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Blog Posts by Paul Dippell
Chief Executive Officer, Service Leadership
Paul Dippell is CEO of Service Leadership, Inc., a leading global consultancy to solution providers, industry consultants, and IT vendors, and publisher of the Service Leadership Index®, the foremost worldwide channel partner benchmark. Prior, at USBX Advisory Services, Paul established its IT M&A practice. At All Covered, Inc., a large SMB IT managed service provider, he led M&A and integration. He then founded a mid-market IT services firm with two private equity raises. At Xerox, Paul was V.P. of Managed Services, serving F500 customers worldwide. Before that, at CompuCom, he was V.P. of Enterprise IT Operations Consulting for a $2BB IT solution provider. Paul is a highly rated speaker at solution provider industry events worldwide.
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Transform your business by asking two simple, but powerful questions
As a business leader, there are two questions you should be asking yourself every day. Read on to find out what those questions are and to get insights into how your peers are performing.
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Avoiding the most common M&A failure points: Part 2
In Part 2 of Avoiding the Most Common Merger and Acquisition Failure Points, we’ll discuss certain potential mismatches that can occur, how to spot them in advance, and what to do when you do spot them.
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Avoiding the most common M&A failure points: Part 1
CEOs tend to share a personality trait. They like to pursue and close deals—whether it’s winning a new customer, buying a company, or selling their own company. Unlike winning most new customers, selling their company or buying a company is a “bet the farm” proposition (literally, in the case of selling.) And, unlike winning new customers, most CEOs have little experience buying or selling companies.