July 5, 2018 | by admin
I’m looking forward to speaking at the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) Event in San Francisco this fall, during which I plan to share the seven deadly sins of an M&A CEO. Learn about them below!
Are you considering a merger or acquisition for your business? How can you make sure your organization is set up for success? At the Securieon Group, we provide business consulting and management advisory for companies interested in transitioning in 3-5 years. Our outside-looking-in assessments and growth strategy plans help businesses prepare for M&As, so they have the revenue growth and competitive advantage to strike the best possible deal for their organization.
Still, our growth strategy plans aren’t successful if the company’s CEO isn’t on board. Here are seven deadly sins to watch out for in your organization.
As Winston Churchill said, “Success is stumbling from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiasm.” When it comes to building a viable growth strategy in preparation for an M&A, CEOs often experience failure. What’s important is how they learn from that failure and correct the problem. By avoiding the seven deadly sins above, and by following the 10 virtues below, they’re on their way to a successful merger or acquisition!