By Maureen O'Hara
Written through one of many best gurus in industry microstructure study, this booklet presents a accomplished consultant to the theoretical paintings during this vital sector of finance.
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Finally, it may not be obvious to nonmanagement stakeholders, such as shareholders and investors, that the property is a poor strategic fit. If the organization believes that divestment is the best option, it is important, if not imperative, that any decision to divest is accompanied by a clearly articulated plan to reinvest the proceeds in activities that will yield better returns in the long term. Such a plan should act as a catalyst to galvanize internal opinions and to stimulate action as well as a vehicle for conveying an understandable and convincing rationale for stockholders and investors.
2/22/08 10:18:46 AM 38 Chapter 2 Strategic Assessment • • How do financial markets perceive the individual elements of the portfolio? Does the organization’s need for cash supersede other nonfinancial considerations? The answers to these questions will generally identify any elements of the business portfolio that may require some form of corrective action. Divestment is but one of a number of options an organization may consider when addressing the issue of portfolio realignment. In fact, other, less dramatic options should usually be evaluated before divestiture is even entertained.
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