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Chapter 6. Cash

In This Chapter

  • The cash component of step 3 of the financial value process: identify financial imperatives

  • Why cash is not the same as profit

  • Why executives must manage cash in addition to profit and position

  • How to read a cash flow statement

  • How changes in net profit (or loss) and changes in the balance sheet increase or decrease cash flow

  • Examples of financial value chains connected directly to cash flow.


In this chapter, you’ll finish making connections to financial statements and work on step 3 of the financial value process by examining cash flow statements. Cash flow statements go by various names such as statement of utilization of funds, source and application of funds, or some equivalent title.


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