When it comes to increasing shareholder value, the management team faces difficult issues in executing growth strategies. The authors explore the three most important shareholder value management factors: managing not only for current operations but for future growth; accounting for and managing intangible assets, one of the key drivers of value in today’s economy; and deciding where to invest resources given the inability of current tools to provide a reliable link between investments and the creation of shareholder value.
Ballow, J., Burgman, R. and Molnar, M. (2004), "Managing for shareholder value: intangibles, future value and investment decisions", Journal of Business Strategy, Vol. 25 No. 3, pp. 26-34. https://doi.org/10.1108/02756660410536973Download as .RIS
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