The Management P&L is the one report that is essential for the effective management of any organization. Unlike the financial statements required by GAAP, there are no set rules for how a Management P&L should look – the optimum report design is unique to each organization. This course reviews the design criteria that are common to all well-designed Management P&Ls, discusses how a well-designed Management P&L can help create a common language throughout the organization, and identifies the tactical issues that must be addressed in order to implement a Management P&L.
Review Questions: Designing a Great Management P&L
FINAL EXAM: Designing a Great Management P&L
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An accomplished executive who has directed the financial operations of public companies and startups, and interacted with many boards of directors and investors, Randall Bolten is the author of "Painting with Numbers: Presenting Financials and Other Numbers So People Will Understand You." Passionate about the importance of presenting financial and other numerical information cogently and effectively, Bolten provides professional training to the corporate finance community to help design clear, concise and innovative reporting packages, compensation plans aligned with performance and objectives, manage equity incentive plans for maximum benefit and impact, develop innovative pricing models, handle investor relations effectively, enable effective cross-function collaboration, especially with sales, and fully understand revenue recognition, stock option accounting and other GAAP issues.
Author, "Painting with Numbers" - [2009-01 to Current]
CEO : Lucidity - [2007-01 to Current]
CFO : Arcot Systems - [2006-01 to 2007-09]
CFO : Phoenix Technologies - [2003-06 to 2006-01]
CFO : BroadVision - [1995-08 to 2001-08]
CFO : BioCAD - [1992-06 to 1994-08]
VP Finance : Teknekron - [1990-09 to 1992-06]
CFO : Bowers Imaging Technogies - [1989-09 to 1990-08]
Controller : Oracle - [1986-08 to 1989-04]
Division Controller : Tandem Computers - [1979-07 to 1986-08]
MBA, business : Stanford Graduate School of Business (at Stanford University ) - [1975 to 1977]
AB, Economics : Princeton University - [1970 to 1975]