Scenario Planning For Brexit

Facilitator

Rory Coll

Type

Short Programme

Published

01/09/2017

Understand the immediate impact of your operational decisions on Business Strategy, Profitability and Cash Flow .

This programme will help participants to consider and plan for the financial impacts of possible Brexit scenarios on your company’s profitability, cash flow, and growth.  Utilising our award winning Zodiak business game, the one-day workshop will allow you to see the immediate impact of various scenarios on your profits and cash flow.

Do you know how the following scenarios may affect your business growth?

  • Over dependency on the UK Market
  • Uncertainty about exchange rates
  • Supply chain volatility (freight, logistics, raw material cost, interruptions)
  • Increased tariffs and taxes
  • Loss of key customers and suppliers

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Rory Coll

Rory Coll

Managing Director

Rory has worked with a large number of SME and publicly quoted companies both as a business mentor and as a trainer. As a manager in KPMG, Galway he worked extensively with SME clients in the West of Ireland. Rory now runs his own business and understands the challenges faced by SME owners/managers.

Some of the organisations he has worked with include, Proxy Biomedical, Kingfisher Health Clubs, Creganna Medical, ICE Cube, Bord Na Mona, Central Bank, PZ Cussons, McKinsey, Pernod Ricard, Medtronic, Essilor, Xilinx, Dow Corning and Continental AG.

Rory is Master certified to facilitate Zodiak® – the game of business and has facilitated over 200 Discovery learning sessions for both local and global companies.

Rory is a graduate of NUI Galway and also a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland. (FCA)

Programme delivered in partnership with Paradigm Learning

Learning Programme Specifications

Programme Business Objectives
This innovative and highly interactive programme will support you to:

  •  Understand important financial drivers of your organization, aligned to your company vision, strategy and goals
  • Consider and plan for the financial impacts of possible Brexit scenarios on your firm profitability, cash flow and growth
  • Understand how strategic initiatives like supply chain management, quality/ process improvements, new product development and capital investments can impact on the profitability and cash flow of your organisation
  • Describe the importance of critical investments for the future, including research and development, balanced with the competing need to reduce expenses and maximise profits
  • Generate a Profit and Loss, Balance Sheet and Cash Flow statement for your business
  • Explain the relationship and differences between profit and cash, including the importance of monitoring cash flow
Learning Approach, Facilities and Support
Beginning with a Pre-Workshop Questionnaire to assist you to explore your current Brexit position, this is submitted to your facilitator for background information and to make him aware of your needs in advance of the workshop. After the workshop there will be a Follow up ‘Connections’ Advisory Session with your facilitator to support your implementation challenges.
Module Content
This programme will help participants to consider and plan for the financial impacts of possible Brexit scenarios on your company’s profitability, cash flow, and growth.  Utilising our award winning Zodiak business game, the one-day workshop will allow you to see the immediate impact of various scenarios on your profits and cash flow.
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Course Resources
When you logon to our Learning Management System, you will be provided with a relevant toolkit as part of the course as well as additional online resources and suggested extra reading materials.  You will need to undertake the pre-course questionnaire.

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