When Strategy and Valuation Meet: Five Lessons from Return Driven Strategy - Growth isn't all good. Cash flow returns are at least as important. A new research effort called the Return Driven Strategy Initiative has analyzed thousands of companies like BMW, Gillette, and International Paper and demonstrated that both strategic and valuation expertise are needed in planning and controlling the ...
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