Finance & Accounting for Non-Financial Managers
Essential for business owners, executives, and professionals from non-financial backgrounds
How much time, frustration, and money would you and your organization save if you had more practical skills in finance and accounting? Now learn the answers! This program is your guide to learning the jargon, standard practices, and everyday applications of finance and accounting. Learn how to analyze financial performance reports. Apply the universal ground rules of finance. Prepare, submit, and monitor effective budgets. Measure bottom-line results. Become proficient with assets, expenses, capital, revenue - what they are and how they are utilized. This is the can't-miss way to keep from being buried in numbers.
As a non-financial manager, do you find yourself asking, "Where are they getting those numbers?" When it comes to reading financial and accounting reports, confusion and frustration can be costly. It can cost you and your organization time and money — and ultimately affect your bottom line.
This program is your guide to learning the jargon, standard practices, and everyday applications of finance and accounting. Not only will you better understand and interpret reports, you will also learn to prepare financial documents and budgets that display information efficiently using financial equations.
You'll learn how to …
- Speak the language of those who oversee your organization's finances
- Analyze financial performance reports
- Prepare, submit, and monitor budgets
- Assess the liabilities and payoffs of new business ventures
- Measure your bottom-line results