The IGC dictionary has been published in its 4th edition. It serves practitioners (Controllers and managers) as well as students as reference book for the most important technical terms. It is written bilingual: German/English as well as English/German and has a bilingual index as the reference page numbers are not always the same in German and in English.

The Dictionary for Controllers has been published by the publishing house Schäffer-Poeschel, Stuttgart, Germany. 

540 pages / 29.95 EUR
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The dictionary for Controllers is also available in the following languages:
Polish, Russian, Slowenian, Hungarian, Czech, Croatian. 

The Controller Competence Model of IGC presents for the first time a comprehensive model for the competence management in den Controller field. It consists of a hierarchical list of competences, which builds on the Controlling Process Model and the Controller Mission Statement of IGC. The list of competences is complemented by model function profiles and model competence profiles for the most important Controller functions. 

With the model competence profiles, Controllers, HR staff and managers as well as educational institutions for the first time have a tool which they can apply in practice for developping, controlling and assessing competences. 

The booklet has been published by the publishing house Haufe-Lexware, Freiburg. The publication is available in English and German. 

Controller Competence Model
A Guideline for Modern Controller Development with Model Competence Profiles
ISBN: 978-3-648-08457-1
238 pages / 39,95 EUR
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Ein Leitfaden für die moderne Controller-Entwicklung mit Muster-Kompetenzprofilen
ISBN: 978.3.648.08079-5
256 pages / 39,95 EUR
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In 2018, the second edition of the Controlling Process Model has been published in English and German. The Controlling Process Model 2.0 is based on the Controller Mission Statement as well as the first edition of the Controlling Process Model, published in 2012. In the second edition, requirements of digitization and big data were newly included. 

The Controlling Process Model is based on a hierarchical process model. There are ten main Controlling processes, which are described concisely and illustrated graphically in the publication. For ech individual process, templates have been developed to document the objectives, content and process interfaces for each process. 

The booklet has been published by the publishing house Haufe-Lexware, Freiburg. The publication is available in English and German. 

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Controlling Process Model 2.0
A Guideline for Describing and Designing Controlling-Processes
ISBN 978-3-648-03265-7
80 pages / 24.80 EUR
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Controlling-Prozessmodell 2.0
Leitfaden für die Beschreibung und Gestaltung von Controllingprozessen
ISBN 978-3-648-10658-7
84 pages / 24,80 EUR
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IGC has developed process KPIs for the comprehensive performance measurement in the dimensions of time, quality and costs for the ten main processes of the Controlling Process Model. Process KPIs suitable in pactice for measuring performance are explained and summarised inthe form of process scorecards. 

The booklet has been published by the publishing house Haufe-Lexware, Freiburg. The publication is available in German. 

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Ein Leitfaden für die Leistungsmessung von Controlling-Prozessen
ISBN: 978-3-648-03540-5
84 pages / 24,80 EUR
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In recent years numerous non-profit organizations (NPOs) have made considerable improvements in the planning and control of their organizations. Operational management has evolved significantly with respect to instruments used and management effectiveness. Today, management is considered more generally as target-oriented decision-making beyond making profits. Thus, the contradiction between NPOs and management no longer exists. The IGC work group headed by Professor Bernd Halfar provides in this publication a guideline to impact-oriented and results-based controlling in NPOs. Objective setting, making objectives measureable and clear, and strategic decision making as a starting point for any controller in NPOs is the focus of the publication. Through consistent objectives controllers are able to measure and control the effects of management decisions. For this purpose a new and unique "spider model" was developed. The model is intended to make the complexity of goal setting, planning and control with regard to the variety of stakeholders in NPOs clearer in order to deal with this complexity even more successfully in everyday practice.

The book Results-based NPO-Controlling (Editor: International Group of Controlling) is published by Haufe Verlag, Freiburg only in German. ISBN: 978-3-648-00582-8. Retail price: 24,80 EUR (excl. Shipping costs)

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