Managing value based management, Strategic Management

Q. Managing value based management?

  • Strategic selection of projects that create high shareholder wealth.
  • Resource allocation and funding should have a recognised opportunity cost.
  • Performance targets clearly communicated.
  • Reward linked and correlated to performance targets.
  • Change management to facilitate implementation.
  • Review of VBM system for continuous improvement.
Posted Date: 8/9/2013 2:11:27 AM | Location : United States

Related Discussions:- Managing value based management, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Managing value based management, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Managing value based management Discussions

Write discussion on Managing value based management
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Procedural History: The plaintiff filed an action for negligence under Texas law  and  the trial  court granted summary judgment in favor of the defendants.  All you are d

Question: (a) The Bath-Tub curve is an important tool for understanding the reliability of engineering components in many different applications. It is viewed as a hazard funct

Ask question #Minimum 100 words accepted What is the value of studying the humanities in a business or technical curriculum? How might a topic such as ancient art enhance contempor

Differences of EVA and RI EVA uses the replacement not historical accounting cost of assets. Profit calculated under both methods are different e.g. with EVA the repla

how has quantitative analysis changed the current scenario in the management world today?

You are an asset manager for a large public utility organisation. The organisation has a range of assets, ranging from major distributors to minor assets directly serving users (fo

What Is Strategy? 1. A company's strategy is management's game plan for how to grow up the business, how to attract & please customers, how to compete effectively, how to cond

The long-term cash-making capability of the company

Q. Limitations of using balanced scorecard? - Historical performance analysis is no guide to the future. - Manipulation or 'massaging' of performance measures by management,