The private equity investor faces several dilemmas when he tried to navigate through conflicts on the board of an investment portfolio company. He has to decide how to really add value or cut losses. Several factors complexify his decision-making process.
This case prepares current and future board members and private equity investors in order to better manage conflicts at the board level. Corporate governance clearly moves beyond a rational decision-making process and conflicts inevitably occur and need to be managed.
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