Strategic Value Management: A Dynamic Perspective

Marek Jabłoński (Editor)
WSB University Poznań, Faculty Chorzów, Poland

Series: Business Issues, Competition and Entrepreneurship
BISAC: BUS041000

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The issue of value-based management is present in many areas of business and management. Value as an economic category determines strategic choices, the investment attractiveness of business models, competitive advantage, and the effectiveness and efficiency of the organization. Value is a key factor that determines the occurrence of business transactions. It is subject to valuation in terms of company purchases and sales, mergers or restructuring.

It determines the rationality of designing business models. A value proposition is a factor that determines whether a company with a particular business model will succeed or not. Value is also important in non-profit organizations and building smart cities. It is everywhere. The exchange of value is the basis for an economic and social approach to the modern economy. The dynamic perspective of value-based management is particularly evident in the emergence of new concepts related to the Digital Economy. New trends in value migration, value capture, and value retention are the features of a network economy, where the exchange of value has not only an economic aspect, but a social aspect above all.

Difficulties in valuing companies in the digital economy are unambiguous. Intangible values are currently a decisive factor in shaping the approach to building new and innovative business models. The reason for deciding to produce a book entitled Strategic Value Management and the Dynamic Perspective was due to the great interest in scientific research concerning this area. Substantial needs in the field of discovering the determinants responsible for effective value-based management also result from the needs of business practice. Therefore, the monograph issued to the readers is highly interdisciplinary. It presents the findings of scientific research and the analyses of authors from many research centers. The authors of individual chapters, indicating modern trends and directions of the development of value-based management, prove how broad the concept is and how important it is in terms of contemporary management.

This book is intended for management theoreticians and business practitioners interested in effective value-based management in a dynamically changing environment. It can also be an inspiration for business consultants in terms of the implementation of the modern concepts of value-based management in modern companies.

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Preface

Chapter 1. Storytelling in the Evaluation of the Investment Attractiveness and the Valuation of Business Models
(Marek Jabłoński, Associate Professor, WSB University in Poznan, Scientific Institute of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Faculty in Chorzow, Poland)

Chapter 2. The Impact of Organizational DNA on the Robustness of Business Models
(Adam Jabłoński, Associate Professor, WSB University in Poznan, Scientific Institute of Management, Faculty in Chorzów, Poland)

Chapter 3. Managing the Virtual Values of E-Business Models
(Marek Jabłoński and Piotr Janulek, Scientific Institute of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, WSB University Poznań, Faculty in Chorzów, Poland)

Chapter 4. The Term and the Essence of Value
(Ryszard Borowiecki, Barbara Siuta-Tokarska and Tomasz Kusio, The University of Dąbrowa Górnicza, Poland, Cracow University of Economics, Poland)

Chapter 5. Research-Oriented Value as the Imperative of Strategic Management
(Ryszard Borowiecki, Tomasz Kusio and Barbara Siuta-Tokarska, University of Dąbrowa Górnicza, Poland, and others)

Chapter 6. Value-Based Management in the Largest Companies Listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange
(Dariusz Zarzecki, Department of Investment and Business Valuation, Institute of Management and Investment, University of Szczecin, Szczecin, Poland)

Chapter 7. A Dynamic Perspective of Strategic Value Management in Banking
(Krzysztof Koj and Emília Zimková, Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, WSB University in Poznań, Faculty in Chorzów, Chorzów, Poland)

Chapter 8. Different Aspects of a Notion “Value” as an Element of Communication with Shareholders in Companies Annual Reports: The Natural Language Processing Analysis
Janusz Nesterak and Przemysław Radziszewski, Associate Professor, Department of Economics and Organization of Enterprises, Cracow University of Economics, Cracow, Poland)

Chapter 9. The Sustainable Value Management and Intellectual Capital Implications: A Study within the B-Corporations
(Monia Castellini and Marzano Marianna, Department of Economics and Management, University of Ferrara, Ferrara, Italy)

Chapter 10. Human Capital Components and Their Influence on the Customer Value Creation
(Marcela Kovaľová, Ladislav Klement, Lenka Hvolková and Vladimíra Klementová, Department of Corporate Economics and Management, Matej Bel University, Banská Bystrica, Slovak Republic)

Chapter 11. Strategic Partnership in Research, Education and Business: Value Measurements
(Olena Hrebeshkova, Olena Kyzenko and Oleksii Grebeshkov, Kyiv National Economics University Vadym Hetman, Kyiv, Ukraine)

Chapter 12. Identification of the High Potential Managers through the Learning Agility Concept as a Factor of Strategic Value Management
(Lukasz Fojutowski, PhD, Kinga Mann and Ginta Krivma, Department of Social Sciences, Collegium Da Vinci, Poznan, Poland)

Chapter 13. Creating Value for Customers
(Agnieszka Bitkowska, Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland)

Chapter 14. Synthetic Assessment of Customer Value on the Example of the Beer Market
(Wiesława Caputa PhD, Izabela Krawczyk-Sokołowska PhD, and Emilia Škorecovă, PhD, Department of Accounting, Faculty of Management, School of Banking, Poznań, Poland)

Chapter 15. Customer Value Management in the Context of Quality Management of Medical Services
(Ewa Popławska, PhD, Department of Management, WSB University in Poznan, Faculty in Chorzow, Poland)

Chapter 16. Multicriterial Models Used in Measurement and Evaluation of an Enterprise’s Value Chain Efficiency
(Jolanta Walas-Trębacz, PhD, Department of Management Process, Faculty of Management, Cracow University of Economics, Cracow, Poland)

Chapter 17. Business Process Management in Value Perspective
(Agnieszka Bitkowska, Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland)

Chapter 18. Thermodynamic Analogies in the Personal Value Field of Microentrepreneurs
(Piotr Barczak, SGH Institute of Enterprise, Warsaw, Poland)

Chapter 19. Success Factors of Virtual System Suppliers in a Case Study of BRINK GMBH and Its Suppliers
(Tadeusz Waściński, Katarzyna Anna Wójcik and Norbert G. Brink, Faculty of Management of the Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland, and others)

Chapter 20. Longtime Assessment of the Effects of Employees Reduction in the Steel Industry in Poland: Measurement in Categories of Work Efficiency and Labour Costs
(Bożena Gajdzik Department of Production Engineering, Silesian University of Technology, Katowice, Poland)

Chapter 21. Key Performance Indicators for Value Assessment for Non-Profit Organization
(Radosław Wolniak, PhD, and Damian Hadryś, PhD, Faculty of Organization and Management, Silesian University of Technology, Zabrze, Poland)

Chapter 22. Public Value in the Activities of the Polish Post Office, the First Designated Operator in the European Union Selected in the Course of a Competition
(Marek Wróbel, PhD, and Maciej Lewandowski, PhD, Institute of Logistics, WSB University in Poznan, Faculty in Chorzow, Poland)

Chapter 23. Knowledge Management as a Factor that Influences the Entrepreneurship of Companies
(Ewa Stroińska, Department of Management, University of Social Sciences, Lodz, Poland)

Chapter 24. Mobility, Accessibility, and Security as the Three Pillars of Strategic Value Management for European Cities and Their Functional Zones
(Maja Fojud and Artur Fojud, Faculty of Engineering Management, Poznan University of Technology, Poznan, Poland)

Chapter 25. The Role of the Strategic Information System in Creating Values
(Grażyna Paulina Wójcik, PhD, University of Finance and Management in Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland)

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