When you complete this course, you will be able to:
This CPE course is included in the 60+ hours of Financial Performance Management Program.
Financial Decision Making includes nine CPE courses that cover breakeven analysis, relevant costs and decision making, linear programming, transfer pricing, investment appraisal techniques, pricing strategy, risk and uncertainty in decision making, and risk management.
Breakeven Analysis Includes details regarding breakeven analysis, more formally known as Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis, and includes multiple illustrations.
Relevant Cost and Decision Making Explores relevant costs and revenues, including characteristics of relevant costs, non-relevant costs, opportunity cost, as well as incremental revenue.
Linear Programming Includes a step-by-step technique which requires the translation of a decision problem into a system of variables, equations and inequalities.
Transfer Pricing Examines transfer pricing, including setting a transfer price for inter-divisional transactions.
Investment Appraisal Techniques I Explores the time value of money and expands on the three main reasons for it: consumption preferences, impact of inflation, and risk.
Investment Appraisal Techniques II Explores dealing with risk in investment appraisal decisions and provides in-depth information on how to deal with this type of risk.
Pricing Strategy Explores alternative strategies that an organization may adopt in the pricing of its products or services.
Risk and Uncertainty in Decision Making Identifies how risk and uncertainty can be built into the decision making process.
Risk Management Explores what risk is, why a business would incur risk, and it describes the risk management cycle as well as identifying and categorizing risks.