Improve Your Organisation's Cash Flow Through Better Management and Forecasting
Cash flow is the life blood of all organisations and corporate accountants have to juggle many balls to ensure their organisation does not fall at the “cash flow fence”.
This webinar will identify practical techniques you can use to aid your cash flow management. Learn the typical errors of cash flow forecasting and identify tools to assist in more realistic forecasting.
- Receive a comprehensive checklist, a PowerPoint presentation template and an invaluable outline of relevant cashflow forecasting software applications for practical reference.
- Learn better practice cash flows techniques (debtor management, inventory management, payment management, impacts on changes of key personnel, managing your bankers)
- Consider the difference between managing short and long term cashflows
- Get the level of detail right using Pareto’s 80/20 rule
- Break cash flow between certain and uncertain cash flows
- Improve your ways to report cash flow forecasts to the banker’s, the board and the senior management team
- Revise key cash ratios that you need to monitor daily
- Discuss the most popular tools used today for cashflow forecasting and design best practice
- Think about the top five lessons when implementing a new cashflow application
- Hear about the positive impact on cashflow, in the manufacturing sector, with the adoption of lean accounting.
Upon satisfactory completion of this webinar you will be able to:
- Identify and apply cash flow techniques that can improve cash flow management
- Compare the most popular tools used today for cash flow forecasting, to discover the best product/s that will support your organisation.
- Prepare an implementation plan for transitioning to a 21st century cash flow management system.
- Use the PowerPoint template to sell better cash flow practices to the executive team
Work with your organisation to maximise cash flow and minimise stress with your bankers.
David Parmenter, author and international presenter, has been helping organisations with their KPis for over twenty years. He is the author of the bestselling book Key Performance Indicators which have been published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. David has worked for Ernst & Young, BP Oil Ltd, Arthur Andersen&Co, and Price Waterhouse and is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.
Topic: Business Mindset, Corporate Finance
Sub-Topic: Business Planning & Analysis, Financial Modelling, Operational Excellence
Format: Recorded Webinar
Proficiency Level: Intermediate
CPD: 1.5 hours