Enhance your organizational problem-solving
Knowledge of finance and accounting can enhance a decision maker’s skill at organizational problem-solving. This program develops a participant’s ability to learn and apply financial concepts and fundamental accounting principles to solutions that impact the bottom line.
Participants will learn to:
- Understand and use major financial statements and reports
- Communicate effectively with finance and accounting specialists
- Incorporate financial analysis into operating strategies
- Use financial information to make better decisions
We accomplish this by involving participants in small group projects that allow them to compare perspectives and personal experiences with a variety of cases that demonstrate real-life application of the principles discussed.Download Factsheet (PDF)
This course provides 24 hours of instruction and is typically delivered over three days. Delivery may also be customized to provide a schedule that best meets your needs.
Tuition is $2,150 per person and includes all materials, meals, and campus parking.
Accounting and Finance Fundamentals
Accrual Accounting Made Easy
Exploring the Annual Report
Ratios and Analysis
Product Costing and Inventory
Introduction to Internal Budgets, Cost, and Profits,
Introduction to Standard Costing and Overhead Allocations
Cost Behavior and Full vs. Variable Costing
Planning for Profit
Budgets, Planning, and Performance