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Interim & Crisis Analytics-driven Management

The leadership analytics style needed for a distressed company is very different from that needed for a healthy firm. The focus for a healthy firm should be on achieving the firm’s objectives while the focus for a distressed company is recovery, timely action, and problem resolution. Senior management’s authority in a healthy firm is one of delegation, while in a crisis situation the executives need to get directly involved. And the decision-making skills of a healthy company executive are those based on analytical thinking and deliberateness, while a crisis calls for speed, decisiveness, and intuitiveness.

Clearly, a analytics-based turnaround unit could offer the best experience, an unparalleled commitment to action and solutions, and a unsurpassed track record of success serving as interim / crisis managers while providing analytics-driven knowledge for replacement staff. These services could be simple or complex and include:

  1. Interim / Acting CEO, CFO, COO, etc.
  2. Coaching Trustee Board Governance
  3. Chief Restructuring Officer
  4. Conflict & Crisis Management

Please review some of the literature related to these concentrations; 

  1. Performance Management: Integrating Strategy Execution, Methodologi...
  2. Applying Advanced Analytics to HR Management Decisions: Methods for...
  3. Business Analytics: A Practitioner's Guide (International Series in...
  4. Data Analysis and Decision Making

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Tags: Analytics, Crisis, Governance, Interim, Leadership, Management, Predictive


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