The Business World is Transforming
  • By 2025 the worth of the Internet of Things will be $6.2 trillion.
  • The sharing economy will reach $330 billion by 2025.
  • For people starting their education, 65% will enter the workforce into jobs that don’t exist today.
  • The average tenure on the S&P 500 is dropping. Only 25% of the companies in 2012 will remain by 2023.
  • Automation and robotic usage will grow 2,000% from 2015-2030 amounting to $190 Billion market.
  • 86% of global CEO’s are championing digital transformation of their companies.
  • By 2025, half of world’s companies with revenues exceeding $1 billion will be headquartered in today’s emerging markets.
  • By 2018, the data created by the Internet of Things will reach 403 zettabytes a year.
  • By 2030 the population will be over 8 billion people and 50% of Global GDP growth will come 440 cities in emerging markets.
  • By 2030 more than 30% of workforce will be older than 55 in developed countries.

Mergers & Acquisitions: Accelerating Successful Integration

06/26/2017, , in Change Management, HCM, Human Capital, M&A

Mergers & Acquisitions: Accelerating Successful Integration

On Tuesday, June 6, 2017, MSSBTI hosted the first of many forums on Business Transformation topics. This forum discussed the topic of Mergers & Acquisitions: Accelerating Successful Integration. The expert panel included executives and business transformation advisors from around the country.

Our team of expert panelists was selected based on their wide experience in mergers and acquisitions (M&A) integrations. The forum also attracted executives from Arizona companies. “Our audience participants are equally as qualified in this topic as the panelists,” said David Lee, Executive Director of the MSS Business Transformation Institute. “It makes for very in-depth and interesting discussions.”

The expert panelists and forum attendees provided insight into their experiences from hundreds of M&A integration projects ranging from Fortune 500 to and Global 2000 companies to mid-level and Private Equity turnarounds. The attendees included several CFO’s, board members, not-for-profit Executive Directors, Educators and Regional VP’s.