Studying financial results can tell us what business activities need improvement, but often leaves little insight into how to improve. To improve our organization's bottom line, we must learn ways to increase revenue or decrease cost. This comes from gaining new insights about customers, products and processes. Learn more about how to gather, analyze and interpret non-financial data.
* Gain insights about kinds of data that you should consider analyzing
* Hear why you should consider expanding your analytical toolbox
* "Run the numbers" on non-financial data
* Expand your toolbox outside of MS Excel
* Use your analysis skills to transform your business
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John L. Daly, MBA, CPA, CMA, CPIM, is a Chelsea, Michigan-based management consultant specializing in costing, pricing strategy and pricing model development. He has taught continuing professional education courses since 1995 and began doing ethics seminars two weeks before the Enron scandal. John has been CFO for a Tier 1 automotive parts supplier and a large restaurant chain and COO for a window treatments manufacturer and retailer. He is the author of "Pricing for Profitability", published by Wiley and Sons.
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