In this case, students need to determine what financial situation they the company focus on recommended and they also need to decide how best to communicate, explain, and to bring to life these metrics so that the company’s cadre of non-financial easiest to understand middle managers, and internalize the importance of the findings from these conditions. Embedded in this activity, students must: (1) to understand the nature of the company provided insights presented by each of the possible financial indicators, (2) … Read more »

In this case, students need to determine what financial situation they the company focus on recommended and they also need to decide how best to communicate, explain, and to bring to life these metrics so that the company’s cadre of non-financial easiest to understand middle managers, and internalize the importance of the findings from these conditions. Embedded in this activity, students must: (1) to understand the nature of the company supplied presented insights through each of the possible financial indicators, (2) an opinion as to which subset of financial metrics (a) is best for a group of non-financial middle managers and (b) the most representative of the bankers and the interests of shareholders;. and (3) develop a plan for communicating with a group of non-financial, middle managers the subset of financial ratios have selected
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Mark E. Haskins
Source: Darden School of Business
6 pages.
Release Date: 12 June 2006. Prod #: UV1125-PDF-ENG
Maumee Commercial Catering Products, Inc. HBR case solution