This is a 32-slide PowerPoint presentation with an accompanying Excel business case model. The Business Case is an instrumental tool in both justifying a project (requiring a capital budgeting decision), as well as measuring the project's success. The Business Case model typically takes the form of an Excel spreadsheet and quantifies the financial components of the project, projecting key metrics for making any important business decision: e.g. Net Present Value (NPV), Return on Investment (ROI), Payback Period, Cost of Investment. If a project has been justified by the Business Case (both financially and non-financially) and receives the go-ahead from executives, the Business Case model is then continuously maintained and adjusted to track the project's progress against the initial financial projections and assumptions. This model then becomes a working document used during the project management process. This toolkit will detail the process of creating a robust Business Case. It also includes a working sample Business Case model (in Microsoft Excel).
Welcome to this Crash Course on Financial Management. In this course, you will gain overview of various aspects of Financial Management covering a) Introduction to Financial Management b) Time Value of Money c) Cash Flow d) Fund Flow e) Leverages f) Source of Finance g) Capital Budgeting h) Working Capital Most the businesses in this world, predominantly fails only on account of poor Financial Management. Hence, it is absolutely necessary to have sound knowledge in Financial Management for effective functioning, survival and growth of any business. Financial Management is not merely confined to Finance Department. Every department in an organization, performs Financial Management functions. Because, every department in an organization contributes to the profits. Some through turnover and some by controlling its costs. So, Knowledge in Financial Management is the need of the hour. This course is structured in self paced learning style. Video lectures were used to deliver the course content. All the very best. Category: Business What's in the Course? Over 11 lectures and 41 mins of content! have overview of Financial Management understand Imporatance of Financial Management Course Requirements: Basics of Accounting Who Should Attend? Accounting and Finance Executives Professional course students