Delivering Business Value

Duke Corporate Education

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  • 3 days
  • online
  • on demand

Duke Corporate Education

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About the course

Many organizations today struggle to capture full business value from the execution of their strategy, whether due to the strategy itself, the selection of the portfolio that enables the strategy, or the actual execution of project-based work that makes the portfolio a reality. Delivering Business Value seeks to teach mindset and tool sets that enable all of those engaged at the strategic, portfolio, and work levels of leadership to make decisions that create the maximum possible business value from their work. The course begins with a focus on defining value in terms of finance, strategy, and business benefits, and helps participants see how they contribute to creating value from their role. It then provides a primer on some finance concepts that are essential to understand for value-driven decision making.

Participants then learn to focus on the different drivers they can use to create value, leveraging financial, strategic, planning, and risk concepts to fully understand the actions they can take in order to drive value. The course utilizes discussions, calculation exercises, case studies, and a business board game simulation to create an engaging and effective learning experience.

Learn

  • Explain the fundamental principles of time value of money and financial management
  • Define value creation and what drives it
  • Describe the composition of financial statements and assess information from selected corporate financial statements
  • Explain the importance of forecasting and create effective forecasts
  • Evaluate project risk
  • Incorporate intended benefits into the overall leadership of work.

Topics

Business value and strategy

  • Define the concept of business value
  • Describe a high-level framework for delivering business value
  • Explain the connection between business value and strategy

Time value of money

  • Explain the concept of time value of money
  • Describe the effect of compounding
  • Depict financial/cash flow problems on a timeline
  • Utilize a variety of financial calculations for compounding and discounting

Financial statement analysis

  • Differentiate among the three types of financial statements
  • Read an income statement and balance sheet
  • Analyze a set of financial statements using key ratios

Value creation

  • Explain the importance of cash flow
  • Identify key drivers of value

Forecasting

  • Frame how to think about project planning and forecasting with an view toward profitability and benefit capture
  • Consider how projects and their impact correlate to different time horizons for a firm
  • Learn about the types of real options are and how the concept of real options can be used
  • Consider how to apply discounted cash flow and real options thinking to projects
  • Review public private partnerships and explore how they function

Understanding risk

  • Understand the concept of risk in general
  • Be able to explain the concept of financial risk
  • Know the different types of risk and how to manage them
  • Explain how risk is measured in financial terms and how risk is reflected in different asset classes

Zodiak simulation

  • Explain how program and project financial outcomes directly affect the organization’s profit and shareholders

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