This webinar provides an in depth understanding of business and financial activity. It converts the results indicated on financial statements to the reasons needed to improve profits and productivity. They provide the windows into the company and reveal how best to understand and analyze business and financial activity and make relevant business decisions.
All business professionals need a good working knowledge of financial statements to include how they are created and how they can be used to make key business decisions to improve profits & productivity. Key ratios are developed from financial statements to provide the basis for these key decisions. We see these ratios as the road to improving profits & productivity.
Ratios are calculated by attendees to understand the source of the components. Ratios are discussed to determine their relevance and how they can be used to improve profits & productivity.
Non-financial personnel tasked with the responsibility of controlling budgets, cost centers and overall resource management. Primary target should have some knowledge of finance and accounting and wanting to understand how to use financial statements and information in decision making.
Carl Young is an author, speaker, trainer, consultant & coach. He holds an MBA and completed graduate studies in Accounting and Taxations. He is a former CFO of a 275M High growth technology-based company. He has over 25 years of senior-level business management experience. He has over 25 years of training experience in finance, accounting, and business management.
Carl is also the former CEO of his own small parts manufacturing company and has worked as a former Senior Financial Associate with a major consulting firm. He is a member of the American Society of Corporate Controllers, members of the Council of Experts of the investment firm Gerson & Lehrman, member of the Society of Industry Leaders sponsored by Standard & Poors, and member of the National Association of Accountants.
Carl is an engaging & entertaining speaker and trainer, who make relevant teaching points from his experiences as a former CFO. Sessions are rich in content, lively, full of energy and include lots of audience interaction. He has branded himself Mr. Simplicity with a goal is to make finance & accounting relevant to non-financial professionals with tools & techniques that are simple to understand and apply.