Making Managerial Accounting Slides

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When making managerial accounting slides or presentations, keep each slide simple yet informative, including only the very pertinent information so as not to confuse anyone. Practice a managerial accounting presentation in front of a colleague with information from an accounting professor in this free video on business.

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Hi my name is Shawn Jones, adjunct professor here at Argosy University. Today we're going to talk about making managerial slides. Or in other words providing reporting and information for business owners, managers, perhaps even creditors or people outside of an organization. When putting together some type of presentation or slide, there are a couple of rules or guidelines that you'll need to understand. First and foremost, is to make your slides basic, but yet provide the useful information that those whom you're presenting to can be able to understand what you're discussing or what you're talking about. The information shouldn't be too complexed or too detailed so that the people, so that those whom you're making your presentation to are not able to follow along or are not able to find the information that they need. But it should be presented in such a way that it's basic and simple to understand. A simple rule to follow would be is to put your presentation together, and then show it to someone that is outside the accounting department. And have them give you feedback, and if there are questions or topics or subjects that weren't clear or that need to be defined better or that were to complexed, and those whom you were presenting to weren't able to follow along. For more information about this topic, please visit our website There you can find our phone number or an address to come and and visit our Salt Lake City campus.


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