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Controlling for Beginners – Controlling compact

Controlling for Beginners – Controlling compact – S&P Seminar – Produkt-Nr. B02

 

Controlling for Beginners

  • You receive the most important parameters for corporate management
  • What feedback can the Business assessment give about the business development?
  • Check contribution margins and costing surcharges
  • Practical cases on balance sheet and income statement, business assessment and calculation

 

Active control and not just manage. In our information blog you will find tips on what you should look out for in the corporate management with key figures:

  • Tasks in controlling
  • Instruments in Controlling – the most important things at a glance
  • Control companies actively
  • What does a controller deserve?

 

Target Group – Controlling for Beginners – Controlling compact

Managing Directors, authorized signatories and executives
Employees in the areas of technology, production, R & D and sales

 

Your benefit – Controlling for Beginners – Controlling compact

The Business assessment – Not just an instrument for the businessman
Better read and control companies
Cost-covering sales prices and their calculation

 

Your advantage – Controlling for Beginners – Controlling compact

Each participant receives the following S & P products free of charge:

+ the S & P Tool Business Planning and Control

+ Boss report with the most important key figures

+ 20 points check for a meaningful BWA

+ S & P Practice Guide to the Bank Report

+ Checklists to avoid rating traps

 

 

Seminar Price – Controlling for Beginners – Controlling compact

Price: 590, – £ excl. 19% VAT.

Included in the price:
Participants documents as PDF,  3-course meal, coffee, tea, Soft drinks and Snacks in the breaks

 

 

Controlling for Beginners - Controlling compact

 

The Business Assessment – Not just an instrument for the businessman – Controlling for Beginners – Controlling compact

  • Know and interpret the essential components of the Business assessment
  • Correctly map inventories and inventory changes in the Business assessment
  • Keep the company on course with the Business assessment
  • Check contribution margins and costing surcharges using the Business assessment
  • Costing and cost analysis with the Business assessment
  • Business assessment as an impetus for entrepreneurial decisions

 

Better read and control companies – Controlling for Beginners – Controlling compact

  • The three steps of a solid annual planning!
  • P & L: from sales to profit
  • Steering the company with top metrics
  • Does the business model fit? Costs under control? Properly funded?
  • Recognizing strengths, weaknesses and undesirable developments
  • Development of countermeasures and actions

 

Cost-covering sales prices and their calculation

  • Cost accounting as a basis for managing director decisions
  • Cost center accounting with the company accounting sheet
  • Cost accounting: calculation – contribution margin – budgeting
  • Calculation of cost-covering sales prices
  • Handelskalkulation: What is important?
  • Modern cost accounting systems: Activity-Based Costing and Target Costing
  • The participants receive:
  • “S & P Tool Enterprise Costing” as well as
  • “Chief Report with Surcharge and Trade Calculation”

 

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Credit Strategy – Fair Interest at a Glance – Seminar Controlling for Beginners – Controlling compact

Entrepreneurs and medium-sized companies can use the S & P interest rate cockpit to assess the current interest rate trend themselves and to review their own interest rate strategy. A reference rate applicable nationwide – for working capital loans (up to 1 year) and – for investment loans (term 1 – 5 years) is calculated.

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