How to evaluate a strategic investment

02/14/2013 | Islands of Profit in a Sea of Red Ink blog

You should evaluate potential investments differently depending on whether they represent incremental changes or strategic adjustments, writes Jonathan Byrnes. Strategic investments "require a very different assessment process -- one that goes beyond traditional cost/benefit analysis to reflect the strategic relevance, the prospective cost of capital, and the payback period," he writes.

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