The checklists in Managing Finance focus on the financial side of running a business. Aimed at non-specialists, they are designed to help managers keep on top of their financial management responsibilities, advising them on how to interpret financial accounts and reports, budget and forecast, manage and monitor finances and make the right financial decisions. The guide covers a range of topics, including: * Company accounts and ratios * Budgeting * Working capital * Credit and debt control * Cash flow * Investment appraisal * Pricing and purchasing Included among the essential checklists are profiles of leading management thinkers on key topics. The action-oriented checklists include sample account formats and layouts, ratios and data sheets to help you master the crucial skills you need to further your career as a manager. The Checklist Series: step by step guides to getting it right.Your guide to getting it right Chartered Management Institute. business. Because business values are sensitive to all these factors, a business must identify which internal factors it needs to optimise and how it can position itself in ... This is particularly important if there is the intention of a future sale or flotation, or the owners require an exit strategy. ... However, the company may have other valuable attributes that are not so easily measured by the market and these could affect its futureanbsp;...
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|Publisher||:||Profile Books - 2014-05-01|