Management by Paul Engle
Industrial Engineer's monthly column about engineering management (September 2011)
Doing due diligence
Many of us have been asked to perform due diligence assignments late in the acquisition cycle. The most important objective is to identify potential risks not apparent from the offering and to verify information provided by sellers or their representatives.
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