A tightening of funding, new owners, changes in technology, pressure on performance or a struggling business model are all very different scenarios but they often lead to the same conclusion: the need for restructuring.
Rapid and significant improvements in business performance are elusive. Restructuring can easily go wrong or fail to achieve the results hoped for at the outset. This book, published by management consultancy Collinson Grant, contains many tips on how to avoid the common pitfalls.
It has been written from the point of view of an agent of change who wants to lead a turnaround in profitability. Examining in detail the commercial and managerial skills needed, the text provides a stage-by-stage blueprint covering diagnosis, planning and implementation, illustrated by numerous diagrams.
Written by Collinson Grant's consultants, it draws on their experience of restructuring large businesses in Europe, the USA and worldwide, including projects to integrate acquisitions or merge operations, change the organisational structure, reduce costs, improve profit, and manage transition.
Find out more at www.collinsongrant.com or get a hard copy of this book by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org