"Why is it that the average business captures less than 20 percent of its potential? Why is this underperformance so pervasive, and what’s keeping these organizations from truly maximizing their shareholder value?
Based on extensive research and featuring case studies, tools, and practical techniques, this practical handbook explains how all strategic decisions must be considered from four closely integrated perspectives: that of the business model, the company’s portfolio of holdings, its financial structure, and the efficiency and efficacy of its management and operations. The book presents a step-by-step methodology for implementing a Value Structure System, enabling readers to identify, create, and capture the maximum value of their company by synchronizing the different essential components. Readers will learn how to:
• Use a single value measure throughout all decision making
• Immediately execute their own Value Structure Optimization (VSO) program
• Perform diagnostic exercises quantifying risk, and prepare immediate action plans"
|Product dimensions:||6.26(w) x 9.48(h) x 0.99(d)|
|Age Range:||17 Years|
About the Author
"Raymond L. Manganelli (New York, NY) is a Senior Managing Director of Strategic Decision Group (SDG) and the author of The Reengineering Handbook
Brian W. Hagen (Menlo Park, CA) is the Managing Partner of SDG’s Value Delivery Practice."
Table of Contents
"Chapter 1: The Enigma of Corporate Value
Chapter 2: Managing Value as a System
Chapter 3: Starting with Strategy
Chapter 4: Treating Asset Portfolios as Portfolios
Chapter 5: Financial Measurement and Structure
Chapter 6: Organization and Operations
Chapter 7: The Final Frontier
Chapter 8: Appendices"