UNC School of Government
IAAO 400 Assessment Administration
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About the course
Course 400 provides fundamental management concepts for management and supervisory personnel in the assessor’s office. The course begins by emphasizing the need for management, and the various roles placed on the assessor and all supervisory personnel. The course then introduces the four major management functions (planning, organizing, directing, and controlling). Although the four functions are interrelated, a separate chapter is devoted to each one. This provides for a greater understanding of the major functions.
Topics - Local and State Government
- Local Government Finance
Who should attend
- Public Officials - Local and State Government Roles
- Tax and Finance Officials
Trust the experts
Kirk Boone joined the School of Government in 2014. Previously, he was the North Carolina sales and consulting lead for Tax Management Associates, Inc. in Charlotte. Boone began his governmental career in 1992 with the North Carolina Department of Revenue, where he was a property valuation specia...