Making Correct Strategic Business Decisions

This program allows all business individuals to learn and understand the key elements of making proper business decisions, And the presentation will cover a proper definition of the key objectives of the business that the participants wish to accomplish.

Dr. Bart Basi
Instructor:
Dr. Bart Basi
Date:
Friday, August 16, 2019
Time:
10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT
Duration:
60 Minutes

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$150 Live
$290 Corporate Live
$190 Recorded
$390 Corporate Recorded
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Overview:

Presentation will begin with an understanding of the relationship between an investment (balance sheet) and the operating financial statement (profit and Loss). This concept is then followed up with a presentation of the key elements relating to all business decisions.

The presentation will cover a proper definition of the key objectives of the business that the participants wish to accomplish. Usually this involves not just making money, but expansion of the business, knowing the customers as well as the competitors in the industry, and providing both products and services that the customer base wants and needs (sometime the company will actually create the need for the customer base.) Thus the presentation will cover not just the funds aspects of any decisions, but the inventory and physical constraints required to meet the objectives.

In addition, the manpower as well as a determination of the upside and the downside of all business decisions will be presented and discussed in real terms so there is no misunderstanding on the part of the participants as to the elements and procedures necessary for them to understand in order to make proper business decisions.

Examples of both good decisions and bad decisions made by actual companies will be used throughout the presentation so as to allow the participants actual, real life examples of what to consider and what they should not consider.

Why should you Attend: All business people should fully understand the key elements in order to make proper business decisions, no matter what type of business they are involved in operating. Most people may be very good at understanding the aspects of their business operations - but do not understand the underlying elements necessary to make proper business decisions that affect the long-term objectives of the business.

This program allows all business individuals to learn and understand the key elements of making proper business decisions.

Areas Covered in the Session:

  • Financial aspects of business decisions
  • Inventory considerations, together with physical needs
  • Employee and management factors
  • Determination of competitor's strengths and weaknesses
  • How to determine the true objectives of the business
  • A determination of the likeliness of successful decisions
  • Finally, use of actual business decisions (good and bad) will be presented

Who Will Benefit:
  • All business individuals that are involved and/or affected by business decisions revolving around the forward movement and growth of the business would benefit with the program
  • This involves personal involved in Purchasing, Inventory Management, Employment Matters, Financing aspects of the Business, and Individuals Responsible for Marketing and Sales
  • At any level, the ability to understand the contents of the program, will result in a better understanding of the business decision process


Speaker Profile
Dr.Bart Basi has expertise in the areas of financial accounting, business succession, business valuation, mergers and acquisitions, retirement and estate planning, strategic planning, and tax aspects of business decisions for closely held and family businesses. He speaks nationwide, writes, and researches on all of these areas. He has written five loose-leaf bound books, fourteen workbooks, over 300 articles, and has worked with hundreds of businesses and associations. Journals that have published Dr. Basi’s work include "Money Matters," "The American Journal of Small Business," "The Journal of Family Law," "The Journal of Estate Planning," "The Tax Lawyer," "Small Business Taxation," "Taxation for Individuals," "Taxation for Accountants," "Taxation for Lawyers," "The CPA Journal," and "The Tax Executive".

Dr. Basi is the author of "The Tax Report," a bi-monthly report on income and estate tax matters for closely-held businesses, "Accounting and Taxes," a monthly column distributed to individuals and trade journals, and the "Tax Advisory," a monthly tax advisory for closely-held and family businesses.




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