Creating Stakeholder Value

September 17, 2018 | (0.8 CEUs)


COURSE DESCRIPTION
Course is designed to allow course participants to understand the key levers used to create Stakeholder value, mainly by focusing on EBITDA and its OPEX, SGA, and revenue components.

 

ABOUT THE STUDENTS
Course participants have a mix of backgrounds that include:

PURPOSE OF COURSE
Course participants will be given a set of company financial statements and will be asked to assess the company’s opportunities to impact Stakeholder value.

LEARNING OUTCOMES/COURSE OBJECTIVES
By the end of the course, course participants will learn:

COURSE COST
$1,420

INSTRUCTOR
Eric Marin | Bio
(713) 705-7442
eemarin@att.net

COURSE AGENDA:
This is an 8-hour class.

TOPIC

KEY TAKEAWAYS/ACTIVITIES

Stakeholder Value

What is Stakeholder Value

EBITDA

What is it and why it’s important
Revenue side of the equation
Cost side of the equation

Levers used to Create Stakeholder Value

What are the levers used to create Stakeholder Value

Group Workshop: Company Analysis

Assess a sample Company’s opportunity to create Stakeholder Value
Describe how Stakeholder Value is created
What side of the EBITDA equation is being impacted

 


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