Fundamentals of Finance for the Technical Executive


This course will be offered live online, "in real time", via Zoom. Please view the "Live Online" tab to see additional information.

This program is designed to provide senior technical managers with the financial concepts, strategies, and tools needed to deal more effectively with corporate financial management. Course curriculum focuses on basic financial principles for project evaluation, funding, and resource allocation, helping leaders to work more effectively with financial decision makers and apply the principles of finance to short-term and long-range goals.

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Fundamentals of Finance for the Technical Executive
Certificate Track: Management and Leadership
Location: Live Online
Tuition: $3,900
Program Days (for ACE Credit) 2

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Today's technical executive must be able to use finance to persuade corporate financial officers to fund projects as well as use financial tools to address senior management's concerns about risk. Focused on basic principles of accounting and financial decision making for managers, this program will help transform a technical manager’s ability to manage and advocate for both day-to-day and long-term activities. 


Participant Testimonial

"This was an excellent investment! As an Account Executive, I often work within complex sales cycles that involve a lot of financial scrutiny. The course gave me a perspective from the other side of the table. I now have a better understanding of common challenges as well as the language spoken by the financial teams." -Bradley M.

What’s it worth? Understanding the value of a loose tooth, a stuffed eagle, and Whole Foods

"In the financial world, something is worth what people are willing to pay for it—fair market value. But the way you base forward-looking decisions for running a business is tied to neither fair market or historical accounting basis. Value is central to finance, but there isn’t a single definition of it. So, it’s not a fight of which is right—each is just used in a different way.” - Paul Mende