This issue of Armed Forces Comptroller highlights for me how much financial management (FM) education has changed in the 45 years since I entered the field as a newly coined auditor. Training then was the responsibility of the hiring organization, and on-the-job training was its mainstay.
Today as shown by our articles schoolhouses and trainers vie vigorously for students and offer career guidance along with mountains of specific content. But it's still the consumer's task to sort through the opportunities to find the best fit for his or her career. Our authors provide considerable detail and explanation about the available options.
Of particular note is the article by Dr. Clemson G...