Choose a product to manufacture and describe the manufacturing process
When deciding whether to undertake a capital budgeting project, there are several factors that should be considered. The first is the expected return on the investment which can be determined by calculating the net present value (NPV) of the project and comparing it to other potential investments or projects. Other considerations include an analysis of any associated risks such as market uncertainty or environmental concerns which could affect profitability in the long run. Additionally, one should consider both short-term and long-term implications for cash flows as well as identify any potential sources of financing if needed.
It is also important to evaluate how this decision would impact other areas within the organization such as customer service or employee morale. Finally, one should consider any legal or regulatory issues that may arise from this project and determine how they will be addressed prior to making a final decision.