Next Workshop: Mar 23 & 24 (At SVSU)
A 2-day workshop (10-13 contact hours) that will help managers who do not have financial backgrounds understand basic financial and managerial accounting information, to improve their managerial effectiveness, and enhance their ability to effectively communicate with financial managers. They will explore the conceptual underpinnings of corporate financial reporting, analyze and interpret corporate financial statements, and examine key financial and qualitative considerations of a range of operations focused managerial decisions.
The workshop will be conducted in a highly collaborative, and supportive learning environment. During the sessions, participants will work with instructors and their peers in individual and small groups settings to apply the concepts and techniques presented by facilitators to real-world cases including their organization.
Who Should Attend:
How: Participants will explore the material in interactive classroom sessions led by a senior Saginaw Valley State University – College of Business and Management faculty professional.
Note: No background in accounting or finance required. However, familiarity with the general language of business will be assumed.
Overview of the Corporate Financial Reporting Process
Interpreting Financial Reports
Overview of the Financial Considerations in Operational Decision Making
When: March 23 & 24, 2018 9:00 am to 4:30 pm both days
Program Cost: $1,250.00
Questions?: Contact Jaime Frank at 989-964-4048 or at email@example.com