Issues in Valuation
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This paper discusses organizational valuation perspectives in relation to project life expiry, friendly-unfriendly buyouts, economics of changing locations, and nationalization-confiscation of corporate assets. This paper discusses in turn project life, buyout, location change, and nationalization/confiscation in relation to an organization's or enterprise's value.
From the Paper:"If projects and project life can be seen as a manifestation of an organization's line of business (LOB) or as representative of its products or services, then by extension, examination of project life cycles (commencement and expiration), are a valuable method of determining one aspect of an organization's value. Popular project management literature identifies 4 main types of projects, each with its own peculiar value to the organization: type I--mission critical, type II--technically complex, type III--organizationally complex, and type IV--simple (Wysocki, 2001, p.56-57). In determining an organization's value, examination of its history in undertaking and completion of type I projects, the mission critical projects, is an excellent method to supplement any valuation process. Since these projects tend to be "a significant contributor to the business's bottom line."
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