This course will help you understand the “macro” big picture and “micro” line item context and trends of finance—as well as the mechanics of developing budgets. It will give you the necessary tools to make sound financial decisions for your business unit. Whether your goal is to stay on budget, increase overall cost savings or meet specific profitability targets, real-world exercises will help you become familiar with standard financial documents, and use budget and estimating methods and tools more effectively. Specifically, you’ll review and discuss commonly used financial metrics to not only understand the numbers, but also to explore the not-so-obvious financial impacts of typical operating decisions and actions—from a project to organizational level. After completing this course, you’ll know how to gather, compile and prioritize financial data to develop, execute and manage a budget. You will also be better able to communicate financial and budgetary information, have greater confidence in assessing finances, and participate more effectively in the business decision-making process.

You will Learn how to:

• Utilize ESI’s Mindset Model to understand how finance and accounting influence management decisions

• Ask the right questions to successfully create, present, monitor and manage a budget

• Persuasively negotiate for financial resources

• Communicate financial information and results to stakeholders, executives, colleagues and project teams

• Correlate budget success with its presentation in financial reports

• Recognize the relationships between primary financial statement line items by calculating and examining relevant financial ratios


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