If you can speak the language of money, you'll be more successful
If you are not a numbers person, finance is daunting. But having a good grasp of terms like EBITDA and net present value are important no matter where you sit in the organisation. Even if you don't need to know a lot about finance to do your day-to-day job, the more conversant you are on the subject, the better off you'll be.
We have selected the following short online courses to enhance your business skills. Courses range from 1-14hrs. You can select one or more short courses or buy a pre-packaged bundle. Our top seller is Understanding financial information for the non-finance manager (14hrs).
Did you know that essentially the key reason for business failure is running out of cash; if a business no longer has cash, it doesn't matter what else is going on, the business can't and won't survive. Having adequate cash flow is essential to keep a business running. When cash runs out, the company runs the risk of not being able to meet current obligations such as payroll, suppliers and loan repayments. Yet despite this the majority of failed businesses mislead themselves that profitability is the key indicator of success and take their eye off cash flow. This course will introduce you to the significance, meaning and differences between profit and cash flow and provide you with an insight into how to understand both when looking at a set of accounts.
On completion of this course you will:
Authored by: Neeta Major