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The blue line imperative : what managing for value really means

Author: Kevin Kaiser; S David Young
Publisher: Chichester, West Sussex : John Wiley and Sons, Inc, [2013]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In [this book, Kaiser and Young] teach us how to sustainably grow any organization by uncovering the real drivers to value. They provide important lessons and cautionary tales including sources ranging from Daimler-Benz to the movie Die Hard II, [and] demonstrate how to sustain competitive advantage over the long haul and creating a culture to support. Every decision a company makes either creates it or destroys  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kevin Kaiser; S David Young
ISBN: 9781118510889 1118510887
OCLC Number: 973662065
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xiii, 306 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Contents: Preface --
1. What is value? --
2. The global capital market --
3. The opportunity cost of capital --
4. The expected future free cash flows --
5. Blue line management --
6. Shifting to blue --
7. The hazard of growth --
8. Creating a blue line culture --
9. Trust and hierachy in blue line management --
10. Value and decision-making --
11. Getting net present value right --
12. Becoming a blue line manager --
Appendix: Blue line questions.
Responsibility: Kevin Kaiser and S. David Young.

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"In [this book, Kaiser and Young] teach us how to sustainably grow any organization by uncovering the real drivers to value. They provide important lessons and cautionary tales including sources ranging from Daimler-Benz to the movie Die Hard II, [and] demonstrate how to sustain competitive advantage over the long haul and creating a culture to support. Every decision a company makes either creates it or destroys it. ..."--Back cover.

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