Project Valuation and Capital Budgeting (St Louis)
October 21, 2020
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
St Louis Knight Center
Registration Required: Yes
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
Earn a Concentration or your Advanced Management Certificate
This seminar qualifies for one day out of five in the Business Execution Concentration. Earn a concentration by taking five seminar days in this area within two years, or complete 15 seminar days across three defined concentration areas to earn your Advanced Management Certificate.
, Hubert C. & Dorothy R. Moog Professor of Finance, Olin Business SchoolContactsExecutive Programs