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Consuming over $2 trillion annually, healthcare is now the US’s largest industry. It is also an industry in transformation – new automation technologies, and a rapid shift to evidence-based medicine are dramatically increasing the risks and burden of accounting, financial tracking and justification of costs and benefits. At the same time, there are new opportunities for healthcare administrators, while new legal obligations and risks are arising under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. This course will tell you how to take advantage of the opportunities offered through this Act. Many of the demands ...
Ranking placed NUS Business School 5th in the Asia-Pacific and 35th in the world, while QS Global 200 Business Schools 2009: The Employers’ Choice Survey listed NUS Business School as the third most preferred business school from which to recruit MBA graduates in the Asia-Pacific. NUS Business School, as it is called today, was established in 2002, although its history dates back to 1961, when Business Administration was first taught as a subject in the then Department of Economics in NUS. 1 NUS Business School is presently located at the Kent Ridge campus, and in 2009, the school will move into the new Mochtar Riady Building. ...
Finance for Non-Financial Managers: Sweeping bank regulation - the ...
Dow Jones Newswires just reported details of the final Congressional legislation on regulation of banks and other financial institutions. This is the bill that will be sent to the President for his signature. Here's the story as summarized by Morningstar this morning: The sweepin g financial overhaul legislation negotiators wrapped up early Friday morning would constitute the biggest o verhaul of U.S. financial regulations since the 1930s. The legislation, broadly, is designed to close the regulatory gaps and end the speculative trading practices that contributed to the 2008 financial market crisis. Major components of ... market research, surveys and trends
Understanding Finance For Non-Financial Managers
Managers are often involved in six sigma , lean manufacturing, and other initiatives which require financial analysis. Managers do not need to know every aspect of finance nor do they need accounting expertise. However, managers do need basic finance training to understand the implications on the organization of major money decisions. Managers need to be able to read and understand a profit and loss statement. They need to be able to determine the impact of capital expenses, major expenses, labor increases or decreases, maintenance expenses, and every other expense. A manager should know how to read and understand a balance ... market research, surveys and trends


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Equipment distribution executives must focus on making money - and holding onto it. Unknown variables can cloud that focus - variables such as fragile market demand in all sectors, credit availability, political election outcomes, numerous regulatory and legal compliance issues, as well as a host of trends and volatilities that bombard the dealer-manufacturer partnership. Start Us Up USA! Launches Infrastructure Campaign Pledge : AED and the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) launched an unprecedented effort to get U.S. House and Senate candidates from across the country to commit to making surface transportation ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Financial Intelligence for IT Professionals : Excerpts From the Book
The original edition of this book was written for non-financial managers of every stripe, engineers and marketers and operations people alike. This edition has been developed specifically for information technology professionals. It is for the senior IT executive who has not yet picked up the financial skills he or she needs to become an effective advocate, leader, and business partner. It is also for junior and midlevel people on their way to positions of greater responsibility—the IT leaders of the future. Given that focus, we should begin with an observation that we think many—perhaps not ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Regulators Begin Process of Labeling the 'Systemically Important'
Dow Jones Reprints: This copy is for your personal, non-commercial use only. To order presentation-ready copies for distribution to your colleagues, clients or customers, use the Order Reprints tool at the bottom of any article or visit BUSINESS AUGUST 20, 2010, 3:13 P.M. ET WASHINGTON—The Dodd-Frank financial-regulation bill was sold as a way to prevent giant, octopus-like financial companies from ravaging the entire financial system if they fail. Now that it is law, regulators must decide which companies will be classified as "systemically important." Observers expect them to move quickly to ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Famed Investor Bill Gross Calls For Massive Taxpayer-Backed Mortgage Refinance ...
The head of the world's biggest bond fund, bemoaning the slow economic recovery, reignited debate Tuesday by publicly supporting a massive new refinance program currently roiling the mortgage bond market by describing it as a form of fiscal stimulus that wouldn't add to the deficit. Bill Gross, who runs Pacific Investment Management Co.'s $239 billion Total Return Fund, said that policymakers "should quickly re-engineer" a plan that would refinance all non-delinquent mortgages backed by the federal government. The rate on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged a record-low 4.44 percent in the week ending ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Finance for Non-Financial Managers
Finance for Non-Financial Managers, Recent Participants, page 2. Continued. Computype Inc. Director, Sales & Customer Service. ConAgra ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Course #2: Finance and Accounting for the Non-Financial Manager. Course #3: choose one of the following electives: • Human Resource Management ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Finance and Accounting for the Non-Financial Manager – Executive ...
Knowing how to read financial statements will be invaluable throughout your career, in analyzing business opportunities, assessing financial risks, and communicating your ideas to others. Finance and Accounting for the Non-Financial Manager teaches how financial data is generated and reported, as well as how it is used for decision making, analysis, and valuation. The course begins by describing the accounting process, the creation of financial statements, the role of the auditor, and the basics of income tax. It examines specific accounting methods and demonstrates how these choices affect earnings. Once you gain an ability to ...
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Can you recommend a good book and/or crash course in Finance for ...
Can you recommend a good book and/or crash course in Finance for Non-Financial Managers? Duration: 3-10 days; Language: English or German; Location: in Europe; Topics: cash flow, profit statements, balance sheets budgeting, capital investment appraisal, etc. posted 9 months ago in Professional Books and Resources | Closed Share This I'm sorry I don't know one. Maybe I should write one myself Jeremy posted 9 months ago Research Analyst | CI Specialist | Healthcare Marketer | Fitness & Science Blogger | Author | Adventurist see all my answers Just about any Finance 101 textbook should be adequate for getting a handle of ...
Google Answers: Finance for non-financial managers
Dear johnnyfinance-ga, Here are some definitions for diluted shares. The first link has an explanation which is too long to copy here in its entirety. ?A way of characterizing the number of outstanding shares that a publically held company could have. The diluted shares measure is the sum of the company's normally outstanding shares, the shares that would be outstanding if every warrant & stock option were exercised, and the shares that would be outstanding if every security convertible into the stock (e.g., certain preferred shares) were converted. This is sometimes used when ...