All organisations face more and more complex decision making, while the risks dependent on their decisions require increasingly explicit understanding of potential outcomes. This special larger format guide is full of practical help on how to build the best, most flexible, and easy-to-use business models for analysing the upside or potential downside of anything from a small development of an existing business to large-scale mergers and acquisitions. Tennent and Friend have completely revised and updated the acclaimed first edition. For anyone who wants to get ahead in business and especially for those with bottom-line responsibilities, this is an invaluable guide to how to build spreadsheet models for assessing business risks and opportunities.Chart 18.17 Placing the result in the spreadsheet i (General) ~ArJ jcollectanrJMuHipry jTj Sub CollectandHultiply () ~ 1 Select the input ... For and next loops In many problems requiring the use of macros, Excel may need to perform the same task a number of times. ... The code in Chart 18.18 extracts an input value from cell C3 in a sheet entitled Tables and generates the multiplication table for that inputanbsp;...
|Title||:||Guide to Business Modelling|
|Author||:||John Tennent, Graham Friend|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2005-05-01|