In today’s organizations, maintaining a knowledge base and having the skills to use it productively are critical objectives. To be successful, you will need to have the skills to work with organizational knowledge in all its forms.
This course examines how organizations select, gather, analyze and improve data, information, and knowledge assets, and how they manage information and finances. The course also expands your knowledge relevant to best professional practices and provides tools for enhancing performance. At the end of this course you should be able to:
+ Explain three fundamental financial statements.+ Describe ways of measuring and analyzing organizational performance.+ Describe three kinds of liquidity and profitability ratios.+ Explain concepts related to performance improvement and comparing alternative investments.+ Understand the Baldrige Criteria for measurement, analysis, and knowledge management excellence.