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ISBN:
0471978787
Author:
Mark C. Scott
Category:
Finance
Language:
English
Publisher:
Wiley; 1 edition (January 19, 1998)
Pages:
272 pages
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1705 kb
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1208 kb
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1346 kb
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Rating:
4.7
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Mark C. Scott value drivers How does my company actually work? How do I become a better manager? How can I fit these pieces together to get ahead? The Manager's Guide to Driving Corporate Value Creation These questions are answered in this book. Mark Scott has created an easy-to-understand visual framework and the practical tools that will enhance any manager's performance. He teaches you how to recognize what your own organization does well and what it does badly. The tools provided will help you make crucial improvements in your own area of responsibility within your organization.

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Built around an easy-to-understand visual framework, this book is a no-nonsense guide to understanding the business relationships within your organization, managing more effectively and putting yourself ahead of your peers. The author aims to teach readers how to recognize what their own organization does well and does badly, then provides the hands-on management tools for enhancing its performance.

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The Managers Guide to Driving Corporate Value Creation These questions are answered in this book. Mark Scott has created an easy-to-understand visual framework and the practical tools that will enhance any managers performance

The Managers Guide to Driving Corporate Value Creation These questions are answered in this book. Mark Scott has created an easy-to-understand visual framework and the practical tools that will enhance any managers performance.

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3. Description this book Paperback. In a decade where most management books wax lyrical on consulting fads for the boardroom. it focuses on the solid. unglamorous but essential ground of helping managers and employees diagnose performance and take action for themselves

Mark C. Scott value drivers How does my company actually work? How do I become a better manager? How can I fit these pieces together to get ahead? The Manager's Guide to Driving Corporate Value Creation These questions are answered in this book. Mark Scott has created an easy-to-understand visual framework and the practical tools that will enhance any manager's performance. He teaches you how to recognize what your own organization does well and what it does badly. The tools provided will help you make crucial improvements in your own area of responsibility within your organization. "In a decade where most management books wax lyrical on consulting fads for the boardroom, it focuses on the solid, unglamorous but essential ground of helping managers and employees diagnose performance and take action for themselves." Martin Sorrell, Chief Executive Officer, WPP Group PLC "Effective strategy is something that is lived everyday by managers at the coal face through a continual process of analysis, learning, refinement and application. This book is a useful primer for time-pressed managers who want to know how to add value to their companies' strategies." Professor John Quelch, Dean, London Business School "Our business is founded on smart, independent thinking professionals helping clients solve complex problems. Any book that can give people better tools to understand these problems is useful. Unlike many I read, this is a useful book." Terence M. Graunke, Chairman, Lighthouse Holdings Inc
  • Shakar
I had to buy this for an MBA class. It is ruthlessly boring. I guess that's the nature of the subject.
  • It's so easy
Awesome book
  • Dark_Sun
This would make a great "airplane" book. It was well-balanced with examples and general facts. It was an easy read but did have some depth to it.
  • Usaxma
I received a totally different book other the pic showed!!!
  • Arilak
Okay book. Cumbersome to read at times.
  • Cobyno
Got this for one of my MBA courses. It was not the most thrilling read. Good information, but a little dry.
  • Mr_NiCkNaMe
I am utterly disappointed. Despite the title and other comforting words on the cover, I had to find out that this book is unfocused and very much written in a fairy tale style.
Particularly, I dislike:
- The "critically acclaimed toolkit" turns out to be series of chapters scratching the surface on how to categorize companies. Chapters have the depth of a professor outlining his course "Strategy 101" in the first lecture.
- Examples seem to be improvised and are definitely of a wordy nature to lengthen the book.
- The graphics provided come very close to "cut and paste" graphics from the Word-drawing toolbar with little change from illustration to illustration. Also, the information conveyed is very generic.
-For the publisher: I don't really understand how such a reputable publisher, let's himself down to advertise this book with the incestuous references from a WPP Group member and a Lighthouse holding affiliate. Both are organisations in which the author had/has high positions.
What might be appreciated:
- Despite all the wordiness of some examples trying to highlight a strategy concept, the book is "readable". Also, with its ca. 250 pages, it might indeed serve as strategy primer (but only for the very uninitiated.)
- For somebody who never touched or heard about the topic of evaluating companies it might be the right introduction. But once the book has been read, there are no reasons to get back to it.
- It might help first year business student to create their table of contents for their first term paper/case study in evaluating a company.
Conclusion: Try to browse this book physically before you order.
I have spent hours pouring over business texts as part of my studies and it is only recently that it occured to me that a pre-condition for business writing is verbosity. Where one word will do it seems that the norm is to write 10! I wouldn't mind if they were wise, witty or otherwise held my interest but for the most part seem to fit the catageory of "padding".
Value Drivers suited me very well because it seeme to highlight the pertinent issues quickly and accurately without going into unnecessary detail. The models introduced have been relevant to a number of the modules on my course including marketing and finance as well as strategy. Since I am interested in marketing then the case study examples given have also been relevant.
In a nutshell a fine example of brevity, clarity and precision. One small niggle. More illustrations, please. Pictures paint etc. My course load would reduce if more books were written in this way!