The McGraw-Hill 36-Hour Course in Finance for Non-Financial Managers (2020)

The McGraw-Hill 36-Hour Course in Finance for Non-Financial Managers Robert A. Cooke The McGraw Hill Hour Course in Finance for Non Financial Managers Gives you the working knowledge you need to understand what the numbers are really saying without unnecessary backroom accounting terms This book provides information on the essential concepts of fin
  • Title: The McGraw-Hill 36-Hour Course in Finance for Non-Financial Managers
  • Author: Robert A. Cooke
  • ISBN: 9780071425469
  • Page: 325
  • Format: Paperback
The McGraw-Hill 36-Hour Course in Finance for Non-Financial Managers Robert A. Cooke Gives you the working knowledge you need to understand what the numbers are really saying, without unnecessary backroom accounting terms This book provides information on the essential concepts of finance, so that you can ask intelligent questions and understand the answers vital statements and reports and, auditing what is measured and how.
The McGraw-Hill 36-Hour Course in Finance for Non-Financial Managers Robert A. Cooke

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  1. Binfei

    Good starting book for who does not have any finance background Example and flow of the book is easy for reader to understand After reading it, I have better understanding the actions my plant manager and director took before Problem to point our for this book 1 Examples in the book may not be suitable for all type of reader.2 Chapter review questions were not enough to cover the knowledge.3 There are still typo in the book in 3rd edition 4 The online exam question 69 79 has only question but no [...]

  2. Lucy

    Despite the topic, the author did a good job of keeping the information interesting However, there were quite a few typos that made the information confusing at times.

  3. Cooljoe815

    I have never been a number guy but recently I have been serious about learning about finances As the book says words are the language of love and numbers are the language of money I ve read, Trading Bases about sports and numbers, I read Moneyball and now, Finance for Nonfinancial managers.My takeaway is that once you know the formulas and rules of financial reports is not too complicated You learn about budgets, income statements, and cash flow statements The reasons I gave it only 4 stars is [...]

  4. Krishna Kumar

    The author does a good job of making a stale subject like Accounting interesting The running example of the Spouse Houses is hilarious, while at the same time, introducing the user to different accounting details and rationales for handling the books a certain way There are a lot of financial charts in the book, but the author keeps them simple and easy to understand Unless you pay attention to the exercises at the end of each chapter, you wouldn t realize that it is a student textbook, not a ge [...]

  5. Anna (lion_reads)

    A great introduction to finance for non numbers people Although you would definitely need to go back and make notes on some of this material Canadian readers would benefit from realistic Canadian version of the figures By the way, not too boring as far as finance books go The authors are even funny at times.

  6. John

    It was boring no shit , but taught me what all the basic accounting concepts like the matching principle, materiality, assets liabilities equity, etc means, and how to read balance sheets, and income statements.Tedious shit, but worth knowing.

  7. Janna

    Easy to read book, cute examples, has little quizzes at the end of each chapter Only for people like me who don t know anything about accounting and want to learn the basics

  8. Thomas

    Despite the topic, the author did a good job of keeping the information interesting However, there were quite a few typos that made the information confusing at times.

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