|Author||: Michela Arnaboldi|
|Release Date||: 15 September 2014|
|Pages||: 175 pages|
|Rating||: /5 ( users)|
"Large infrastructural projects, technology and product development, manufacturing reconfiguration, and cloud computer conversion are just a few examples of activities that are now carried out in enterprises with increasing frequency. These activities are usually managed by engineers from various disciplines, yet they widely impact overall financial performance, exposure, and company value. In this context, it is mandatory to have managers who are capable of measuring weak signals from operations and stakeholders; and then knowing, as a consequence, the impact on the enterprise value"--Introduction.