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prof. dr. S. David Young

prof. dr. S. David Young

Link corporate strategy to finance-based valuation models
Talen : Engels, Frans

  • Categorieën

  • Economie & Financiën
    • Financieel Management
  • Management
  • Inzetbaarheid

  • Lezing
  • Consultant/Trainer
  • Onderwerpen

  • Value Based Management
  • The Strategy-Finance Interface
  • Financial Literacy
  • Executive Compensation
  • Corporate Financial Reporting
  • Financial Accounting
  • Financial Management and Analysis

Professor at INSEAD, S. David Young holds a PhD from the University of Virginia and is both a Certified Public Accountant (USA) and a Chartered Financial Analyst. Throughout the early and mid-1990s, Professor Young devoted most of his efforts to Central and Eastern Europe. His research on economies in transition appeared in a variety of academic and professional journals. He directed INSEAD's public executive program, Strategies for Eastern Europe, taught an MBA elective course on the same

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Professor at INSEAD, S. David Young holds a PhD from the University of Virginia and is both a Certified Public Accountant (USA) and a Chartered Financial Analyst. Throughout the early and mid-1990s, Professor Young devoted most of his efforts to Central and Eastern Europe. His research on economies in transition appeared in a variety of academic and professional journals. He directed INSEAD's public executive program, Strategies for Eastern Europe, taught an MBA elective course on the same topic, and served as an advisor to many private companies and supranational organizations. Since 1996, Professor Young's interests have focused mainly on value based management and how companies can align their management systems to promote the creation of shareholder value. His major work in this area, EVA and Value Based Management: A Practical Guide to Implementation (McGraw-Hill, 2001), combines the latest thinking on value based management with his own experiences in working with value-driven companies. He has conducted seminars on these subjects in many venues, including Amsterdam, Berlin, Dublin, Lisbon, London, Singapore, and Tokyo. He has also served as an advisor to several European, Asian, and North American companies. Professor Young's interests also include corporate financial reporting. His work in this area includes Profits You Can Trust: Spotting and Surviving Accounting Landmines (Financial Times Prentice Hall, 2003). This book is targeted at investors, securities analysts, board members and others who need to decipher financial reports, providing them with concrete guidance and advice on detecting misleading accounting practices. His most recent book, Attracting Investors: A Marketing Approach to Finding Funds for Your Business (John Wiley & Sons, 2004) shows how companies of all sizes can employ a rigorous marketing-based approach to improve their competitiveness in the capital markets. Current book projects include an examination of how to link corporate strategy to finance-based valuation models, and how companies can create management compensation programs that promote value-creating behavior at the lowest possible cost to shareholders. His recent work on compensation has appeared in the Harvard Business Review and the Journal of Applied Corporate Finance.

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Attracting investors

Title:
 
Attracting investors
Subtitle:
 
A Marketing Approach to Finding Funds for Your Business
Author:
 
S. David Young, Philip Kotler, Hermawan Kartajaya
Publisher:
 
John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Book:
 
Hardcover, 256 pages
ISBN:
 
978-04-716-4656-3
 
 
 

If you are an entrepreneur looking for your first investors, or a business owner or CFO seeking a new source of capital, you need to market your company to investors. Here, renowned marketing expert and bestselling author Philip Kotler, along with marketing consultant Hermawan Kartajaya and INSEAD professor S. David Young, offers essential guidance for capital seekers who understand that capital raising has largely moved from a finance function to a marketing function.

Accurately identifying your target investor and effectively highlighting the strengths of your business are now critical to securing the support your business needs. From early-stage financing to borrowing money to issuing stock, 'Attracting Investors' shows you how to market you self and your business to raise funds, and explains why marketing is the key to successful capital raising.

This comprehensive book will be essential for small start-ups, as well as established firms looking for new funding sources. The capital game has changed, and 'Attracting Investors' is your guide to the new rules.

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EVA and Value-Based Management

Title:
 
Eva and Value-Based Management
Subtitle:
 
A Practical Guide to Implementation
Author:
 
S. David Young
Publisher:
 
McGraw-Hill
Book:
 
Hardcover, 493 pages
ISBN:
 
978-00-713-6439-3
 
 
 

Economic Value Added (EVA) and Value Based Management (VBM), despite persistent claims to the contrary, are not magic wands, guaranteeing instant success. Instead, they are a set of management tools — powerful tools, to be sure, proven to work in case after case — for creating and augmenting shareholder values.

And as with any tools, users will achieve the greatest success only by learning and understanding both their strengths and weaknesses. 'EVA and Value-Based Management' is the first book to fully explain all sides of EVA and VBM, and to cover the critical factors in harnessing EVA and VBM to build shareholder value. It provides in-depth coverage of the key steps in implementing EVA, including:

  • Determining the cost of capital
  • Using accounting adjustments to make EVA a better measure of performance
  • Identifying value drivers to guide performance improvement
  • Tying management compensation to EVA


The sustained creation of shareholder value doesn’t happen by accident — it happens because companies plan for it. Let 'EVA and Value-Based Management' give you the clear, concise, and up-to-date information you need on EVA and VBM — what they are, why they work, and how they can work for you — and then show you how to use that information to reach your own informed conclusions.

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Profits You Can Trust

Title:
 
Profits You Can Trust
Author:
 
S. David Young, H. David Sherman, Harris Collingwood
Publisher:
 
Pearson Education, Inc.
Book:
 
Hardcover, 171 pages
ISBN:
 
978-01-310-0196-1
 
 
 
 

'Profits You Can Trust' demystifies global financial reporting for managers, board members, lenders, audit partners, analysts, and investors alike.

Long before the Enron implosion, H. David Sherman and S.David Young exposed the techniques of dishonest financial reporting in a much-discussed Harvard Business Review article. In this book, they expand upon those ideas to present a complete framework for accurate financial reporting. Along with author Harris Collingwood, they systematically identify areas of unacceptable risk, and offer detailed guidance on both reporting strategy and communication.

Every chapter is illuminated with non-technical, easy-to-understand examples. You’ll find specific questions to ask — and actions to take — to enhance your firm's financial credibility, strengthen your personal financial literacy, and avoid detonating the accounting landmines that can destroy your business or your investments.