives by forecasting requirements;

preparing an annual budget; scheduling expenditures; analyzing variances; initiating

corrective actions.

After reading the case study in the PDF file attached

separately, answer the 5 questions above from a Budget Analyst

Representative. DON’T JUST GIVE GENERAL ANSWERS TO THE

QUESTIONS. IT HAS TO BE FROM A BUDGETANALYST POINT

OF VIEW. YOUR PERSONAL OPINION AS A BUDGET ANALYST.

DON’t list references or citations, as this is supposed to be

your own personal opinion from an Budget Analyst point of

view.

AT LEAST 50 Words for each answer.

Copy the questions, then put the answers

below each question, in a Q&A format.