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    1. DHR International: Risks and Realities of Post-M&A Board Reorganisation

      DHR International:  Risks and Realities of Post-M&A Board Reorganisation

      M&A activity remains the number one method for rapid transformation of a corporate’s fortunes. With such dramatic change come the inevitable job losses. While much of the public and political focus is on larger-scale, more junior level job losses, C-suite positions are also at stake. The important question for those concerned is: to what extent do the combined boards of the two companies shrink after an M&A deal?

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    2. Chief Strategy Officer: The Changing Imperative

      Chief Strategy Officer:  The Changing Imperative

      An uptick in economic activity is an excellent time for organisations to assess their readiness for the growth ahead. As the Indian economy sprouts green shoots, the role of the Chief Strategy Officer (CSO) in companies is increasingly in the spotlight. (Often times, alternative designations like Chief Growth Officer or Head – Strategy & Business Development may also be used.) Those companies that have never had a formal CSO role have started to believe the time may be right for someone competent to guide the course of the ship, someone with a keen eye who would look ahead for potential opportunities and ...

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