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FINANCE & ACCOUNTING

FINANCE FOR THE NON-FINANCIAL MANAGER

APRIL 10, 2019 10/25 SEPTEMBER 25, 2019

JAMES B. HENRY CENTER FOR EXECUTIVE DEVELOPMENT

PROGRAM INTRODUCTION:

This one-day program is designed to provide participants with hands-on experience in how to use and interpret financial data. Through the use of lectures and exercises, the participants will be introduced to and gain an understanding of standard techniques of practical financial management. These techniques are then used in a case setting to identify issues and factors to help improve decision making.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

Junior to mid-level managers who work with financial information and need to better understand and interpret financial documents would benefit from attending this program. Non-financial managers from any functional areas and all industries will find this program highly beneficial to improving their overall ability to read and interpret financial data. No prior knowledge of finance or accounting needed.

KEY LEARNING OUTCOMES:

? Understand financial reports

? Interpret data from financial documents

? Understand the sources and uses of capital

? Appreciate the difference between cash flow and profitability

? Make better business decisions based on financial planning and analysis

? Communicate with financial executives in your organization

? See the "big picture" of your organization

? Understand directives given by your CFO

? Grasp why decisions are made by the CFO and CEO

PRICE & REGISTRATION:

$1295 ? full tuition (includes materials, meals and certificate of completion)

$995 ? early bird registration (available 30 days in advance of program date)

FACULTY INSTRUCTOR:

Charles Hadlock, Ph.D., Frederick S. Addy Distinguished Chair In Finance Broad College of Business Michigan State University

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PARTICIPATING COMPANIES

Adient American Axle Mfg. Asahi Kasei Plastics Blue Cross Blue Shield Consumers Energy Dawn Foods DENSO Dowding Industries DTE Energy Emergency Care Specialists FCA GreenStone Farm Credit Services Herman Miller Jackson National Life Kellogg Company Little Caesars MASCO Meijer Meritor Open Systems Technologies Pratt & Whitney Spartan Motors Spectrum Health Vail Rubber Works Wolverine Advanced Materials ZF TRW

FINANCE & ACCOUNTING

SCHEDULE:

8:30 a.m. Welcome & Introduction

8:45 a.m. Section 1: Introductory Concepts

Section 2: Financing Sources and Costs

10:45 a.m. Section 3: Financial Reporting and Accounting Issues Financial Statement Group Exercise

12 p.m.

Lunch

1 p.m.

Section 4: Making Investment

Decisions

Section 5: Investment Decision Case Study ? Baldwin Bowling Balls

3-5 p.m. Section 6: Financial Planning, Ratios, and Valuing a Business

Program content is correct at the time of printing, but may be subject to change.

For more information, go to: execed.broad.msu.edu

"I liked the use of actual company examples and investment strategies. This program was very informative for a professional that does not deal with financials on a regular basis."

2019 DATE OPTIONS:

APRIL 10 SEPTEMBER 25

COMMENTS FROM SEMINAR PARTICIPANTS:

"The energy of the instructor helped keep the class engaged. I was introduced to some new concepts and tools that will help with the analysis of potential business pursuits."

"The examples were easy to apply and understand. The materials were easy to follow and the pace the instructor used gave us plenty of time to think and apply the concepts. Charlie has a great sense of humor!"

"Dr. Hadlock has true passion for the subject and it comes out in his energy throughout the class. He makes the content relevant to public as well as private companies."

CONTACT:

edp@broad.msu.edu 517-353-8711 ? 800-356-5705 execed.broad.msu.edu

Executive Development Programs Michigan State University The James B. Henry Center for Executive Development 3535 Forest Road Lansing, MI 48910-3831

Nonprofit Org. U.S. POSTAGE

PAID Lansing, MI Permit #249

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