Financial Management For Non-financial Executives

The financial environment is changing rapidly, and financial communications are becoming increasingly complex. This course will simplify the financial world for you by providing you with a solid understanding of the way finance people think and the vocabulary they use. 



What will you gain from this seminar?

  • A better understanding of the financial implications of your strategic and operational decisions
  • You will be able to make resource acquisition and allocation decisions in ways that create value
  • You will be able to use financial information to become more productive in your functional areas
  • The ability to communicate better with the firm’s financial managers


Who should attend this seminar?

This course is particularly appropriate for middle to senior level managers who have non-financial functional responsibilities. For example, these managers could be in areas such as marketing, sales, engineering, or manufacturing, as well as the general manager whose background is not in finance. No prior in-depth knowledge of accounting or finance is necessary. The program is directed towards users of financial information rather than those who prepare and disseminate it.


What will you learn from this seminar?

At the end of this course, you will specifically be able to:

  • Read and understand financial statements
  • Evaluate the financial strengths and weaknesses of a company through financial analysis
  • Understand how financial decisions such as capital budgeting and resource allocation fit into corporate strategy
  • Understand the use of contribution margin analysis and other planning and decision making tools
  • Comprehend the link between activity-based management and value creation
  • Understand how managing the corporate value chain affects corporate profitability

Financial Management for Non-financial Executives (July 26-28, 2016)
The Application Form can be completed and submitted online or may be downloaded here.
(The downloaded application may be returned by email, fax, or mail.)