Why Value Based Management Goes Wrong

The authors introduce and describe a relatively new approach to management entitled Value Based Management which is concerned with creating long term value for shareholders by matching or exceeding their expectations.

Why ValueBased Management Goes Wrong

Managing For Value

Simon CourtValue Partnership Matt DaviesATCandPaul NewCompete to Win

The drive to put the interest of shareholders at the top of the corporate agenda results from two main factors. First, it is a response to 'conglomeratitus', the decadesold diversification disease that for many companies has achieved little other than topline growth; and second, it has been championed by an institutional investment community that has become much less tolerant of mediocre performance and much more willing to apply pressure to have management replaced whenever it deems performance to...

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