Business Project

Business Administration
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- Olinda Maria dos Santos Sequeira

Doesn´t exist, however is necessary Basic concepts of management.

The students should acquire skills to promote learning through practical experience and be able to use theoretical tools to prepare and evaluate an investment project.

1. introduction

1.1. General approach to the program
1.2. How to start a business project
1.3. Classification Project
1.4. Types of investments / projects
2. Implementation of the project
2.1. Characterize company
2.2. Determination of competitive condition and selection strategies
2.2.1. Internationalization
2.2.2. Selection of investments
2.3. Investment project
2.3.1. Objectives
2.3.2. Planned investment
2.3.3. Phases and timing
3. Economic and financial analysis
3.1. Investment plan
3.2. Operating plan
3.3. Financing Plan
3.3.1. Financing sources
3.3.2. Short-term financing
3.3.3. Medium and long term financing
3.3.4. Financial incentives for investment
4. Economic and financial assessment
4.1. Cash flow
4.2. Criteria for dynamic analysis
5. Analysis of risk and uncertainty
5.1. Types of scenarios
5.2. Real options
6. Structuring, drafting and submission of the draft business plan

Evaluation Methodology
Presentation and discussion of the Analysis/Opportunity Plan, the Business Plan and the Final Project Report. 60% Collective evaluation and 40% individual evaluation).

- Costa, H. e Ribeiro, P. (2004). Criação & Gestão de Microempresas & Pequenos Negócios. Lisboa: Lidel-Edições Técnicas
- Cruz, E. (1999). Criar uma Empresa de Sucesso. Lisboa: Edições Sílabo
- Brilman, J. (2000). As Melhores Práticas de Gestão no Centro do Desempenho. Lisboa: Edições Sílabo

Method of interaction
Lectures supported by discussion and case study analysis. Preparation of a business plan with tutorial guidance.

Software used in class