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Moving On
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Selling a business is a critical event that may occur only once in a lifetime. This is an event when you can’t afford to make a mistake. Small business owners need basic guidance from someone who doesn’t have a stake in the sale of their business. Moving On: Getting the Most from the Sale of Your Small Business is a straightforward, highly pragmatic discussion that will guide you through the sales process and help you avoid some of the common pitfalls faced by business owners that lack experience with the process. This book will assist you in finding the right professional help when you are ready. James F. Grebey, an operations management specialist who provides small business owners with insight into the sales process, helps you recognize pitfalls that could impact your sale negotiations. This book is replete with tips and tools that you will need to drive a successful sale of your business, such as writing the "book" used to market the business, and recommendations to create a working model with a dynamic (what if) spreadsheet to justify your sales projections. Readers will learn where to reach out for qualified professionals that can help with the sale process. Click here (https://goo.gl/GgLNM8) for the author's related article "The Benefits of Effective Due Diligence for Investors and Business Owners" featured as the cover article on Divestopedia.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 11.07.2020
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Due Diligence and Risk Assessment of an Alterna...
78,90 CHF *
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The aim of the book is to provide practical guidance for the investor when compiling due diligence and deciding on an investment or against it. The focus of the book lays on the risk assessment and due diligence. It captures fund’s internal and external risks and the investment style specific risks. The aim is to provide sound guidance to the alternative investment fund selection. The UCITS 3 directive widens investment tools for the traditional asset managers by allowing short selling of securities and diminishing the gap between the traditional and the alternative asset management industry and attracting traditional managers to the alternative investment universe. The author concentrates on three categories: Relative Value and Market Neutral, Event Driven and Opportunistic alternative investment funds. Whilst the industry is generally categorized into certain fund types it has to be stated that every fund is different and will have different risk attributes. Within the specific categories major risks will be the same, as the exposure towards the specific underlying will be similar. Still every single fund has to be examined on its own in detail, as it will have the specific alpha generating competitive advantage. Thus the author suggests a pre-selection of the potential fund manager or the management team by analysing the team and the fund’s performance first. The analysis goes through the quantitative figures and the qualities of the management team. Detailed knowledge about the strategies and its fit into the portfolio is worthless unless the investor is able to select the performing manager. Without that skill the probability of ending up with an underperforming alternative investment fund or a blow-up is huge. The analysis of the management team qualities shows behaviour patterns helping to detect management teams, which are tending towards moral hazard. Secondly, the alternative investment fund style specific risks are examined. The author gives an overview over major risks per investment style. The specific investment style risk depending on the combination of the major risks can be a warning sign for the future performance. Thirdly, the fund’s internal and external risks are analysed. The internal risks are directly connected to the management team and its operations. The external risks are diverse outside factors influencing the fund’s performance, e.g. the industry and the macroeconomic risks. The risk profile is categorized in five levels thereof the level five is marked as a red flag and automatically falls out of the investment focus. The level one, two and three are favourable investment targets while the level four should be preferably avoided or at least further examined before the final investment decision is done. The alternative investment funds seem to be more an opportunity than a risk for those who can accomplish thorough due diligence selecting the funds, which will deliver the superior risk-adjusted return. The investor should seek to know as much as possible and obtain information about the factors, which are beyond the manager’s control. To invest is an 'art' based on the skill and the experience. There is no perfect model to rely on. The business is based on logical and reflexive thinking as well as the strong interpersonal relationships. This foundation creates the conditions to succeed for both, the manager and the investor.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 11.07.2020
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Moving On
35,90 CHF *
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Selling a business is a critical event that may occur only once in a lifetime. This is an event when you can't afford to make a mistake. Small business owners need basic guidance from someone who doesn't have a stake in the sale of their business. Moving On: Getting the Most from the Sale of Your Small Business is a straightforward, highly pragmatic discussion that will guide you through the sales process and help you avoid some of the common pitfalls faced by business owners that lack experience with the process. This book will assist you in finding the right professional help when you are ready. James F. Grebey, an operations management specialist who provides small business owners with insight into the sales process, helps you recognize pitfalls that could impact your sale negotiations. This book is replete with tips and tools that you will need to drive a successful sale of your business, such as writing the 'book' used to market the business, and recommendations to create a working model with a dynamic (what if) spreadsheet to justify your sales projections. Readers will learn where to reach out for qualified professionals that can help with the sale process. Click here () for the author's related article 'The Benefits of Effective Due Diligence for Investors and Business Owners' featured as the cover article on Divestopedia.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 11.07.2020
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Due Diligence and Risk Assessment of an Alterna...
48,00 € *
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The aim of the book is to provide practical guidance for the investor when compiling due diligence and deciding on an investment or against it. The focus of the book lays on the risk assessment and due diligence. It captures fund’s internal and external risks and the investment style specific risks. The aim is to provide sound guidance to the alternative investment fund selection. The UCITS 3 directive widens investment tools for the traditional asset managers by allowing short selling of securities and diminishing the gap between the traditional and the alternative asset management industry and attracting traditional managers to the alternative investment universe. The author concentrates on three categories: Relative Value and Market Neutral, Event Driven and Opportunistic alternative investment funds. Whilst the industry is generally categorized into certain fund types it has to be stated that every fund is different and will have different risk attributes. Within the specific categories major risks will be the same, as the exposure towards the specific underlying will be similar. Still every single fund has to be examined on its own in detail, as it will have the specific alpha generating competitive advantage. Thus the author suggests a pre-selection of the potential fund manager or the management team by analysing the team and the fund’s performance first. The analysis goes through the quantitative figures and the qualities of the management team. Detailed knowledge about the strategies and its fit into the portfolio is worthless unless the investor is able to select the performing manager. Without that skill the probability of ending up with an underperforming alternative investment fund or a blow-up is huge. The analysis of the management team qualities shows behaviour patterns helping to detect management teams, which are tending towards moral hazard. Secondly, the alternative investment fund style specific risks are examined. The author gives an overview over major risks per investment style. The specific investment style risk depending on the combination of the major risks can be a warning sign for the future performance. Thirdly, the fund’s internal and external risks are analysed. The internal risks are directly connected to the management team and its operations. The external risks are diverse outside factors influencing the fund’s performance, e.g. the industry and the macroeconomic risks. The risk profile is categorized in five levels thereof the level five is marked as a red flag and automatically falls out of the investment focus. The level one, two and three are favourable investment targets while the level four should be preferably avoided or at least further examined before the final investment decision is done. The alternative investment funds seem to be more an opportunity than a risk for those who can accomplish thorough due diligence selecting the funds, which will deliver the superior risk-adjusted return. The investor should seek to know as much as possible and obtain information about the factors, which are beyond the manager’s control. To invest is an 'art' based on the skill and the experience. There is no perfect model to rely on. The business is based on logical and reflexive thinking as well as the strong interpersonal relationships. This foundation creates the conditions to succeed for both, the manager and the investor.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 11.07.2020
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Leading at the Edge of Chaos
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'Leading on the Edge of Chaos' spiegelt die nächste Stufe der Managementidee wider: Wie agiert man in einem Stadium 'ständiger Turbulenz'. Dieses Buch geht über die Frage 'Wie geht man mit Veränderungen um?' hinaus. Es zeigt, wie Organisationen handeln müssen angesichts eines beständigen Wandels. Conner ist Aufsichtsratsvorsitzender von ODR, einer Consultingfirma, die Unternehmen bei der Einführung weitreichender Veränderungen unterstützt. Er fordert 'flexible' Organisationen als das einzig wirksame Mittel, um in der heutigen Zeit wettbewerbsfähig zu bleiben. Der Schlüssel zu mehr Flexibilität heißt, sich rasch an veränderte Marktbedingungen anzupassen und gleichzeitig Überprüfungsphasen einzuführen, in denen ermittelt wird, wie gut sich Mitarbeiter auf Veränderungen einstellen können. (09/98) Praise for Leading at the Edge of Chaos 'If your organization is facing any anticipated chaotic event in the next six months-and who isn t-you should read Daryl Conner. His tough-minded definitions of winners vs. losers will make you think twice.' -Craig E. Weatherup, Chairman and CEO, The Pepsi-Cola Company 'Conner s new book is thoroughly original and useful on the mastery of leading change.' -Warren Bennis, Distinguished Professor of Business Administration, University of Southern California, and author of Organizing Genius 'Daryl Conner has done it again! The leading authority on managing change has given us what we need right now. Leading at the Edge of Chaos offers prescriptive advice for leading in today s world, where the tempo and thrust of change has escalated. A must read for anyone who is still breathing and leading.' -Ken Blanchard, coauthor of The One Minute Manager(r) 'Delightful and thought-provoking . . . [links] deep organizational research with useable real world advice . . . I would recommend this book to others-senior line leaders and their management teams.' -Kenneth Schwenke, Senior Vice President, Human Resources, Aramark Corporation 'In the new reality in which the human need for control is continuously assaulted by escalating change, Daryl Conner provides [organization leaders] . . . steps to take . . . in clear language and vivid images, with psychological insight and knowledge born out of broad hands-on experience.' -Judy Bardwick, author of In Praise of Good Business and Danger in the Comfort Zone 'Every executive who is leading constant change in their organizations should read this book.' -Don Beattie, Chief Executive, Personnel, The BOC Group (U.K.) 'Gone are the days when innovations and new ventures were incremental in scope and sequential in nature. In their place is perpetual unrest, unending, fundamental changes . . . ' -Daryl Conner In his 1993 classic, Managing at the Speed of Change, Daryl Conner showed managers how to implement business innovations on time and under budget. In this groundbreaking new book, he shows them how to ride the whirlwind. The tempo of change has sped up to a dizzying pace over the past few years. Globalization, rapid-fire technological innovation, and mounting pressure for shareholder value have pushed the markets into a state of ceaseless turmoil. What was cutting-edge change management theory just five years ago now seems naive. Success amidst such a maelstrom of change calls for much more than what change management models have to offer. It calls for a radically new kind of organization, nimble enough to adapt instantly to changing market conditions, and piloted by leaders versed in the art of Leading at the Edge of Chaos. This book is not about decision making; it is about execution. It is not about predicting change; it is about adapting to it at a moment s notice. Internationally renowned 'Change Doctor' Daryl Conner defines the new roles that all leaders must assume in order to direct the changes that are crucial to their organizations survival. He schools them in all of the essential components of the change process. And, most importantly, he arms them with action steps for instilling their companies with the nimbleness and resilience needed to survive and thrive in today s supervolatile markets. Conner also introduces the revolutionary concept of human due diligence-the human equivalent of financial due

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 11.07.2020
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Moving On
29,99 € *
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Selling a business is a critical event that may occur only once in a lifetime. This is an event when you can't afford to make a mistake. Small business owners need basic guidance from someone who doesn't have a stake in the sale of their business. Moving On: Getting the Most from the Sale of Your Small Business is a straightforward, highly pragmatic discussion that will guide you through the sales process and help you avoid some of the common pitfalls faced by business owners that lack experience with the process. This book will assist you in finding the right professional help when you are ready. James F. Grebey, an operations management specialist who provides small business owners with insight into the sales process, helps you recognize pitfalls that could impact your sale negotiations. This book is replete with tips and tools that you will need to drive a successful sale of your business, such as writing the 'book' used to market the business, and recommendations to create a working model with a dynamic (what if) spreadsheet to justify your sales projections. Readers will learn where to reach out for qualified professionals that can help with the sale process. Click here () for the author's related article 'The Benefits of Effective Due Diligence for Investors and Business Owners' featured as the cover article on Divestopedia.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 11.07.2020
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