What level of management would be involved in making capital investment decisions? Why? Why are these decisions more critical than day-to-day decisions made by individuals and companies?
Typically, it is a "C-level" manager that make capital investment decisions, even if managers and directors may prepare reports and briefs and make the recommendations. The likely "C-level" managers to make these decisions include the CEO (chief executive officer), the CFO (chief financial officers) and the COO (chief operating officer). For IT capital decisions, the CIO (chief information officer) make be involved. The reason such high ...
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