About the course
Develop a greater intuition for the budgeting aspect of finance in your firm so that you can win support for your most important initiatives. This course provides a crucial bridge between you and the rest of your organization with respect to finance-related issues. We’ll learn and apply the analytical tools corporations commonly use to make strategic resource allocation decisions. You’ll get a better sense of how the finance team looks at investments and decides where to allocate resources, and you’ll be better equipped to make a case for the initiatives you believe will create the most value for your organization. After all, in today’s competitive marketplace, companies that use resources wisely have a huge advantage over those that do not.
- Introduction to valuation: the time value of money
- Capital budgeting analysis tools, including net present value, internal rate of return, free cash flow valuation approach, and other investment criteria
- Resource allocation in practice
- Apply practical analysis tools to help you make strategic capital-budgeting and resource-allocation decisions
- Discern what investments are best to undertake and effectively ‘make the case’ for the initiatives you believe will create the most value for your firm.
- Optimally allocate resources to enhance competitive advantage
- Productively use capital and other resources to maximize value creation in all your markets
Area of Expertise: Corporate Finance, Corporate Finance Research Interests: Corporate finance, managerial career concerns, management compensation, and economics of asymmetric information Awards/Honors: Olin Award Winner on Compensation Goals and Firm Performance, Olin Business Sc...
Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
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