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Dates: Wednesday, April 6 & Tuesday, April 19, 2022

There are only a few universal scorecards in business. Financial Matters for the Non-Financial Professional will introduce you to the scorecards and the essential factors that determine winning in business. You’ll build fluency in terminology and the relationships between decisions and results. You’ll deepen your expertise in figuring out the what and why of your financial results.

A FEW TOPICS COVERED:

  • The Five Factors of Business Success (Cash, Margin, Asset Utilization, Growth, People)
  • The Universal Scorecards In Business: Profit & Loss, Balance Sheet, Statement of Cash Flows
  • Price, Volume, Margin, and Profit


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Dates: Thursday, May 5 & Thursday, May 12, 2022

To get the results you want, you need to play the game to win! Part B will allow you to simulate three or more years of business. The emphasis is on practicing and getting lots of feedback with a little good-natured competition thrown in. In this learning-by-doing session, you’ll join a leadership team charged with running the company, evaluating the performance, making plans to improve results, and seeing the impact of your decisions in real time. Serious fun!

A FEW TOPICS COVERED:

  • The Circulation of Capital
  • Working Capital, Asset Efficiency, Capacity Utilization, Inventory/Value Chain Optimization
  • Cash Position v. Cash Flow

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​​Dates: Thursday, June 2 & Thursday, June 9, 2022

What gets measured gets done! Part C will give you lots of practice in setting financial game plans in motion, interpreting the results, and adapting your tactics to win the game. When our financial resources follow our business priorities, we can increase the chance of getting the results we seek. You’ll get lots of practice in setting, allocating, and evaluating the performance of scarce financial resources toward the things that will do the most good.

A FEW TOPICS COVERED:

  • Capital Budgeting, Return on Investment, Time Value of Money, and Risk
  • Zero-Based Budgets, Incremental Budgets, Variance Analysis, and Decision-Making

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