Value Maximization

Value Maximization

Increases in owners' wealth achieved by maximizing of the value of a firm's common stock.

Value Maximization

The act or process of adding to an individual's net worth by increasing the share price of the common stock in which that individual has invested. See also: Expected value maximization principle.
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Examples include strategies toward value maximization and tax minimization, choosing the right incentive plan(s) that will properly motivate, retain and reward key talent, restructuring the balance sheet and delegating responsibility over to key management.
The consultancy-led workshops will provide valuable insights on the outlook of the refining and petrochemicals sector; value maximization through integration, collaboration and diversification; and developing Oman talent in the plastic downstream sector.
Yet the ideal of value maximization says nothing about how to create a superior strategy: "to create value we need not know exactly what maximum value is and precisely how it can be achieved" (Jensen, 2001, p.17).
alternative to value maximization as a theory of the firm.
We are wholly committed to supporting the JPLs through this process and ensuring stability and value maximization for all parties'.
Combined with Philips IntelliSpace Enterprise Edition a full suite of interoperable healthcare informatics applications and services for hospitals and integrated health networks Philips is helping to meet the evolving challenges of budget constraints and the management, interoperability, security and value maximization of health data and IT platforms.
"Gross margin optimization is essential to extract value from the large investments carried out in the last years, but still in many assets focus remains on volume balancing for the local market rather than on value maximization ", adds Rubeis.
Depending upon the situation, this pressure can lead to shareholder's value maximization, or improvement in corporate social behavior.
The ultimate structure will be determined by reference to shareholder value maximization as well as broader stakeholder considerations.
Elastic self-organized networks become responsive and efficient calling for a shift from network productivity gains to user value maximization. We call it Value-Driven SON[R].
Traditionally, an enterprise focuses on value maximization. Over the last decades, theorists emphasize wider scope of entrepreneurial objectives besides obtaining the greatest value possible (Jensen, Meckling 1992).
Thus, we can think of CSR and sustainability as "enlightened value maximization" (Michael Jensen, "Value Maximization, Stakeholder Theory, and the Corporate Objective Function," Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, vol.