Managing Cash Flow: An Operational Focus
- Provides the tool necessary to determine and evaluate the effectiveness of a corporation's management of cash.
- Examines how operational activities can affect cash flow management.
- Shows how effective cash flow management can improve corporate performance and increase shareholder value.
- Provides an overview of cash management techniques.
Understanding Cash Management.
Managing Cash Flow—Receipts and Disbursements.
Planning and Budgeting.
Analyzing the Sales Function.
Cost Reduction Analysis Procedures.
Analyzing Non-Value-Added Functions.
Investing, Financing, and Borrowing.
Planning Cash Flow.
Controlling and Analyzing Cash Flow.
Appendix A—Case Study: Managing Cash Flow.
Appendix B—Cash Conservation Checklist.
PETER B. HEYLER, CPA, MBA, is a Principal with Reider Associates and a management consultant and educator with his own firm, PBH Executive Services. He has also been a vice president of finance and administration, treasurer, and chief financial officer for three manufacturing companies, as well as a senior accountant and consultant with Arthur Young & Co. He has authored or coauthored numerous seminar programs-presented both nationally and internationally. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.