The company Strategic Formula (SF) is a theoretical business model. The SF defines the strategic profile of the firm by considering two different strategic front: the Internal strategic front, defined by the choices on corporate governance, on organizational structure, on operating processes and on strategic resources and the External strategic front, defined by the choices in real markets, capital markets, social context. Both the internal and the external strategic fronts are strictly related by systemic and dynamic bidirectional relationships. The quality of the SF of the company can be evaluated on the basis of the coherence of all its elements in a dynamic perspective. Only if the SF is characterized by a “systemic-structural-dynamic consonance” of each of the structural elements of the internal and strategic front, it can be considered to be effective and able to generate value over time for the company.
|Titolo:||The Company's Business Model and its Valutation: A theoretical Approach|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|