Financial Decision Making
Financial Decision Making is a three-day core module of the Global Leader program, and it can also be taken as a stand-alone program.
Today’s business manager needs the know-how to navigate the financial information when making decisions. Understanding finance is crucial to obtaining project funding, anticipating business trends or evaluating company performance. You cannot make decisions unless you understand how the money flows.
The Financial Decision Making module will provide you with an understanding of balance sheets, income statements, cash flow statements and other financial disclosures, and how this information relates to key variables in management decisions.
The Financial Decision Making program is designed to enhance your performance through improved financial capabilities.
The program is designed for experienced managers and business leaders who need to understand and interpret financial information in order to manage across functions in a global context.
It is also relevant for experts and specialists who aspire to build competencies and confidence in making strategic decisions.
Contents and Schedule
Pre-module period of 2–3 weeks
Intensive face-to-face session with instructor and peers
Financial Decision Making, January 28–30, 2019
The module will provide you with an understanding of financial statements and how that information relates to key variables in management decisions. The highly topical module draws from current global economic examples.
The Financial Decision Making module will
- provide you with an understanding of balance sheets, income statements, cash flow statements and other financial disclosure and how this information relates to key variables of management decisions
- teach you international financial reporting (IFRS) requirements.
Instructor: Dr. Khaled Soufani, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
The fee for the Financial Decision Making module is € 3,590 (+ VAT).
The fee for the Global Leader program (6 modules) is € 13,800 (+ VAT).
The program fee includes learning materials, lunches and coffee breaks during the program days.
Please note that the program fee does not include travel expenses or accommodation. VAT is applicable to private persons and Finnish companies.
Register for the Financial Decision Making latest four weeks before the module starts.