This course helps business leaders from non-financial backgrounds build a practical understanding of the financial markets and gain critical insights into finance and accounting practices. You’ll learn how to apply financial principles to solve your organization’s challenges, regardless of your industry.
OWN THE NUMBERS
Course LengthOffered December 10 - 11, 2019 and April 07-08, 2020 at Goizueta Business School
Typical Class SizeFor non-financial professionals wanting a stronger financial skill set
Course InvestmentBreakfast and lunch included
HOW IT WORKS
In this two-day Finance & Accounting for Non-Financial Managers short course, we will decipher the language of financial statements, examine sources of data, and explore analysis techniques to help you see beyond the numbers and uncover key measures of organizational performance. This course applies to the C-Suite Certificate with a concentration in Strategy and qualifies as an elective for the C-Suite, Leadership, and Advanced Certificates.
Gain a Finance FoundationBuild your knowledge of finance and accounting management, while learning to address business challenges with applied financial principles.
Understand the NumbersGo deeper into financial statements to understand what the numbers mean and how to use them to drive organizational success.
Drive DecisionsDevelop techniques for using financial analysis to drive fiscally solid individual and organizational decisions.
STRENGTH IN NUMBERS
From the basics of financial statements to understanding analysis ratios and financial forecasting, become a better manager by brushing up on financial principles and learning how to apply them to drive organizational outcomes.
STEP UP YOUR SKILLS
Cultivating Strong Finance Foundations
Tom Smith is an expert in the areas of labor economics, pricing, sports economics and finance, entertainment and health care industry economics, and film finance. He regularly appears on national television and radio programming and is frequently quoted in the press regarding trends in unemployment, inflation, trade and more.