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In today's world of increasing competition and focus on corporate earnings, project and contract managers are held accountable not just for achieving technical and schedule goals, but also for meeting profitability and other financial goals. This course explores the financial metrics that are commonly used and examines the not-so-obvious financial impact of typical operating decisions and actions. Building on competencies developed in the core management curriculum, you'll examine the inner mechanics of how finance and accounting can impact your project.
You'll learn about common financial analysis tools in the project environment that link project management to broader corporate strategic goals. Case studies and projectrelated exercises give you the opportunity to apply these proven tools and techniques. You'll see how finance often drives organizational decisions and evaluations of project performance. You'll also learn how operating decisions regarding pricing, terms and conditions, and asset management directly and significantly affect the financial health of your organization.
This three-day course is so packed full of vital topics that many students refer to it as a "mini-MBA experience" and even veteran MBAs have praised it highly. Take advantage of this opportunity to get a firm grasp of the financial management issues that can affect your projects.
Available Formats for Employees and Managers
At our training centre in downtown Toronto, 10.00AM to 5.00PM with one hour lunch break.
$2499 + GST per participant for a three day workshop,
We offer a 10% discount for each additional participant
For Soft Skill Workshops outside the GTA, please contact us at 647-271-3330 or e-mail your request to email@example.com for pricing giving information like number of participants, convenient dates etc.
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