About the InstituteCalendar for 2012SpeakersSchool of ControllingBank controllingControlling in non-profit organizationsAccounting for non-accountantsAccounting for non-accountants (2nd part)Accounting for non-accountants (1st part)
ReportingSchool of Business IntelligenceAdvanced programsBI or not BI ConferenceControlling conferenceParticipants statementsContact
There are many jobs and professions that require knowledge of at least the basics of accounting. This is particularly true for managerial jobs, which are often occupied by persons with technical backgrounds and who are expected to know how to read financial statements. Finally, members of the management with a signature guarantee the accuracy of publicly reported financial statements.
A knowledge of accounting is expected from controllers. And not only expected! We can not imagine competent controller without accounting knowledge. Controlling is not accounting, it is true, of course! Accounting deals with the past, controlling is directed towards the future. But if we do not recognize the causes of our poor performance record will be difficult to conclude and properly plan a better future. And if we do not know why our results are good, we'll soon be going off the right way. Identification, guidance, counseling - these are the tasks of controlling and controller.
Seminars and workshops allows you to upgrade the necessary skills and enables you to appeare more confident and decisive in the company. We invited speakers who are experts in accounting and the preparation of annual reports.