Pergola Fish Finders Inc.
As at March 31, 2004
Balance per company records, February 29, 2004
Add: Cash Receipts
Less: Cash Disbursements
Withdrawal for Petty Cash
Automatic Payroll Deduction
THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO
RICHARD IVEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR MANAGEMENT REPORT
ASSIGNED: Monday, February 6, 2017
DUE: Monday, March 6, 2017, 4:00 p.m.
(see your section assignment sheet for submission location
-Identify who you are
-Identify the issue and options that you want to pursue
-considerations and constraints
(MAG has regained profitability in first of 2009)
MAG: Wants Analysis
-Pal must be able to support his family
Adam Jacobs vice president of client retention for Tower food (leadership problems, scared to
speak up, needs affiliation and people to like him)
Clyne director of field logistics (wears emotions on sleeve) (coercive power
Business 1220E Financial Management Study Sheet
EVALUATING PAST PERFORMANCE
Analyzing the Statement of Cash Flows: consider the following
Was cash generated from operations? Is net income a source of cash?
What are the sources and uses from operati
CASH BUDGETING/ CASH MANAGEMENT
The optimal situation is for a company to have sufficient cash resources on hand to meet obligations as they fall due, but at the same
time, avoid over-investment in an asset that provides little revenue
A cash flow forecas
COGS Net sales = GROSS INCOME
Operating Expenses Gross Income = INCOME FROM OPERATIONS
INCOME STATEMENT: sales first, then expenses, ending with net income
BALANCE SHEET: what a company owns, what it owes, and the owners investment in the bu
STATEMENT OF CASH FLOW ANALYSIS
1) net cash from operations
2) net income
3) sources/uses from operations
4) remaining sources/uses
More Vino Case Study
Analyzing statement of cash flows
More vinos net income is not their source of cash, contrary to most other businesses.
Their negative income generated is the first point of suspicion any investors may doubt,
for their inability to ge
Financial Ratios A Guide to complete a ratio sheet
Vertical analysis: everything in this column is a reference to the SOE, to see a
comparison of how much of each income/expense is, in terms of the total sales (100%)
Sales: always 100%, beca
As Scott Miller, manager of commercial accounts at the Genesis Bank of Canada, I
have decided to not grant Envy Rides the figure of $60,000 of long term loan for their
tattoo parlour renovation and the additional $450,000 for their working capital loan. F
Making Business Decisions
Considering the conditions of the business: PEST analysis
Sales increasing at an increasing rate every year
Company with a lot of history and experience
Topics for Discussion
Determining who uses financial ratios and
understanding why they are important
Interpreting ratios to assess a companys financial
The limitations of financial ratios
Where were going.
R ISK ANALYSIS
ANALYSIS OF PAST
Projected Financial Statements
TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION
Learning how to create and use projected financial
statements (SOE, S
A Bus1220 Definition for Preparing Strong Case Analysis:
to state an implication is to draw meaning from a fact
Fact: Cash was generated from operations
Implication: The engine of the business is running, which is a key i
Performing Sensitivity Analysis
Choose the account that is most vulnerable to change:
What if the average number of days increases or decreases
from your projected levels?
Recalculate the dollar value
Topics for Discussion
The importance of cash flow to a business as
compared to earnings.
How a company measures its cash position.
How a company interprets the statement of cash
STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS
Where were going.
THE IMPORTANCE OF CAS
THE 4 Cs of CREDIT
Credit allows a company to buy goods or services now
and pay for them later.
Allowing companies to use credit is often risky.
Lenders must seek out information to better understand a
companys credit worthiness.
The 4 Cs Analysis
Introduction to broad concepts
THE CASE METHOD WORKS
lecture and readings
Apply what youve learned
As long as you use it
Learners Retain Approximately
5% of what they learn when
CESifo Economic Studies, Vol. 49, 3/2003, 295318
ICT and Productivity in Europe and the United States
Where Do the Differences Come From?
Bart van Ark, Robert Inklaar and Robert H. McGuckin
Explosive growth of investment in information and
Economica (2005) 72, 615633
Quantifying the Impact of ICT Capital on Output
Growth: A Heterogeneous Dynamic Panel
By MARY OMAHONY and MICHELA VECCHI
National Institute of Economic and Social Research
Final version received 1 June 2004.
International Journal of Engineering Business Management
Discovering the Impact of ICT,
FDI and Human Capital on GDP:
a Cross-sectional Analysis
Domenico Campisi1, Arianna De Nicola1, Maryam Farhadi2 and Paolo Mancuso1,*