Carve-Out and Divestment for strategic change: Diligence is the mother of good luck

When markets change and crisis knocks, divestments may be a consequence of a corporation's market or portfolio strategy. A regular review of which businesses to expand, which to penetrate, and which to exit are core to every corporate strategy. But managers don’t handle separations and divestitures every day - their time is usually spent [...]

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Incentives to change: I’ll play along if it’s worth it for me!

Let’s not beat around the bush: we expect our employees to do what we want them to do. And preferably with enthusiasm, energy and great ideas about how we can achieve our goals more quickly and effectively. To make this work, we offer our team friendly colleagues, clear responsibilities, competent managers, a warm smile [...]

There can be only one!

How company culture changes following a merger remains an unsolved mystery. At least, that’s what the multitudes of literature, articles and recent publications on the subject could lead us to believe. I find that excessive. Sure, big culture projects are a particularly challenging part of megamergers, but lots of my clients deal with much [...]

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