Do Not Copy Paste Processes In A Carve-Out – eight

Do Not Copy Paste Processes In A Carve-Out “Split the company, duplicate the processes and be done with it” is a mantra heard often in the deal context. This saves time and money – why change proven processes? But just like cutting a cake, the original plate does not fit either of the newly derived Weiterlesen …

In A Carve-Out, Assets Do Not Have To Be Duplicated – seven

In A Carve-Out, Assets Do Not Have To Be Duplicated  Splitting up assets in a Carve-out can be a nightmare, especially when not only administrative buildings, but also production assets are in scope. Is a physical separation and duplication always necessary though?

IT Separation Has To Does Not Have To Be Ready At Closing – six

IT Separation Has To Does Not Have To Be Ready At Closing  As the most complex operative part of Carve-outs nowadays, the IT part usually dictates the rhythm and timing of the project. The problem is, that it can take 24 months or more to fully separate an interconnected IT landscape.   .

Carve-Outs Do Require Strategic Thinking & Acting – four

Carve-Outs Do Require Strategic Thinking & Acting When you take a look how large, international consultancies are structured, you will find that often times, they distinguish between the strategic and the operative part of Carve-outs. Sometimes, these parts are performed by separate teams. This is based on the understanding that Carve-outs are mostly a matter of Weiterlesen …

Employees Should Love Carve-Outs – three

Employees Should Love Carve-Outs Carve-outs have a bad reputation among employees, playing into the fears of degradation, loss of corporate identity and in the worst case, the job itself. Despite its perceived unpleasantness, change often brings chances for personal development, to take on new responsibilities, climb up the corporate ladder and form a new company.

Carve-Outs Don’t Have To Cause Dyssynergies – two

Carve-Outs Don’t Have To Cause Dyssynergies “Never change a working system” certainly is one of the oldest phrases in consulting. In the context of Carve-outs, this statement is directly linked to potential dyssynergies created by splitting up a business. While everybody is focused on keeping costs low, chances for simplification and value creation are often Weiterlesen …

8 NEW VIEWS ON CARVE OUTS – one

The Future Of A Carve-Out Entity Does Matter To The Seller After a carve-out, the first reaction of the remainco is often to go back to business as usual and discard any thought of the newco. However, given the state of our highly interconnected world, it has never been more dangerous to burn bridges. Dependencies concerning Weiterlesen …

ESG and Business Operations

 The recently concluded COP26 summit has put climate change and environmental considerations – the ‘E’ of ESG  – at the top of the regulatory and business agenda. Key themes agreed as part of the COP26 agreement include ending deforestation, reducing methane emissions, mobilising the sustainable finance sector and achieving net-zero goals. While it is the governments that Weiterlesen …

Eight Advisory Branchenreport « European hospitality industry amidst the pandemic » herunterladen.

Danke, dass Sie sich für den Eight Advisory Branchenreport « European hospitality industry amidst the pandemic » interessieren. Darin hat Eight Advisory aktuelle Studien für Sie zusammengefasst, die eine Aussage über den Zustand der europäischen Hotel-Branche erlauben. Demzufolge hat die Pandemie die Branche stark strapaziert; der Report sieht aber dennoch Hoffnung für Betreiber und Investoren gleichermaßen, denn Weiterlesen …