The Financial Management Master Class gives you a clear overview of the main concepts in financial management. Our tools, informed by the latest science, help you assess financial documents and make decisions. Here, we focus on applying this knowledge in practice: how do you support your management decisions? And how do you approach discussions with financial colleagues? So you can better fulfill the financial responsibilities of your role.
Program for commercial organizations
Day 1: The basics
What do you want to know about finance, but are afraid to ask? We answer these questions during the first day of the master class. This gives you a solid foundation to build on for days 2 and 3.
Day 2: Financial planning
Day 2 starts with investment selection: how do you assess future investments? This includes attention to the place of the budget in organizations, and what to do if the budget does not line up with reality.
Day 3: Financial accounting, reporting and analysis
On day 3, we turn our attention outwards, to reporting. Learn the different parts that make up annual financial statements, and how to analyze and interpret these figures.
Program for non-profit organizations
Day 1: Introduction to financial management
D On day 1, you learn the basics of financial management. You learn the ins and outs of the financial management cycle, who is responsible for finances and how to manage risks.
Day 2: Management control
Organizations need money, and must also spend money. Day 2 gives you tools to assess costs and investments, and discusses treasury management.
Day 3: Financial accounting
What rules apply to the annual financial statements, and how do you glean the right information from financial reports? Learn everything about financial document analysis on day 3.