Value Based Management - 2nd Edition - ISBN: 9781859714621, 9780080950181

Value Based Management

2nd Edition

Authors: Robert Scarlett
Paperback ISBN: 9781859714621
eBook ISBN: 9780080950181
Imprint: CIMA Publishing
Published Date: 15th June 2001

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Description

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.

Key Features

  • Provides an overview of value-based management in a concise and accessible format
  • Incorporates case studies and journal articles alongside ground breaking research papers
  • Perfect for the practitioner pressed for time but needing to keep up to date

Readership

For the qualified practitioner who wishes to update his/her knowledge through the study of a selection of current writings.

Table of Contents

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.

Details

Language:
English
Copyright:
© CIMA Publishing 2001
Published:
Imprint:
CIMA Publishing
eBook ISBN:
9780080950181
Paperback ISBN:
9781859714621

About the Author

Robert Scarlett

Affiliations and Expertise

Durham University

Reviews

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.