Few thinkers were ever more influent than those two Harvard professors – Robert Kaplan and David Norton. They are among the top 50 thinkers since more than a decade and their two important books (“The Balanced Scorecard” and “Stratey Maps”) are an important portion of any consultant’s or CEO’s arsenal. Especially when they are trying to deploy powerful organisational changes, aimed at delivering value. But what is this book about? Read more
Archive for October 2009
Well, we continue our previous blog about the website valuation methods and considerations… right now 🙂
As mentioned in our previous post, the vast majority of the 11 million or so links can be summarized in two extreme positions: Read more
I was recently thinking that buying a website is a form of investing too. And some of our competing investing blogs say that investing is an art. Does this mean that you should pay on a website the value asked by the artist owner? No way!
A search on Google using the keywords “web site valuation method” shows that there are almost 11 million search results. Read more
According to a report released today by the American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI), there have been counted 1.046 million personal bankruptcies since the start of 2009. This is the highest since the first nine months of 2005 when people were rushing to file before the draconian new bankruptcy act of 2005 took effect (still better than the Victorian days of debtor prisons, but not much). Read more