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Optimal Capital Allocation Strategies: CFOs Pondering Business Systems Agility and Resilience

November 23rd, 2022

What are the functions of CFOs? How do firms determine the optimal capital allocation strategy- best mix of debt, equity, and internal financing that maximizes the return on invested capital? How do firms choose their capital structure? How do firms align and integrate their business systems and processes to facilitate learning, coordination, collaboration, and innovation? These strategic questions relate to business systems agility and resilience in disruptive, emergent and dynamic circumstances; and the optimal capital allocation strategies and capital structure of a business enterprise-the appropriate mix of debt and equity that maximizes the return on investment and shareholders’ wealth while minimizing the weighted average cost of capital (WACC), simultaneously.

While disruptions often reveal the potential vulnerabilities of business systems, processes, and procedures, they also provide insights into business agility- capacity for rapid change and for flexibility in operations and resilience- ability to anticipate, recover from disruptions, emergencies, withstand or recover quickly from difficult and adverse conditions. Clearly, effective capital allocation strategy is vital to a sound business strategy designed to maximize the wealth producing capacity of the enterprise. In these series on optimal capital allocation strategies, we will focus on business systems and processes agility and resilience and provide some practical guidance. The overriding purpose of this article is to highlight some key portfolio of CFOs as we ponder industry best practices in business systems agility and resilience. For specific financial management strategies please consult a competent professional.

Affiliate Marketing Strategy – Business Plans, Time Management and Good Advice

April 13th, 2022

As any serious, successful affiliate marketer knows, if you want to build an online business you have to be prepared to work hard, do your research and learn the trade from reputable sources.

You Get Out, What You Put In.

That may come as a shock to many and could well be the exact opposite of what you have been told.

If you are serious about making money with affiliate marketing you should be prepared to put in the hours and plan for long-term success. If you think you can just set up a free blog and watch the money come rolling in you are setting yourself up for a big disappointment.

Anyone can make money online but it takes determination and a well researched marketing strategy. The truth is, if you really are looking to make a career from working at home and creating an online business then you should prepare for hard work, especially in the early stages.

Before you begin any internet enterprise it is always prudent to formulate a sound plan of action. Write down what your goals are and then detail each stage of your campaign, giving each stage a time frame. This is important as it helps you to schedule and manage your time accordingly, not to mention efficiently.

Time management is one of the hardest aspects of working from home. If you are in a regular job, you know when you start and finish, you have clear deadlines and probably a boss nagging you for completion. Once you become your own boss you will have to work hard to drive yourself to complete your own targets on time. It will be all too easy to slack off and spend the day playing golf or whatever it is you enjoy.

Just remember it is not your boss’s money you are squandering now…it is yours!

You can take a lot of effort and stress out of the initial set-up of your affiliate marketing business by acquiring a professional how-to guide. But be careful what you get you information from – choosing the wrong guide can cripple your efforts and set you back months.

If you elect to seek advice then look for a reputable product that is well established and will teach you everything from basics to more advanced affiliate techniques.

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