Description - Creating Value by Shiv Mathur
'Creating Value through Business Strategy' is the new edition of 'Creating Value: Shaping Tomorrow's Business', winner of the MCA price for best management in 1997. This new edition provides constructive guidelines to readers to open their minds to the challenges of creating value. It extends and updates the reasons for the choice of the individual offering as the strategy unit and intensifies and extends the challenges to standard approaches and conventional thinking. Updates to all the material from the first edition are included and new examples have been added throughout.
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(234mm x 156mm x 20mm)
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Author Biography - Shiv Mathur
Shiv S. Mathur MSc, PhD (London Business School) is Emeritus Fellow at Cass Business School, where he was founder director of the Centre for the Study of Financial Institutions. He has held appointments at London Business School and was a visiting professor at Georgetown University. A former corporate planner, he has written several articles on marketing and strategy and is co-author of 'Creating Value: Shaping Tomorrow's Business' (Butterworth-Heinemann, 1997, 2e 2001), which won the Management Consultancies' Association's prize for the best management book of 1997. Alfred Kenyon: MA Oxon (PPE), Chartered Accountant (FCA) and Fellow of the Association of Corporate Treasurers (FCT). After a career in industrial financial management, he taught MBA students for twelve years at Cass Business School. He published two books on currency risk management with Wiley and Blackwell's and co-authored several articles on strategy with Shiv Mathur, together with 'Creating Value: Shaping Tomorrow's Business' (Butterworth-Heinemann, 1997, 2e 2001), which won the Management Consultancies' Association's prize for the best management book of 1997. He died in 2006.