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Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers 2018 Chicago

Wed, February 21 - Fri, February 23, 2018 Chicago, Illinois
Summit West 500 W Madison St Chicago, Illinois 60661 United States +1 312-938-4800

About Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers 2018 Chicago

FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING FOR NON-FINANCIAL MANAGERS, CHICAGO, FEBRUARY 21-23, 2018

This event is designed for non-financial managers which make the basics of finance accessible to anyone in just 3 days.

Attendee will learn how to interpret and respond appropriately to financial information, communicate contribution to the bottom line, uncover drains on profitability and make smarter decisions that deliver higher profitability.

Event will introduce non-financial managers the concepts, tools, and techniques that can help make each decision pay off on the job and on the bottom line.

This event will take place at summit west Chicago, Illinois USA.

Who should attend?

This program is designed for non-financial managers in every functional area of responsibility in all industries.

Event Highlights:

  • Key finance terms: assets, liabilities, capital, depreciation, capitalization, current ratio and others
  • The accounting process: journals and ledgers, how debits and credits work
  • Mastering the mind-set: see business in terms of dollars-and-cents decision options that pay off—short- and long-term
  • Basic accounting principles
  • Applying accounting conventions and guidelines
  • Developing working rules regarding your corporate financial statements
  • Using the balance sheet to examine assets and liabilities
  • Analyzing the income statement to assess revenues and expenses
  • The statement of cash flow: sources and uses of funds
  • Content and format of the annual report
  • Understanding the footnotes
  • Debt vs. equity financing
  • How leveraging can increase return to shareholders
  • Keeping your plan on target with budgetary controls
  • Using profit-planning tools, break-even analysis, financial forecasting
  • Cash flow: where cash comes from and how it's applied
  • Elements of cost accounting
  • Analyzing payback method, discounted cash flow, present value and present value index in making profitable capital investment decisions
  • Criteria for examining the performance of divisions and product lines
  • Understanding the cost of capital

Why should attend?

By attending this event you will:

  • Get a firm grasp of the numbers side of your job.
  • Gain greater confidence with a working knowledge of business financials.
  • Learn how to “think finance” and translate performance into financial terms.
  • Cultivate proactive working relationships with finance professionals and enhance your value to the organization.
  • Understand the business dynamics of dollars and cents—and take initiatives that meet your short- and long-term goals.
  • Take the guesswork out of your decision making and deliver a better bottom line.
  • Expand your professional expertise and your career opportunities.

About Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers 2018 Nashville

FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING FOR NON-FINANCIAL MANAGERS, NASHVILLE, FEBRUARY 14-16, 2018

This event is designed for non-financial managers which make the basics of finance accessible to anyone in just 3 days.

Attendee will learn how to interpret and respond appropriately to financial information, communicate contribution to the bottom line, uncover drains on profitability and make smarter decisions that deliver higher profitability.

Event will introduce non-financial managers the concepts, tools, and techniques that can help make each decision pay off on the job and on the bottom line.

Who should attend?

This program is designed for non-financial managers in every functional area of responsibility in all industries.

Event Highlights:

  • Key finance terms: assets, liabilities, capital, depreciation, capitalization, current ratio and others
  • The accounting process: journals and ledgers, how debits and credits work
  • Mastering the mind-set: see business in terms of dollars-and-cents decision options that pay off—short- and long-term
  • Basic accounting principles
  • Applying accounting conventions and guidelines
  • Developing working rules regarding your corporate financial statements
  • Using the balance sheet to examine assets and liabilities
  • Analyzing the income statement to assess revenues and expenses
  • The statement of cash flow: sources and uses of funds
  • Content and format of the annual report
  • Understanding the footnotes
  • Debt vs. equity financing
  • How leveraging can increase return to shareholders
  • Keeping your plan on target with budgetary controls
  • Using profit-planning tools, break-even analysis, financial forecasting
  • Cash flow: where cash comes from and how it's applied
  • Elements of cost accounting
  • Analyzing payback method, discounted cash flow, present value and present value index in making profitable capital investment decisions
  • Criteria for examining the performance of divisions and product lines
  • Understanding the cost of capital

Why should attend?

By attending this event you will:

  • Get a firm grasp of the numbers side of your job.
  • Gain greater confidence with a working knowledge of business financials.
  • Learn how to “think finance” and translate performance into financial terms.
  • Cultivate proactive working relationships with finance professionals and enhance your value to the organization.
  • Understand the business dynamics of dollars and cents—and take initiatives that meet your short- and long-term goals.
  • Take the guesswork out of your decision making and deliver a better bottom line.
  • Expand your professional expertise and your career opportunities.

About Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers 2018 New York

FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING FOR NON-FINANCIAL MANAGERS, NEW YORK, FEBRUARY 12-14, 2018

This event is designed for non-financial managers which make the basics of finance accessible to anyone in just 3 days.

Attendee will learn how to interpret and respond appropriately to financial information, communicate contribution to the bottom line, uncover drains on profitability and make smarter decisions that deliver higher profitability.

Event will introduce non-financial managers the concepts, tools, and techniques that can help make each decision pay off on the job and on the bottom line.

Who should attend?

This program is designed for non-financial managers in every functional area of responsibility in all industries.

Event Highlights:

  • Key finance terms: assets, liabilities, capital, depreciation, capitalization, current ratio and others
  • The accounting process: journals and ledgers, how debits and credits work
  • Mastering the mind-set: see business in terms of dollars-and-cents decision options that pay off—short- and long-term
  • Basic accounting principles
  • Applying accounting conventions and guidelines
  • Developing working rules regarding your corporate financial statements
  • Using the balance sheet to examine assets and liabilities
  • Analyzing the income statement to assess revenues and expenses
  • The statement of cash flow: sources and uses of funds
  • Content and format of the annual report
  • Understanding the footnotes
  • Debt vs. equity financing
  • How leveraging can increase return to shareholders
  • Keeping your plan on target with budgetary controls
  • Using profit-planning tools, break-even analysis, financial forecasting
  • Cash flow: where cash comes from and how it's applied
  • Elements of cost accounting
  • Analyzing payback method, discounted cash flow, present value and present value index in making profitable capital investment decisions
  • Criteria for examining the performance of divisions and product lines
  • Understanding the cost of capital

Why should attend?

By attending this event you will:

  • Get a firm grasp of the numbers side of your job.
  • Gain greater confidence with a working knowledge of business financials.
  • Learn how to “think finance” and translate performance into financial terms.
  • Cultivate proactive working relationships with finance professionals and enhance your value to the organization.
  • Understand the business dynamics of dollars and cents—and take initiatives that meet your short- and long-term goals.
  • Take the guesswork out of your decision making and deliver a better bottom line.
  • Expand your professional expertise and your career opportunities.

About Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers 2018 San Francisco

FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING FOR NON-FINANCIAL MANAGERS, SAN FRANCISCO, FEBRUARY 07-09, 2018

This event is designed for non-financial managers which make the basics of finance accessible to anyone in just 3 days.

Attendee will learn how to interpret and respond appropriately to financial information, communicate contribution to the bottom line, uncover drains on profitability and make smarter decisions that deliver higher profitability.

Event will introduce non-financial managers the concepts, tools, and techniques that can help make each decision pay off on the job and on the bottom line.

This event will take place at San Francisco, California, USA.

Who should attend?

This program is designed for non-financial managers in every functional area of responsibility in all industries.

Event Highlights:

  • Key finance terms: assets, liabilities, capital, depreciation, capitalization, current ratio and others
  • The accounting process: journals and ledgers, how debits and credits work
  • Mastering the mind-set: see business in terms of dollars-and-cents decision options that pay off—short- and long-term
  • Basic accounting principles
  • Applying accounting conventions and guidelines
  • Developing working rules regarding your corporate financial statements
  • Using the balance sheet to examine assets and liabilities
  • Analyzing the income statement to assess revenues and expenses
  • The statement of cash flow: sources and uses of funds
  • Content and format of the annual report
  • Understanding the footnotes
  • Debt vs. equity financing
  • How leveraging can increase return to shareholders
  • Keeping your plan on target with budgetary controls
  • Using profit-planning tools, break-even analysis, financial forecasting
  • Cash flow: where cash comes from and how it's applied
  • Elements of cost accounting
  • Analyzing payback method, discounted cash flow, present value and present value index in making profitable capital investment decisions
  • Criteria for examining the performance of divisions and product lines
  • Understanding the cost of capital

Why should attend?

By attending this event you will:

  • Get a firm grasp of the numbers side of your job.
  • Gain greater confidence with a working knowledge of business financials.
  • Learn how to “think finance” and translate performance into financial terms.
  • Cultivate proactive working relationships with finance professionals and enhance your value to the organization.
  • Understand the business dynamics of dollars and cents—and take initiatives that meet your short- and long-term goals.
  • Take the guesswork out of your decision making and deliver a better bottom line.
  • Expand your professional expertise and your career opportunities.

About Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers 2017 Parsippany

FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING FOR NON-FINANCIAL MANAGERS, PARSIPPANY, OCTOBER 23-25, 2017

What is this event?

This event is designed for non-financial managers which make the basics of finance accessible to anyone in just 3 days.

Attendee will learn how to interpret and respond appropriately to financial information, communicate contribution to the bottom line, uncover drains on profitability and make smarter decisions that deliver higher profitability.

Event will introduce non-financial managers the concepts, tools, and techniques that can help make each decision pay off on the job and on the bottom line.

Where is this event located?

This event will take place at Embassy Suites Parsippany, 909 Parsippany Blvd, Parsippany, New Jersey.

Who should attend this event?

This program is designed for non-financial managers in every functional area of responsibility in all industries.

What are some highlights of this event?

Event Highlights:

  • Key finance terms: assets, liabilities, capital, depreciation, capitalization, current ratio and others
  • The accounting process: journals and ledgers, how debits and credits work
  • Mastering the mind-set: see business in terms of dollars-and-cents decision options that pay off—short- and long-term
  • Basic accounting principles
  • Applying accounting conventions and guidelines
  • Developing working rules regarding your corporate financial statements
  • Using the balance sheet to examine assets and liabilities
  • Analyzing the income statement to assess revenues and expenses
  • The statement of cash flow: sources and uses of funds
  • Content and format of the annual report
  • Understanding the footnotes
  • Debt vs. equity financing
  • How leveraging can increase return to shareholders
  • Keeping your plan on target with budgetary controls
  • Using profit-planning tools, break-even analysis, financial forecasting
  • Cash flow: where cash comes from and how it's applied
  • Elements of cost accounting
  • Analyzing payback method, discounted cash flow, present value and present value index in making profitable capital investment decisions
  • Criteria for examining the performance of divisions and product lines
  • Understanding the cost of capital

Why should I attend this event?

By attending this event you will:

  • Get a firm grasp of the numbers side of your job.
  • Gain greater confidence with a working knowledge of business financials.
  • Learn how to “think finance” and translate performance into financial terms.
  • Cultivate proactive working relationships with finance professionals and enhance your value to the organization.
  • Understand the business dynamics of dollars and cents—and take initiatives that meet your short- and long-term goals.
  • Take the guesswork out of your decision making and deliver a better bottom line.
  • Expand your professional expertise and your career opportunities.

About Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers 2017 Houston

FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING FOR NON-FINANCIAL MANAGERS, HOUSTON, OCTOBER 02-04, 2017

What is this event?

This event is designed for non-financial managers which make the basics of finance accessible to anyone in just 3 days.

Attendee will learn how to interpret and respond appropriately to financial information, communicate contribution to the bottom line, uncover drains on profitability and make smarter decisions that deliver higher profitability.

Event will introduce non-financial managers the concepts, tools, and techniques that can help make each decision pay off on the job and on the bottom line.

Where is this event located?

This event will take place at Norris Conference Centers - Houston/Westchase, 9990 Richmond Avenue, South Building, Ste. 102, Houston, Texas.

Who should attend this event?

This program is designed for non-financial managers in every functional area of responsibility in all industries.

What are some highlights of this event?

Event Highlights:

  • Key finance terms: assets, liabilities, capital, depreciation, capitalization, current ratio and others
  • The accounting process: journals and ledgers, how debits and credits work
  • Mastering the mind-set: see business in terms of dollars-and-cents decision options that pay off—short- and long-term
  • Basic accounting principles
  • Applying accounting conventions and guidelines
  • Developing working rules regarding your corporate financial statements
  • Using the balance sheet to examine assets and liabilities
  • Analyzing the income statement to assess revenues and expenses
  • The statement of cash flow: sources and uses of funds
  • Content and format of the annual report
  • Understanding the footnotes
  • Debt vs. equity financing
  • How leveraging can increase return to shareholders
  • Keeping your plan on target with budgetary controls
  • Using profit-planning tools, break-even analysis, financial forecasting
  • Cash flow: where cash comes from and how it's applied
  • Elements of cost accounting
  • Analyzing payback method, discounted cash flow, present value and present value index in making profitable capital investment decisions
  • Criteria for examining the performance of divisions and product lines
  • Understanding the cost of capital

Why should I attend this event?

By attending this event you will:

  • Get a firm grasp of the numbers side of your job.
  • Gain greater confidence with a working knowledge of business financials.
  • Learn how to “think finance” and translate performance into financial terms.
  • Cultivate proactive working relationships with finance professionals and enhance your value to the organization.
  • Understand the business dynamics of dollars and cents—and take initiatives that meet your short- and long-term goals.
  • Take the guesswork out of your decision making and deliver a better bottom line.
  • Expand your professional expertise and your career opportunities.

 

About Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers 2017

FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING FOR NON-FINANCIAL MANAGERS, NEW YORK, SEPTEMBER 06-08, 2017

What is this event?

This event is designed for non-financial managers which make the basics of finance accessible to anyone in just 3 days.

Attendee will learn how to interpret and respond appropriately to financial information, communicate contribution to the bottom line, uncover drains on profitability and make smarter decisions that deliver higher profitability.

Event will introduce non-financial managers the concepts, tools, and techniques that can help make each decision pay off on the job and on the bottom line.

Where is this event located?

This event will take place at AMA New York Center, 1601 Broadway, 8th Floor, New York.

Who should attend this event?

This program is designed for non-financial managers in every functional area of responsibility in all industries.

What are some highlights of this event?

Event Highlights:

  • Key finance terms: assets, liabilities, capital, depreciation, capitalization, current ratio and others
  • The accounting process: journals and ledgers, how debits and credits work
  • Mastering the mind-set: see business in terms of dollars-and-cents decision options that pay off—short- and long-term
  • Basic accounting principles
  • Applying accounting conventions and guidelines
  • Developing working rules regarding your corporate financial statements
  • Using the balance sheet to examine assets and liabilities
  • Analyzing the income statement to assess revenues and expenses
  • The statement of cash flow: sources and uses of funds
  • Content and format of the annual report
  • Understanding the footnotes
  • Debt vs. equity financing
  • How leveraging can increase return to shareholders
  • Keeping your plan on target with budgetary controls
  • Using profit-planning tools, break-even analysis, financial forecasting
  • Cash flow: where cash comes from and how it's applied
  • Elements of cost accounting
  • Analyzing payback method, discounted cash flow, present value and present value index in making profitable capital investment decisions
  • Criteria for examining the performance of divisions and product lines
  • Understanding the cost of capital

Why should I attend this event?

By attending this event you will:

  • Get a firm grasp of the numbers side of your job.
  • Gain greater confidence with a working knowledge of business financials.
  • Learn how to “think finance” and translate performance into financial terms.
  • Cultivate proactive working relationships with finance professionals and enhance your value to the organization.
  • Understand the business dynamics of dollars and cents—and take initiatives that meet your short- and long-term goals.
  • Take the guesswork out of your decision making and deliver a better bottom line.
  • Expand your professional expertise and your career opportunities.

 

About Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers 2017 San Francisco

FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING FOR NON-FINANCIAL MANAGERS, SAN FRANCISCO, AUGUST 09-11, 2017

What is this event?

This event is designed for non-financial managers which make the basics of finance accessible to anyone in just 3 days.

Attendee will learn how to interpret and respond appropriately to financial information, communicate contribution to the bottom line, uncover drains on profitability and make smarter decisions that deliver higher profitability.

Event will introduce non-financial managers the concepts, tools, and techniques that can help make each decision pay off on the job and on the bottom line.

Where is this event located?

This event will take place at AMA San Francisco Center,  55 Fourth Street, 2nd Level, San Francisco, California.

Who should attend this event?

This program is designed for non-financial managers in every functional area of responsibility in all industries.

What are some highlights of this event?

Event Highlights:

  • Key finance terms: assets, liabilities, capital, depreciation, capitalization, current ratio and others
  • The accounting process: journals and ledgers, how debits and credits work
  • Mastering the mind-set: see business in terms of dollars-and-cents decision options that pay off—short- and long-term
  • Basic accounting principles
  • Applying accounting conventions and guidelines
  • Developing working rules regarding your corporate financial statements
  • Using the balance sheet to examine assets and liabilities
  • Analyzing the income statement to assess revenues and expenses
  • The statement of cash flow: sources and uses of funds
  • Content and format of the annual report
  • Understanding the footnotes
  • Debt vs. equity financing
  • How leveraging can increase return to shareholders
  • Keeping your plan on target with budgetary controls
  • Using profit-planning tools, break-even analysis, financial forecasting
  • Cash flow: where cash comes from and how it's applied
  • Elements of cost accounting
  • Analyzing payback method, discounted cash flow, present value and present value index in making profitable capital investment decisions
  • Criteria for examining the performance of divisions and product lines
  • Understanding the cost of capital

Why should I attend this event?

By attending this event you will:

  • Get a firm grasp of the numbers side of your job.
  • Gain greater confidence with a working knowledge of business financials.
  • Learn how to “think finance” and translate performance into financial terms.
  • Cultivate proactive working relationships with finance professionals and enhance your value to the organization.
  • Understand the business dynamics of dollars and cents—and take initiatives that meet your short- and long-term goals.
  • Take the guesswork out of your decision making and deliver a better bottom line.
  • Expand your professional expertise and your career opportunities.

About Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers 2017 NY

FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING FOR NON-FINANCIAL MANAGERS, NEW YORK, JULY 10-12, 2017

What is this event?

This program is designed for non-financial managers which make the basics of finance accessible to anyone in just 3 days.

Attendee will learn how to interpret and respond appropriately to financial information, communicate contribution to the bottom line, uncover drains on profitability and make smarter decisions that deliver higher profitability.

Workshop will introduce non-financial managers the concepts, tools, and techniques that can help make each decision pay off on the job and on the bottom line.

Where is this event located?

This event will take place at AMA New York Center, 1601 Broadway, 8th Floor, New York.

Who should attend this event?

This program is designed for non-financial managers in every functional area of responsibility in all industries.

What are some highlights of this event?

Event Highlights:

  • Key finance terms: assets, liabilities, capital, depreciation, capitalization, current ratio and others
  • The accounting process: journals and ledgers, how debits and credits work
  • Mastering the mind-set: see business in terms of dollars-and-cents decision options that pay off—short- and long-term
  • Basic accounting principles
  • Applying accounting conventions and guidelines
  • Developing working rules regarding your corporate financial statements
  • Using the balance sheet to examine assets and liabilities
  • Analyzing the income statement to assess revenues and expenses
  • The statement of cash flow: sources and uses of funds
  • Content and format of the annual report
  • Understanding the footnotes
  • Debt vs. equity financing
  • How leveraging can increase return to shareholders
  • Keeping your plan on target with budgetary controls
  • Using profit-planning tools, break-even analysis, financial forecasting
  • Cash flow: where cash comes from and how it's applied
  • Elements of cost accounting
  • Analyzing payback method, discounted cash flow, present value and present value index in making profitable capital investment decisions
  • Criteria for examining the performance of divisions and product lines
  • Understanding the cost of capital

Why should I attend this event?

By attending this event you will:

  • Get a firm grasp of the numbers side of your job.
  • Gain greater confidence with a working knowledge of business financials.
  • Learn how to “think finance” and translate performance into financial terms.
  • Cultivate proactive working relationships with finance professionals and enhance your value to the organization.
  • Understand the business dynamics of dollars and cents—and take initiatives that meet your short- and long-term goals.
  • Take the guesswork out of your decision making and deliver a better bottom line.
  • Expand your professional expertise and your career opportunities.

About Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers 2017 Chicago

Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers, Chicago, May 03-05, 2017

What is this event?

This program is designed for non-financial managers which make the basics of finance accessible to anyone in just 3 days.

Attendee will learn how to interpret and respond appropriately to financial information, communicate contribution to the bottom line, uncover drains on profitability and make smarter decisions that deliver higher profitability.

Workshop will introduce non-financial managers the concepts, tools, and techniques that can help make each decision pay off on the job and on the bottom line.

Where is this event located?

This event will take place at Summit West, 500 West Madison Street, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Who should attend this event?

This program is designed for non-financial managers in every functional area of responsibility in all industries.

What are some highlights of this event?

Event Highlights:

  • Key finance terms: assets, liabilities, capital, depreciation, capitalization, current ratio and others
  • The accounting process: journals and ledgers, how debits and credits work
  • Mastering the mind-set: see business in terms of dollars-and-cents decision options that pay off—short- and long-term
  • Basic accounting principles
  • Applying accounting conventions and guidelines
  • Developing working rules regarding your corporate financial statements
  • Using the balance sheet to examine assets and liabilities
  • Analyzing the income statement to assess revenues and expenses
  • The statement of cash flow: sources and uses of funds
  • Content and format of the annual report
  • Understanding the footnotes
  • Debt vs. equity financing
  • How leveraging can increase return to shareholders
  • Keeping your plan on target with budgetary controls
  • Using profit-planning tools, break-even analysis, financial forecasting
  • Cash flow: where cash comes from and how it's applied
  • Elements of cost accounting
  • Analyzing payback method, discounted cash flow, present value and present value index in making profitable capital investment decisions
  • Criteria for examining the performance of divisions and product lines
  • Understanding the cost of capital

Why should I attend this event?

By attending this event you will:

  • Get a firm grasp of the numbers side of your job.
  • Gain greater confidence with a working knowledge of business financials.
  • Learn how to “think finance” and translate performance into financial terms.
  • Cultivate proactive working relationships with finance professionals and enhance your value to the organization.
  • Understand the business dynamics of dollars and cents—and take initiatives that meet your short- and long-term goals.
  • Take the guesswork out of your decision making and deliver a better bottom line.
  • Expand your professional expertise and your career opportunities.

About Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers 2017 Houston

FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING FOR NON-FINANCIAL MANAGERS, HOUSTON, APRIL 17-19, 2017

Can you demonstrate your value and ROI to your boss? Are you able to interpret financial reports and make decisions based on the data they provide? Can you draft an accurate budget? Can you justify your ideas in dollars and cents?

You didn’t get to this point in your career only to be held back by weak financial skills. This program for non-financial managers makes the basics of finance accessible to anyone in just 3 days.

You’ll learn how to:
• Interpret and respond appropriately to financial information
• Communicate your contribution to the bottom line
• Uncover drains on profitability
• Make smarter decisions that deliver higher profitability

Financial skills are fundamental to any managerial position. Learn how to think finance, and you’ll expand your career opportunities. From accruals to write-offs to receivables and payables, this workshop shows non-financial managers the concepts, tools, and techniques that can help make each decision pay off—on the job and on the bottom line.

Event Highlights:

  • Key finance terms: assets, liabilities, capital, depreciation, capitalization, current ratio and others
  • The accounting process: journals and ledgers, how debits and credits work
  • Mastering the mind-set: see business in terms of dollars-and-cents decision options that pay off—short- and long-term
  • Basic accounting principles
  • Applying accounting conventions and guidelines
  • Developing working rules regarding your corporate financial statements
  • Using the balance sheet to examine assets and liabilities
  • Analyzing the income statement to assess revenues and expenses
  • The statement of cash flow: sources and uses of funds
  • Content and format of the annual report
  • Understanding the footnotes

Who Should Attend?

This program is designed for non-financial managers in every functional area of responsibility in all industries.

Why Should Attend?

  • Get a firm grasp of the numbers side of your job
  • Gain greater confidence with a working knowledge of business  financials
  • Learn how to “think finance” and translate performance into financial terms
  • Cultivate proactive working relationships with finance professionals and enhance your value to the organization
  • Understand the business dynamics of dollars and cents—and take initiatives that meet your short- and long-term goals

 

About Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers 2017Chicago

FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING FOR NON-FINANCIAL MANAGERS, CHICAGO, APRIL 12-14, 2017

Can you demonstrate your value and ROI to your boss? Are you able to interpret financial reports and make decisions based on the data they provide? Can you draft an accurate budget? Can you justify your ideas in dollars and cents?

You didn’t get to this point in your career only to be held back by weak financial skills. This program for non-financial managers makes the basics of finance accessible to anyone in just 3 days.

You’ll learn how to:
• Interpret and respond appropriately to financial information
• Communicate your contribution to the bottom line
• Uncover drains on profitability
• Make smarter decisions that deliver higher profitability

Financial skills are fundamental to any managerial position. Learn how to think finance, and you’ll expand your career opportunities. From accruals to write-offs to receivables and payables, this workshop shows non-financial managers the concepts, tools, and techniques that can help make each decision pay off—on the job and on the bottom line.

Event Highlights:

  • Key finance terms: assets, liabilities, capital, depreciation, capitalization, current ratio and others
  • The accounting process: journals and ledgers, how debits and credits work
  • Mastering the mind-set: see business in terms of dollars-and-cents decision options that pay off—short- and long-term
  • Basic accounting principles
  • Applying accounting conventions and guidelines
  • Developing working rules regarding your corporate financial statements
  • Using the balance sheet to examine assets and liabilities
  • Analyzing the income statement to assess revenues and expenses
  • The statement of cash flow: sources and uses of funds
  • Content and format of the annual report
  • Understanding the footnotes

Who Should Attend?

This program is designed for non-financial managers in every functional area of responsibility in all industries.

Why Should Attend?

  • Get a firm grasp of the numbers side of your job
  • Gain greater confidence with a working knowledge of business  financials
  • Learn how to “think finance” and translate performance into financial terms
  • Cultivate proactive working relationships with finance professionals and enhance your value to the organization
  • Understand the business dynamics of dollars and cents—and take initiatives that meet your short- and long-term goals

About Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers 2017 New York

FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING FOR NON-FINANCIAL MANAGERS, NEW YORK, APRIL 03-05, 2017

Can you demonstrate your value and ROI to your boss? Are you able to interpret financial reports and make decisions based on the data they provide? Can you draft an accurate budget? Can you justify your ideas in dollars and cents?

You didn’t get to this point in your career only to be held back by weak financial skills. This program for non-financial managers makes the basics of finance accessible to anyone in just 3 days.

You’ll learn how to:
• Interpret and respond appropriately to financial information
• Communicate your contribution to the bottom line
• Uncover drains on profitability
• Make smarter decisions that deliver higher profitability

Financial skills are fundamental to any managerial position. Learn how to think finance, and you’ll expand your career opportunities. From accruals to write-offs to receivables and payables, this workshop shows non-financial managers the concepts, tools, and techniques that can help make each decision pay off—on the job and on the bottom line.

Event Highlights:

  • Key finance terms: assets, liabilities, capital, depreciation, capitalization, current ratio and others
  • The accounting process: journals and ledgers, how debits and credits work
  • Mastering the mind-set: see business in terms of dollars-and-cents decision options that pay off—short- and long-term
  • Basic accounting principles
  • Applying accounting conventions and guidelines
  • Developing working rules regarding your corporate financial statements
  • Using the balance sheet to examine assets and liabilities
  • Analyzing the income statement to assess revenues and expenses
  • The statement of cash flow: sources and uses of funds
  • Content and format of the annual report
  • Understanding the footnotes

Who Should Attend?

This program is designed for non-financial managers in every functional area of responsibility in all industries.

Why Should Attend?

  • Get a firm grasp of the numbers side of your job
  • Gain greater confidence with a working knowledge of business  financials
  • Learn how to “think finance” and translate performance into financial terms
  • Cultivate proactive working relationships with finance professionals and enhance your value to the organization
  • Understand the business dynamics of dollars and cents—and take initiatives that meet your short- and long-term goals

 

About Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers December 05-07 2016 San Francisco

FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING FOR NON-FINANCIAL MANAGERS, SAN FRANCISCO, DECEMBER 05-07, 2016

WHAT IS THIS EVENT?

Fundamentals of finance and accounting for non-financial managers is about to learn basic of finance and account for non-financial managers. Financial skills are fundamental to any managerial position. Learn how to think finance, and you’ll expand your career opportunities. This program for non-financial managers makes the basics of finance accessible to anyone in just 3 days.

You’ll learn how to:
• Interpret and respond appropriately to financial information
• Communicate your contribution to the bottom line
• Uncover drains on profitability
• Make smarter decisions that deliver higher profitability

WHERE IS THIS EVENT LOCATED?

This event will take place at  AMA San Francisco Center,  55 Fourth Street, 2nd Level, San Francisco, California.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS EVENT?

This event  is designed for non-financial managers in every functional area of responsibility in all industries.

WHAT IS THIS EVENT ALL ABOUT?

Financial skills are fundamental to any managerial position. Learn how to think finance, and you’ll expand your career opportunities. From accruals to write-offs to receivables and payables, this workshop shows non-financial managers the concepts, tools, and techniques that can help make each decision pay off—on the job and on the bottom line. The  education at this seminar is astounding. There is so much you can learn at this event.

Event Highlights:

  • Key finance terms: assets, liabilities, capital, depreciation, capitalization, current ratio and others
  • The accounting process: journals and ledgers, how debits and credits work
  • Mastering the mind-set: see business in terms of dollars-and-cents decision options that pay off—short- and long-term
  • Basic accounting principles
  • Applying accounting conventions and guidelines
  • Developing working rules regarding your corporate financial statements
  • Using the balance sheet to examine assets and liabilities
  • Analyzing the income statement to assess revenues and expenses
  • The statement of cash flow: sources and uses of funds
  • Content and format of the annual report
  • Understanding the footnotes
  • Debt vs. equity financing
  • How leveraging can increase return to shareholders
  • Keeping your plan on target with budgetary controls
  • Using profit-planning tools, break-even analysis, financial forecasting
  • Cash flow: where cash comes from and how it's applied
  • Elements of cost accounting
  • Analyzing payback method, discounted cash flow, present value and present value index in making profitable capital investment decisions
  • Criteria for examining the performance of divisions and product lines
  • Understanding the cost of capital

WHY SHOULD I ATTEND THIS EVENT?

  • You will Get a firm grasp of the numbers side of your job.
  • Attendee will Gain greater confidence with a working knowledge of business  financials.
  • You will Learn how to “think finance” and translate performance into financial terms.
  • Cultivate proactive working relationships with finance professionals and enhance your value to the organization.
  • Innovatives ideas of how to Understand the business dynamics of dollars and cents—and take initiatives that meet your short- and long-term goals.
  • Take the guesswork out of your decision making and deliver a better bottom line.
  • You will Expand your professional expertise—and your career opportunities.

 

About Fundamentals of Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers November 28-30 2016 Arlington

FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING FOR NON-FINANCIAL MANAGERS, NOVEMBER 28 - 30, 2016:

What is this event?

Can you demonstrate your value and ROI to your boss? Are you able to interpret financial reports and make decisions based on the data they provide? Can you draft an accurate budget? Can you justify your ideas in dollars and cents?

You didn’t get to this point in your career only to be held back by weak financial skills. This program for non-financial managers makes the basics of finance accessible to anyone in just 3 days.

You’ll learn how to:
• Interpret and respond appropriately to financial information
• Communicate your contribution to the bottom line
• Uncover drains on profitability
• Make smarter decisions that deliver higher profitability

Where is this event located?

This event will take place at AMA Washington Area Center, 2345 Crystal Drive, Suite 200 in Arlington, Virginia, USA. This venue is the premier location for events, conventions, tradeshows and expositions. It features a variety of new canal-side restaurants, clubs, music venues and attractions. Come and see for yourself.  

Who should attend this event?

This program is designed for non-financial managers in every functional area of responsibility in all industries.

What is this event all about?

The event program will be designed to challenge, inspire, demonstrate and encourage participants while facilitating discussion. It will include an extensive range of topics with keynotes, concurrent sessions, case studies, workshops, panel discussions and poster presentations.

Event Highlights:

  • Key finance terms: assets, liabilities, capital, depreciation, capitalization, current ratio and others
  • The accounting process: journals and ledgers, how debits and credits work
  • Mastering the mind-set: see business in terms of dollars-and-cents decision options that pay off—short- and long-term
  • Basic accounting principles
  • Applying accounting conventions and guidelines
  • Developing working rules regarding your corporate financial statements
  • Using the balance sheet to examine assets and liabilities
  •  Analyzing the income statement to assess revenues and expenses
  • The statement of cash flow: sources and uses of funds
  • Content and format of the annual report
  • Understanding the footnotes
  • Debt vs. equity financing
  • How leveraging can increase return to shareholders
  • Keeping your plan on target with budgetary controls
  • Using profit-planning tools, break-even analysis, financial forecasting
  • Cash flow: where cash comes from and how it's applied
  • Elements of cost accounting
  • Analyzing payback method, discounted cash flow, present value and present value index in making profitable capital investment decisions
  • Criteria for examining the performance of divisions and product lines
  • Understanding the cost of capital

Why should I attend this event?

  • Get a firm grasp of the numbers side of your job
  • Gain greater confidence with a working knowledge of business  financials
  • Learn how to “think finance” and translate performance into financial terms
  • Cultivate proactive working relationships with finance professionals and enhance your value to the organization
  • Understand the business dynamics of dollars and cents—and take initiatives that meet your short- and long-term goals
  • Take the guesswork out of your decision making and deliver a better bottom line
  • Expand your professional expertise—and your career opportunities

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