Small Change, Big Problems

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The author of Small Change, Big Problems is Herb Snyder Fraud requires three conditions: financial need, rationalization, and Lax or nonexistent financial management, along with an “it can’t happen here” attitude, create the quintessential fraud opportunity waiting to happen in many hands-on guide discusses the unique vulnerabilities of libraries, especially as their assets From daily book fines to budgets in six or seven figures, libraries offer ample opportunities for the attentive thief, often someone in a position of Proactively putting financial controls into the library can remove a source of a long-time fraud detection expert, outlines solutions covering technical aspects of detecting and preventing fraud in libraries, while pointing out ways of modifying entrenched behaviors to reduce the chances of specific types of fraud, with tips to combat each, the book also addresses such key questions as: Why are libraries particularly susceptible to fraud? Who commits fraud? How does fraud happen? What have other libraries done to detect and prevent fraud?Library directors, business managers, board members, and trustees will find no-nonsense answers to protecting their library’s.This title is available at BookMoving on Herb Snyder's eBooks, .Small Change, Big Problems Textbook, course, ebook, pdf, download at bookmoving .

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