Factors Influencing the Selection and Use of Value-based Management Tools

By Benjalux Sakunasingha.

Published by The Organization Collection

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This paper examines the relationship between organization size, product life-cycle stage, and market share position, the selection and the use of Value-based management (VBM) and organization performance. Based on a survey of 462 electricals and electronics industry in Thailand, the paper suggests organization size and market share positions are not the factors influencing the selection and the use of VBM in Thailand. In addition, this paper suggested that the selection and the use of VBM tools are more preferable when the product reaches maturity stage. The paper also suggests that greater VBM usage is associated with improved performance, but this relationship does not depend significantly on organization size, market share position, or product life cycle.

Keywords: Value based Management, Shareholder Value, Value Drivers, Performance Measurement Tools, Organization Performance

The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 7, Issue 7, pp.55-68. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 729.302KB).

Dr. Benjalux Sakunasingha

Lecturer, College of Management, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand

Born in Bangkok in 1971, Benjalux earned an MBA in Finance from California State University in 1995 and DBA in Finance from Southern Cross University, Australia in 2006. Today she is a lecturer in finance at the College of Management, Mahidol Univeristy in Thailand. Benjalux particularly interested in Shareholder Value, Value Based Management, Value Drivers, Corporate Governance, and Organization Performance Measurement.


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