Mergers & Acquisitions
Maximise the value of your M&A
M&A processes are often complex and tend to be detached from corporate strategy and day-to-day operations. To maximise the value of M&A activities, these processes must be integrated.
Strategy is not complex. The best strategies are simple because of their insightful and clearly articulated choices about the future. But making choices and executing the strategy is hard.
The role of finance is changing. But aligning finance strategy with corporate cross-functional strategic initiatives can be a multifaceted challenge.
Excellent execution is one of the key paths to success in operational finance. But how can you achieve this if a lack of resources and competences is blocking the way?
Strategy as Transformation
There are those who hold that changes are linear, proceed through a number of well-defined phases and can therefore be managed, and those who maintain that changes are non-linear and chaotic, and accordingly can be influenced but not managed.
5 things we should consider when strategising
Albert Einstein couldn’t have put it better when he said: “Insanity is repeating the same mistakes and expecting different results.” At Implement, we have embarked on a journey to make strategy simpler, more engaging and more effective.
Deriving business value from cost allocation and portfolio management
If cost allocation drives procurement behaviour then a lack of cost allocation may lead to suboptimal demand. Effective control and execution of the cost allocation process pave the way for efficient demand management.