Agenda 

Guiding Principles
End States
Priorities
Non-Negotiables
Risks
 

Guiding Principles

Fundamental truth, belief, or behavior that serves as the foundation for decision-making

Description of Principles

  1. Break through conservatism, drive early sales engagement and R&D work
  2. Solve and elevate major issues promptly
  3. Warmly welcome, collaborate with and "re-recruit" (ongoing) our new colleagues
  4. Inform (head), inspire (heart) and equip (hands) - including salespeople in each region
  5. Value drivers are top priority
  6. This shouldn't be over-engineered; focus on what's most important
  7. Roles and responsibilities are visible and understood, as is progress (vs targets)
  8. Stakeholders will engage (or be engaged) at a consistent and appropriately frequent pace
  9. Monitor progress on agreed KPIs
  10. Recognize this as a "first" and learn from missteps ...

 


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Steering Committee M&A Integration Initial Decisions

Agenda

Guiding Principles

End State

Priorities

Non-Negotiables

Risks