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M&A: When Being in the Majority is Bad News
When you’re looking to grow, a merger or acquisition deal can be an attractive proposition. But the unfortunate truth is that most mergers and acquisitions fail—anywhere between 70% and 90%,...
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4 Myths About Freelance HR Consultants
Disrupting long-stable industries can be invigorating, but for many of those industries’ incumbent organizations, it’s also a sudden wake-up call. Businesses that are bigger and better-established...
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Top 3 Business Problems – Market Access
Having robust, nimble market access strategies is increasingly important in life sciences. It’s also increasingly challenging, with fast-changing markets, increased patient engagement, and global...
4 Tips for a Successful Merger Integration
Statistically speaking, most merger integrations fail—between 70% and 90%, according to McKinsey and Harvard Business Review. What’s worse, those numbers are consistent in study after study… and...
Top 3 Business Problems – Post-Merger Integration
Post-merger integration is risky even for the well-prepared. Today’s deals are more complex than ever, and their value is always threatened by turnover, missed targets, and misaligned priorities....
How to Select and Use the Right Metrics in Early-Stage M&A
In the data-intensive field of early-stage M&A work, it can be daunting to decide which metrics to focus on. It’s also crucial to your ability to assess opportunities and create plans that truly...
Top 3 Business Problems – Early-Stage M&A
Business Talent Group’s independent consultants can help at all stages of the M&A lifecycle, but one place where they excel is at the start of a deal—or before, as executives seek to validate...
Why Big Pharma Needs to Think Small
Over the past few years, the life science industry has witnessed unprecedented pharma M&A activity. Both 2015 and 2016 saw a wave of consolidation—driven largely by specialty pharma companies,...
Don’t Let Culture Kill Your Next Acquisition
Culture is key when it comes to completing a successful merger or acquisition. Culture integration has killed some of the biggest deals in history. And while it’s been recognized as an integral...
Post-Merger Integration HR Strategy
An acquisition swelled this F500 hospitality giant’s headcount by 50%. The organization was committed to its unique culture, but its HR team was struggling to efficiently integrate the new...
Navigating A Carve-Out Acquisition
A leading industrial company faced unchartered waters: for the first time, it was making a substantial “carve-out acquisition” from a competitor. The internal acquisition team had only handled...
Rethinking the Integration Workflow
The Integration team at an acquisitive networking company was looking to reduce its reliance on traditional consulting firms. Yet workflow was uneven, and the Corporate Strategy office did not...
Overseeing a Big Relocation