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Project Scheduling and Budgeting

Accord Worldwide
Campus Full time 5 days September 2017 USA Houston

The modern project management is more using tools and techniques to ensure you can compete, you can achieve on time and you can meet standards of quality. It is more about efficiency and effectiveness. The project manager is a team leader who can inspire and who can manage the work and resources. [+]

Course Studies in Accounting in Texas in USA. If you can measure, you can manage! The modern project management is more using tools and techniques to ensure you can compete, you can achieve on time and you can meet standards of quality. It is more about efficiency and effectiveness. The project manager is a team leader who can inspire and who can manage the work and resources. We come up with this course to address the “research-based” needs of project managers for required monitoring and control skills. This comprehensive training workshop will ensure the effective and efficient use of monitoring skills and will be a value for money. General Notes: As an open course, this program is offered in specific destinations. However, as an in-house training it can be offered at any part of the globe. This Program can be integrated with any other program in the same category and for a 10 days course, client will get benefit of two days discount paying only for eight days. Accord Worldwide can offer this training in other languages than English, please contact us for your needs. This training will help you to learn: Classic vs. modern project management What are the key principles of project management Monitoring multiple projects Modern tools that are commonly used in project management Managing multiple project budgets and finances Project Manager leadership skills HRM principles for multiple projects Course Curriculum Day One Introduction to modern project management History of project management and recent progresses Classic vs. modern Project Management Planning for multiple projects Day Two Estimating scope and volume of multiple projects Task analysis and human resource planning Quality control and performance management Project Goal and Objectives Project vs. Programs Day Three Indicators, Source/Means of Verification Assumptions Monitoring for various types of projects Importance of Monitoring and QC Day Four Monitoring Plans Safety, Green initiatives and technology in Project Management Communication skills for managing multiple projects Financial management and fraud prevention for project managers Day Five Total quality management Project Management software’s for different fields Utilization of Results in Project Planning Continuous quality improvement using monitoring What Participants Receive? A DVD with all the training material and extra-curricular learning material Workshop handouts 12 months FREE advice and support for any relevant questions and queries Free membership to get free learning material Who should attend This course is useful for project managers, officers and any person involved in project management (construction, oil and petroleum, logistics and supplies). Fee Training fee includes the course certificate, training materials, lunch and refreshments one social program at the end of the training and tuition fee. Not included in the fee are: Visa Costs, Airfare cost, Accommodation, Travel Insurance, Dinner and any personal expense of the participant. Please note that for groups, different destinations and in-house training we offer significant discount and we encourage you to contact us for a quotation. [-]

Managerial Accounting for Non-Financial Executives

McCombs School of Business, University of Texas at Austin
Campus Part time 2 days September 2017 USA Austin

In this two-day program- Managerial Accounting for Non-Financial Executives, we will discuss fundamental internal measurement and control systems, including structured measurement models, analytical techniques, and system biases [+]

Program Description - Managerial Accounting for Non-Financial Executives

 

The fundamental question of managerial accounting was voiced by the legendary former CFO of Cisco Systems, Larry Carter. He said, “From a management and fiduciary role, I do not want to lose control. But we also want to continue to move at a rapid pace. The traditional answer to growth is more controls but the bureaucracy then slows you down. How do you stay at the pace of a start up?”

 

In this two-day program, we will discuss fundamental internal measurement and control systems, including structured measurement models, analytical techniques, and system biases. Our goal will be to establish a firm grounding in proven measurement techniques while also addressing Carter’s concern: knowing what we need to know for decision-making and control without excessively constraining the organization. Whether you are the measurer or the measuree in your organization, this program will deliver ideas that will help you do your job better, by promoting better systems, challenging ineffective or inefficient metrics, and creating a lean measurement culture.... [-]


Accounting and Finance for Non-Financial Managers

McCombs School of Business, University of Texas at Austin
Campus Part time 2 days September 2017 USA Austin

This program teaches you how concepts and strategies are integrated into your company's big picture. You will learn the language of business and begin to understand the reality behind the numbers. [+]

Course Studies in Accounting in Texas in USA.

Program Description - Accounting and Finance for Non-Financial Managers

 

Refresh your knowledge or learn the basics of accounting assumptions, accounting and financial terminology, and financial analysis techniques. This program teaches you how concepts and strategies are integrated into your company's big picture. You will learn the language of business and begin to understand the reality behind the numbers. Different types of information systems will be examined: control-based accounting structures for managing physical resources; and information-based accounting structures for planning, evaluating, and decision-making. You will learn how to address and communicate problems more effectively, how to identify relevant information, and how to apply the analytical skills needed to make better business decisions and take maximum advantage of business opportunities.... [-]


The Essentials of Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers

Cox School of Business, Southern Methodist University
Campus Part time 3 days November 2017 USA Dallas

This three-day program will provide you with a better understanding of the numbers side of your business. [+]

Understanding the NumbersThis three-day program will provide you with a better understanding of the numbers side of your business. The first day of the program begins at the most fundamental level and introduces basic accounting terminology and concepts. The three primary financial statements - the Balance Sheet, Income Statement, and Statement of Cash Flows - are described in detail. Differences between cash and accrual-based accounting are highlighted. Then, participants together construct and interpret a set of financial statements.Day two of the course builds on these fundamental principles, demonstrating how to use financial statement data to evaluate financial performance and how to forecast future resource needs. The day ends with an introduction to capital budgeting and project decision-making techniques.The final day moves into the realm of Managerial Accounting. Here, the focus will be on using relevant cost and financial data to make better business decisions. The course concludes with a discussion of performance metrics and management control systems.Who Should Attend- Managers at all levels who work in non-financial areas - Technical managers with profit-loss and/or budget responsibilities - Individuals targeted for promotion - Anyone needing an introductory look at financial basics and financial statements Key Topics* Fundamental Accounting and Finance Concepts - Learning the basic terms and concepts necessary to grasp the numbers side of your business - Understanding the accounting process, its role in the organization and its role in the overall economy - How accounting and finance procedures impact business decisions * An Introduction to Financial Statements - The three primary financial statements: the Balance Sheet, the Income Statement, and the Statement of Cash Flows - The uses and importance of these statements and how they interact - Understanding "Generally Accepted Accounting Principles" (GAAP) and how they are applied * Using Accounting and Financial Data to Evaluate Performance - Defining and using key financial ratios to assess firm performance - How those outside your firm use accounting and other financial data to measure the health and performance of your company - Finding and using benchmark industry and firm data for performance comparison * Using Accounting and Financial Data to Plan for the Future- Using forecasting techniques to develop "pro forma" financial statements - Using forecasting to predict cash and resource needs and to address critical planning issues * Using Financial Analysis to Pick Projects and Investments - Understanding commonly used investment analysis techniques: payback, NPV, IRR, etc. - Using capital budgeting as a project evaluation tool * Accounting Data Used for Managerial Decision Making- Understanding cost/volume/profit relationships - Identifying fixed and variable costs and determining break-even levels - Using relevant cost analysis to improve managerial decision making * Management Control Systems - Performance metrics and how they offer a measurement-based approach to strategy implementation and performance evaluation Key Benefits- Gain a solid understanding of fundamental concepts and terms in the fields of finance and accounting - Follow a step-by-step approach to grasping how the three primary financial statements interact and the role of each - Learn how to use accounting and financial data to evaluate your firm's performance against the competition and to make better business decisions - Learn the basic principles of finance used to evaluate investments and projects - Gain an understanding of cost behavior: fixed costs, variable costs, break-even analysis, contribution margin, etc. - Enhance your ability to make business decisionsDates: May 22 - 24, 2006 or November 1 - 3, 2006... [-]