Stage I - Controllers Best Practice
Everything you need to know about accounting, financial reporting and corporate planning.
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    Seminar-Nummer: 9.1 Seminardauer: 5 Tage
    63 Bewertungen

    The increasingly volatile and dynamic nature of the markets is placing growing demands on goal-oriented corporate management, making controlling an indispensable, integral component of every management process. Controllers, who support this process by being partners of management, are especially called upon, particularly in times of change. This means an in-depth knowledge of the main controlling tools and a clear understanding of the controller’s role as business partner are prerequisites for achieving success.

    Your benefits

    • In Stage I – Controllers Best Practice you obtain an overview of the most important components of the controlling system.
    • You receive an introduction to all relevant functions and ­techniques.
    • You gain insight into how the most important controlling tools are structured and interact.
    • The participants learn practical tips how to implement controlling in corporate practice and obtain implementation assistance through numerous group feedback sessions.

    Seminar Content

    I. Controlling as Management Process

    • Integration of setting objectives, planning and navigation
    • What to expect from controllers today
    • Controller as business partner

    II. Concept and Implementation of a Modern Management Accounting

    • „Accounting Panorama“: How to build an integrated accounting system
    • Integration of management and financial accounting
    • Profit and loss account, balance sheet and cash flow statement
    • P&L according to cost summary and cost of sales method
    • Definition of cost of goods sold
    • Differences between German accounting rules, IFRS and US-GAAP
    • Principles of BI architecture
    • Contribution accounting: practical application and visualisation
    • Cost center accounting, product costing and pricing

    III. Corporate Planning, Budgeting, Variance Analysis and Forecasting

    • Integration of strategic and operational planning
    • Application of strategic tools (SWOT, portfolio, potential profile, strategic form)
    • From cost center planning to profit planning
    • Variance analysis and rolling forecast
    • Budgeting and mid-term planning

    IV. Performance Measurement and Management

    • Developing ratios and targets
    • ROI tree for sensitivity analysis and future risk assessment
    • Profit targets and cost of capital
    • Effective reporting and performance measurement

    V. Trends in Controlling

    • Latest development in controller role and organisation
    • Controlling trends: Digitization and Big Data, Green controlling, shared service center controlling, modern budgeting, controller 4.0

     Target groups

    Stage I – Controllers Best Practice is adressed to managers and employees in controlling, financial accounting as well as in cost accounting, corporate planning, management information systems, business administration and development

    This seminar would be also interesting for non financial managers from sales, marketing, production, etc.

    Trainer

    Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Klaus Eiselmayer

    studied Industrial Engineering at the TU Graz University of Technology (Austria) where he also got his PhD. He worked for Technodat (IT), Porsche Salzburg and Magna (car industry), his last job there was head of finance and controlling. He started with CA Akademie AG in 1995 as trainer and became partner in 1997. Since 2012 he is board member and responsible for the trainer team. Dr. Eiselmayer is also board member of the IGC International Group of Controlling and the ICV International Association of Controllers. He specialized in business planning, management and financial accounting, value based management, presentation and moderation skills and teambuilding. He provides training and coaching in German and English language. From 2007-2013 he was editor of the Controller Magazin and board member of the publishing house VCW Verlag für ControllingWissen AG.

    Dipl.-Ing. Dietmar Pascher

    is partner and trainer of CA Akademie AG and responsible manager for its International Program and CAonAir online training. He provides controlling and finance training in German, English, French and Spanish language. He assists companies in putting strategic, operational and financial controlling topics into practise. Furthermore, he is IBCS® certified trainer for better reporting and expert for clear presentations and business partnering. He specialized on project and sales controlling and psychological principles of clear communication and leadership competences for change projects. Dietmar Pascher is industrial engineer for informatics and business administration. First he worked as a sales controller in Frischeis AG, Austrians biggest retailer for furniture industry supplies. Second he joined KNAPP AG in Graz, Austria - world leading supplier for warehouse logistics – working as a project manager and controller for international projects. Before joining CA Controller Akademie he was director of research and development for KNAPP AG.

    Dipl.-Kfm. Danny Szajnowicz

    is partner, trainer and consultant of CA Akademie AG. He studied business economics with focus on International Management and Human Resource Management at the Helmut-Schmidt-University in Hamburg, Germany. In addition he passed a summer course at Arizona State University, USA. Afterwards he gained experience in different management positions in the field of supply chain management before he joined a management consultancy. Danny Szajnowicz was responsible for project management and led numerous project teams in the fields of strategy and organizational development as well as process improvement. He specialized in Operational Excellence, Six Sigma and Lean Management. For CA Akademie he conducts seminars within the five stage program in German and English language. Furthermore he is responsible for the special seminars Lean Management, Production- and SCM-Controlling. Additionally he supports companies in the implementation of projects, moderation of workshops and Inhouse-trainings.

    Kontakt und Beratung

    Martina Wiegand
    Seminar buchen:
    ausgebucht Restplätze verfügbar frei
    Termine auswählen:
  • 1.850 EUR*
     
  • 1.850 EUR*
     
    *) Mittagessen, Pausensnacks und Getränke sind im Seminarpreis enthalten.
    Preise zzgl. gesetzlicher Umsatzsteuer.
    Seminar-Nummer: 9.1
    Seminardauer: 5 Tage
    63 Bewertungen

    Kontakt und Beratung

    Martina Wiegand
    Seminar buchen:
    ausgebucht Restplätze verfügbar frei
    Termine auswählen:
  • 1.850 EUR*
     
  • 1.850 EUR*
     
    *) Mittagessen, Pausensnacks und Getränke sind im Seminarpreis enthalten.
    Preise zzgl. gesetzlicher Umsatzsteuer.

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