Interviews with Joe Knight on Finance
Watch or listen to Keynotes and Interviews with Joe Knight talking about the importance of understanding the numbers.
Finance: What Managers Need to Know
A practical approach to understanding the numbers because some people don’t want to be financial analysts. Know what scores are important and why you need to know them.
Have the accounting scandals of the past few years lessened the Chief Financial Officer’s influence in corporate America?
Revelations about the orgy of corporate greed and fraud in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s have sent shock waves throughout the US economy and around the world. The long-term damage to the most precious commodity in America – trust – is done. But Joe Knight can help us build back that trust by sharing what really happened and how to steer clear of untrustworthy companies.
My partner, Karen Berman, and I wanted to do a YouTube video on the financial crisis and financial bailout.
I think this type of plan is putting decisions back into the hands of the consumer, and this will lead to more prudent utilization, and ultimately help to control the increasing healthcare costs. There are many ways to make these HSA’s more appealing to employers.
Joe Knight joins Jim Blasingame to identify the steps to take to begin and continue the financial education of your B2B sales staff.
Joe Knight joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the advantage of B2B sales people when they know the general financial information of customers, even publicly traded ones, so they can serve them better.
Joe Knight joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the reasons you should train B2B sales people how to understand the financial world of a business.
Joe Knight teaches us how to improve our own financial intelligence, so we can influence within organizations more effectively.
Joe Knight joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how to calculate receivable days and payable days from your financial statements, and explain their relationship to each other.
Joe Knight joins Jim Blasingame to reveal what it looks like when many – but not all – large companies take too much time to pay their small business vendors.
Joe Knight joins Jim Blasingame to expose the management dysfunction that is apparent when a corporation holds on to too much cash, instead of using it to grow the business.
Joe Knight joins Jim Blasingame to reveal another way to determine what your business is worth, including the discounted cash flow method, in addition to the EBITDA approach.
Joe Knight joins Jim Blasingame to reveal two more ways to determine the value of your business, including multiples of revenue and book value.
Joe Knight joins Jim Blasingame to talk about what a business that’s desirable looks like to a buyer, and one of the ways to calculate its value.
Joe Knight joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the direct connection of EBITDA and ROI and why you need to know both in order to make a business investment decision.
Joe Knight talks about the importance of financial literacy for everyone in your company, not just the “finance people”, why and how to consider finance when making large investments and business decisions, the current ratio, and cash flow.
Joe Knight joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how a cash flow projection works and why it is essential for any growing business, especially if you anticipate borrowing growth capital from a bank.
It’s no secret. Financial intelligence in ecommerce is a prerequisite for success. The question, though, is are you a pro or an amateur? And how do you know? This is an episode for both the seasoned pro and the amateur.
Our guest in the upcoming segment will be Joe Knight, co-author with Karen Berman of Financial Intelligence: A Manager’s Guide To Knowing What The Numbers Really Mean, and this is a book that goes into an area that a lot of financial books don’t go into. It talks about the foundation of that numbers that are behind investing.
A little insight from Joe Knight about how corporations wind up in the headlines with financial scandals and corruption, all because they’ve cooked the books. How does that start? How does it end? Why does it happen? You’re going to be fascinated with his answers.
The extraordinary books entitled Financial Intelligence For HR Professionals and Financial Intelligence for IT Professional are focused on what’s important for them. HR looks at soft costs, labor, benefits, & training so they can use the financial knowledge & tools to get their job done. IT looks at ROI on systems, study upgrades & software changes. These books make the information more applicable for each professional.
Are we ready for a little finance? I noticed that this morning it looked really nice but as the day progressed, I realized that it’s a great day to be talking about finance and accounting, and I’m excited to be able to be here and to share that with you. To get started I’d like to introduce myself and tell you a little bit about my history with The Great Game of Business.
“Thought Leaders: Karen Berman on ‘Financial Intelligence—Knowing What the Numbers Really Mean,’” by Karen Elmhirst [PDF] Elmhirst interviews author Karen Berman: “By understanding the numbers, people at all levels can make better decisions…” (from HR.com)
“Business Literacy Ensuring Your Employees Really Understand the Business and How They Make an Impact” an interview with Dr. Karen Berman [PDF] In today’s business environment, employees must do more than “just their job.” They must understand the business environment, how business decisions are made, and how they impact the financial and operational results of the business. (from fed.org)