Value Based ManagementBy
- Robert Scarlett, Durham University
Over the last 25 years a disparate body of management techniques has been developed which seeks to ensure that a business process creates the highest possible value for the owners of, and other stakeholders in, that process. The relevant techniques relate to performance evaluation, decision-making, strategy and organisation. The practical application of these techniques is known as 'value-based management'.This text seeks to explore value-based management through a study of writings in newspapers, professional journals, academic publications, and technical manuals. Most writings included are extracts from longer publications or abridged versions of original articles.
For the qualified practitioner who wishes to update his/her knowledge through the study of a selection of current writings.
Published: June 2001
Imprint: Cima Publishing
- Introduction; Shareholder Value Analysis and Economic Value Added; Business Process Re-engineering; The Balanced Scorecard; Activity-based costing and Activity-based management; Total Quality Management; Just-in-time; Benchmarking; Supply Chain Management; A Final Thought.