Using Finance for Strategic Growth will give you a rock solid foundation in financial decision making, policy and practice. You will identify the best means through which value is generated in your company and gain a deeper and more comprehensive understanding of the primary factors that can either build or diminish it.
Led by John R. Percival, PhD, and Franklin Allen, PhD, distinguished experts in finance and value creation, this course will motivate you to closely examine the way you and your company make financial decisions and give you new insight into understanding finance.
- Capital Structure and Cost of Capital
- Design for Risk-Adjusted Profit
- Financing Growth
- Integrating Finance and Strategy
- India Financial System
- Mergers & Acquisitions
Franklin Allen, PhD
Nippon Life Professor of Finance; Professor of Economics
The Wharton School
Career and Recent Professional Awards; Teaching Awards:
The Class of 1984 Teaching Award, 1996, 1997; Helen Kardon Moss Anvil Award, 1993, 1999; Excellence in Teaching Award (Graduate Division), 1990, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002; Miller-Sherrerd MBA Core Teaching Award, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002; Undergraduate Division Excellence in Teaching Award, 1991; Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching, 2001.
John R. Percival, PhD
Adjunct Professor of Finance
The Wharton School
CEO, JRP Associates
John R. Percival is active in the development and teaching of various Wharton Executive Education programs. At Wharton since 1971, he is the lead faculty on several open-enrollment programs: Integrating Finance and Strategy for Value Creation and The CFO: Becoming a Strategic Partner. He has also developed customized programs for companies such as GE Capital, Pitney Bowes, IBM, Fiat, Chubb, Hartford, American Skandia, Sun Life, Siam Cement, Scientific Atlanta, Ford, and Bankers Trust. He consults to organizations in both the public and private sectors, has authored or co-authored articles in numerous publications
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