The Eight Hour MBA: Key Concepts of Adding Value (Livestream) (LIMG12)

Thursday, April 19, 2018 | 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM (Registration at 8:00 AM) EST |


Peter Margaritis


If you don't have the time to complete an MBA degree but still want to understand the key concepts, then this course is for you. This course is designed for managers, professionals, and business owners who want to develop a broad perspective to deal more effectively in today's rapidly changing and increasingly complex business environment. Learn the key elements and components of a traditional MBA while looking strategically at an organization from a holistic perspective to improve business planning and decision-making, You will also learn to recognize how different business processes drive results as well as identify the effective use of key performance indicators to motivate, measure, evaluate, and improve results.


  • Identify legal issues with corporate management, employee manuals, intellectual property and contracts
  • Identify components of a contract
  • Recognize ways to protect intellectual Properties
  • Identify the impact of a disaster
  • Recognize important assets
  • Avoid a disaster increase from fear
  • Define the purpose and use of a fraud risk assessment
  • Determine where the greatest opportunity of committing fraud is in an organization
  • Identify the key components in a financial statement analysis
  • Identify the components in a ration analysis
  • Identify methods for predicting cash flow
  • Recognize techniques that will lead to greater confidence in any negotiation situation
  • Identify when to use the anchor effect in negotiating
  • Identify the two types of negotiations
  • Identify the seven skills of negotiation
  • Identify how to keep the negotiation positive


Standard Registration: $334 SCACPA Members, $434 Non-Members
Firm Discount: ($15)
Reciprocal Discount: ($100)
Bundle and Save Discount: ($20)

Major Topics

The Eight Hour MBA - Addinig Value contains the following modules:

  • Basics of Business Law - Corporate Management; Employee Handbook; Intellectual Property; Contract Law; Contract Components
  • Best Practices for Better Budgeting and Planning - Corporate Management; Employee Handbook; Intellectual Property; Contract Law; Contract Components
  • Faster Disaster Recovery - Common Disasters; Uncommon Disasters; Preparing for a Disaster; Disaster Recovery
  • Ferreting Out Fraud - Fraud Triangle; Fraud Risk Factors; Warning Signs of Fraud; Fraud Prevention
  • Insightful Financial Analysis - The financial analysis process; Corporate overview; Industry analysis; Business strategy; Ratio analysis; Cash sufficiency; DuPont analysis; Horizontal and vertical analysis; Continuity plan
  • Nuances of Negotiating - Using your network; Drafting a battle plan; Setting expectations; Closing the gap; Using "Yes and"
  • Don't give in


    Course Code:

    8.00 Bus. Mgmt & Organization

    Field of Study:
    Accounting & Audit

    Business Learning Institute

    Course Type:
    Live Stream



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