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Richard A. Lambert – Financial Literacy for Managers: Finance and Accounting for Better Decision-Making

Richard A. Lambert – Financial Literacy for Managers
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The language of business. In order to understand how your business is performing right now and to evaluate, assess, and devise new strategies to boost future performance, you need information. Financial statements are a critical source of the information you need. In direct and simple terms, Richard A. Lambert, Miller-Sherrerd Professor of Accounting at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, demystifies financial statements and concepts and shows you how you can apply this information to make better business decisions for long-term profit.

You will learn to use and interpret financial data; find out what we can learn from Pepsi, Krispy Kreme, General Motors, and other companies; learn how to evaluate investment strategies; and apply your financial know-how to develop a coherent business strategy.

Gildan Media is proud to bring you another Wharton Digital Press Audiobook. These notable audiobooks contain the essential tools that can be applied to every facet of your career.


Audible Audio Edition
Listening Length: 5 hours and 25 minutes
Program Type: Audiobook
Version: Unabridged
Publisher: Gildan Media, LLC Release Date: November 26, 2013
Language: English


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