Upcoming Sessions (Fee includes lodging and most meals) May 4-9, 2014 $9,900 October 12-17, 2014 $9,900 Program Overview: Whether you are new to finance or just want to sharpen your skills, this course will improve your ability to interpret financial reports and learn the language and techniques of finance. Senior faculty create a collaborative learning environment that inspires you with concepts to understand and predict the financial implications of managerial decisions. The program provides a comprehensive view of shareholder value creation and the key role managers play in the process. You will explore methods for determining the cash-flow and stock price implications of strategic decisions such as plant and equipment additions, acquisitions, new product introductions, and credit and payment policies. You will learn to identify sources of capital, set appropriate corporate and business growth objectives, and increase the attractiveness of your company’s securities to investors.
Who Should Attend: The program is designed for executives who make or contribute to decisions that have significant financial implications. This includes anyone with profit-and-loss responsibility, and managers in marketing, operations, human resources, and engineering. No background in finance is required.
Key Benefits: • Read and interpret financial statements
• Determine the cash-flow and stock price implications of major strategic and operating decisions
• Understand the role of financing and the determination of the cost of capital
• Work more effectively with financial executives