Monitoring And Measuring Enterprise Value
Monitoring and Measuring (M&M) is a continuous management function to assess if progress is made in achieving expected results, to spot bottlenecks in implementation and to highlight whether there are any unintended effects (positive or negative) from an investment plan, programme or project and its activities.
The processes of planning, monitoring and measuring make up the Result-Based Management (RBM) approach, which is intended to aid decision-making towards explicit goals. Planning helps to focus on results that matter, while M&M facilitates learning from past successes and challenges and those encountered during implementation.
In the wake of increasing challenges and difficulties in this area of concern, especially when a business or a state enterprise is about to be sold, bought or even merged with another, this course comes at just about the right time. The parties to the merger or sale transaction require the assurance that they are concluding a value-for-money deal. In addition, the course addresses the challenges and opportunities in the valuation of going concerns/on-going businesses.
Senior members of management teams of state corporations, independent autonomous authorities, private enterprises, local authority enterprises and public investment programmes.
At the end of the course, participants will be able to:
- Examine a variety of tools and methods for monitoring and valuing business enterprises;
- Determine the value of their businesses as on-going entities;
- Negotiate more effectively in mergers and acquisition deals;
- Calculate enterprise value
- Value debt and preference shares in enterprise acquisition or merger.
US$ 1500 to cover tuition and training materials only