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Financial Intelligence, Revised Edition: A Manager's Guide to Knowing What the Numbers Really Mean par [Berman, Karen, Knight, Joe]
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Inc. magazine calls it one of “the best, clearest guides to the numbers” on the market. Readers agree, saying it’s exactly “what I need to know” and calling it a “must-read” for decision makers without expertise in finance.

Since its release in 2006, Financial Intelligence has become a favorite among managers who need a guided tour through the numbers—helping them to understand not only what the numbers really mean, but also why they matter.

This new, completely updated edition brings the numbers up to date and continues to teach the basics of finance to managers who need to use financial data to drive their business. It also addresses issues that have become even more important in recent years—including questions around the financial crisis and those around broader financial and accounting literacy.

Accessible, jargon-free, and filled with entertaining stories of real companies, Financial Intelligence gives nonfinancial managers the confidence to understand the nuance beyond the numbers—to help bring everyday work to a new level.

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  • Editeur : Harvard Business Review Press; Édition : 2 Rev Exp (29 janvier 2013)
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As a recent business graduate, I knew it (almost) all already, but I liked the way it was presented in the book, especially the part mentioning ratios, which is something we barely study at university. Great content for better understanding and managing numbers!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Best place to start your finance education! 27 juin 2015
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Great book to introduce you to the key concepts of finance, as they apply to every person in a company. If you're working in finance, you likely already know this information, but if you're in any other department, it is the perfect book. Easy to read, easy to understand, and I have been able to apply the ideas right away. I wish this was the introductory text in MBA programs - great place to start, as finance is, more than anything, a language. I am in sales and found the ideas a great reminder of how to position the financial value of by products. I encourage anyone who wants to get ahead in their job to read this, and then think about your company and how to apply the ideas. In this day and age, financial intelligence is critical to getting ahead!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 It was easy. Myself and an old lady answering phone calls ... 18 novembre 2015
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When I was 25, the first day of my accounting class at Cal State Fresno, I introduced myself in front of the class and then I said " My major is Marketing and I don't know why I am doing here." Many students laughed and agreed with me, but my professor was really upset.
When I turned 38, I started my business. It was easy. Myself and an old lady answering phone calls for me from her home. My first year gross was $60000.00.
For many years, I had been putting more weight on marketing, marketing, and marketing while trying to grow the company.
Today, I am 53, and my business is a bit larger. I now have 40 employees and the annual gross is about 120 times over my first year in business. Marketing is still an important part of my business. Due to the size of our company, I have had hired a few bookkeepers.
Six months ago, I was able to borrow money from a bank to built a facility for my company. It was not easy to get the money although it was only 1.2 million. I had no idea why some banks were giving me such a hard time. I thought we were making money and never late on the payments, so what was the problem that the banks are turning me down. Then I started to pay more attention on the accounting. Recently I hired a controller to help me on the accounting.
Thinking back 28 years ago, I blamed myself for not paying more attention on my accounting classes. I have been thinking of going back to school to take an accounting class, but I didn't really want to because I am always tired at the end of day. I started to look for an accounting book which I hoped it would help me on my business.
I found this book, Financial Intelligence. It is a great book. I only got to the chapter on Balance Sheet so far. It has already helped me so much. I can't wait to go to Starbucks Coffee Shop to sit down and continue reading the rest of the chapters.
The authors give a lot of real life examples. One of the examples is about WMI on depreciation, it had gave me a change to look at my own operation. I only got to 1/4 of the book, and I already talk to my controller like I know what I am talking about(depreciation part).

This book fits me very well. I am not a controller or bookkeeper. I am a decision maker.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Must read for all employees at all levels... 12 mai 2013
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i don't normally write reviews but i have to say this is the best financial book i've ever read...i have spent the past 15 or so years at the coo level with finance reporting to me...and while i'm financially savvy, i have no formal financial education...i'm a believer that finance, like any profession or industry, gets bogged down in its own set of acronyms and language...that in and of itself creates the silos too often found in organizations...sales has it, marketing has it, hr has it, etc...etc...

i always try to break down barriers and most of my time is spent as a translator...truth be told, i've always struggled with translating the financial lingo...this book did it for me and has helped me paint a picture and tell the story behind it so everyone understands...

kudos to the authors!!!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great financial guide for the non-numbers person 2 juin 2014
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We used this book in a financial class for journalists. This turned out to be the perfect text for that. What I appreciated were the stories about businesses that faced various financial scenarios. This helped us storytellers conceptualize the financial aspects. The goal of the class was to be able to understand how to read a balance sheet. By the end of the class, partly due to reading this book, we were able to look at a balance sheet then tell a business's story.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 great for all levels of acct/finance knowledge 5 juin 2017
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excellent review, which we all need, for those with
finance degrees, and an excellent primer for those
with little finance background.

you can tell that they have experience responding
to the many naturally arising questions non-finance
people have.
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