SU417 - Visual Finance: How to Read Financial Statements and Make Better Decisions With Pictures

Sun, May 21 | 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM | B407

Is it possible to understand accounting only by drawing pictures? Accounting is often perceived as being tedious, complicated, and too theoretical. Nonfinancial managers are less than enthusiastic about accounting. One possible cause is the way business schools teach it. In a recent study, only 46 percent of respondents had average or higher financial literacy and could understand financial statements. Stop avoiding financial topics during team meetings. Save your company from making costly mistakes and start maximizing all your valuable opportunities. Visual finance is a powerful, simple tool that you can easily apply to real life.

Application on the Job:
Discover how your position creates financial value for the company.
Discover how to read financial statements and understand what is behind the numbers.
Apply visual finance to make better decisions and communicate financial information.
Learn how to read your company's financial report.

Type: Education Session

Tracks: Leadership Development

Learning Approaches: Experiential/Interactive Learning

Topics: Developing Leadership Skills and Competencies, Strategic-level Thinking skills/competencies

Target Audiences: Director/Manager, Executive/Decision Maker

Session Services: ATD Store Companion Book, NOT Recorded

Handout(s): Presentation


Speakers

Tsvetanov, Georgi

Tsvetanov, Georgi

Regional Director

Silega

Role: Speaker