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Measures of performance. Performance drivers.
Operating profit model. Cost volume and price relationships. Project appraisal steps to a solution 1. Project appraisal internal rate of return IRR.
Shareholder value added SVA. Acquisition analysis. Cash flow cycle.
Measures of liquidity long and short analysis. Shortterm liquidity measures. Working capital days. Corporate valuation.
Financial leverage and corporate valuation. Integrity of accounting statements. Companies used in the sample.
Discounting and compounding tables. Breakeven BE.
It does not matter how good your company is or how great your product is if you have poor financial performance. Poor financial performance can mean the end of a business. As a manager, I take our financial performance seriously.
If I want to keep my job then this is something I must constantly improve upon. Im always looking for ways to improve our performance, and I find myself reading about this often.
This is one of the best books that I have come across. It gets the point across in a short amount of time. If you are a beginner you will most likely need to read the other books of this series since they thoroughly describe portions of this book such as, income statement, balance sheet, cash flow statement, etc.
You will need to have an understanding of some of these terms to completely understand your financial performance. If you are unfamiliar with some of those terms you must read the other books or this book probably won't make very much sense to you.