Controller's Update: Today's Latest Trends

Thursday, October 21 7:30am - 11:00am

(Check-In 7:00am)

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Webinar, UT 00000

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4.00 Credits

Member Price $170.00

Non-Member Price $195.00

Overview

Strengthen your abilities as a controller and help your management team understand current economic issues through the latest trends in accounting, finance, human resources, treasury management, and business systems. In this course you will discuss leading-edge topics in managerial accounting and finance in a session that is packed with useful tips and practical guidance that you can
apply immediately.

Highlights

• Economic and Human Resource trends
• Driving employee engagement and the employee value proposition
• Best practices to manage working capital
• Leading-edge financial management tools and techniques
• New issues in treasury management and controllership
• Big Data
• Predictive analytics
• Current trends in information systems and technology
• Current trends in leading and developing staff to increase productivity and profitability

Prerequisites

Management experience in accounting, finance, or operations

Designed For

CFOs, controllers, and other financial managers

Objectives

• Identify economic indicators that can assist in charting your organization’s course.
• Identify current issues that impact the financial stability of your organization.
• Distinguish major trends in accounting, corporate finance, human resources, treasury management, and business systems.
• Determine the link between big data and predictive analytics. Use new tools for business planning, forecasting, budgeting, and reporting.
• Recognize the key challenges that concern CEOs.

 

Leader(s):

Leaders

Jay Giannantonio

Jay Giannantonio, MBA, CPA, CIA Jay Giannantonio is a management consultant specializing in internal audit, risk management, process improvement and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance issues. His professional experience includes long stays at Verizon/Bell Atlantic and KPMG Consulting in a professional career that began in 1980. His teaching experience includes time as an adjunct faculty member in the MBA program at Widener University. Jay lives in the Philadelphia area.

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Non-Member Price $195.00

Member Price $170.00

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