“Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.”
― John F. Kennedy

 “Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.”
– Benjamin Franklin
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    Merger and Acquisition 101
    Learn the Merger and Acquisition Lifecycle: Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA), Letter of Intent (LOI), Definitive Agreement (DA), Close, Post Close
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    Merger and Acquisition Integration with Playbook
    Post-merger integration or PMI is a complex process of combining and rearranging businesses to materialize potential efficiencies and synergies that usually motivate mergers and acquisitions. The process of combining two or more organizations into a single organization involves several organizational systems, such as assets, people, resources, tasks, and the supporting information technology.
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    Lean Six Sigma
    Lean Six Sigma is a combination of two powerful process improvement methods: Lean and Six Sigma. Lean Six Sigma decreases your organization’s costs by: Removing “Waste” from a process. Waste is any activity within a process that isn’t required to manufacture a product or provide a service that is up to specification. Solving problems caused by a process. Problems are defects in a product or service that cost your organization money. Lean is popular for its methodical approach to streamlining both manufacturing and service processes by eliminating waste while continuing to deliver value to customers. Six Sigma is simply a method of efficiently solving a problem. Using Six Sigma reduces the amount of defective products manufactured or services provided, resulting in increased revenue and greater customer satisfaction.
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    Strategy, Business Plan, Operating Models
    An operating model is the operational design that makes it possible to deliver the business strategy. Operational design follows strategy, but the relationship also works the other way around, which means that ideas for operating model improvements can lead to changes in business strategy.
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    , Change Management
    PROSCI: Prosci's model of individual change is called the Prosci ADKAR Model, an acronym for awareness, desire, knowledge, ability and reinforcement®. The Change Curve: The Change Curve is a popular and powerful model used to understand the stages of personal transition and organizational change. It helps you predict how people will react to change, so that you can help them make their own personal transitions, and make sure that they have the help and support they need.
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    Organization Effectiveness, Competing Values
    The Competing Values Framework was developed initially from research conducted by University of Michigan faculty members on the major indicators of effective organizational performance. It has been found to be an extremely useful model for organizing and understanding a wide variety of organizational and individual phenomena, including theories of organizational effectiveness, leadership competencies, organizational culture, organizational design, stages of life cycle development, organizational quality, leadership roles, financial strategy, information processing, and brain functioning.
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    Negotiation for Women
    Men tend to achieve better economic results in negotiation than women, negotiation research studies have found overall. Such gender differences are generally small, but evidence from the business world suggests that they can add up over time, and if you want to narrow the gender gap in negotiation, there are strategies you can employ.
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    Media Training 101
    Spokespeople always need to be prepared to speak strategically, knowledgeably and succinctly. Their messages must resonate with target audiences. With such crucial demands, skillful media training is important: spokesperson preparation, key messages, rules of engagement, effective delivery techniques, enhanced personal presence