Growth Igniters Radio | Game-Changing Ideas for Visionary Execs on Leadership, Innovation and Growth
About This Show
Join internationally known business performance expert and author, Pamela S. (“Pam”) Harper, Founding Partner and CEO of Business Advancement Inc., and her business partner/husband D. Scott (“Scott”) Harper, an internationally known innovation expert, for thought-provoking conversations with visionary leaders who are transforming the face of business. Each week, a new show focuses on sparking fresh insights, inspiration, and immediately useful ideas to take you and your organization to new heights of success in this rapidly changing world.
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Creating New Value Through Remix Strategy [Episode 91]
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How can you best shape the success of your relationships with external business partners?
Find out by downloading and listening- on-the-go to Episode 91, as we speak with Ben Gomes-Casseres, author of the book Remix Strategy: The Three Laws of Business Combinations (Harvard Business Review Press). He is an expert on business combinations, who has been studying, teaching, and consulting on the strategy of business combinations for thirty years. He is a Professor at the International Business School, Brandeis University. (Read more about Ben below).
You’ll gain insights on:
* Why relationships such as alliances, partnerships, acquisitions, mergers, and joint ventures are increasingly part of the core strategy in most businesses
* How three laws shape the success of any business combination
* Immediately useful ideas for applying these laws to improve your company’s business combinations
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About Ben Gomes-Casseres
Ben Gomes-Casseres has been studying, teaching, and consulting on the strategy of business combinations for thirty years. His newest book is Remix Strategy: The Three Laws of Business Combinations (Harvard Business Review Press, 2015). Ben is a professor at the International Business School, Brandeis University (since 1995) and previously was a professor at Harvard Business School (1985-1995). Prior to that, he was an economist at the World Bank.
Ben has published five books and many academic and managerial articles. Ben speaks for and consults widely with companies seeking to create value from external resources and to i