Responsibility for the financial condition of the company lies with the CEO and functional directors of the company. They must be able to generate profits and money. “Igor Chugunov’s Business Consulting” is ready to help with this through their training.
What do the terms “financial condition of an enterprise” and “effective enterprise” mean?
The term “financial condition of an enterprise” means the results of an assessment of the ability of an enterprise to generate net profit, positive net cash flow, increase its market value, pay for its short-term and long-term financial liabilities in a timely manner and in full, retain its financial independence when raising borrowed capital. Continue reading
What is the role of effective inventory management for enterprise logistics?
This is a question of what is primary and what is secondary in the logistics of an enterprise. Or, in other words, where the horse should be: in front of the cart or behind it.
The logistics function “Inventory management” is a “horse” in relation to all other logistics functions of an enterprise that are “cart”. The role of effective inventory management for the enterprise’s logistics is the master or the leading one: first, a decision on effective inventory management must be made (designed), and then this decision must be “recalculated” into the content of other enterprise logistics functions, including “Warehousing” and “ Management of transportation of goods in the input and output logistics of the enterprise “. Continue reading
Based on the fact that the highest goals of the company’s business are the optimal increase in net profit, positive net cash flow and increase in the market value of the enterprise, for the product sales department represented in the financial structure of the enterprise the simple marginal profit center model should be installed and used to effectively manage it following key (financial) indicators:
(1) marginal profit (for the center of marginal profit);
(2) a contribution to the coverage of fixed costs of the enterprise (for the center of marginal profits);
(3) revenue from sales of products (for the income center); Continue reading