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Inclusive Value Measurement

Managing and integrating diverse sources of value:

Summary of M'Pherson's IVM. Abstract

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Professor P.K. M'Pherson

Books

 

Edvinsson, Corporate Longitude

Kaplan, Norton, The Strategy- Focused Organization

Standfield, Intangible Management

Lev, Intangibles: Management, Measurement, and Reporting

Smith, Valuation of Intellectual Property and Intangible Assets

 

Try also: Kaplan Norton Balanced Scorecard Edvinsson Intellectual Capital  Intangibles Valuation Valuing Intangibles Baruch Lev Managing for Value Shareholder Value Stakeholder Value

 'IVM' stands for Inclusive Value Measurement.  IVM breaks new ground to take value streams over and above financial ones.  This allows Inclusive Value Measurement to provide a way to manage and integrate diverse sources of value.  With Inclusive Value Measurement, all aspects of value can be measured, combined, integrated and managed, including intangible assets and processes - in a way that is valid and reliable. Inclusive Value Measurement can be used to:

  • Optimize Value for Money for businesses, services and projects

  • Manage Cost-Benefit Analysis and Life-cycle Cost-Effectiveness design projects

  • Account properly for Intangible Value, such as: Intellectual Capital, Reputation and Information

  • Establish the monetary equivalent of value contributions accruing from Intangible Assets

  • Provide a modeling environment for Strategic Decision-making and Complexity Management

  • Conduct and visualize complex trade-offs between costs and benefits

  • Act as a valid measuring instrument for Business Value

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Valuing Intangibles

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