Introduction for managers, directors and administrators on financial and managerial accounting. This course has been designed to transform the non-financial manager into a more effective team member who can propose, analyze and evaluate financial decisions, by providing clear examples of financial systems content, concepts and terminology.
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What to look for in a corporate report and how to analyze that information to use it to your advantage
How to talk to financial people in your language – and their language
How to evaluate both short- and long-term operating decisions using financial data
How control systems should work and how they actually do work
How to make capital budgeting and investment decisions
How to clarify who is responsible for what parts of an organization’s financial strategy – in order to know whom to approach with your concerns
When to be skeptical of product/service costing methods so you can better evaluate results
How to support your business decisions with financial back-up
How to prepare operating budgets, cost budgets and capital budgets
No, there is no exam, course success is assessed on participation, attendance, and the completion of important financial assignments.
The course uses examples from financial statements and case studies from global logistics firms, but is not limited to freight forwarders.
No, but this course is challenging, and will teach you about the essential financial practices and instruments that will help you be a better manager.
The sales and client services virtual class is held once per week and is 4 weeks long, and the finance course is 6 weeks long. This is an evening class on EST.
Each course contains recorded lectures, readings and/or assignments that must be completed before each live virtual class. The total commitment each week is 2 to 3 hours.
There is no exam for these courses, but attendance, active participation, and the completion of ALL assignments is mandatory.
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