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Das PIMS-Programm und Portfolio-Management

  • F. F. Neubauer

Zusammenfassung

Das rasche Wachstum der meisten Unternehmen in den sechziger und frühen siebziger Jahren hat in vielen Fällen nicht nur zu einer enormen Ausweitung der Umsätze in angestammten Tätigkeitsgebieten geführt; die hohen Gewinnpotentiale und die Verfügbarkeit von Kapital haben auch zahlreiche Unternehmen veranlaßt, in neue Aufgabenbereiche vorzudringen.

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