This short course seeks to explain the link between an organisation’s budget and its strategic plan, advise managers of the overall organisational goal, project organisational and department-specific volumes, recognise the relationship between volume, revenue and expenses, and set organisational and department-specific budgetary goals using peer benchmarks.
Learning Objectives and Benefits
At the end of this programme, you will be honed with the:
- Knowledge of the common accounting tools companies use for planning and controlling what to do for customer satisfaction and marketplace success.
- Provision of a measure of the financial results a company expects from its planned activities.
- Ability to anticipate potential problems and how to avoid them.
Who should attend
Managers, Executives and Company Directors/Owners without accounting/finance skill or knowledge but keen on translating their strategies into financials
Structure and Curriculum
- Financial Planning and Control
- Budgets and strategic planning and implementation
- Developing an Operating Budget, Cash Budget, Budgeted Income Statement and the Balance Sheet
- Budget Preparation Case Study
- Budgeting, responsibility accounting and human aspects of budgeting
- Capital Budgeting
- Sensitivity analysis in budgeting
- Cash Budgeting
- Budgeting and IT (1)
- Budgeting and IT (2)
- Interpreting Budget Reports (Variances) – General Session
- Interpreting Budget Reports (Variances) – Work in Teams
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Prof Akintola Owolabi, Kayode Omoregie, Dr A. L. Buhari