However, this technique does not take into account the value of managerial flexibility
in these types of projects (Helland & Torgersen, 2014).
KEYWORDS: managerial flexibility
, company reorganization, business database, innovation services, organizational flexibility, quality of service, strategic management, information technology, project management.
In this paper, various impacts of managerial flexibility
and the fit of required flexibility over customer satisfaction have been investigated at three levels: functional, structural and strategic.
In a context where precarity is increasing, workers' struggles to limit managerial flexibility
The value of this managerial flexibility
in an uncertain environment is not captured by the traditional methods of evaluating investments , such as Discounted Cash Flow (DCF ) , as flexibilities requires a system with optional features.
In this context, this paper analyzes the managerial flexibility
of biogas energy storage for a power generation project that used biomass derived from swine biogas.
Valuing Managerial Flexibility
in Technology R&D, Proceedings of the 16th Annual International Real Options Conference, London, 26 pages
Real options could be used as a beneficial tool for valuing managerial flexibility
to adapt decisions in response to unexpected market developments and changes.
1999) Real options: managerial flexibility
and strategy in resource allocation, Cambridge, M.
The frequency with which these provisions appear in warrant agreements underscores the value of managerial flexibility
in growth companies.
On the other hand, inventory managerial flexibility
is not visible to customers because it is buffered by the firm's purchasing, sourcing, and operations management process.
However, many scholars have recognized that the traditional discounted cash flow (DCF) model fails to account for the value of such managerial flexibility