By Kevin Closson, Nerac Analyst
Originally Published: July 23, 2014
Making smarter, better decisions is something everybody wants to do. Shelves of books and mountains of research papers have been written on decision making from every possible angle. Fundamentally, though, decision making is about comparing the various options and selecting the best one.
“Best” could mean many different things, from most lucrative to fastest to least expensive. The bottom line, though, is that in order to select the best option, we need to place a value on each option. But not everything is easily compared because not everything is easily valued. Making smarter business decisions requires the ability to quantify the options and compare them side by side.
- 82By Kevin Closson Nerac Analyst, Originally Published: July 23, 2014 Corporate development is extremely risky. The stats from numerous studies are dismal: Anywhere between 50 percent and 90 percent of acquisitions fail to live up to financial expectations; Mergers fail between 50 percent and 85 percent of the time; Joint ventures are only slightly less dreary;…
- 76Webinars Address Patent Fundamentals, Best Practices, Patent Landscape and Patent Valuation Read the full release here.