Date Venue Category/City Fees (Inclusive Taxes)
12/07/2024 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM Online 3835

Course Content

  • Concepts and Terms: Introduce financial terminology and concepts.
  • Key Financial Statements:
  • Balance Sheet: Understand assets, liabilities, and equity.
  • Income Statement: Analyze revenues, expenses, and profits.
  • Cash Flow Statement: Track cash inflow and outflow.
  • Interpreting for Decision Making: Learn how to read and interpret these statements to make informed decisions


  • HR: Assessing the financial impact of hiring decisions.
  • Supply Chain: Understanding the financial implications of inventory management.

Financial Analysis Techniques

  • Profit and Loss Analysis: Techniques to analyze income statements.
  • Cash Flow Analysis and Forecasting: Project future cash flows.
  • Financial Ratios: Utilize ratios for performance assessment.
  • Break-even and ROI: Calculate break-even points and return on investment.
  • Examples:
  • Project Management: Budgeting for project costs and analyzing ROI.
  • Finance: Using ratios to assess company health and performance.

Practical Application in Projects

  • Project Budgeting: Apply financial concepts in project budgeting.
  • Financial Health of Projects: Make decisions based on project’s financial health.
  • Risk Assessment: Financial risk analysis and mitigation.
  • Case Studies: Real-world examples of financial decision-making in projects.
  • Examples:
  • Sales & Marketing: Budget allocation for marketing campaigns.
  • Finance: project investment analysis and risk management.

Strategic Decision Making

  • Strategic Financial Decisions: Integrate financial analysis in strategy.
  • Long-term Planning: Financial planning for future growth.
  • Resource Allocation: Effective management of financial resources.
  • Scenario Planning: Forecasting and preparing for future financial scenarios.
  • Examples:
  • HR: Strategic workforce planning based on financial projections.
  • Supply Chain: Long-term procurement strategy and cost management.

Critical Financial Measurement Tools and Techniques

  • Tips for scanning any financial report and zeroing in on the pertinent numbers
  • Calculating return on investment (ROI)
  • Key financial indicators that will tell you if your organization is on the right track
  • Using break-even analysis, forecasting and other financial tools to make informed decisions
  • Valuable questions to ask before making any decision based on financial statement numbers
  • Important ratios that every nonfinancial manager should understand

Timings: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm, Registration begins at 9:30 am