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Use the Recession to Trigger Rejuvenation: Develop a Strategy to Revitalize your Company

by Denise A. Harrison, Vice President Rejuvenation linked with recession?  How can that be?  It certainly causes pain – but where does this rejuvenation come from?  During the 17th century Dutch economy collapsed – the tulip bubble burst – this was when a tulip bulb could cost as much as a house.  But rather than […]

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Internal Communications for Effective Strategic Implementation

by M. Dana Baldwin One oft-forgotten practice which should be considered even more important during this turbulent time is communications within your company. As you might consider once you reflect on the situation within your company, people are concerned about their futures, the future of the company and generally how things are going. There are […]

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Screening Acquisition Targets – Part II

  By Robert W. Bradford, CEO of the Center for Simplified Strategic Planning, Inc.  Once you have identified your reasons for making an acquisition and the specific enhancements you are seeking to your strategic competencies, your first stage of acquisition screening involves creating a list of potential acquisition targets. At this point, we don’t need to […]

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Screening Acquisition Targets

    By Robert W. Bradford, CEO of the Center for Simplified Strategic Planning, Inc.               Many of our clients have found themselves considering acquisitions in this time of uncertainty. In this coming series of articles, we will discuss the process of acquisition screening and give you some tools to […]

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