What Can You Do To Avoid Becoming Another Negative Statistic
Divorce rates vary according to country, educational levels and income, though generally hover between 40 percent and 50 percent in North America and Europe. A 2004 study by Bain & Company found that 70 percent of mergers failed to increase shareholder value. More recently, a 2007 study by Hay Group and the Sorbonne found that more than 90 percent of mergers in Europe fail to reach financial goals.
What can you do to avoid becoming another negative statistic?