Making Strategic Financial Decisions | Weatherhead School at Case Western Reserve University

Making Strategic Financial Decisions

(Formerly "Financial Decision Making")

Accounting and financial concepts form the foundation of good business decision making, which enables managers to successfully achieve the goals of an organization. This five-part series introduces how correctly understanding an organization’s internal financial data is vital to managing daily operating activities, allocating resources, and evaluating performance. Gain essential knowledge that will increase your confidence when making internal financial decisions. In addition, the benefits of maintaining a sustainability perspective are addressed.

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Learning Outcomes

As a result of attending this program, participants will:

Who Should Attend

Managers and directors of departments who are responsible for organizational or departmental profitability.

Those considering this program should also consider Using Financial Analytics to Measure Core Business Performance, which offers a focus on external financial reporting. Together, these two programs provide an overview of accounting and financial concepts used to support effective operations and efficient utilization of resources from both an internal and external perspective.

 

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