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The Leadership Premium: How companies win the confidence of investors
Market perceptions of leaders move share prices and The Leadership Premium reveals just how much. The report puts a hard metric on the “intangible asset” of leadership, revealing that, in some sectors, good leaders can account for more than one-fifth of equity value. The report also details the core capabilities analysts look for and how they “test” the quality of leadership.
Strategic acquisitions amid business uncertainty
This survey reveals potentially troublesome issues companies could face during M&A transactions and what can be done to ensure that strategic acquisitions are truly strategic.
Avoiding M&A disconnect
Learn how companies can avoid a disconnect between the strategy that justified making an acquisition and what actually happens when the deal is done.
The overconfidence trap
The reality is often far more nuanced than the conventional wisdom on mergers and acquisitions. And being almost right about expectations and priorities isn’t enough.
Why finance transformation matters in global manufacturing
While there is rarely one recipe for successful business improvement, this report finds that finance is an indispensable ingredient.
The Innovator's Solution
This groundbreaking book by Clayton Christensen and Michael Raynor reveals that innovation is not as unpredictable as most managers have come to believe. By understanding and managing the forces that influence the process by which innovations are packaged and shaped, companies can shape high-octane business plans that create truly disruptive growth.
Sustainable growth: An updated analysis of growth potential across U.S. industries
This follow-up look at sustainable growth finds that companies who miss opportunities to grow may be doing their shareholders a grave disservice.