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Autor
Sollars Gordon G. (Fairleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck), Tuluca Sorin (Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison)
Tytuł
The Optimal Timing of Strategic Action - a Real Options Approach
Źródło
Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation (JEMI), 2012, vol. 8, nr 2, s. 78-95, rys., tab., bibliogr. 44 poz.
Tytuł własny numeru
Contemporary Management Concepts
Słowa kluczowe
Decyzje strategiczne, Opcje rzeczywiste, Symulacja, Programowanie dynamiczne
Strategic decisions, Real options, Simulation, Dynamic programming
Uwagi
streszcz., summ.
Abstrakt
Możliwość uzyskania przewagi "pierwszego ruchu" pojawia się w kontekście różnorodnych decyzji o charakterze strategicznym, takich jak wprowadzenie na rynek nowego produktu, podjęcie nowej działalności gospodarczej czy też fuzje i przejęcia. Literatura z zakresu zarządzania strategicznego nie charakteryzuje w sposób jednoznaczny prawdopodobieństwa uzyskania dodatkowej wartości z tytułu realizacji "pierwszego ruchu". Niniejsza praca proponuje podejście oparte o metodologię wyceny realnych opcji (ang. real options approach) dla wyznaczenia optymalnego momentu dla realizacji strategicznego posunięcia (realizacji projektu inwestycyjnego). W odróżnieniu od proponowanych w literaturze podejść z zakresu wyceny realnych opcji, autorzy proponują metodę opartą o wycenę opcji finansowej typu Amerykańskiego. Metoda, oparta o znany model aproksymacyjny zaproponowany przez Barone-Adesi i Whaley (1987), pozwala na wyznaczenie wartości projektu w terminie optymalnym dla jego realizacji i wartości wstrzymania się z podjęciem decyzji o realizacji projektu do terminu optymalnego (wartość opcji "wait and see"). Rezultaty symulacji wskazują na istotną rolę długości horyzontu czasowego, który jest dostępny dla podjęcia decyzji o strategicznym posunięciu, zarówno dla wyceny wartości projektu inwestycyjnego jak i wartości opcji -możliwości przesunięcia decyzji na późniejszy optymalny termin. (abstrakt oryginalny)

The possibility of a first-mover advantage arises in a variety of strategic choices, including product introductions, business start-ups, and mergers and acquisitions. The strategic management literature reflects ambiguity regarding the likelihood that a first mover can or will capture additional value. This paper uses a real options approach to address the optimal timing of strategic moves. Previous studies have modeled real options using either a perpetual or a European financial option. With these models, a strategic choice could only be made either without respect to a time frame (perpetual) or at a fixed point in time (European option.) Neither case is realistic. Companies typically have strategic options with only a limited time frame due to market factors, but companies may choose to act at any time within that constraint. To reflect this reality, we adapt a method for valuing an American financial option on a dividend paying stock to the real options context. The method presented in this paper proposes a solution for the optimum value for a project that should trigger a strategic choice, and highlights the value lost by not acting optimally. We use simulation results to show that the time frame available to make a strategic choice has an important effect on both the project value for when action should be taken, as well as on the value of waiting to invest at the optimal time. The results presented in this paper help to clarify the ambiguity that is found in the strategic management literature regarding the possibility of obtaining a first-mover advantage. Indeed, a first mover that acts sub-optimally could incur losses or at least not gain any advantage. A first mover that waits to invest at the right time based on the superior information supplied by models based on real options could be better positioned to obtain the benefits that might come from the first move. (original abstract)
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