VVM Attorneys-VVMs Training and Management Culture

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Since: May 13

London, UK

#2 Aug 2, 2013
Training staff is a common practice for all companies. It is an expensive yet worthwhile endeavour. How does a company measure the value of a particular training course or seminar against the cost of sending people to such events? This has always intrigued me. Thanks.

Since: Aug 13

New York, NY

#3 Aug 2, 2013
A companys strategies and objectives determine a companys goals. Such goals are often quantified by its managers to an extent where every specific goal is reduced to a bottom line. This is the job of the corporate financial management staff which churns out an annual budget. Expenses, such as trainings, are financially supported as long as the revenue is attained. Otherwise, in-house training can be conducted with minimal or no extra expenses.

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