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3 Steps for Cultural Alignment – The People Side of M&A - 24 November 2010

Finances and balance sheets are usually at the top of the M&A agenda. The people element, though, is often forgotten pre-deal and then, post-deal any considerations along these lines may be too late to be successful. Far from being forgotten before or during a merger (or botched post-deal) people should be considered right from the start... and at the top of that agenda. (read more)

What will your legacy be?-17 November 2010

When looking at the organisation you lead, what is it that you, as its leader, want to see? Do you really just want to watch ever growing market share and high profitability or is it more about seeing your own passion and values reflected back at you from every pore? With reputations increasingly under the global spotlight, modern CEOs must consider whether their leadership (and resulting legacy) is both authentic and enduring. If not, are you simply acting the part? Criticaleye asked its Community of Members what ‘Leader’s Legacy’ means to them. (read more)

What Makes a Great Private Equity Chairman? - 10 November 2010

A capable chairman is key to any thriving boardroom. Yet in a private equity (PE) backed business, the position requires more control and entrepreneurial flair than its public-listed counterpart. The guidance that a good PE chairman provides can serve to enrich the top team and steer the overall performance of the business. So what are the key ingredients needed for him or her to be a success? (read more)

Agile Growth in Uncertain Times - 3 November 2010

As 2011 fast approaches, concerns remain over the state of the global economy. Some economies (mostly the emerging and Asian markets) are seeing renewed growth, whereas the large Western economies are still struggling with the financial and social crises. All of this leads to much uncertainty. (read more)