Publisher: Prentice Hall, 2000, 304 pages
Do you understand your company's annual reports and financial statements? Could you use some help in dealing with auditors, taxation, overdrafts and loans? If so, this is the book for you.
Finance is no longer solely the domain of the accountant.
Your ability to understand and use finance is crucial to you success as a manager.
Written for non-financial managers, The Finance Manual for Non-Financial Managers provides the novice with the essential information needed to get started, and the more confident user with the advanced skills necessary to complete their management toolkit.
It is packed with real-life scenarios, worked through examples and self-test exercises, as well as a series of practical checklists to ensure you have everything covered.
Mapped to the Management Charter Initiative (MCI) standards, this finance manual is the most comprehensive guide to the language and practice of finance for the non-financial manager.
Easier than this it will not get and still be useful. You'll have to pry it from my cold, dead hands…