Total Credits: 8 including 1 Accounting, 3 Business Management & Organization, 1 Communications and Marketing, 2 Finance , 1 Marketing , 1 Specialized Knowledge
Seven speakers, seven compelling topics. Presentations include: financial modeling in a high growth environment; approaches to managing rising healthcare insurance costs; maximizing value when selecting technology; changes in financial reporting standards; and using enterprise risk management frameworks in corporate transformation.
Eight hours continuing professional education credit for CPAs.
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*Envision financial forecasts that unlock benefit for you and your company
*Implement revised revenue recognition standards at your enterprise
*Apply financial forecasting techniques for sustainable growth
*Adapt goals for accelerating growth in your industry
*Prepare for situations requiring skills in negotiations
*Design internal controls to mitigate enterprise risk
*Evaluate a captive insurance program for your company
*Calculate the cost of acquiring new technology
*Financial Forecasting: How CFOs Turn Historical Numbers into Insight and Action, Philip Campbell, CPA
*The CFO and Accelerating Growth: Leadership at TopGolf, William Davenport, TopGolf
*Revenue Recognition Standards, Tripp Smitham and Matt White, Ernst & Young LLP
*Negotiation Skills, Bob Greer, Neeley School of Business, TCU
*Enterprise Risk Management During Transformation, Bill Hannah, Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP
*Use of Captive Insurance Programs to Contain Insurance Costs, Carolyn Sams, Champion Insurance
*Maximize the Benefit of IT Investments, Gary Tonniges, TriQuest Technologies, Inc.
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