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Translating Strategy into Shareholder Value : A Company-Wide Approach to Value Creation.

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Author/Creator:
Trotta, Raymond J.
Publication:
Nashville : AMACOM, 2003.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (273 pages)
Subjects:
Corporations -- Finance.
Corporations -- Valuation.
Value.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Summary:
Too often there are serious missed signals between a company's stated goals and the methods employed to try to reach them. Translating Strategy into Shareholder Value is a unique look at how the planning process relates to the achievement of shareholder value, and ways to ensure that the two directly complement each other.
Contents:
Cover
Contents
Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Part 1: Introduction to Strategic Alternatives
Chapter 1: Value and Value Proposition
What Is Value?
Book Value
Market Value
Intrinsic Value
Understanding the Value Proposition: How Is Value Created?
Revenue Increase and Maintenance
Competitive Repositioning
Efficiency
Conclusion
Chapter 2: External Strategic Alternatives
Mergers and Acquisitions
Outsourcing
Conclusion
Chapter 3: Internal Strategic Alternatives
Information Technology
Business Process Reengineering
Conclusion
Part 2: The Macro View
Chapter 4: The Economic Filter
What Is Market Demand and Why Is It Important?
Economic Factors that Drive Market Demand
Resource Availability: Land, Labor, Capital, and Technology
Validation of Strategic Alternatives Using the Economic Screen Alignment with Market Demand
Equivalence of Response
Conclusion
Chapter 5: The Strategic Filter
Introduction to the Strategic Filter
The Porter Model
Using the Porter Model to Drive Value
The Balanced Scorecard
Using the Balanced Scorecard to Drive Value
Conclusion
Part 3: The Operational Filter
Chapter 6: Introduction to Operational Filter
Chapter 7: DuPont Model
Introduction to the DuPont Model
Cash Flow Margin
Asset Turnover
A Combination of Factors
Financial Leverage
A Comprehensive Example
Strengths of the DuPont Model
Conclusion
Chapter 8: Activity-Based Management
Attaching Costs to Your Business Process
Building an ABM Model
Strengths of ABM
Weaknesses of ABM
Using ABC Make Strategic Decisions
Conclusion
Part 4: The Valuation Filter
Chapter 9: Regression Analysis
An Overview of Regression Analysis
Why Use Regression Analysis?
Types of Regression Analysis.
The Regression Analysis Process
Interpreting Regression Analysis Results
Applying Regression Analysis: A Case Example
Regression-Based Forecasting Using the DuPont Model
Conclusion
Chapter 10: Components of Value
Cash Flow
Benefits
Costs
Noncash Items: Impact of Taxes on Cash Flows
Risk Analysis
Recognition of Benefits
Timing
Cost Overruns
Accounting for Risk in Shareholder Value Analysis
Conclusion
Chapter 11: Valuation
Portfolio of Analytical Tools
Discounted Cash Flow Analysis (DCF): The Analytical Foundation
Applying DCF Analysis
Assessing Value Under Uncertain Conditions
Financial Modeling Techniques
Conclusion
Final Thoughts
The Dark Side of Valuation
Organizational Considerations
Process Issues
Bibliography
Index
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Local notes:
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Contributor:
Hudick, James P.
Other format:
Print version: Trotta, Raymond J. Translating Strategy into Shareholder Value
ISBN:
9780814429334
9780814405642
OCLC:
923565287
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