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From the Publisher"A most useful book . . ."
—Company Accountant, February 2002
Full of practical help on how to build the best, most flexible, and easy-to-use business models that can be used to analyze the upsides and downsides of any business project, Guide to Business Modeling, Third Edition is essential reading for the twenty-first century business leader. This radically revised guide to the increasingly important fine art of building business models using spreadsheets, the book describes models for evaluating everything from a modest business development to a major acquisition.
For anyone who wants to get ahead in business and especially for those with bottom-line responsibilities, this new edition of Guide to Business Modeling is the essential guide to how to build spreadsheet models for assessing business risks and opportunities.
|2||The business modelling process||6|
|3||Defining the outputs||12|
|4||Uncertainty, scenario planning and model inputs||19|
|5||Developing the scenarios||25|
|6||Managing the model development process||32|
|7||Useful items to include in the modeller's toolbox||40|
|8||Style and outline||59|
|12||Capital expenditure and working capital||128|
|13||Modelling funding issues||146|
|14||Further financial statement development||158|
|15||Project appraisal and company valuation||172|
|16||Analytical ratios and reviewing the financial statements||193|
|17||Testing and debugging||206|
|18||Introduction to programming and macros||216|
|19||From spreadsheet to application||237|
|20||Documenting the model||250|
|21||Writing and presenting the business plan||256|