Business Value: A Corporate Cockpit As Enabler For Business Value And Quintessence
AbstractThis paper is a continuation of the previous articles “Business Value Creation of (Transformational) Outsourcing” , “Business Value and performance of a company: choice for methodology and model sets  and “Business Value: the Performance Management Framework” published in 2009 . In this paper the authors would like to discuss the concept and added value of the Corporate Cockpit as a means of measuring factual and potential business value. Furthermore, the authors would like to view the performance of a company as a condensation of different types of energy and to discuss quintessence as a concept and a relevant part of the Corporate Cockpit. The next article will elaborate the mathematical methodologies of measurement of performance and business value.
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Audit planning; Forensic auditing; Fraud risk assessments; Fraud risk factors;
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