When should you start thinking about implementing a board into the management of your business? Could the introduction of a board into your management team make your business more attractive for sale? In this episode we ask Michael McGrath from Oasis M&A to help us drill into how the creation of a formal board can become a game changer for managing, or even selling a business, and a clever way to find new opportunities for growth by drawing on the skills (and mistakes!) of people who have been done it before.
- Are there signs to look for to know if it’s a good time to start thinking about selling your business?
- Managing risk vs creating value: the two factors driving business and how to balance these
- How the introduction of a management board can benefit your business – in more ways than one
- How to put a board in place for the first time
- The Benefit of a Board: A case study in success
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