The 4th edition of the standard reference work by Prof. (FH) Dr Margarete Funk and Prof. Dr Sven Bienert, MRICS REV, ‘Immobilienbewertung Österreich’ has been released. The latest edition contains an article by Michael Paul on business valuation, where he takes a close look at the key aspects of real estate valuation.
For companies, change means constantly improving structures. It’s crucial to do away with units that are a drain on time and resources. Thomas Paul explains how ValLite is there to help improve your business.
Michael Paul writes article on business valuation in the redemption process
Michael Paul writes about the role of business valuation in public infrastructure projects in ‘Sachverständigen’: ‘Determining the appropriate compensation following the redemption, compulsory purchase or encroachment of corporate real estate’.
Dialoge zur Transformation der Wirtschaft - podcast by Prof. Dr Stephan Paul
Staying up to date. Gaining knowledge. Providing different perspectives. Prof. Dr Stephan Paul (Finance and Banking department at Ruhr University Bochum) discusses economic change processes with decision-makers on his podcast.
Michael Paul on price communication at companies shaken by crises
Company crises are often accompanied by price crises. Using prices as a probe often uncovers issues such as a lack of competitive edge or services below the market-standard, often before the crisis starts to become visible as a whole.
Michael Paul addresses this and much more from a practical perspective in the latest volume of ‘Preiskommunikation. Strategische Herausforderungen und innovative Anwendungsfelder’, publ. by Regine Kalka and Andreas Krämer (2000) - in German.
CROs have been around for roughly 15 years in Germany. What does a CRO do? Which skills do they need to bring to the table? Thomas Paul explores his vast experience as CRO in discussion with Stefanie Bittner in Business Talk am Ku'Damm (in German).
Require advice, or simply a way to stop the madness?
Certain topics never leave the agenda: the company as the backdrop for crisis, frustrated employees, abrupt organisational changes, revealing retention periods for top management, governance and corporate culture.
If so, Michael Paul's latest book may be of interest. From analysing the root cause to exploring the right clean-up measures and concrete tools for straightening up companies: Michael Paul offers insight into his extensive career as a business advisor and explains several ways to emerge from chaos.
Article by Thomas Paul on how to avoid repeat insolvencies
Professor Thomas Paul writes about an approach that could help prevent repeat insolvencies, a growing occurrence in Germany, in ‘INDat Report. Fachmagazin für Restrukturierung, Sanierung und Insolvenz veröffentlicht’. In his opinion, companies that find themselves facing this situation require external support immediately after their first insolvency: ‘Follow-up management: The key to avoiding repeat insolvencies?’