This course is one part of a four-part series for CFOs. This four-topic event will review some overlooked tactics to increase profitability and improve cash management.
PURCHASE SERIES – by purchasing the entire series, you save 10% off the cost of purchasing each seminar individually!
Instructor – Tracy Cooper, CPA
Tracy Cooper, CPA is a specialist in accounting technology solutions and business process improvement. She is based out of Little Rock, Arkansas. She established her consulting firm in 2006 to serve small and mid-size businesses in resolving their accounting, technology, business process, and reporting challenges. She started her career with Price Waterhouse, and eventually moved to the Telecom sector, where she spent 12 years with ALLTEL, holding senior positions in Credit Collections and Fraud, and Business Processes. Tracy’s ability to communicate at both the strategic and tactical levels has given her the privilege of leading training with individuals and groups of all sizes throughout her career, both in the US and abroad. Tracy graduated from The University of Texas San Antonio summa cum laude. She is an avid sports fan, who enjoys cooking, days at the lake and has recently taken up learning to fly. With two grown children, she and her husband hope to soon resume their traveling ways.
To learn ways to better manage your cash and how to improve your organization’s profitability
Major topics include:
Cash management: Strategies for long-term success
- Businesses depend on adequate capital and cash flow. While someone else may handle day-to-day cash management procedures, the CFO must take the lead in strategic cash management decisions. When a company goes into a growth mode, boards often replace those who can’t manage cash strategically. This webinar will help you to function at the highest level. We will review strategies on how to plan for your cash needs appropriately. Cash does not manage itself!
Cash management: Day-to-day best practices
- You may not currently manage cash, but cash management skills are likely to affect your future advancement. Poor liquidity can kill organizations or strong liquidity can enable growth. Your skill in managing cash can make you indispensable. This session will discuss cash flow as it relates to receivables, payables, debt, equity, profitability, growth and risk.
Profit improvement: 10 tips for a better bottom line
- When a company experiences poor financial performance, the financial person is often the first to go. Whether times are good or bad, asking the tough questions and making sure the organization is efficient and stays efficient are part of the financial manager’s job. Proactive efforts by financial management can prevent the need to “catch up.” This session provides 10 techniques for improving your company’s bottom line.
Doing more with less
- Do you have too much to do and not enough time to do it? Running efficient accounting and finance functions is not rocket science, but it does require that you get the simple things right. This session covers issues that you may not have thought about that can deeply affect your financial department’s operations.
Maryland Association of CPAs
Professional Area of Focus
CPE Field of Study
Business Management & Organization
Who Should Attend
Financial leaders, regardless of title, who are, or aspire to be, chief financial officers in medium-sized organizations; We target the discussions to people in medium-sized organizations.
Six months of industry or public experience; Thorough knowledge of financial accounting principles and practices; Management experience is helpful