5 Burst results for "Horgan Ization"
"horgan ization" Discussed on M&A Science
"And white. There are a variety of easy and think about. I actually just had a person choir. Because they're looking for some help on expanding their corporate team. It's interesting because you have some like a lot of the consolidation strategies. Were there could be single person. That essentially is the crypto fortune. And then they're using internal resources the managed the of acquisitions but then you start seeing larger groups depending on the strategies. The size of those deals tau would you breakdown responsibilities because there's the financial piece where obviously a lot of modeling and things of that sort going on. Then there's this coordination piece between those different operational functions that you mentioned and then there's this sort of sourcing piece of a component hunting around and then there's that strategy part of it that covered it all or is there other things that i'm sure we can add a phaser tale. He wanted so from deal. Sourcing all the way to managing synergies at the back and you can put any middle points that you want between that whole full cycle journey all of those reside within corporate development but i would also say this. It really depends organizationally. There are many organizations. That are operationally focused. They may not have a skill set that requires financial analysis as a requirement. Also organizations have different strategies on how they prospect many organizations utilize investment banks. Their souls worse. And that's not a bad thing. It's not a good thing. It's just how they've chosen to execute on deal prospecting. That gives you an avenue of deal to really. You've taken a deal prospecting. And all that off the table and all you're doing is essentially due diligence to meet your specific requirements and integration. Eventually it all depends if you're a larger building a portfolio and consolidating platform. What you need is maybe for five analysts and you need so uncoordinated amongst all right. Maybe you are a corporate strategic. And you're looking to make maybe one or two acquisitions and you wanna do that in a very meaningful thoughtful way and you might have one or two people that are working on that activity that are very much aligned to the corporate strategy and the cfo group in at that executive level right at the table with everybody else. It varies quite a bit organization organization. It's yeah it totally does. And it really is one of those things driven from the top down unless you have the engagement of the very top executives in executing an inorganic wrote strategy. It becomes an untenable situation z. Really got to have that engagement but level accountability and then execute always find it interesting when you look executive level and there you on building a corporate development function. I feel like that varies quite a bit as well. I don't see there's any sort of formal route or standardization or playbook on out to build your corporate function. i've seen organizations gravitate towards former investment bankers. That's a route that an organization can take you also have the route of for management consultants. I've seen a lot of different strategies than i think any and all of them can work. It really needs to be an individual that is engaged and in the line of sight of the executive leadership and is executing so that it ties back into strategy of the horgan ization corporate events all having expensive responsibilities. And there's no authority to enforce any of it. How do you create accountability across the function. I think it goes back to the top down. That was one of my favorite sayings. Sure either responsible to do everything authority to do nothing because you can have this matrix reporting structure or anything like that. You're basically influencing speaking to large corporate initiatives where you need individuals who have other full-time jobs to participate and help you execute. You really have to have the perspective there. I'm hearing naval all the functions to execute on growth strategies. To how can i help you see almost have to become a servant to those funk sheltie members and say really i'm here to execute on that and our price growth strategy not just one functions that how can i naval you to be more effective in. How do i help you grow. What are the pathways. One can take to obtain a corporate avila role. Investment banking is always a good one management consulting. Can be a good one. If you've had some sort of advising experience as it relates to acquisitions. I always feel like some of the best experiences are when you're in a small mid sized organization you're tasked with. Hey can you go buy something that fits our strategy. That's the assignment you want. That's what you want to do because that's going to allow you to understand from the innards out as to why a deal is done how is it. How do you execute thanking a management consulting. Pretty obvious i come across a good amount of people that come from a business unit somewhere and maybe they got involved in some part of a deal got exposed to it and found it intriguing. They wanna move or get further along into working with that as their main roll out. Does that unfold. The cliche thing. Is you get a banker. They've got a lot of financial modeling skills. But then the day when you look at your life cycle all the value creation opportunities which you do and execute post close or just a whole different thinking doing skill set. That's actually not even close remotely created in investment banking firm. I like to use. Collaboration is highly required to be able to do that. So there's that where it looks. Good on say but there's obviously we talked about the people skills. Were that person coming from the business unit. They know the company they understand where the pieces lie. They understand what different functions are. Who's running where would reach out to. I'm just curious your thoughts because as corp de function evolves and. You're looking at different people in obvious. One you defaulted to is banking amazement consulting. Some of these golden resources are right there. Blerta's now you're absolutely right. Does golden resources come from operations. I would go for operations. People that have done a rotation around your finance function that have had some sort of a rotational functionality or a role on a strategy team so it really needs to be that experience. Having functional experience is also critical so you almost have to become this strategy generalist and it could be any size organization. But how you do that. Is you take on assignments that may not be part and parcel of the current role that you may be playing. So if you're an hr and you're working on a project and you take on something. That's a little bit more additive. You gotta put more time and effort and work into it. That's the kind of stuff gets you the visibility that you need and it gets you injured sobbing interesting problems and really. That's what you wanna be thinking about. How do you participate in activities. How do you become the person that is involved in problem solving. And in seeking projects that allow you to be more creative that allow you to show other aspects of your skill sets that you may not have had the ability to show in what you're doing a lot of people work in process skill sets so it's a functional activity. You're working in process day in day out. You know what's going to happen the next day. Corporate development is very much project focus. So you have an initial beginning and then you have an end and there are peaks in there are lows in other peaks and lows and you have to have a personality that can manage. That is as shape or form. i find. it's really. I think a lot of people find it's really but the most important thing is to have that variety of experience that you can.
"horgan ization" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Our conversations with Stephen hill global head of innovation at KPMG. So Steve one of the things that I'm interested in hearing your thoughts on is. How do you create core? Capability around innovation inside Horgan's ization. Right. You know, it's you know, you and I've seen it. We were talking about it. Right. Innovation is a word has turned into buzzword. Bingo. Right. And it's very fleeting almost gets tied to the individuals. You know, who's leading it. But soon as they're gone, it's Cohen versus really creating it as as a sustainable part of an organization in you. You work with a variety of companies of all different sizes and different industries. And how do you make this thing of innovation? How do you really make it part of and sustainable for an organization and industry or Konami? Yeah. So. I I'm with you. I don't really like the charm innovation. What happens very quickly when you start to use that word is people start to think about ping pong tables earth falls. Right. I mean, that's not what innovation is innovation and die opinion is really to be perceived by lear- Shabazz, turning ideas into cash, right? And and future in your company me at the end of the day with the dynamics that are in our markets today with the speed of change, whether it's technological or social technology. You know, social changes economic changes are political changes. You've got to have vehicle in place. That is committed to understanding how the status quo needs to change as you have built over the years and years of capabilities and people that are operating the business, right? And we in most of our organizations are built today around operating ability very little of it has been spent. Really learning at Bill muscle in corporate structure to question. The status quo did actually change the status quo, and we didn't work last year with a group called innovation leader. To do some survey work, we surveyed, hundreds of of large organizations globally around the notion of how they're bringing innovation to bear. In what they saw the challenges were and they had four first you all. And I think this is by far the biggest issue. Seventy three percent of the respondents said the biggest impediment them with leadership engagement in support of innovation. So but doesn't start at the top the CEO and you being one of them understands us if the CEO doesn't say this is important to our future. It's gonna fall flat out of the shoot. Over half thought that politics are you know, turf wars between PNL's and in different departments were the next biggest innovation barrier. A little under house said culture, which I'll get to second was a big barrier. And then he went on to say, you know, the inability to act on signals the seconds of the last budget. There was no good. And then lastly, lack of vision or strategy in all these things are very very important. I think chance your question you've gotta have one leadership engagement. I think to get that done you need the parents what we talked about before around how important data in a are becoming in productivity ending competitive. This is your impetus because the status quo isn't designed take on the responsibilities to build those buildings. In fact, when you look at the marketplace round, a I today what you see is the suppliers take you all the skills in the marketplace, right and Moen a lot of the data to to drive learning and scale, you don't see much of that avail for this for the consumers of AI, which are everybody else other than the tech industry that is a big issue. And so I think, you know, the imperative for innovation has never been stronger as we hit this precipice. Of those that are going to really jump on productivity curves and get much larger because of that can be so much more productive than seen intelligence, human intelligence and data correlations. I can really satisfy customer behaviors in ways that you could never have done before like the Amazon if you will term innovations gonna be your parents. So you gotta get that in place number one. If that doesn't happen really you're wasting your time doing everything else. But once you have that you gotta start to build real ability around. How do you look at the marketplace? How you build sensory capability. How does that turn into real budgeted investments that by the way, the business has only investments link between the business and the group of people who are doing in? Beijing has to be tight and clear you black boxes you're dead meat. You will never scale in your business. Things are black box. In fact, it's quite interesting. Because here, you know, people ask me about my. Not one regret when I built up the innovation program office that HP. My biggest regret was having the word innovation in the name of the team. And in fact here at cable labs, we have taken the word innovation out of job titles. And we've taken the word innovation out of eighteen names innovations capability, it's not it's not a box on the org chart. It's not a team name is soon as you do that. You've just hampered that team because everybody in the outside look at them. I don't need to do anything. It's their responsibility. Yeah. And they're common fallacy is we have a strategy therefore, my investment portfolio for the next three or four years. Wrong right at the end of the day. You've got to have a systematic not episodic view of your investment portfolio in how agile you need to be as no relation to take on the challenges of point for century. So there's a lot of important things to do connect that scale right to your engine. That says I can prove that those investments actually were really good. In fact, I find that when you really try to some of these new things you can show they're far more beneficial from our turn on investments point that a lot of what I will call incremental sort of status coal improvement on the margin. Investments that you might make a business unfor- particularly things like time from business models. New ventures that are driving significant birth brand. New channels me here's a lot of things here that have to be done with discipline. At. You know, get the leadership engagement, you've gotta work on culture. Everyone to your point Phil, right? Although the were innovations and bad word, if you have a strong CEO people will call last to it. And if they think that they had a piece of that game. If they eventually yo says everybody has some responsibility here, and I want all of us to be innovative. And I want our culture to be innovative wants to be seen by our clients. By our customers is innovative. I think you'd change the actor you change the dialogue and the merediths by in a positive way one hundred percent agree. And in fact, when I my vice when I coach CEO's and that that are trying to establish their innovation capabilities. Is you have to think about the fact that when you walk through their front door year onstage, the entire organization will take their lead from how the CEO acts talked. It isn't about just mouthing the words and sending out on my mom wants a month listing projects you have to live it.
"horgan ization" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Well, he has a pretty giant business, you know, and his and he does a lot of charity work and like the job of being Magic Johnson is its own job. Danny Ainge doesn't also. Oh, have a business and he's competing, unfortunately, competing against I look at the Celtics. You got Danny Ainge megs Aaron in Austin age, Dave Lou, and they have that Horgan ization that's in place, really strong, infrastructure and all those guys were a card. You look at the clippers who went from, you know, bomb comes in. And thanks, doc. Can just be the GM and the coach of the same time is no idea what he's doing his openly admitted this after the fact, and then and within a few years now, you have a real organization and you have Lawrence Frank. If doctors coaching the team, you have Jerry West Z adviser, and all the other people they brought in and now that team knows what they're doing and yet over and over again, some of these franchises think they can do it the old way. We did it in like the seventies and eighties where it's like, I'll just get Magic Johnson and hill run the team in. It's like you can't do that anymore. This is too hard of a job and the people you're competing. It's too good. At it. You know, why is it always though like the? Keeping. But do this like the Knicks and Phil Jackson and the Lakers and Magic Johnson teams with like unlimited resources who can write blank checks to wherever they wanna write checks to. They don't have the foresight to know. That's not the way to go about their business. And and really if you're Jeanie Buss like once your head stop spinning, and you answer like your nine thousand text messages about this subject. Now is this not like manna from heaven like you gave the job to the guy. Everybody loved the magic, John he proved over two plus years that he really wasn't up for the jump. Yeah. Now, you can go out and do what you should have done to begin with which is used that checkbook to offer the job to best GM out there. Now, I don't know if those top guys take the job, but I think there's going to be a lot of interest in it from a lot of people that you might not expect right away. And if people Lakers your work like three plus billion, you've got a TV deal the page one hundred and eighty million dollars a year. You've got. The staple center, which is prince money during your.
"horgan ization" Discussed on KTOK
"Prevent them from going on TV and radio. Why don't people boycott care and have the IRS take another look at this Horgan ization? It's funding. It's activities. Why don't TV stations TV networks radio stations radio network? Stand up to these bullies. Rather than? Ben to them. They're legitimate organizations in this country, the represent all kinds of ethnic groups and religious groups including Muslims. This is my view is not one of them. And it has a big role in the democrat party. It had a big role in the government of Barack Obama. Now, it has a big role in attacking conservatives and Republicans and attacking people who don't bow to its demands. And it's a gender. Was founded in Philadelphia in the mid nineteen hundreds excuse me, nine hundred ninety s as we discussed in my view. It's a front group. Justice media matters is a front group for the left and the democrat. I'll be right back. Mm-hmm. As the world changes by the minute. Your news should be up to the second delay because time can run out quickly. So we bring it at the top and thirty minutes past the hour. And would it breaks like clockwork news that you're breaking right now is new today on air online and on your smartphone? Or we need to do is not just here. What is being said? We have to listen NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. Bad credit? No credit. Don't sweat it. You could be driving a big red kiosks seven-day credit off proven big red Kia in Norman, partnered with the most forgiving lenders in America. So you could be approved in minutes in two thousand nineteen big red Kia forte lease just ninety nine dollars per month. Yes. Ninety nine dollars per month for a new car, plus big right Kia needs used cars and trucks. So we'll help terminate your current lease or low enough to years, even if you're your credit, no credit destructs, bankruptcy, seven day, credit pro. You could he approved in minutes. Red. For over forty years. Thirty five zero five three six four forty four hundred four favourites sports dot com. Several available at advertise special four month lease thirty nine hundred due at signing, no security deposit, balance on trade finance. They knew loans subject to lender approval expires month end. You don't.
"horgan ization" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Talking to mayor Fisher at around eight fifteen passport. In hindsight. Is that a good idea to find? A building project. Whose existence is always at the whims of being federally funded and state by bunny and all the machinations of how that could change as we seem with the state government. Now, I mean. Wondered from the Geico like, oh, this is not Amazon coming down here. You know, I've always kind of wondered about that move. But we'll talk to the mayor about that. And obviously the tax coming. Jason went down at as you know, he's decided to become a cowboy again Peyton Manning is not going to take the job Albert him six and a half million dollars. And he's apparently doing those commercials is the insurance commercials are Larry, oh, the one with the I don't I'm drawing a blank page as Lee thank those laws. You guys didn't from whites. You know, come on. Those are hilarious. He just needs to stay. The course of those because I think he does it for nationwide. Member to nationwide that keeps my interest that keeps me in front of the TV. I'm not gonna by nationwide insurance commercial like your that keeps me in front of the TV. Did you know that Tony Romo is entering the final year of his contract with CBS that dude's getting paid? Yeah. He's going to renew incubate reports say it likely he'll sign an extension, of course, both FOX and ESPN could try to hire him away. But they're smart. They're going to go all madman Romo. Well, it's anybody could hire them away the right because you look at when you look at the NFL ratings, and I think it'd correct me if I'm wrong here. It looks like it's gone NBC killed it this year CBS killed this year. And FOX's falling behind FOX is going to need to make a change at some point. Yeah. It's the the Romo thing worked because it he brings excitement to the booth because Jim watching paint dry Nance is really a comeback or the wind is a he's a golf guys. He's great at golf. I'm not gonna take that away from him. But you know, we've all ingrained in our heyday judge down day. Deidra, Jim Nance is the masters, and you know. I mean, the masters and the NFL apples and oranges. It's right, right. He tries to do this. This fake old man excitement. It's just not working. It's. He can do. College guy has great excitement in his voice. He has excitement when they're maybe. Maybe maybe just in my head that I've got it where I see Jim Nance. I don't go there. Tiger Woods should be out there. Putting on the back nine. Kurt Warner was said to be the runner up to win a year ago. That'd be okay. Wouldn't he's with an NFL. Now. He works. Let's just get Michael Irvin rights. That's what I mean burger could go by by get get Michael. But that works let's flick bugger that group that group on NFL network works. You got mooch. You got is in you got Irving that group works, which is also. Yeah. And who's who is the like coach Dungy does it with? And I want to say who's the cat. He's the former patriot on NBC on their show. They did with Rico. I know you're Tom Bruschi. No, no. No, no. So that cruiser, it'd be a bad hire Tedy Bruschi. I mean, he he breaks down football pre SPN very well. I mean, there's lots of people that I never got Jason Witten. That was weird. I don't know. But right now NBC rules, the roost when it comes to I guess prime-time evening. Football says nobody touched NBC right now. Staying with sports and one of Scott's favorites the LA Lakers have had the season fans they'd been hoping for its Rodney Harrison, by the way, they're playing. Thank you. Good job Willie under five hundred. Ball Vegas has now dropped into a minus nine hundred money line. It's nine hundred dollar bet to win one hundred Tam Patrick was started. Dan, Patrick had Reggie Miller yesterday talking about the Lakers, and what an absolute dumpster fire that that Horgan ization has become your boy, snoop Dogg is not happy. Oh, Mr. dog is perturbed. He went on a profanity laced rant about their loss. On Twitter has even offered up his luxury box to a select fan. That's willing to pay five dollars for the privilege, snoop Dogg's give luxury five tickets. What was that? They were. Well, it was interesting. Reggie Miller data Reggie Miller made a great point yesterday. And he said the whole Anthony Davis thing, they should have just kept kept their mouth shut the whole thing, and it would have worked. And he said the whole league is just right now is at a crossroads. Because now you've got younger guys. Call wait a minute. What am I doing here? My on the block, I didn't LeBron kind of screw that deal up there. There are a lot of things. But right now, the Lakers is I remember this was just I was living in southern California probably about ninety seven. And I mean the Lakers own all of southern California. I'm talking about everything over the dodgers over any college team. You had their the Lakers owned that entire area. And now, they're just it's just a dumpster fire. LA.