Today's economic climate calls for executives who can apply vigorous financial analysis as they evaluate business performance, weigh potential acquisitions, and assess global competition. In response, Strategic Financial Analysis for Business Evaluation focuses on the frameworks required to monitor performance, forecast capital utilization, value strategic assets, and review restructuring opportunities. You will return to your company better prepared to make the key financial decisions that drive organizational performance.
Confronted with challenging markets, many companies are reevaluating their business models. Through an in-depth study of the valuation process, in this Harvard Business School Executive Education program, you will acquire the analytical tools and financial skills to position your company for growth and profitability.
In a rich learning experience that includes lectures, case studies, group discussions, and software tools, you will progress through a four-part curriculum that prepares you to take full advantage of financial statement data in decision-making contexts.
This leadership development program is most beneficial for executives and professionals in large established companies who rely on financial statements to evaluate businesses. The content is appropriate for executives involved in industry and competitor analysis, mergers and acquisitions, and investment opportunity analysis.
Programs, dates, fees, and faculty are subject to change.
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