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The Value Mandate: Maximizing Shareholder Value across the Corporation epub ebook

by Stephen Neill,Peter J. Clark

The Value Mandate: Maximizing Shareholder Value across the Corporation epub ebook

Author: Stephen Neill,Peter J. Clark
Category: Finance
Language: English
Publisher: AMACOM; 1st edition (January 10, 2001)
Pages: 329 pages
ISBN: 081440605X
ISBN13: 978-0814406052
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 581
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Peter J. Clark (London & New York) is a management consultant with VBM Consulting, a leading international consulting firm

Peter J. Clark (London & New York) is a management consultant with VBM Consulting, a leading international consulting firm. He is the author of Beyond the Deal. Stephen Neill (London) is a principal with VBM Consulting and has extensive experience in value development and the business issues pertaining to creating value. Pete Clark and Steve Neill have written an excellent book on value creation, covering the subject from the viewpoint of each of the major sources of corporate value. My special interest is R&D and innovation, and I find their chapter on why internal development is both mandatory and unaffordable to be an extremely perceptive insight into a major value trap.

Peter J. Clark and Stephen Neill are both partner at VBM Consulting, an international Value Based Management firm.

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ISBN 9780814406052 (978-0-8144-0605-2) Hardcover, AMACOM, 2001.

"Maximize shareholder value"--this has been one of the major, enduring mantras of the business world for the past two decades. But the fact is that most companies aren't even close to maximizing their value; instead they're underperforming by 50 percent!

According to Peter Clark and Stephen Neill, this underachievement is due to weak valuation approaches that fail to fully exploit value development opportunities available in the corporation. In THE VALUE MANDATE they give readers a potent framework for finding those missed chances--and truly maximizing value.

Based on rigorous research and filled with keen analysis, real-world examples, and specific action-steps, THE VALUE MANDATE shows readers how to maximize value in four key areas: supply chain and procurement, marketing and sales, support services/administration, and innovation/R&D.

Along the way they'll learn to: * Recognize and overcome four primary sources of value shortfall * Retain key employees who are "value stars" * Develop effective executive incentive packages, and more.

Reviews (3)
Eyalanev
Pete Clark and Steve Neill have written an excellent book on value creation, covering the subject from the viewpoint of each of the major sources of corporate value. My special interest is R&D and innovation, and I find their chapter on why internal development is both mandatory and unaffordable to be an extremely perceptive insight into a major value trap. Equally valuable is their fine psychological profile of CEO's who try to manage R&D by "managing the R&D manager". Clark and Neill know that "The corporation with a reasonably predictable innovation stream controls its destiny." This book is eminently readable, lively, and quite well-documented.

Utchanat
'Value' has grown up considerably from the time that merely announcing that the company was analyzing some backwards-facing measurement formula wowed the Value Setters. Such half measures never impressed those who determine your corporation's value, and don't now. Steve Neill and I developed this management guide for those CEOs (like some of our clients) with vision AND the guts to pursue those few key actions that make all the difference-- all the difference between merely taking about theorhetical value and tangible corporate value improvement: Managing for MAXIMUM value.

Xtani
Clark and Neill got it right. Should be mandatory reading at all Business Schools.

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