Advances in Management Accounting, Volume 16 (Advances in by John Y. Lee, Marc J. Epstein

By John Y. Lee, Marc J. Epstein

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15 Loveman (1998), in contrast, appears to have studied all of the principal links in the model, but he examined them separately. Only recently have all of the posited relationships in the Service-Profit Chain been studied simultaneously in a single research setting (Kamakura, Mittal, de Rosa, & Mazzon, 2002). Kamakura et al. (2002) studied the Service-Profit Chain with data from more than 5,000 customers of more than 500 branches of a national bank in Brazil. A strategic analysis focused on the conceptual relationships within the Service-Profit Chain at the level of the bank, while an operational analysis focused on ways of implementing the model at particular branches.

9) – human, customer, process, and renewal and development. While none of the research was designed specifically to investigate the Skandia approach to intellectual capital, the results are clearly applicable to the Skandia Intellectual Capital Model. Moreover, because the Skandia Model is similar in many respects to other value-creation models discussed here, the results are also relevant to other models. This body of research examines multiple value drivers within each dimension of the Skandia Navigator.

2004) modified the Lipe and Salterio (2000) task by having MBA-student participants rate the performance of each manager on each of the 16 scorecard items, multiply these ratings by a set of pre-determined weights, and sum to get a mechanically aggregated rating for each manager. Participants also provided a separate overall rating of each manager’s performance. ) While the pre-specified weights were allocated equally (25%) across the four scorecard categories, 64% of the total weight was assigned to the eight unique measures and only 36% to the eight common measures.

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