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Cash Flow Management and Financial Management


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Full course description




2-3 Hours






What you'll learn:

Learn about cash flow and financial management. Learners will examine concepts such as time value of money and tools such as net present value that will help to identify whether a project is financially viable and/or worth the investment. In addition, learners will be able to differentiate the types and sources of project financing and how it adds value.

Learning Objectives:

By the end of this course, learners will be able to:

  • Explain the importance of cash flow to a project’s success
  • Define capital cost, operating cost, and break-event point
  • Differentiate the types and sources of project financing
  • Explain the value of project cost management and the financing aspect of it
  • Analyze the significant deviations between actual and planned expenditure

What you'll do:

View lecture videos, annotate accompanying book chapters and submit final quiz.

Who this course is designed for:

Anyone interested in learning about Quality Management

Required Materials - Perusall access to

  • Venkataraman, R. and Pinto, J. (2008) Cost and Value Management in Projects, 1e, Wiley (ISBN 9781118174180)


Meet the instructor

L. Terken Gupur - Instructor

Terken Gupur is a full-time instructor at the Faculty of Leadership and Integrative Studies at ASU She holds a bachelor's degree in Management and a master's in International Relations. She is working towards her doctorate in Planning, Governance, and Globalization at Virginia Tech. Prior to teaching at ASU, she worked as a researcher at a think tank in Turkey, as a legislative fellow at the House of Representatives in D.C., as a director of global water and energy consulting firm, and as a communications and policy director at an intercultural NGO.