Fundamentals of Financial Management for Professionals: This workshop explains the time value of money applications and financial statement analysis for professionals. (One 4 hour session)
Capital Budgeting Techniques: An examination of project analysis for decision making that includes net present value, internal rate of return, and modified internal rate of return. (One 4 hour session for individuals who have taken Fundamentals of Financial Management)
Real Options: A class designed for individuals with a background in capital budgeting that covers real option terminology, valuation techniques, and application to decision making. (One 4 hour session)
Securities Valuation: An exploration of the basics of stock and bond evaluation for individuals who have had a class in the fundamentals of financial management. (One 4 hour session)
Portfolio Management: The workshop focuses upon the principles of diversification and asset allocation. (One 4 hour session for individuals who have taken a class in securities valuation)
Options and Futures: A class on the operation of the options and future markets, the valuation of derivative securities, and hedging applications for business and securities investors. (One 4 hour session for individuals who have had a class or background in securities valuation)
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In five immersive days, the Strategic Financial Leadership Program (SFLP) takes you beyond the numbers. You will leave Tuck with the framework and tools to link strategy, leadership, and financial decision making to long-term value creation for your organization. Not only will you be able to ensure that finance flows from, informs, and fits strategy, but you will be a trusted strategic partner who can help formulate and lead strategies. click here. Participant Profile: senior financial executives and their high potential financial staff
Dates: April 27- May 2, 2014
Location: Tuck School of Business on the Dartmouth College campus in Hanover, New Hampshire
Cost: $11,500 (includes tuition, all program materials, leadership assessments, most meals and accommodations on the Dartmouth College campus).
Contact: Valerie Davio (603) 646-2839
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Finance for the Nonfinancial Manager
Finance for the Nonfinancial Manager is a two-day course that helps participants learn basic financial principles and apply them in a real-world context. The first day is devoted to understanding financial statements and analysis; the second day focuses on the links between strategy and finance. This experiential program relies upon the use of Microsoft Excel; participants are assumed to have a working knowledge of this software. For more information, click here.
Dates: March 11-12, 2014 / August 19-20, 2014
As organizations grow and change with the times, so must managers and leaders. The Management Development Program develops individuals to lead within the complex enterprise. This program broadens perspective, focusing on the interplay between business functions, and it provides participants with a well-rounded set of tactical skills that are immediately applicable to their jobs. For more information, click here.
Dates: August 5-6, 2014
Demystifying Finance – Balance Sheet Basics for Non-Financial Managers
All executives and managers today need to have a basic grounding in finance. As the recent financial crisis underscored, financial decisions, reporting, and results can affect an entire organization and its condition, performance, people, and future. The program will give non-financial managers a crash course – or refresher – in the basics of finance, accounting, budgeting, and financial analysis. For more information, click here.
Program Dates: June 2-4, 2014
Location: Georgetown University campus Program Tuition: $4,250
Contact Number: 202.687.4065
Innovating Sales – Strategic Management and Leadership Development
In today’s competitive market, the ability to help your sales organization evolve to address the rapidly changing buying environment will separate the winners from the losers. The shift to insight-driven selling has implications for the entire sales organization, from individual reps to managers, all the way up to chief sales officer. Corporate Executive Board (CEB) and Georgetown McDonough Executive Education have joined forces to deliver a powerful and dynamic four-day executive course in successful sales strategy and leadership. For more information, click here.
Program Dates: July 14-17, 2014 Location: Georgetown University campus Program Tuition: $5,800
Marketing expertise is not just for marketing experts. Every executive and manger involved in advancing an idea, product, service, process, or policy before it goes to market needs a basic understanding of the target market, the competition, the customer, and the client. Professionals of all disciplines who understand marketing essentials can instill the rigor and discipline of “what works” into their organization’s processes and decision-making, engage more effectively with marketing experts, mitigate market risk, and ensure the return on investment and capital their organizations are seeking. For more information, click here.
Program Dates: TBA Location: Georgetown University campus Program Tuition: $4,250 USD