Describe the most important quantitative and qualitative information for understanding this case, and explain where that information comes from
Begin by introducing yourself to the class, including a few sentences about your educational and professional background and your plans for the future. In what state or country are you located? Feel free to add something about your personality or interests.
Then, after doing the assigned text reading, read the HBR case study Evaluating the Organization: New Earth Mining, Inc. This case study can be located in your custom textbook/case study bundle.
In your initial post, describe the most important quantitative and qualitative information for understanding this case, and explain where that information comes from.
In responding to your peers, compare their views with your own in terms of what information is most important. Are there elements your peers have omitted? Provide reasoning to support your views.
Textbook:Financial Literacy for Managers: Finance and Accounting for Better Decision-Making , Chapters 1, 2, and 3
Chapter 1 is a review of the three basic financial statements. Chapter 2 describes how business events affect an organization’s main financial statements. Chapter 3 describes how managers can use financial statements to identify issues and make decisions.
Textbook: Financial Literacy for Managers: Finance and Accounting for Better Decision-Making, Appendix: More on the Cash Flow Statement: The Indirect Method (Optional)
Most students and even financial managers find the indirect method cash flow statement very confusing. This appendix provides some clarification.
Course: MBA 640 – Finance, Economics, and Decision Making
School: Southern New Hampshire University
- : 31/03/2017
- : 10.00