* Understand the financial impact of your business decisions
* Improve your ability to read and interpret financial statements
* Communicate more effectively with your financial executives
* Determine the time value of money and how to measure financial risk
Who Should Attend
This program will benefit the nonfinancial manager in functional areas such as HR, information technology, marketing, sales, manufacturing, or engineering, as well as the general manager who has been promoted through these functional areas. Prior knowledge of finance is not necessary.
The program helps participants improve communication with people in financial areas, contribute to financial decisions, and better understand the impact of strategic decisions on shareholder value.
This program's focus on both Accounting and Finance helps participants develop a well-rounded understanding of language and requirements of financial expectations and performance. Participants learn how to evaluate a project's financial attractiveness from the shareholders' perspective in order to better understand and predict the impact of business decisions.
About the School
The Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan is a premier educational institution within one of the finest research universities worldwide. Our mission is to develop leaders in ... Read More