Who should attend
Professionals of any level, and in any function, who make spending decisions and budget allocation determinations and who need to understand how risk and return affect internal financial management decisions.
About the course
Understanding and interpreting financial statements is a fundamental component to the success of any leader. In addition, leaders must be able to measure the financial implications of their decisions, which requires an understanding of financial statement analysis and accounting methods.
This course introduces the participant to the essential elements of financial statement analysis and forecasting. You will learn to interpret financial statements, develop a more comprehensive understanding of how managerial decisions impact the main financial statements, and develop the basic concepts of forecasting future financial statements.
Areas of Interest: , Managerial Accounting,, Financial Accounting,, Performance Measurement and Assessment Biography Lasse Mertins, Ph.D. (Virginia Tech) is an Associate Professor in the practice track. He joined the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School in 2014. His expertise are in the ar...
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