With organizations driven to deliver on performance targets, such as shareholder value or level of service, managers are expected to make decisions fully understanding their financial consequences. Few nonfinancial specialists are prepared for the responsibilities of dealing with management reports, budgets, and capital proposals. Many find themselves confused by jargon and embarrassed by their lack of understanding. Guide to Financial Management is a practical resource for understanding and managing these financial responsibilities. It is structured by task, such as ahow to assemble a budgeta or ahow to construct a proposal to invest in new equipment.a John Tennentawho has worked with such major companies as Kraft, Thomson, British Airways, Unilever, and Universal Musicahelps the reader understand financial jargon, financial statements, performance measures, budgeting, costing, pricing, decision making, and investment appraisalsaall of which are key to being a successful manager.... Lexus. It is possible that a service can have high perceived value and cost virtually nothing to provide. ... who will buy the product believing or knowing that their children will like it. r Children (or end users) who will eat it and enjoy doing so.
|Title||:||Guide to Financial Management|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2008-06-01|