Efficient, restructured, and re-engineered organizations may have been good enough to succeed in the 20th century but organizations that want to compete in the next century need to develop the leadership and innovation to change the marketplace.

John Kotter and Gary Hamel, Harvard Business School

PROBLEM SOLVING IS IN OUR DNA

We are veteran problem solvers; big problems, small problems and all problems in-between. How? By remaining focused on changes that make an impact to the organization. Real changes. Real accomplishments; here are a few:

MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS

  • 11 M&A transactions managed and executed:
    • $800 million in revenue Implementation
    • $817 million in capital budget management
    • 1200 employees managed—100,000 customers served

TURNAROUNDS AND CAPITAL RAISES

  • Turnaround and capital raise of $13.75MM for an historic Washington, DC non-profit resulting in a 319% increase in revenues over five years
  • Executive turnaround team member on two multi-billion-dollar financial institution restructures:
    • $1 Billion division restructure for, at that time, the largest financial institution in Maryland eliminated $25MM in losses
    • A $6 Billion commercial financial institution turnaround for a Tysons Corner, Virginia based financial institution
  • Led turnaround efforts for a regional family business that suffered massive losses and reduction of revenue over the past 7 years. An 18-month effort led to a 20% increase in revenues and the first profits in a decade.

Ines LeBow Interviewed on the Arnette Report

Ron Wills talks about GlobalCEO Solutions