Program Series Finance for Non-Financial Managers
Finance for Non-Financial Managers
Government executives and managers operate in a complex financial environment. As custodians of public funds, executives must be prudent financial stewards and ensure the value of government operations to U.S. taxpayers. Accordingly, executives confront a variety of issues, including ensuring that funds are used consistently with their appropriations, developing a business case for outsourcing and other policy decisions, and developing performance and accountability reports.
This course introduces financial tools and frameworks for making decisions in the context of public organizations. It will help you identify resources and means to control, allocate, and prioritize funding for programs and organizational units. It also will assist you in utilizing cost-benefit analysis, ROI and other tools for prioritizing projects and maximizing the use of limited resources. You will gain confidence and competence to maintain the financial health of your organization.