A seemingly unrelated Delaware case from the world of corporate mergers reminded me of that sorry story, one that’s played out several times for clients over the past decade, one that never ends well for Dr. Quisling.
As we come out of the economic crisis resulting from the pandemic, use the opportunity to redesign your group to take advantage of OODA loop thinking.
In the real-world context of opportunistic action, “partnership” is a euphemism for “acquired” or “controlled.”
Ride along with Mark as he discusses a strategy that every medical group leader should be familiar with.
Collectively the Tenet controlled entities will pay $60.86 million to the United States, $5 million to the State of Oklahoma, and $206,000 to the State of Texas.
Use my concept of the Scenario Survey Process™ (read about it here) to develop potential future scenarios and then to devise a strategy that will help you not only survive, but even potentially thrive, in as many of those futures as possible.
You’re probably familiar, if not personally, then at least conceptually, with the notion of “F.U. money” – having enough money that you can simply walk away. That concept, whether you have the money or not, applies directly to your negotiation strategy.
Take a seat, and ride along with Mark as he discusses the scourge of busywork.
In the real world context of opportunistic action, “partnership” is a euphemism for “acquired” or "controlled."
Sure, hindsight is always 20/20 but sometimes the “smartest people in the room” can’t manage their way out of a paper bag. Watch some of the stupid business mistakes revealed in the declaration of Hygea’s President and CEO.