Managerial Megatrends & Financial Control


This course takes the learner through the predominant changes in the business environment and how they have impacted management practice.

This course is provided by a third party provider and the fee charged is exclusive of VAT. 

Venue details:  
Online EU, ,
Start date & time:  
01 January 2021 00:00
End date & time:  
01 January 2022 00:00
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Training ticket cost:  
3.50 Training Tickets accepted
CPD hours:  
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Product type:  
CPD online course
Category:, Strategic finance and management reporting

Booking with a training ticket

Once you have booked your course, you will receive an email with your booking confirmation. The steps you will need to follow to access your online course will arrive in a separate email within 48 hours of your order being processed.

Please be aware that participants will have access to this course for 120 days from the date of receiving access via email notification

Course overview

It is almost a cliché to say that we are living through rapidly changing times, but it is vital that financial directors and controllers are alert to its implications.

This course takes you through the predominant changes in the business environment and how they have impacted management practice. The course looks at both general management and then the control function. It takes you through a range of scenarios which help you think about how you and your organisation can respond to today’s challenging environment.

Managerial Megatrends and Financial Control is part of Nelson Croom's Issues and Debatessuite of learning. Issues and Debates courses stimulate intelligent dialogue and debate and provide a valuable and evolving resource of professional knowledge and experience. These courses are topical, practical and highly relevant to today’s changing market. Each module is split into two activities: Understanding the issues and Putting it into practice. The first encourages you to think about a topic, drawing on your own professional experience and knowledge. The second helps you to put ideas and/or theories into practice as part of your day-to-day work.


  • Dealing with developments
  • Pension problems
  • Stakeholders and sustainability
  • Market research

Management generally

  • Accounting weakness
  • A capital idea
  • Finance appreciation
  • As and when
  • Equality control


  • Deming's way
  • Chairman management
  • Synthesizing up
  • Changing the system


  • An acquired accountant's approach
  • Total quality management