Our experts explain why investing properly in hiring may be the biggest challenge for companies experiencing accelerated growth.
If your organization is focused on a sale or going public, the path to achieving long-term, sustainable value is paved with any number of challenges.
Rapid growth calls for careful planning and prioritization—and sometimes it means putting non-revenue-generating projects on the back burner. What are the top five considerations early-stage growth companies cannot afford to overlook?
We've said it before: Preparing for an IPO is not just an accounting effort. Some of the biggest IPO readiness milestones occur across other arms of the business.
Does your organization have what it takes to drive accelerated growth? Before IPO preparation can begin, ask yourself these five key questions.
The IPO process doesn't end when you ring the bell. It is equally important to establish lasting capabilities that will drive future performance.
Today's IPO readiness includes broader capabilities gained through a combination of process improvement and technology optimization.
So you’re ready for an IPO. But do you have the correct team in place to get it done right? No two teams are alike, but for most IPO readiness efforts, three key skill sets are essential.
Every IPO involves a cast of the usual suspects: the board of directors, corporate leadership, auditors, SEC counsel, underwriter counsel, investors, and analysts. But is someone missing from the table?
Before going public, a company must first assess the people, processes, and technology that are necessary as part of its IPO readiness process.