Basic business plans emphasize broad strategic goals and traditional financial accounting statements. However, the most effective plans also incorporate technical managerial accounting practices that can guide an organization’s implementation activities at the operational level. This course takes a pragmatic, hands-on approach to walking participants through fifteen specific managerial accounting practices that should be added to any business plan of intermediate level complexity. It emphasizes the application of these practices at the operational level.
Please note – materials for this event will be provided electronically ONLY. Please feel free to bring your own device to view the materials. We recommend that you download them prior to the event date rather than onsite.
Learn to improve a basic level business plan by adding fifteen specific managerial accounting practices that capture the operational complexity of the organization
• Activity Based Costing
• Flexible Budgeting
• Process Flow Analysis
• Ratio Analysis
• Target Profit Analysis
• Total Quality Management
• Triple Bottom Line Accounting
• Variance Analysis
• Volume Equilibrium Analysis
Individuals with supervisory responsibilities over general staff who prepare business planning documents, as well as technical specialists in the field of managerial accounting
Basic level course in Business Planning: A Managerial Accounting Approach