The Principles of Financial Management


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Financial management is a key tool in controlling and directing the resources of any business organization. Managers--not only financial professionals but also managers whose responsibilities are largely non-financial--can use this tool to generate and analyze the financial information that is essential to decision making in business.
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Understanding the principles of financial management helps all managers, from line supervisors to senior executives, to use this tool more effectively to support the organization’s goals. This course introduces non-financial managers to the principles of financial management. It explores the basic concepts of risk and return and the time value of money.

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Target Audience

Non-financial managers who seek an introduction to finance

Prerequisites

None

Lesson Objectives

  • recognize the benefits of using financial management to support organizational success.
  • match the main financial statements used to report on financial condition with the information they provide.
  • apply information from forecasting tools to allocate cash in a hypothetical departmental budget.
  • match common forecasting tools with examples of the cash flow and capital needs they help to identify.
  • initiate appropriate interactions with financial control systems in a hypothetical business scenario.
  • recognize the value of managing financial risk in business.
  • analyze a potential business investment to determine which type(s) of financial risk it represents.
  • match types of financial risk with examples.
  • compare the risks in two hypothetical business situations to determine which situation has the lower potential for risk or the higher potential for gain.
  • identify real-world scenarios as examples of the different types of return investment risk.
  • recognize the value of utilizing the time value of money concept to support effective financial management.
  • calculate the future value of a monetary amount from a given present value in a hypothetical business situation.
  • identify the variables that are used to calculate the relationship between the present value and the future value of invested money that is earning compound interest.
  • identify the effects of depreciation expense on financial performance.
  • decide whether to lease or buy equipment in a hypothetical business situation.
  • select examples of factors to consider when making a buy-lease decision.
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  • Language : English
  • Skill Level : All level
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  • Tuesday9am - 6pm
  • Wednesday9am - 6pm
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