Strategic Financial Decisions: A Guide to the Evaluation and Monitoring of Business Strategy

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Kogan Page, 1994 - Business enterprises - 144 pages
This is an examination of the complex issue of choosing a business strategy which allows financial managers to create a basis for financial monitoring, accountability and feedback. Methodologies are outlined and individual dimensions of the strategy explained. Key topics discussed include volume-inducing outlays, volume-sustaining outlays, regenerative outlays, aggregation and business valuation, capital structure and the route beyond business strategy.

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About the author (1994)

David Allen is president of the David Allen Company and has more than two decades' experience as a management consultant and executive coach, having worked with organizations such as Merck, the Ford Foundation, and the U.S. Navy. He has been featured in "Fortune, Fast Company, The Wall Street Journal," the "Los Angeles Times," and many other publications.

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