The one sure thing about financial projections is that they will be wrong—perhaps by only a little, or perhaps by a lot. But managers must still make decisions. In fact, making no decision is really a type of decision—a choice to do nothing.
In your initial post, answer this question: How can you explain the uncertainties in financial projections without scaring your audience?
Your responses to other students’ posts should constructively critique their explanations. Support your initial posts and response posts with sound reasoning and relevant examples.
Refer to the Discussion Rubric for directions on completing these discussions.