Oftentimes, M&A is used as a strategy to expand business. But in fact, M&A is not a strategy. M&A is a tool that businesses can use to achieve their corporate strategy. In this course, learn how to formulate an M&A strategy with Matt Arsenault, VP of Corporate Development at Jamf.
Sharing the Strategy with the Broader Team
The CEO's Position
Creating the M&A Strategy
Steps to Creating a Scorecard
Balancing the Scorecard
Guardrails that Prevent Deal Fever
A Senior Strategic Executive with extensive high tech and manufacturing experience; known for thinking beyond the numbers, focused on execution, improving processes & leading change particularly around new product introductions and early stage market adoption.
Upon completion, members will receive a "How to Formulate an M&A Strategy" course badge.
The M&A Science Academy is an online-platform where you can access courses taught by M&A professionals. The courses cover a wide variety of M&A topics such as integration, divestitures, due diligence, management styles, and more.
The M&A Science Academy includes courses from M&A experts who are eager to share their stories, failures, and successes.
Our goal is to provide users with knowledge from industry practitioners that can be applied to their own practices.
A subscription includes access to all M&A Science courses, downloadable PDFs, webinars, and more. New content and courses will be added regularly.
All courses are available 24/7 on the M&A Science Thinkific page.
The M&A Science Academy courses were created to cover a range of topics based upon common M&A challenges. We are going to be adding new content regularly so feel free to explore new areas!
There is a monthly membership for $150/month, billed monthly or an annual membership for $120/month, billed annually (save 20%)
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