MBAexpress: Key Concepts of Adding Value – V 2.0 | BUNDLE (6 COURSES)
This course provides an overview of the key elements of a traditional MBA to help you improve your business planning techniques and add value to your firm.
NASBA Field of Study
Peter Margaritis, Jennifer H. Elder
MBAexpress provides essential business savvy over the course of 6 1-hour online learning modules.
Basics of Business Law – V 2.0: This course will focus on three areas accountants should be aware of – contracts, intellectual property and employment law.
Better Budgeting and Forecasting – V 2.0 Discover 21 tips to change your budgeting process that results in a detailed one year budget, to a planning process resulting in a strategic, progressive and long-term achievement of your goals.
Faster Disaster Recovery – V 2.0: We often think about hurricanes and tornadoes as disasters but have you thought about the impact of new technology, a product recall, or even fraud? Could your business survive 6 weeks without power?
Insightful Financial Analysis – V 2.0: There are a number of reasons why you would conduct a financial analysis, from investment decisions to career management. It’s a valuable tool used to tell a comprehensive “story”.
Nuances of Negotiating – V 2.0: The art of negotiating with your customers, clients, business partners, and colleagues is a vital skill set for the business professional.
Preventing and Detecting Fraud – V 2.0: Fraud costs US companies $400 billion annually. Do you know where the fraud is in your organization? Don’t let your company continue to be a victim.
This course has been developed by the Business Learning Institute. The Business Learning Institute, Inc. is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be addressed to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, 150 Fourth Avenue North, Suite 700, Nashville, TN, 37219-2417. Web site: www.nasba.org.
- CPAs, corporate finance teams, business leaders and other financial professionals.
- Employee Handbook
- Intellectual Property
- Contract Law
- Contract Components
- Budgeting and planning best practices
- SWOT analysis
- The 80/20 rule
- Common budget problems
- Rolling forecasts
- The effects of bad data
- Common Disasters
- Preparing for a Disaster
- Disaster recovery steps
- Ranking disaster threats
- Disaster planning team
- Fraud Triangle
- Fraud Risk Factors
- Warning Signs of Fraud
- Fraud Prevention
- The financial analysis process
- Corporate overview
- Industry analysis
- Business strategy
- Ratio analysis
- Cash sufficiency
- DuPont analysis
- Horizontal and vertical analysis
- Continuity plan
- Types of negotiations
- Setting expectations
- Using “Yes and”
- Listening bias
- Don’t give up
- Going big
- Using your network
- This course will prepare you to:
- Identify legal issues with corporate management, employee manuals, intellectual property and contracts
- Identify components of a contract
- Recognize ways to protect intellectual Properties
- Recognize key differences between planning and budgeting
- Identify best practices to use in your planning process
- Define key elements of rolling forecasts
- Identify the impact of a disaster on a business
- List important assets to protect and how to protect them
- Identify how to rank disasters by their potential risks
- Define the fraud triangle
- Define the purpose and use of a fraud risk assessment
- Determine where the greatest opportunity of committing fraud is in an organization
- Identify the key components in a financial analysis
- Identify the components in a ration analysis
- Identify methods for predicting cash flow
- Define what negotiating is
- Identify the 6 skills of negotiation
- Identify 7 steps to negotiation success
- Identify 10 Steps for common goal negotiation
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