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A Corporate Culture Failure: CEO’s Who Do Not Hold Themselves Accountable

A Corporate Culture Failure: CEO’s Who Do Not Hold Themselves Accountable

CEOs risk losing credibility with employees, shareholders, customers and damaging their companies when they refuse to hold themselves accountable. What do Mark Parker of Nike, Kevin Plank of Under Armour and Dennis Muilenburg of Boeing have in common? Yes, each holds the CEO title (although Parker and Plank will step down at year-end). However, we … Continue reading A Corporate Culture Failure: CEO’s Who Do Not Hold Themselves Accountable

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Culture Is King in Strategic M&A

Culture Is King in Strategic M&A

Cultural fit between merger/acquisition partners is essential in order to maximize the probability of a successful transaction. We define successful M&A transactions as those where the parties who agree to merge/be acquired have engaged employee bases that are motivated to work and create new products and services together. To engage with customers together. This goes … Continue reading Culture Is King in Strategic M&A