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Revamping Your Cost Structure to Work in a COVID-19 World

  • 05/20/2021
  • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • Webinar MNCPA

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The pandemic dismantled the idea of "normal" and dramatically changed the requirements for business success. As organizations have responded to the challenges of COVID-19, it's become clear that what worked in the past does not ensure success in the future. Examine the important ways business has changed and continues to evolve due to COVID-19. Uncover ideas to effectively respond to these challenges, including methods to revamp your cost structure to better align with new ways of working. Gain guidance on how to approach strategic and operational changes that will position your organization to thrive.

This is webinar features live instruction from top-rated speaker Steve Player.

Designed for:

CPAs, controllers, treasurers, finance managers and CFOs in business and industry

Objectives:

  • Consider how the required responses to COVID-19 have fundamentally changed the ways that organizations get work done.
  • Structurally access what new ways businesses can organize to be successful in these new ways of working.
  • Investigate what steps you should consider taking to dramatically improve your cost structure to position the business to survive and thrive.

Major subjects:

  • Cost structure
  • Dealing with uncertainty
  • Becoming future ready
  • New ways of work
  • Working from home
  • Social distancing
  • Cost reduction
  • Cost management
  • Strategic planning
  • Financial planning and analysis (FP&A)
Level: Basic

Prerequisites: General knowledge of your existing planning, budgeting and forecasting processes recommended.
Developer: MNCPA
CPE Credits: 1
Area of Study: Technical - Finance

Instructors: Steve Player



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