Corporate Value Essay by Champ

Corporate Value
This paper examines the function of corporate value in today's corporations.
# 98356 | 2,825 words | 13 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Sep 19, 2007 in Business (Management) , Business (General)

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The paper explains that corporate value is an objective assessment of how well the company is managed. The paper analyzes the creation, managing, measuring and occurrence of corporate value in the current competitive business environment. The paper shows how defining corporate valuation requires a careful analysis of the corporation's financial data, share holder price, management methods, such as communication, and the overall manner in which the corporation is run.

Measuring Corporate Valuation
Creating Corporate Value
Managing Corporate Value

From the Paper:

"In recent years, competition among corporations involved in all sectors of business industries has dramatically increased, bolstering the significance placed on "corporate value." With increased competition and greater awareness among investors, new and innovative ways of measuring corporate performance are being developed (Girotra, 2001). These corporations have recognized the need for customer-driven quality, which can only be implemented through a strong, adaptable, and effective form of management. As a result, corporations must be committed to create, manage, and measure corporate value as a determination of the business' financial success or failure."

Sample of Sources Used:

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  • Girotra, A. (2000) Economic Value Added (EVA): A New Flexible Tool for Measuring Corporate Performance. Global Journal of Flexible Systems Management, Jan-Mar. edition.

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