POSITION YOUR COMPANY FOR PROFITABILITY

Finance Essentials 

Having a better understanding of finance can help you make sound decisions for your organization. By understanding to what extent a particular unit, project or idea adds value to an organization, you can better allocate scarce resources and improve operational and financial decision making in a way that creates economic value.

Our Financial Essentials course will give you the tools and concepts to help you use financial data for decision making, analysis, and valuation. You will also learn how to better communicate the basis of your decisions so that you can successfully compete for scarce resources.

POSITION YOUR COMPANY FOR PROFITABILITY

Finance Essentials 

Having a better understanding of finance can help you make sound decisions for your organization. By understanding to what extent a particular unit, project or idea adds value to an organization, you can better allocate scarce resources and improve operational and financial decision making in a way that creates economic value.

Our Financial Essentials course will give you the tools and concepts to help you use financial data for decision making, analysis, and valuation. You will also learn how to better communicate the basis of your decisions so that you can successfully compete for scarce resources.

In just one day, participants will:

In just one day, participants will:

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  • Master basic valuation tools and techniques
  • Learn about the cost and benefits of commonly used investment approaches
  • Be prepared to defend your data by applying investment and cash flow analysis principles
  • Master basic valuation tools and techniques
  • Learn about the cost and benefits of commonly used investment approaches
  • Be prepared to defend your data by applying investment and cash flow analysis principles
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