What does value creation mean?
The goal of value creation is undoubtedly linked to the need for growth and development of the enterprise.
The goal of value creation is undoubtedly linked to the need for growth and development of the enterprise. It highlights the long-term effects of business strategies, regardless of their size or industry of the market.
The theory of value states that the enterprise’s purpose is to grow its economic value. It’s a future oriented vision because what matters is no longer the differential revenues and costs, but the potential to produce better and better results.
Guatri states that creating value means increasing the size of the company’s economic capital as an investment.
It therefore seems particularly important to introduce objectives in the company as they boost both a proactive and result oriented mind-set. And if the creation of value is inherent with the needs of growth and development of your company, then it becomes essential that it is shared by all those who have at heart the life of the company, whether they are members, shareholders, managers, employees or workers.
Our task, my commitment, is to help you define your goals and strategy to achieve them. How? Highlighting what, in my opinion, will be the effects, in terms of creation or destruction of value, of the various actions proposed with regard to business prospects.
It takes dedication and a specific action plan to transform your vision, the one you have in your head, into how your company could become.
The issues related to the generational handover lead the entrepreneur to make important decisions. Its planning, to avoid value dispersion and prevent potential conflicts, is one of the topics covered in the “Book of Wisdom”.