Hamburg, Germany (PRWEB) December 01, 2014
In 1978 Dr. Donald D. Bibeault, Managing Director at Verto Partners, published his first book “Corporate Turnaround: How Managers turn Losers into Winners”. Since then, Donald D. Bibeault’s book is on the shelf of every corporate restructuring and turnaround executive in the world. It is the number one selling book in the industry. In 2015 Dr. Bibeault will publish a new book "Feed Your Winners, Starve Your Losers!" which is packed with insights of his very successful career saving and turning around companies. The Turnaround Management Journal got an exclusive insight into the book and we are very happy to be the first to publish an excerpt in the latest issue of the Turnaround Management Journal.
Dr. Tobias Plate, Senior Partner and Head of Restructuring at Roland Berger Strategy Consultants, and his colleagues are presenting a very interesting study about corporate restructuring in the Gulf Cooperation Council in the latest issue of the Turnaround Management Journal. A paper that is not only valid for this part of the world but for many countries around the globe and which is a must read for turnaround managers worldwide.
Distressed private equity is a newer sector of the alternatives investment market. Although its roots go back to the 1980s, it has expanded significantly over the past decade, broadening the geographic and market sectors it pursues. Kelly DePonte, Managing Director at Probitas Partners, provides background on the distressed private equity market’s historical development, the current state of play, and where opportunities lie in the future.
Dr. Christoph Lymbersky, Executive Director of the Turnaround Management Society and topic lead for restructuring and efficiency at Detecon International, publishes an article about designing strategic and operational restructurings in this issue. In his article he argues that a turnaround involves a number of negative forces, a general lack of resources, and exceptional time pressures. It is an “abnormal period” that “requires unique management approaches” such as the International Turnaround Management Standard to overcome such challenging times that require not only elite management talent but also unique skills, tools and experience.
The current issue of the Turnaround Management Journal is available on Amazon, the Apple Newsstand and on Android Devices or from the Turnaround Management Society website.
The Turnaround Management Journal is a publication by the Turnaround Management Society.
It is the objective of the Turnaround Management Society, headed by Dr. Christoph Lymbersky, to bring together the knowledge of turnaround management and corporate restructuring academics and the experience of turnaround management, restructuring and transformation professionals. The Turnaround Management Society counts the industry elite as their members, offers turnaround management training and certifications, and provides free first aid advice to companies in difficult situations.