FINANCE & ACCOUNTING - Managerial Accounting For Non-Financial Professionals: Information for Planning, Decision Making & Control.
This workshop examines how managerial accounting information is gathered, and how it is used by business professionals to make effective plans and decisions. Managerial accounting is not as widely used as other forms of accounting, nor is it as known. While companies concern themselves with financial accounting methods like audits, budgets and financial statements, they often completely ignore the forward-thinking methods of managerial accounting. Accordingly, lessons such as fundamentals of managerial accounting, cost accounting concept, and managerial accounting approaches will provide participants with the concepts, procedures, and analytical skills they will need to make informed decisions in today's challenging business world.
PARTICIPANTS WILL BE ABLE TO:
-Cost terms and Concepts
-Cost Behavior: Analysis and Use
-Overhead Costing for Planning and Control
-Direct vs. Absorption Costing
-Relevant Costs for Decision Making
-Standard Costs & Variance Analysis
-Financial Statement Analysis
-And other internal decision makers of an organization who have the need to understand managerial accounting