Determining top managements' "value": Pre/post acquisitionBond Business School Publications
Date of this Version1-1-2008
Document TypeJournal Article
AbstractEmploying an acquisition is one of the primary methods of growth utilized by organizations. In 2005, an estimated $2.9 trillion worth of acquisitions were made globally. One of the critical factors in valuing an acquisition is the determination of the value of intangible assets held by the company. This paper will explore the value of one of these key intangible assets that the top management team maintains in regard to pre and post-acquisition performance of the organization.
Citation InformationTimothy Kiessling and Michael G. Harvey. "Determining top managements' "value": Pre/post acquisition" (2008)
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