Larraine Segil is a renaissance woman. Wikipedia describes her as a South African-born entrepreneur, attorney, advisor, lecturer, author, board member and urban farmer. Here you will find lots of free valuable information on Alliances, Leadership, Cross Border Challenges and more. You will have access to Larraine's books, articles, videos, seminars and conferences on a variety of topics. Register for Larraine's FREE newsletter which will keep you on the cutting edge regarding business insights on alliances and other management topics as well as discussion forums for you to share your challenges with us and some of the thousands of executives who have participated in our alliance, strategy, leadership and cross cultural programs. All of this is available to you - Register Now! If you already registered, just log in below.
In her ‘spare time’ Larraine is also ROCKIN’ GRANDMA! Visit her Rockin' Grandma Music site.

Try Before You Buy

CFO Magazine
May 2006
Companies are using alliances to take the risk out of acquisitions.
By Don Durfee – http://www.cfo.com/article.cfm/6874899/5/c_6880743

What to ask when a large buyer comes knocking.

Read the rest of this entry

Alliances: How To Get Desired Outcomes

Alliances
represent low-risk growth opportunities

-if the partnering companies know how to manage the relationship effectively.
by Joanne Sammer

Read the rest of this entry

Directors Ditch Boardrooms for Company Trenches

Published: January 16, 2006
AGENDA

In an effort to thoroughly understand the business of the companies they serve, more directors are getting out of the boardroom and into the trenches. They’re developing relationships with employees, visiting regional offices and retail outlets, and touring company facilities, all in an attempt to comprehend the real-life context of their companies’ challenges.
Read the rest of this entry

By Larraine Segil
November 2005 Supply and Demand Chain

Companies that manage complex supply relationships as though they were partnerships reap mutual benefits instead of harmful competition for both parties. Here are the fundamentals of how you can get started, too.
Read the rest of this entry

The evolving saga of America’s CEOs

By Ron Scherer | Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor

At first blush, the Carly Fiorina story seems like that of a highly visible female CEO perceived to have failed. But her firing as head of Hewlett-Packard sheds some light on how business is changing, no matter what the gender of the person in the corner suite.
Read the rest of this entry

Measuring What Matters

Metrics Matter
By Larraine Segil
Financial Executives International, December 2004

It’s an unfortunate fact that 70 percent of alliances fail, yet, ‘going it
alone’ doesn’t make financial sense. Forging successful partnerships is critical
for giving companies a strategic advantage, and the way to ensure they work is
expressed in one word: METRICS.

Read the rest of this entry

Tying the Knot

American Executive
November 2004

Large companies say they’re looking to alliances to provide up to 70% of their growth. So why are we still so bad at business marriages?
Read the rest of this entry

Bloomberg Interview

Larraine Segil on Bloomberg March 2004

Read the rest of this entry

Fine-Tune That Alliance

Business Week

http://www.businessweek.com/smallbiz/content/feb2004/sb20040210_2316.htm
By Karen E. Klein in Los Angeles

A strategic partnership can make a lot of sense, but only after all parties agree on some basic rules and protocols
Read the rest of this entry

Doubly Blessed?

Integrating Hewlett-Packard and Compaq may have been the easy part. Can HP now beat Dell and IBM at their own game?
Roy Harris, CFO Magazine
September 01, 2003
Read the rest of this entry

 Page 8 of 10  « First  ... « 6  7  8  9  10 »