Business valuation is one of the toughest classes in any business curriculum. And it's one of the most important. Master this critical topic, and you've removed a major obstacle standing between you and a 4.0, and taken a major step toward a successful career in business.
Breaking down business valuation methods into easy-to-digest parts, this self-teaching guide provides all the skills you need to determine a company's worth--easily and accurately. Business Valuation DeMYSTiFieD offers expert insight from both buyers' and sellers' points of view and provides examples and exercises illustrating the concepts driving the practices.
This fast and easy guide features:In-depth coverage of the three main methods of valuing businesses: discounted cash flow, price multiple, and liquidation Easy-to-understand descriptions of financial ratios Tools and techniques for deciphering valuation reports, financial statements, and guidelines for specific businesses Chapter-ending practice exercises and a quiz for testing and reinforcing what you've learned
Simple enough for a beginner but challenging enough for a more advanced student, Business Valuation DeMYSTiFieD is your shortcut to building a solid foundation in this critical business topic.
• How to navigate financial statements
• How to weigh costs and benefits
• What’s involved in budgeting and forecasting
• How to gauge a company’s financial health
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Financial decisions impact virtually every area of your company. As a manager, it's up to you to understand how and why.
Finance for Nonfinancial Managers helps you understand the information in essential financial reports and then shows you how to use that understanding to make informed, intelligent decisions. It provides a solid working knowledge of:Basic Financial Reports--All about balance sheets, income statements, cash flow statements, and more Cost Accounting--Methods to assess which products or services are most profitable to your firm Operational Planning and Budgeting--Ways to use financial knowledge to strengthen your company
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This third edition compresses the most significant skills and lessons of a two year MBA into one comprehensive guide. With clear, concise information, expert Tom Gorman includes recent developments in management, economics, marketing, leadership, information technology, and communications. Whether the reader is studying to achieve an advanced degree or needs the concrete, practical skills required in the business world, this guide is the most current and comprehensive available.
? Practical guide to the most significant issues facing business professionals today.
? A suitable study tool for all graduate students as well as those trying to expand their skills and knowledge in their careers.
There are four main financial statements. They are balance sheets, income statements, cash flow statements, and statements of shareholders equity. It is important to note that a financial statement does NOT tell the complete story. Combined, however, they provide very powerful information for business owners, managers, and investors. Information is the best tool when it comes to managing and investing wisely.
This new easy to follow book will make you an expert on financial statement interpretation including: profit and loss statements (income statements), balance sheets, financial analyses, profit analyses, break-even analyses, and ratios. The book includes an extensive glossary useful lingo and hundreds of hints, tricks, and secrets about how to read these statements and use them to your advantage.
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An Innovative Method of Comprehending Accounting A Bestseller with 800,000 Copies Sold in Japan!
This book is a guide to an entirely new way of studying accounting. What makes this new way of studying accounting unique is that readers study the three financial statements - the income statement, the balance sheet and the cash flow statement - as an integral whole. You will learn how to analyze a company's financial condition based on its financial statements.
Chapter1 Understanding the Structure of the Three Financial Statements
Chapter2 The Trilateral Method:Comprehending How Accounting Works by Integrally Understanding the Three Financial Statements
Chapter3 Analyzing the State of a Company Based on its Financial Statement
著書に「財務3表一体理解法」(朝日新書)、「究極のドラッカー」(角川新書)、「The Trilateral Approach: Financial Statements for Non-Accounting People」(ボナ・ヴィータ コーポレーション)、訳書に「財務マネジメントの基本と原則」(東洋経済新報社)などがある。
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Born 1961 in Japan. Obtained MBA in 1996 from the Peter F.Drucker Graduate School of Management at Claremont Graduate University of the U.S. Established Bona Vita Corporation in 2001. Currently, the company has three main business fields: management consulting, leading management seminars, and business book writing.
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Using the groundbreaking formula they introduced in their book Financial Intelligence: A Manager's Guide to Knowing What the Numbers Really Mean, Karen Berman and Joe Knight present the essentials of finance specifically for IT experts.
Drawing on their work training tens of thousands of managers and employees at leading organizations worldwide, the authors illuminate the basics of financial management and measurement and provide hands-on activities for practicing what you are reading. You'll discover:
· Why the assumptions behind financial data matter
· What your company's income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow statement reveal
· How to use ratios to assess your company's financial health
· How to calculate return on IT investments
· Ways to use financial information to support your company's business units and do your own job better
· How to instill financial intelligence throughout your team
Authoritative and accessible, Financial Intelligence for IT Professionals empowers you to "talk numbers" confidently with your boss, colleagues, and direct reports -- and understand how the financials affect your part of the business.