Providing Leadership During the Transition of a Merger, Acquisition, or Spin-Off

This has been one of the busiest business years in a long time for mergers, acquisitions, spin-offs, and other variations of the above such as the merger-inversion-for-tax reasons, and the merger-triple-spin-off move.  At Advantexe, where we provide organizations with the power of practice through the use of business simulation, we have conducted many different transformational learning engagements over the years that have focused on building the skills of leaders and contributors during the transition and process of merging, spinning off, or both.  Most of these learning engagements have included business and leadership simulation exercises to help develop and practice the skills needed to survive and then thrive after the process.  This blog shares some of the observations, insights, and data that we have gathered from these engagements to provide quick tips and thoughts if you are leading or participating in a merger, spin-off, or some combination.

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