Budgeting 101 – How to Manage at the Operational Level

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Date

Nov 10 2022

Time

(Central)
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Location

Online

The goal of this webinar is to help front line and field managers develop a framework for understanding how to manage more effectively and efficiently and stay within budget. In this session, we will discuss how to align the customer’s business requirements and profitability for the cleaning company and understand the impact the JanSan and equipment distributors have on the cleaning budget. We will discuss the basic accounting skills and software required to create a budget. Attendees are taught how to prepare, read, analyze, and manage financial statements.

  • Learn how accounting functions as an information development and communication system that supports decision-making and provides value to managers
  • Understand the basic assumptions and principles of financial information, productivity, and capacity utilization
  • Understand the foundations of analysis and how these techniques are applied in a business setting
  • Understand how workloading helps standardize cleaning tasks and the importance of software
  • Understand how managerial decision-making is influenced by both quantitative and qualitative information to improve service levels
  • Improve the budgeting processes and decision-making ability by using software to help organize and manage your cleaning resources.

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Hygieia Network

Organizer

Hygieia Network
Phone
(224) 534-5059
Website
https://hygieianetwork.org/

Other Organizers

Dr. Felicia Townsend
Phone
(224) 534-5059
Email
[email protected]

Speaker

  • Jon Hill
    Jon Hill
    Term Faculty, Virginia Commonwealth University

    Jon Hill is in the business of creating solutions for serious organizational problems. He is an expert at leveraging cutting-edge technology to reengineer operations and institute technologically advanced systems managerial analysis, decision making, and reporting. He works with his team to develop the strategic direction, information needs and implement tools that enable Cobotiq to define the resources necessary for delivering products and services in an efficient and effective matter.

    In 2010, Jon joined the School of Business faculty at Virginia Commonwealth University. He facilitates student learning at the undergraduate and graduate level. He taught strategy and accounting courses and recently retired.

    Jon believes that knowledge and information are most valuable when they are shared. Jon has published articles on strategic implementation and execution and integrated profitability.

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