How to Develop Leadership & Culture to Optimize Value
In acquisitions, both sellers and buyers spend great effort in financial and operational due diligence, yet far too many transactions fail. Why?
Leadership and culture are critical to a successful acquisition, but frequently they’re ignored. For sellers, recognizing that leadership and culture are linked to enterprise value helps them mitigate risk and drive value in preparation for sale. For buyers, leadership and culture play a critical role in ensuring a smooth post-transaction integration.
Leverage real-life examples to learn why the evaluation of leadership and culture matter leading up to a transaction.
Understand what a pre-transaction leadership and cultural assessment looks like.
Learn how addressing these types of risks can drive value for sellers and buyers.
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