Harvard Publishing's Best Selling Financial Intelligence Book
“On any given subject, it’s safe to say that most people don’t know what they’re talking about. That goes double for finance and accounting.” Accounting Today
Financial Intelligence: A Manager's Guide to Knowing What the Numbers Really Mean
Financial Intelligence was written because the authors could not find a book they felt good about recommending to their Fortune 500 training clients. Those books weren’t written the way Business Literacy trains. Based on training tens of thousands of managers and employees at many leading organizations, Financial Intelligence provides readers with a deep understanding of:
- The basics of financial measurement: understanding income statements, balance sheets, cash flow statements, and more
- The art of finance: separating hard data from assumptions and estimates, where the numbers come from
- The mechanics of analysis: calculating ratios, return on investment, and working capital
- Cash and profit: knowing how these terms differ, and why cash is suddenly the “hot” number in corporate boardrooms and on Wall Street
- Financial literacy and transparency: recognizing how they can boost performance
Financial Intelligence is accessible, jargon-free, and filled with entertaining stories from real companies. It will help non-financial managers add substantially more to their companies’ – and their own – success. If you have ever wanted to “talk numbers” confidently with your colleagues, this is the book for you.
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Financial Intelligence Comic Book
The Harvard best-seller has been transformed into a graphic novel published by SmarterComics.
Want to know what accounting numbers really mean without flatlining your pulse? Ditch the dry numbers and allow the authors, through the story of Tom’s bike shop, to give you easy-to-understand pointers on assets, liabilities, income statements and other finance and accounting tools of the trade. Whether your business is a sole proprietorship or a 5,000 employee corporation, these vividly illustrated financial concepts and tools will keep you in the black without making you see red.
Follow this link for an excerpt of the comic book Financial Intelligence