Dates & Fees
April 26-27, 2018
Program fee includes program materials, lunch, and break station refreshments.
Regardless of your job function, knowledge of the fundamentals of finance is critical. This program bridges the gap between functional business knowledge and practical financial information. By connecting your company strategy to its financial implications, you increase the value of your organization and become a more effective business leader. This hands-on program presents and explains data in practical, real-world terms, giving you the functional financial knowledge needed to create better solutions to company challenges, improve interdepartmental communication, take on more strategic responsibility, and create new opportunities for your organization.
Become more familiar with reading and understanding financial reports and data, including balance sheets, income statements, and cash flow statements.
Assess the profitability and costs of projects, products, innovations, and initiatives to make better investment decisions for your organization.
Use your financial knowledge to improve planning, budgeting, and valuation.
Understand financial language and communicate with financial colleagues to gain insight into your organization’s performance.
The program is led by Victoria Sassine, adjunct lecturer in Babson’s Finance Division and Virginia Soybel, Senior Lecturer in Babson’s Accounting & Law division.