Accounting is the act of quantifying and classifying information about a business in terms of money. The information that is produced through accounting can be communicated to internal and external stakeholders, and then used to make business and financial decisions. For most executives, a basic knowledge of accounting principles is necessary in order to effectively make financial decisions. For finance-oriented mangers (such as chief financial officers), an advanced knowledge of accounting is essential.
Business Schools Enjoy Resurgent Demand for Executive Education
By Seb Murray on Jun 21, 2022
The pandemic dented revenues but there are signs of resurgent demand for training on an expanding array of topics and in new modalities