Cash Flow Tip 13 - Projecting Cash Flow and Driving Awareness

Projecting Cash Flow drives awareness, learning, actions and, ultimately, improved cash flow.

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Cash Flow: Tip 13 Projecting Cash Flow - Driving Awareness

“In preparing for battle, I have always found that plans are useless, but planning is indispensable.”

- Dwight D. Eisenhower

This is true whether it is planning for project execution or planning out your cash flow on the project.  

What would it be worth to you to get 17% more out of your capital AND your field productivity?  


Cash Flow
Great cash flow is a key driver of valuation and successful successions. Running out of cash is is the #1 reason contractors fail. Improving cash flow improves your Return on Equity. Protect yourself and never let cash flow be the limitation to your profitable growth....

Cash Flow
Great cash flow is a key driver of valuation and successful successions. Running out of cash is is the #1 reason contractors fail. Improving cash flow improves your Return on Equity. Protect yourself and never let cash flow be the limitation to your profitable growth....

Field Productivity - Talent Differentiation
Contractors can improve their field productivity significantly just through deliberate talent management processes. While the process of continuous forced differentiation seems harsh it is actually the kindest thing you can do for everyone on the team.
Cash Flow and the 5Cs of Credit - Capital
The 2nd of the 5Cs of Credit is how much capital you are putting at risk, along with your financial partner. Contractors should design and follow their own capital management policies appropriate for their business.
Asking Good Questions
The ability to ask good questions will improve your learning, teaching, hiring, selling projects, building projects, and growing your contracting business. The discipline of formulating good questions often answers the original question and many more.