Senior Fund Manager of the JOHCM European Select Values Fund, reviews performance and portfolio activity of the Fund over Q2 2017.Read more >
Senior Fund Manager of the JOHCM European Select Values Fund, reviews performance and portfolio activity of the Fund over Q1 2017.Read more >
Senior Fund Manager of the JOHCM European Select Values Fund, reviews performance and portfolio activity of the Fund over Q4 2016.Read more >
Senior Fund Manager of the JOHCM European Select Values Fund, reviews performance and portfolio activity of the Fund over Q3 2016.Read more >
Senior Fund Manager of the JOHCM European Select Values Fund, reviews performance and portfolio activity of the Fund over Q2 2016.Read more >
Join us for an exclusive event to learn how Oracle’s best-in-class supply chain planning solutions enable companies to improve supply chain efficiency, streamline and optimise maintenance operations by proactively managing supply chain events.
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• Improve predictability of unplanned maintenance
• Proactively plan for supply chain events
• Optimise maintenance planning process
• Orchestrate agile operations
• Reducing overall cost of asset maintenance operations
Register now to find out how you can improve supply chain efficiency in asset maintenance operations with Oracle supply chain planning solutions.
In many companies the patent department is seen as a cost center, managed by attorneys, and seen as a necessary evil by corporate executives. In truly innovative companies the patent function is seen as a profit center, and is imperative for the delivering maximum shareholder value for the organization. These companies use patent analytics to understand the technology environment they operate in, and make certain that they are taking maximum advantage of the investment they make in research and development and the patenting process.
These organizations also have highly engaged corporate executives that are actively involved in the development of the company’s patent portfolio. Patent professionals in these organizations use the principles of diversification, and risk management, concepts that are well understood by senior management to bring these critical participants into the development of the company’s patent strategy.
We will be joined by Anthony Trippe, Managing Director at Patinformatics, who was also recently named as one of the Top 300 IP Strategists by IAM Magazine. He will be sharing examples of how patent analytics can be used to understand technology environments, and competitors will be combined with a discussion on risk and diversification as a framework for building patent portfolios that enable corporate objectives and financial goals.
Have you considered how Snow could help you to reduce the risk of your SAP software estate? In this final episode we explore proving valueRead more >
A value stream map is a tool to study a production flow in the implementation of lean manufacturing. It plots the path of material and information from the supplier all the way through to the customer. By visualizing the entire value stream, inefficiencies can be identified and a plan can be put in place to reduce areas of non-value added time or waste.
Join this webcast to learn how to:
- Use the Visio value stream map template to illustrate the flow of materials and information in a lean manufacturing process
- Link value stream maps to external data, run reports, and add data graphics
- Take advantage of the new Visio 2016 features to maximize your productivity and share data across the enterprise using SharePoint with Visio
Life sciences industry is undergoing a major transformation. The growing number of FDA approved targeted therapies on one-side and an increasing number of pay-for-performance deals between big pharma and payers signals the dawn of value-based precision medicine. Clinical trials are no longer limited to data snapshots gathered during trial site visits. Real-time data streaming from wearables enable remote patient monitoring during trials and beyond. Aggregating patients RWD (Real World Data) such as health information from EMRs, genomics, wearables, and mobile apps can enable advanced data analytics for R&D and commercial use cases.Read more >
The typical value proposition isn’t geared up to be used by sales “in conversation.” Connecting the dots between buyer needs and a product-focused value proposition is hard and not every sales person can do it well. Learn how to deliver a consistent and “sales Ready” message that closes deals.Read more >
Watch and learn how the LEAP family of products will power digital transformation strategies, while creating new value proposition across the larger ECD portfolio.
Attend this session to learn the value proposition for our new LEAP family of products and to understand why and how LEAP will bring value in the context of digital transformation. We’ll also explain the role of the LEAP family within the larger ECD Portfolio.
Listen as our Value Investment Specialist, Andrew Williams, explores the opportunities currently available in value investing.Read more >
Why is Portfolio Manager Bill Hench positive about his deep value approach?
PM Bill Hench describes what's making his deep value strategy work in 2016.
Keywords: investment, market, small-cap, finance, asset management, active management, fund
Andy Dickson, Invesment Director, and David Bint, Multi Asset Investment Specialist, will discuss the challenge of defining value for money in DC pensions and consider the various aspects that influence member outcomes including the investment approach.
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Our recent research into markets led by small-cap value and success for active management revealed a striking connection.
Senior Investment Strategist Steve Lipper takes a close look at the connection between value-led small-cap markets, success for active management, and what might explain the connection.
Keywords: investment, market, small-cap, finance, asset management, active management, fund
Outsourcing investment capabilities is an undeniable trend - but advisers are often concerned about ‘justifying their fee’. Value and cost are two very different things- this webinar offers an opportunity to discuss how you best articulate this to your clients:
- outsourcing is very much an investment decision - you need to get to know, and support, your investment partner’s views, style and philosophy
- Widening your focus - investments are only one part of your offering – don’t sell yourself short!
- With clients funding value in things that you take for granted, let’s not focus on just making services ‘cheap’
In this webcast we will provide the latest quarterly update to the Cushman & Wakefield Fair Value Index™ and reveal those markets which look most attractive for investment. We will also touch on Brexit risk and the implications for real estate.Read more >
Why should I sign up for your campaign? How should our value proposition be displayed to prospects? Is this message consistent across channels? Is it working? Do you show and tell?
Email offers an effective way to engage your subscriber. Email is quick, email offers great ROI, email offers you access to tremendous reporting, email allows you to personalize your message, and email allows you to go across channel. The power of email is tremendous.
This webinar is part of a series of 25 proven, practical, and innovative tips to enhance your email marketing program. We will deliver each best practice tip over a 20-minute session. Useful information that you can apply back to improve your own marketing program.
Organizational agility requires a supportive culture and a shift in how work is viewed and approached. Our findings focus on the value placed on the cultural elements of high organizational agility. A highly developed culture of agility exists when value is placed on ideals and behaviors such as collaboration, diversity, communication, creativity, transparency, and inquisitive thinking. Organizations that establish the following framework are better positioned to enable agility:
•Supportive Culture: Identifying the value of openness, transparency, respect, knowledge, improvement, and adaptation
•Strategic Flexibility: Capturing opportunities and responding quickly to varying demands
•Collective Leadership: Sharing a common view of strategy
•Capable People: Applying the right talent management resources
•Adaptive Process: Assessing and establishing new means to respond to change
This event qualifies for 1 Professional Development Unit (PDU credit).
In this webcast we will provide the latest quarterly update to the Cushman & Wakefield Fair Value Index™ and reveal those markets which look most attractive for investment. We will also touch on the impact of the drop in the oil price and financial market volatility since the turn of the year.Read more >
Decision-makers want to know what you can do for their bottom line. Our tools and insights equip you to speak the language they understand — the language of business. Sellers who speak the language of business outperform those who don't. We can prove it.Read more >
Implementing PPM organizationally isn’t about defining the structure you need. Effective PPM is about making it work in the structure that you already have. The focus of PPM is about the envisioning, evaluating and delivery of effective value. Value gets delivered at the front-line of the organization, and that is where PPM needs to best play a role.
Too many PPM implementations assume that PPM is focused on only one part of the organization, or on one type of projects. Worse, there is often a presumption that to implement PPM requires organizational restructuring and the creation of new organizations, roles and processes.
The most effective organizations leverage PPM to enable making and delivering on their strategic priorities. Success is not about structuring the organization in order to adopt PPM, it’s PPM serving the needs of the organization. In this presentation, Mark Mullaly highlights the strategies, approaches and principles necessary to bring your strategy to life and ensure it delivers value. He defines what it takes to realize success in the organization that you have today. You’ll get practical, pragmatic insight about harnessing PPM as an approach that serves your requirements, not one that drives your processes.
This event qualifies for 1 Professional Development Unit (PDU) credit.
* Demonstrate value of medicines in a tough economic environment
* Align strategic business plans with those of the NHS
* Build sustainable working relationships with your customer to deliver commercial success