Category Archives: Management

Three Reasons Why Financial Models Fail

Financial models, the tools used to forecast cash going into and out of a company, profit, loss, liquidity, risk are important tools to managers. Unfortunately sometimes they go wrong. Often they go wrong due to unforeseen events – problems in … Continue reading

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Small Business Finance at the Margins

So I read this: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-20262282 yesterday with some consternation. To be clear I don’t believe the conclusions that borderline surviving companies are holding back the economy more than failing ones, but the article does raise some interesting points. Firstly we … Continue reading

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Management Coming out of a Recession

How should companies look to adjust their management coming out of a recession? Recessions cause companies to cut staff, freeze recruitment and freeze wages. ┬áPresumably each company has kept their best, or most appropriate staff (in so far as these … Continue reading

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