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Capital Productivity

Creating value through capital expenditure planning


What separates a good company from a great one? Often it is an organization’s financial strategy; its capital productivity framework. 

For leading companies within the S&P 500, more than 25 percent of their market value can be accredited to expectations from unidentified, future investments. The proficiency with which a company can raise, deploy, and distribute its capital directly impacts shareholder value (capital productivity).

Creating value through capital expenditure planning

Attention to capital expenditure planning, the process by which an organization sets capital allocation targets and builds towards an optimized leveraged project portfolio, is paramount to generating and sustaining stakeholder value.

A penetrating capital productivity framework brings with it pervasive gains by boosting stakeholder return and overall organizational value while mitigating risk.  The approach can improve portfolio returns, fine-tune monitoring and reporting protocols, and enhance mechanisms for adjusting projects.

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