Working Capital is the life blood of every business entity a firm is required to maintain a balance between liquidity and profitability while conducting its day to day operations. Liquidity is a condition to ensure that firms are able to meet its short-term obligations and its continued flow can be guaranteed from a profitable venture. To be effective working capital requires a clear specification of the objective to be achieved. Little attention has been paid to working capital management, despite the fact that many companies see such activities at the core of their profitability. This Research examines the implications of a corporation's working capital management in Ghana Post Company Limited.
Mr Andrews Salakpi is a Lecturer in the University for Development Studies(UDS), in the school of Business and and Law, located in Ghana West Africa. He has lectured for the past four years in both post Graduate and Undergraduate levels in (UDS). Some of the courses he lecturers are Financial Accounting and Financial Management