Finding The Core Value

Passion In Action

Author: Azzam Ammar

Publisher: AuthorHouse


Category: Self-Help

Page: 130

View: 657

The formula presented by this book aims to: 1. Help you find what talents and skills you love to practice and show you how you can transform your dreams into clear goals;. 2. Show you some materials that successful people use to achieve their goals;. 3. Provide you with time-management tips that will help you prioritize the required tasks for transforming your life into continuous productivity; and 4. Provide you with a daily planning formula that will help you make daily, weekly, and monthly performance assessments.

The Manual of Ideas

The Proven Framework for Finding the Best Value Investments

Author: John Mihaljevic

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 336

View: 199

Reveals the proprietary framework used by an exclusive community of top money managers and value investors in their never-ending quest for untapped investment ideas Considered an indispensable source of cutting-edge research and ideas among the world's top investment firms and money managers, the journal The Manual of Ideas boasts a subscribers list that reads like a Who's Who of high finance. Written by that publication’s managing editor and inspired by its mission to serve as an "idea funnel" for the world's top money managers, this book introduces you to a proven, proprietary framework for finding, researching, analyzing, and implementing the best value investing opportunities. The next best thing to taking a peek under the hoods of some of the most prodigious brains in the business, it gives you uniquely direct access to the thought processes and investment strategies of such super value investors as Warren Buffett, Seth Klarman, Glenn Greenberg, Guy Spier and Joel Greenblatt. Written by the team behind one of the most read and talked-about sources of research and value investing ideas Reviews more than twenty pre-qualified investment ideas and provides an original ranking methodology to help you zero-in on the three to five most compelling investments Delivers a finely-tuned, proprietary investment framework, previously available only to an elite group of TMI subscribers Step-by-step, it walks you through a proven, rigorous approach to finding, researching, analyzing, and implementing worthy ideas

Forgiveness and Other Acts of Love: Finding True Value in Your Life (Large Print 16pt)

Author: Stephanie Dowrick




Page: 412

View: 127

In this groundbreaking book Stephanie Dowrick reconsiders the six great humane virtues that can literally transform the way we see ourselves and others; the way we meet and move through difficulties or grief; the way that we can newly appreciate and treasure our own and others' gift of life. Starting with the essential quality of courage, Stephanie Dowrick also unpicks and makes newly relevant the timeless qualities of fidelity, restraint, generosity, tolerance and - finally - forgiveness. None of these transformative qualities, as she shows, are learned in the abstract. Until they are brought to life through daily existence they remain nothing but high ideals. But when lived, and especially when lived in the grit of difficult or challenging moments, they are profoundly life giving and supportive. Using a range of stories including her own, together with a rare breadth of psychological and spiritual experience and insight, Stephanie Dowrick offers a book that can illuminate some of life's toughest questions and restore your faith in what really matters.

Finding the Bad Apples in the Barrel: Using the Market Value of Equity to Signal Banking Sector Vulnerabilities

Author: Will Kerry

Publisher: International Monetary Fund


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 29

View: 348

This paper measures the performance of different metrics in assessing banking system vulnerabilities. It finds that metrics based on equity market valuations of bank capital are better than regulatory capital ratios, and other metrics, in spotting banks that failed (bad apples). This paper proposes that these market-based ratios could be used as a surveillance tool to assess vulnerabilities in the banking sector. While the measures may provide a somewhat fuzzy signal, it is better to have a strategy for identifying bad apples, even if sometimes the apples turn out to be fine, than not being able to spot any bad apples before the barrel has been spoiled.

How to Measure Anything

Finding the Value of "Intangibles" in Business

Author: Douglas W. Hubbard

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 287

View: 832

Praise for How to Measure Anything: Finding the Value of Intangibles in Business "I love this book. Douglas Hubbard helps us create a path to know the answer to almost any question in business, in science, or in life . . . Hubbard helps us by showing us that when we seek metrics to solve problems, we are really trying to know something better than we know it now. How to Measure Anything provides just the tools most of us need to measure anything better, to gain that insight, to make progress, and to succeed." -Peter Tippett, PhD, M.D. Chief Technology Officer at CyberTrust and inventor of the first antivirus software "Doug Hubbard has provided an easy-to-read, demystifying explanation of how managers can inform themselves to make less risky, more profitable business decisions. We encourage our clients to try his powerful, practical techniques." -Peter Schay EVP and COO of The Advisory Council "As a reader you soon realize that actually everything can be measured while learning how to measure only what matters. This book cuts through conventional clichés and business rhetoric and offers practical steps to using measurements as a tool for better decision making. Hubbard bridges the gaps to make college statistics relevant and valuable for business decisions." -Ray Gilbert EVP Lucent "This book is remarkable in its range of measurement applications and its clarity of style. A must-read for every professional who has ever exclaimed, 'Sure, that concept is important, but can we measure it?'" -Dr. Jack Stenner Cofounder and CEO of MetraMetrics, Inc.

Superior Customer Value

Finding and Keeping Customers in the Now Economy

Author: Art Weinstein



Category: Consumer satisfaction

Page: 206

View: 683

Superior Customer Value is a state-of-the-art guide to designing, implementing and evaluating a customer value strategy in service, technology and information-based organizations. A customer-centric culture provides focus and direction for an organization, driving and enhancing market performance. By benchmarking the best companies in the world, Weinstein shows students and marketers what it really means to create exceptional value for customers in the Now Economy. Learn how to transform companies by competing via the 5-S framework - speed, service, selection, solutions and sociability. Other valuable tools such as the Customer Value Funnel, Service-Quality-Image-Price (SQIP) framework, SERVQUAL, and the Customer Value/Retention Model frame the reader's thinking on how to improve marketing operations to create customer-centered organizations. This edition features a stronger emphasis on marketing thinking, planning and strategy, as well as new material on the Now Economy, millennials, customer obsession, business models, segmentation and personalized marketing, customer experience management and customer journey mapping, value pricing, customer engagement, relationship marketing and technology, marketing metrics and customer loyalty and retention. Built on a solid research basis, this practical and action-oriented book will give students and managers an edge in improving their marketing operations to create superior customer experiences.

Finding Value

How to Determine the Value of Reliability Engineering Activities

Author: Fred Schenkelberg




Page: 84

View: 519

An obvious result of good reliability engineering is the lack of field failures. Connecting your work to the results is not always obvious. In todays lean organizations everyone has to provide tangible value. Yet, if the product is doing well, how do you show your ongoing contribution to the organization? Reliability engineering may increase the cost of a product or recommend expensive product testing. Justifying these expenses is often based on the chance of improved product reliability. It is the quantification of value due to specific reliability engineering actions that enables you to articulate your worth to an organization. This short book explores how to calculate the value of reliability engineering activities. We explore ways to estimate value for use in engineering proposals. We know that a reliable product provides value to the customer, it also is a value to you and your organization. Here you will learn how to connect specific reliability engineering work to the real value created.

Finding Healing

Author: Adessa Holden

Publisher: Morning Joy Media


Category: Religion

Page: 256

View: 767

This can be your turning point. God can take the hardest places in your life - the things you never thought you’d overcome - and heal you and set you free so you can use your story to help other people discover their own abundant life. The message of this book is simple: You can be healed and overcome. You can walk in freedom. Through the power of the Holy Spirit and the work that Jesus did at the cross, you don’t have to stay trapped in your pain and heartache. No person is doomed to repeat the cycles of the past. You can choose, as I did so many years ago, to start your own journey to healing and freedom and start really living the abundant life Jesus has for you. Are you ready? Let’s get started.

Weightless Wealth

Finding Your Real Value in a Future of Intangible Assets

Author: Daniel Andriessen

Publisher: Pearson Education


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 197

View: 902

Weightless Wealth provides you with the practical tools to identify, assess and evaluate these intangible assets, and helps you to leverage them to their full potential, creating a high-growth, high-performance company.

In Search of Values

31 Strategies for Finding Out What Really Matters Most to You

Author: Dr. Sidney B. Simon

Publisher: Grand Central Publishing


Category: Philosophy

Page: 128

View: 761

Simon contends that the more we understand our own values, the better equipped we are to make the best choices for a happy and productive life. In a dynamic tool for personal growth--a companion to Values Clarification--he provides guided exercises to help readers determine what really counts.

How To Be a Value Investor

Author: Lisa Holton

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 156

View: 262

"From the bare basics to tips for the self-made sophisticate, Lisa Holton captures both the art and science of contrarian investing in her book HOW TO BE A VALUE INVESTOR, arming investors with the necessary tools and information they need to make informed investment decisions. Holton not only emphasizes the age-old values of investing—patience, due diligence, and conviction—but also brings a contemporary angle to her approach, making a convincing case for value investing as a wise and lucrative choice." - Eric McKissack, CFA, Vice chairman and co-chief investment officer, Ariel Mutual Funds. HOW TO BE A VALUE INVESTOR is designed to help you master—within hours!—the art and science of value investing. Built on the rock-solid value investing tenets that guided Warren Buffett, Benjamin Graham, and others, this concise but comprehensive wealth-building blueprint gives you practical, hands-on techniques so you can squeeze the most profit from today's volatile markets. Look for these other user-friendly books in The McGraw-Hill Mastering the Market Series: How to Be a Growth Investor; How to Be a Sector Investor; How to Be a Small-Cap Investor.

Algebra - Like and unlike terms, finding the value of an algebraic expression



Publisher: EKalam




View: 947

In this module, you have learnt :- The basic principle of addition of algebraic expression is that only like terms can be added. Thus, the sum of two, unlike terms, can only be indicated, Rule of Addition : The sum of several like terms is another like term whose coefficient is the sum of the coefficient of like terms.