This workshop is based on the concept that any business is essentially an integrated system of cash flows driven by management decisions. All analytical tools and related financial/economic concepts are dissected within this context, which reflects the three basic types of decisions made continuously by the management of any ongoing business: investment, operating, and financing.
It will focus on the most important attribute of a successful, value creating company which is its deliberate emphasis on managing the company and its parts as a total system by ensuring there is coherence and positive, economic reinforcement reaching across all operational, investment and financing activities.
Financial Managers will learn specific techniques for ensuring integration of corporate purpose, strategies, policies, activities and decision-making.
This three-day workshop is intended to introduce management and auditors to the risks and techniques appropriate to conducting a project audit as well as assist project managers in preparing for the audit. The question is not IF but WHEN.
The seminar will cover:
This workshop is designed for delegates who are seeking to improve their technical skills in the areas of project control and finance.