Budgeting and forecasting
Executives are faced with ever-increasing challenges. Global competition, overcapacity, downsizing, and changing
business environments have placed enormous demands on managers, calling for greater management skills. Today’s
executives wear multiple hats and need multiple skills. Even highly innovative and creative managers with excellent
people skills must report and understand financial terms and concepts.
This course will provide the delegates with a basic understanding of how to prepare a financial plan or
budgeted financial statements. It will cover best practices in budgeting and the problems associated with
budgeting and how to solve them. It will also enhance your ability to prepare, interpret and use financial
information in your managerial decision-making. It has been designed to transform the non-financial and
finance manager into a more effective team member who can propose, analyze and evaluate financially;
planning and forecasting decisions. It does so by providing a fundamental understanding of the content,
concepts, software models and terminology of financial planning and forecasting. These are reinforced with
multiple questions and answers, discussions, group breakout sessions; excel template presentations, videos
, and exercises.